The firewall audit service allows propagating firewall audit events to the Control Center for collection and analysis.
How to Configure Audit and Reporting
- Go to CONFIGURATION > Configuration Tree > Box > Infrastructure Services > General Firewall Configuration .
- In the left menu, select Audit and Reporting.
- Expand the Configuration Mode menu and select Switch to Advanced View.
- Click Lock.
Configure Statistics Policy
In the Statistics Policy section, configure the following settings:
- Generate Dashboard Information – To enable the firewall dashboard, select yes.
- Generate Monitor Information – To enable the firewall monitor, select yes.
- Maximum Storage Size – Enter the amount of megabytes [MB] for the maximum size of the storage.
- Statistics for Host Firewall – Enable if you want to create statistics for the Host Firewall.
Generate Protocol Statistics – Enable to create protocol- and P2P-specific statistics. These statistic can be seen using the event viewer under
- Use username if available – Enable if usernames should be used for statistics instead of IP addresses.
Configure Eventing Policy
In the Eventing Policy section, configure the following settings:
- Generate Events – To generate events, select yes.
Event Data – Click Show.../Edit... to enable or disable specific events:
- Rule Limit Exceeded – Triggers event 'FW Rule Connection Limit Exceeded'  when the allowed maximum number of connections for a rule has been exceeded.
- Source/Rule Limit Exceeded – Triggers event 'FW Rule Connection per Source Limit Exceeded'  when the allowed maximum number of connections/src for a rule has been exceeded.
- Accept Limit Exceeded – Triggers event 'FW Pending TCP Connection Limit Reached'  when the limit for 'Max Pending Accepts/Src' has been exceeded.
- Session/Src Limit Exceeded – Triggers event 'FW Global Connection per Source Limit Exceeded'  when the limit for either 'Max Local-In Sessions/Src' or 'Max. Forwarding Sessions/Src' has been exceeded.
- UDP Limit Exceeded – Triggers event 'FW UDP Connection Limit Exceeded'  when the limit for 'Max UDP (%)' has been exceeded.
- UDP/Src Limit Exceeded – Triggers event 'FW UDP Connection per Source Limit Exceeded'  when the limit for either 'Max Local-In UDP/Src' or 'Max. Forwarding UDP/Src' has been exceeded.
- Echo Limit Exceeded – Triggers event 'FW ICMP-ECHO Connection Limit Exceeded'  when the limit for either 'Max Echo (%)' has been exceeded.
- Echo/Src Limit Exceeded – Triggers event 'FW ICMP-ECHO Connection per Source Limit Exceeded'  when the limit for either 'Max Local-In Echo/Src' or 'Max. Forwarding Echo/Src' has been exceeded.
- Other Limit exceeded – Triggers event 'FW OTHER-IP Session Limit Exceeded'  when the limit for either 'Max Other (%)' has been exceeded.
- Other/SrcLimit exceeded – Triggers event 'FW OTHER-IP Connection per Source Limit Exceeded'  when the limit for either 'Max Local-In Other/Src' or 'Max. Forwarding Other/Src' has been exceeded.
- Large ICMP Packet – Triggers event 'FW Large ICMP Packet Dumped'  when the service object specific limit of 'Max Ping Size' has been exceeded.
- Oversized SYN Packet – Triggers event 'FW Oversized SYN Packet Dumped'  when an oversized SYN packet has been detected and dropped.
- Local Redirection – Triggers event 'FW Local Redirection Suppressed'  when the firewall redirects traffic to itself.
- Local Routing Loop – Triggers event 'FW Forwarding Loop Suppressed'  when the firewall detects a routing loop.
- Port Scan – Triggers event 'FW Port Scan Detected'  when the 'Port Scan Threshold' has been exceeded by a particular source.
- Flood Ping – Triggers event 'FW Flood Ping Protection Activated'  when the service object specific limit of 'Min Delay' has been violated.
- Pending Accepts Critical – Triggers event 'FW Activating Perimeter Defence (inbound mode)'  when limit for 'Inbound Threshold (%)' has been exceeded.
IP Spoofing – Triggers events 'FW IP Spoofing Attempt Detected'  or 'FW Potential IP Spoofing Attempt' . This only applies to firewall rules where 'Source/Reverse Interface' policies have been set to 'matching'.
Configure Log Policy
In the LogPolicy section, configure the following settings:
Application Control Logging – Select which Application Control data should be logged.
- No-Log-Entry – No information about applications will be logged.
- Log-Blocked-Applications – Blocked applications will be logged.
