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Custom Monitoring of Palo Alto with Perl and Cacti

August 30, 2014

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1. The Global Counters The Palo Alto Firewall has released an API, that has some (not all) commands to issue through external programmable interface. This API is based on XML and makes it possible to issue specific commands with that you can check just for example some states of the firewall. Through the API it […]

perl script to query cisco asa

September 17, 2013

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I wanted to issue show command on multiple firewalls without any expensive software. I have found a script here https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Q0TfyezOTCKZ7DF2kPBps_7LG80D3BJLrFDuOwBUZNI/edit?pli=1 This script is good and can be used as a base. I have changed it a bit. See the pic. I should not hide the codes in pic ;-) . It is here in the […]

Firewall topology within a second – V2.0

September 16, 2013

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There are time consuming jobs like creating a topology about the network of big companies, if they have an issue or some problem or it should be just dokumented as our ISO27001 Standard expects and it must be always up-to-date… I created a script that uses perl to build from the cisco asa firewall running […]

Analysing Cisco ASA connection table

September 16, 2013

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The “show connection all” command shows the actual session table of a Cisco ASA firewall. If the output is not more million entry you can create a top list from it with a perl script I made. (Actually you can work with an output of more million entry as well, but it may require more […]