- Log-Allowed-Applications – Allowed applications will be logged.
Log-All-Applications – All applications will be logged.
Notifications for application ruleset blocks which were logged with type "Detect" and only contain the block information in the info-text are now logged with type "Block". See the following tables with the correspondig codes and reasons:
Code Meaning 1000 Network Unreachable 1001 Host Unreachable 1002 Protocol Unreachable 1003 Port Unreachable 1004 Fragmentation Needed 1005 Source Route Failed 1006 Network Unknown 1007 Host Unknown 1008 Source Host Isolated 1009 Network Access Denied 1010 Host Access Denied 1011 Network Unreachable for TOS 1012 Host Unreachable for TOS 1013 Denied by Filter 1014 Host Precedence Violation 1015 Host Precedence Cutoff 1016 Connect Timeout 1017 Accept Timeout 1018 No Route to Host 1019 Unknown Network Error 1020 Routing Triangle 1021 TTL Expired 1022 Defragmentation Timeout 1023 No Route To Destination 1024 Communication Prohibited 1025 Unknown Code 2 1026 Address Unreachable 1027 Port Unreachable 1028 WANOPT Protocol Negotiation Mismatch 1029 WANOPT Out of descriptors 1030 WANOPT Partner protocol missing 1031 WANOPT No VPN 1032 Internal SSL Error 1033 Untrusted self-signed certificate 1034 Certificate not trusted 1035 Certificate Revoked 1036 Expired or not yet valid certificate 1037 Certificate content invalid 1038 Certificate revocation check failure 1039 Flex connection timeout 1040 Flex connection error 1041 Out of Memory Fail Close Code Meaning 2000 Session Idle Timeout 2001 Balanced Session Idle Timeout 2002 Last ACK Timeout 2003 Retransmission Timeout 2004 Halfside Close Timeout 2005 Unreachable Timeout 2006 Connection Closed 2007 Connection Reset by Source 2008 Connection Reset by Destination 2009 Connection Reset by Administrator 2010 Allow time interval expired 2011 Connection no Longer Allowed by Rule 2012 Dynamic Rule Expired 2013 Terminated due to content 2014 Forward Destination is a Local Address 2015 Unsyncable Session and Passive Sync Mode 2016 Network Device no Longer Available 2017 Dynamic Service not Allowed by Rule 2018 Session Duration Timeout 2019 Application Control 2020 Unallowed Protocol Detected 2021 IPS Policy Requested Termination 2022 WANOPT Policy Negotiation Failed 2023 None of the Allowed Protocols Detected 2024 Session diverted to dynamic mesh VPN tunnel 2025 Internal SSL Error 2026 Self Signed Cert Found 2027 No Issuer Found 2028 Certificate Revoked 2029 Certificate Validation Failed 2030 No Local Socket Present 2031 Out of Memory Fail Close Code Meaning 3000 Reverse Routing MAC Mismatch 3001 Reverse Routing Interface Mismatch 3002 Source is Multicast 3003 Source is Broadcast 3004 Source is an Invalid IP Class 3005 Source is Loopback 3006 Source is Local Address 3007 IP Header is Incomplete 3008 IP Header Version is Invalid 3009 IP Header Checksum is Invalid 3010 IP Header has Invalid IP Options 3011 IP Header Contains Source Routing 3012 IP Packet is Incomplete 3013 TCP Header is Incomplete 3014 TCP Header Checksum is Invalid 3015 TCP Header has an Invalid Cookie 3016 TCP Header has an Invalid SEQ Number 3017 TCP Header has an Invalid ACK Number 3018 TCP Header has Invalid TCP Options 3019 TCP Header has Invalid TCP FLAGS 3020 TCP Packet Belongs to no Active Session 3021 UDP Header is Incomplete 3022 UDP Header Checksum is Invalid 3023 ICMP Header is Incomplete 3024 ICMP Header Checksum is Invalid 3025 ICMP Type is Invalid 3026 ICMP Reply Without a Request 3027 No socket for packet 3028 Forwarding not Active 3029 No Device for source IP address 3030 ARP request device mismatch 3031 ARP reply duplicate and MAC differs 3032 Size Limit Exceeded 3033 Rate Limit Exceeded 3034 TTL Expired 3035 Unknown ARP Operation 3036 ICMP Packet Belongs to no Active Session 3037 ICMP Packet is Ignored 3038 ICMP Packet is Ignored by Rule Settings 3039 High Level Protocol Header is Incomlete 3040 High Level Protocol Header is Invalid 3041 High Level Protocol Version is Invalid 3042 High Level Protocol Packet is Incomlete 3043 High Level Protocol Packet is Invalid 3044 Source MAC Mismatch 3045 Destination MAC Mismatch 3046 Bridge ACL violation 3047 ARP Burst Detected 3048 Static bridge ARP mismatch 3049 Change of locked ARP entry 3050 Possible MAC Spoofing 3051 No Nexthop Allowed on Bridge Segment 3052 Decompression failed 3053 Session Creation Load Exceeded 3054 Failed to update/create qarp entry 3055 Failed to retrieve routing information for quarantine setup 3056 Cannot send packets between different quarantine groups 3057 QARP device entry does not match device to be used 3058 Drop guessed TCP RST 3059 Invalid SYN for Established TCP Session 3060 Received Packet Exceeds NIC MTU (Invalid TCP-Segmentation-Offload ?) 3061 TCP Header ACK Sequence Number out of Window Size 3062 Unsupported IPV6 header 3063 No Ruleset loaded 3064 Source Barp Unknown 3065 Source and destination barp on the same device 3066 Drop Otherhost 3067 Firewall not active 3068 Payload linearization failed 3069 Reevaluation failed 3070 Unknown fragment 3071 Bridge Loop Detected 3072 Interface is set to discard by RSTP Code Meaning 4000 Unknown Block Reason 4001 Forwarding is disabled 4002 Block by Rule 4003 Block no Rule Match 4004 Block by Rule Source Mismatch 4005 Block by Rule Destination Mismatch 4006 Block by Rule Service Mismatch 4007 Block by Rule Time Mismatch 4008 Block by Rule Interface Mismatch 4009 Block Local Loop 4010 Block by Rule ACL 4011 Block Rule Limit Exceeded 4012 Block Rule Source Limit Exceeded 4013 Block Pending Session Limit Exceeded 4014 Block Size Limit Exceeded 4015 Block by Dynamic Rule 4016 Block No Address Translation possible 4017 Block Broadcast 4018 Block Multicast 4019 Block Source Session Limit Exceeded 4020 Block UDP Session Limit Exceeded 4021 Block Source UDP Session Limit Exceeded 4022 Block Echo Session Limit Exceeded 4023 Block Source Echo Session Limit Exceeded 4024 Block Other Session Limit Exceeded 4025 Block Source Other Session Limit Exceeded 4026 Block Total Session Limit Exceeded 4027 Block no Route to Destination 4028 Block Invalid Protocol for Rule Action 4029 Block Protected IP Count Exceeded Licensed Limit 4030 Block Device not available 4031 Block by Rule User Mismatch 4032 Block Bridged Destination MAC Unknown 4033 Block by Rule MAC Mismatch 4034 Send Authentication Required 4035 Block Invalid Local Redirection to Non Local Address 4036 Block Invalid Redirection to Local Address 4037 Block Slot Creation Failed 4038 Block by Rule Quarantine Class Mismatch 4039 Local IPv6 traffic is disabled 4040 WANOPT Protocol Negotiation Mismatch 4041 Block by Rule App mismatch 4042 URL Categorization not available and policy set to fai 4043 URL Domain Explicitly not Allowed by URL Categorizatio 4044 URL Category not Allowed by Policy 4045 URL Category Blocked by Policy 4046 Block due to ATP Quarantine 4047 Block Unauthorized ATP File Download Access 4048 URL Categorization not available and policy set to fai 4049 URL Category must be acknowledged by user 4050 Custom URL domain must be acknowledged by user 4051 URL Category must be acknowledged by supervisor 4052 Detected Content not allowed by policy 4053 Detected Browser Agent not allowed by policy 4054 Untrusted self-signed certificate 4055 Certificate not trusted 4056 Certificate Revoked 4057 Expired or not yet valid certificate 4058 Certificate content invalid 4059 Certificate revocation check failure Code Meaning 5000 Unknown Deny Reason 5001 Deny by Rule 5002 Deny by Rule Source Mismatch 5003 Deny by Rule Destination Mismatch 5004 Deny by Rule Service Mismatch 5005 Deny by Rule Time Mismatch 5006 Deny Local Loop 5007 Deny by Rule ACL 5008 Deny by Dynamic Rule 5009 Deny No Address Translation possibleClick here to see the list for reasons why the result of scanning files caused a block of packets... Code Meaning 6000 Unknown Scan Reason 6001 Terminate due to Pattern Detection 6002 Pattern Detection 6003 Application Control 6004 Drop due to Application Control 6005 Shape due to Application Control 6006 Unallowed Port Protcol Detected 6007 Reset due to Unallowed Port Protocol Detection 6008 Drop due to Unallowed Port Protocol Detection 6009 IPS Log 6010 IPS Warning 6011 IPS Alert 6012 IPS Drop Log 6013 IPS Drop Warning 6014 IPS Drop Alert 6015 Web Access 6016 Application/Protocol Detection 6017 Application/Protocol Warning 6018 Application/Protocol Alert 6019 Application/Protocol Denied 6020 Application/Protocol Denied with Warning 6021 Application/Protocol Denied with Alert 6022 URL Categorization 6023 URL Categorization Warning 6024 URL Categorization Alert 6025 URL Category Denied 6026 URL Category Denied with Warning 6027 URL Category Denied with Alert 6028 Virus Blocked 6029 Malicious File Blocked by Advanced Threat Protection 6030 Virus Scan not possible - Blocked 6031 Virus Scan not possible - Passed 6032 Virus Scan Error - Blocked 6033 Virus Scan Error - Passed 6034 Malicious Content Detected in Delivered File 6035 DNS Request for a Hostname with bad Reputation 6036 Client access to a DNS Sinkhole Address 6037 Client access to a Hostname with bad Reputation Code Meaning 7000 Unknown Block Reason 7001 Forwarding is disabled 7002 Block by Rule 7003 Block no Rule Match 7004 Block by Rule Source Mismatch 7005 Block by Rule Destination Mismatch 7006 Block by Rule Service Mismatch 7007 Block by Rule Time Mismatch 7008 Block by Rule Interface Mismatch 7009 Block Local Loop 7010 Block by Rule ACL 7011 Block Rule Limit Exceeded 7012 Block Rule Source Limit Exceeded 7013 Block Pending Session Limit Exceeded 7014 Block Size Limit Exceeded 7015 Block by Dynamic Rule 7016 Block No Address Translation possible 7017 Block Broadcast 7018 Block Multicast 7019 Block Source Session Limit Exceeded 7020 Block UDP Session Limit Exceeded 7021 Block Source UDP Session Limit Exceeded 7022 Block Echo Session Limit Exceeded 7023 Block Source Echo Session Limit Exceeded 7024 Block Other Session Limit Exceeded 7025 Block Source Other Session Limit Exceeded 7026 Block Total Session Limit Exceeded 7027 Block no Route to Destination 7028 Block Invalid Protocol for Rule Action 7029 Block Protected IP Count Exceeded Licensed Limit 7030 Block Device not available 7031 Block by Rule User Mismatch 7032 Block Bridged Destination MAC Unknown 7033 Block by Rule MAC Mismatch 7034 Send Authentication Required 7035 Block Invalid Local Redirection to Non Local Address 7036 Block Invalid Redirection to Local Address 7037 Block Slot Creation Failed 7038 Block by Rule Quarantine Class Mismatch 7039 Local IPv6 traffic is disabled 7040 WANOPT Protocol Negotiation Mismatch 7041 Block by Rule App mismatch 7042 URL Categorization not available and policy set to fai 7043 URL Domain Explicitly not Allowed by URL Categorizatio 7044 URL Category not Allowed by Policy 7045 URL Category Blocked by Policy 7046 Block due to ATP Quarantine 7047 Block Unauthorized ATP File Download Access 7048 URL Categorization not available and policy set to fai 7049 URL Category must be acknowledged by user 7050 Custom URL domain must be acknowledged by user 7051 URL Category must be acknowledged by supervisor 7052 Detected Content not allowed by policy 7053 Detected Browser Agent not allowed by policy 7054 Untrusted self-signed certificate 7055 Certificate not trusted 7056 Certificate Revoked 7057 Expired or not yet valid certificate 7058 Certificate content invalid 7059 Certificate revocation check failure
Activity Log Mode
Log-Pipe-Separated-Value-List – Select this option if you require value based log entries separated by a pipe symbol, e.g.
2018 01 30 08:14:47 Info +00:00 Detect: IPRX|TCP|eth0|10.17.33.202|29289|00:00:00:00:00:00|184.108.40.206|80||eth0||0|10.17.33.201|220.127.116.11|0|1|0|0|0|0|user15|HTTP direct|Web browsing|www.noiseaddicts.com||Social Networking
Log-Pipe-Separated-Key-Value-List – Select this option if you require key-value pairs of log entries separated by a pipe symbol, e.g.
2018 01 30 13:12:21 Security +01:00 Block: type=FWD|proto=UDP|srcIF=eth0|srcIP=10.17.34.12|srcPort=54915|srcMAC=18:db:f2:13:ca:9c|dstIP=10.17.34.255|dstPort=54915|dstService=|dstIF=|rule=BLOCKALL|info=Block by Rule|srcNAT=0.0.0.0|dstNAT=0.0.0.0|duration=0|count=1|receivedBytes=0|sentBytes=0|receivedPackets=0|sentPackets=0|user=|protocol=|application=|target=|content=|urlcat=
Activity Log Data
Log-Info-Code – In "Log-Info-Code" mode, additional information is written as a number, e.g.
2018 01 30 12:58:09 Info +00:00 Detect: FWD|TCP|eth0|10.17.33.202|44973|00:00:00:00:00:00|18.104.22.168|80||eth0|| 4045 |10.17.33.201|22.214.171.124|0|1|0|0|0|0|user11|HTTP direct|Web browsing|www.noise addicts.com||Social Networking (46)
Log-Info-Text – In "Log-Info-Text" mode, the additional information is written as full text, e.g.
IPRX|TCP|eth0|10.17.33.202|57037|00:00:00:00:00:00|126.96.36.199|443||eth0|| URL Category Blocked by Policy |10.17.33.201|188.8.131.52|0|1|0|0|0|0|user2|HTTPS direct|Facebook Base| facebook.com ||Social Networking (46)
Activity Log Information – Click Set.../Edit to enable or disable specific activities:
Allowed Sessions (Fwd) – Log each newly established forwarding session.
Allowed Sessions (Local) – Log local traffic, e.g., HTTP proxy or DNS.
Protocol Detection (Fwd) – Log protocol detection for each newly established forwarding session.
Protocol Detection (Local) – Log protocol detection for each newly established local session, e.g., HTTP proxy or DNS.
Failed Sessions (Fwd) – Log each allowed request that failed to be established.
Failed Sessions (Local) – Log local traffic.
Session Termination (Fwd) – Log each finished forwarding session.
Session Termination (Local) – Log finished local sessions.
Blocked Sessions (Fwd) – Log each blocked forward session request. This is relevant for auditing.
Blocked Sessions (Local) – Log blocked local traffic.
Dropped Packets – Log each silently dropped packet.
Invalid ARPs – Log each invalid ARP request.
- Log Level – Select the log level. Cumulative logging allows some reduction of log file lengths and tries to avoid indirect denial of service (DoS) attacks.
- Cumulative Interval [s] – Interval in seconds for which cumulative logging is activated for either matching or similar log entries. To enter cumulative logging, the entries need to be identical in all of the identifiers of a log entry except the source port (min: 1; max: 60; default: 1).
- Cumulative Maximum – Maximum number of log entries within the same rule and which results in cumulative logging to be triggered (default: 10).
Generate Audit Log – Enables Firewall Audit.
An audit event entry consists of a CR-terminated line of ASCII characters. Each line holds 23 pipe ("|") separated values. The values can be built up as a pipe-separated-value-list or as a pipe-separated-key-value-pair-list.
Example: 1129102500|Block:|FWD|eth0|ICMP|BLOCKALL|10.0.3.80|0|10.0.3.73|0||4002|Block by Rule|0.0.0.0|0|0.0.0.0|0||00:07:e9:09:04:30|0|0|0|0|0|4552264444
Column Value Type 1 Time
2 Log Operation
Log Operations ( Unknown, Allow, LocalAllow, Block, LocalBlock, Remove, LocalRemove, Drop, Terminate, LocalTerminate, Change, Operation, Startup, Configuration, Rule, State, LocalState, Process, AdminAction, Deny, LocalDeny, SecurityEvent, Sync, Fail, or LocalFail)
3 Session Type
Session Type (Forwarding, Local In, Local Out, or Loopback)
4 Input Network Device String 5 IP Protocol String 6 Firewall Rule String 7 Source IP Address
8 Source Port Number
9 Destination IP Address
10 Destination Port Number
11 Service Name String 12 Reason Code Number 13 Reason String 14 Bind IP Address
15 Bind Port Number
16 Connection IP Address
17 Connection Port Number
18 Output Network Device
19 MAC Address
6 colon-separated hex bytes
20 # of Input Packets
21 # of Output Packets
22 # of Input Bytes
23 # of Output Bytes
25 ID Audit entry number
Audit Log Data – Click Set.../Edit to configure Firewall Audit settings:
Audit Delivery – Select how audit log data is stored or transferred:
- Local-DB – Store audit data within a local sqlite3 DB.
- Forward-Only – Forward natively to an audit collector service.
- Local-DB-And-Forward – The combination of both.
- Send-IPFIX – Hand off data to separate IPFIX exporter.
- Forward-and-Send-IPFIX – Combination of forwarding and send data to an IPFIX exporter.
- Regular-Log-File – Plain ascii based log file.
- Syslog-Proxy – Generate syslog messages.
- Executable – Feed into custom executable on stdin.
Send-UDP-Packet – Send via plain UDP stream.
- Executable – Enter the path of the executable file the data is sent to.
- Send to IP Address – Enter the IP address of the audit service the data is sent to.
- Send to Port – Enter the port the data is sent to. If not specified, port 680 is used.
- Use Source IP Address [Optional] – Enter the source IP address. If not specified, the management IP / Virtual IP address is used.
- Transport Mode – Select whether transported data should be encrypted or not.
Report User Name – Optionally include the username into the session information if available.
- Allowed Sessions (Fwd) – Create a record for each newly established forwarding session. This is relevant for auditing.
- Allowed Sessions (Local) – Same for local traffic, e.g., HTTP proxy or DNS.
- Protocol Detection (Fwd) – Enable protocol detection for each newly established forwarding session.
- Protocol Detection (Local) – Enable protocol detection for each newly established local session, e.g., HTTP proxy or DNS.
- Failed Sessions (Fwd) – Create an entry for each allowed request that failed to be established. This is relevant for troubleshooting.
- Failed Sessions (Local) – Same for local traffic.
- Session Termination (Fwd) – Create a record on session removal for each finished forwarding session.
- Session Termination (Local) – Create a record on session removal for each finished local session.
- Blocked Sessions (Fwd) – Create a record for each blocked forward session request. This is relevant for auditing.
- Blocked Sessions (Local) – Create a record for each blocked local session request. This is relevant for auditing.
- Dropped Packets – Create an entry for each silently dropped packet.
Invalid ARPs – Create an entry for each invalid ARP request.
- After Number of Days – Number of days until log file entries will be purged.
- [Optional] Exceeding MBytes – Enter the maximum size of log files in MB until purging starts.
- [Optional] Move Files to Directory – Specify the directory where purged log data is moved to.
[Optional]Restore Files from Directory – If required, specify the directory from where to restore previously purged log data.
- Forward Buffer [Messages] – Number of messages that can be buffered when forwarding.
- Forward Buffer [KBytes] – Number of KBytes that can be buffered when forwarding.
- ACPF Allowed Msg Buffer [Bytes] – Number of ACPF buffered bytes for allow messages.
- ACPF Blocked Msg Buffer [Bytes] – Number of ACPF buffered bytes for block messages.
ACPF Dropped Msg Buffer [Bytes] – Number of ACPF buffered bytes for drop messages.
- Audit Delivery – Select how audit log data is stored or transferred:
Log ICMP Packets
- Log-All – Log all ICMP packets except type ECHO.
- Log-Unexpected – Log all ICMP packets except ECHO and UNREACHABLE.
- Log-None – Disable ICMP logging.
Allow Threat Log Processing – Allow other processes to access threat log information for further processing.
Configure IPFIX Streaming
In the IPFIX Streaming section, configure the following settings:
- Enable IPFIX/Netflow – Internet Protocol Flow Information Export (IPFIX, RFC 3917) is based on NetFlow version 9. You can use this to stream the Firewall Audit logs via IPFIX.
- Enable intermediate reports – Select yes to enable sending of intermediate reports with delta counters.
- IPFIX reporting interval [m] – Use the IPFIX reporting interval [m] option to determine how often intermdiate reports are sent.
IPFIX Template – If set to Extended, includes additional information, such as delta coutners, to the IPFIX export.
If your collector does not support reverse flows, select Uniflow templates, these templates will duplicate the traffic against the collector.
Collectors – Click + to add collectors.
Configure Connection Tracing
- Click Set.../Edit to configure the Connection Tracing settings.
- Data Limit [kB] – Maximum number of bytes of a traced connection (max. 4096kB).
File Limit – Maximum number of traced connections (max. 1024).
To activate changes made to the audit and reporting configuration, you must perform a firmware restart.
- Click Send Changes and Activate.
- Go to the CONTROL > Box.
- Expand the Operating System section.
- Click Firmware Restart.