05-25-2018 07:22 AM
Since 3 weeks, our fire-wall CheckPoint Gaia is managed with NetMRI => config file collected.
But from the first time NetMRI collected the config, CheckPoint add a line in the config file :
# Exported by admin on Fri May 25 14:03:18 2018
So every 90 minutes, NetMRI collect the file because of that.Each time it collect the config, CP change it after with this line. And after this 3 weeks, I have have more than 700 files archived with few changed in it ...
Is there a way to ignore this by NetMRI ???
May be it's a CheckPoint question .....
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05-25-2018 07:41 AM
I would open a case we can modify the DBS to fix that issue
05-29-2018 06:45 AM
It's DSB I got it wrong the first time
Device Support Bundle
It how NetMRI manage the devices
05-29-2018 11:35 AM
I agree with Sif that the best solution is to get the official DSB for the device updated to mask that line. That's assuming that the particular Checkpoint model is already a supported device. Not knowing how long that might take to get through Engineering's queue, there is another way that you can do the masking yourself by creating a mini DSB. It's an XML file that performs config collection post processing and can identify and ignore "noise" lines. You would need to edit the basic file for the particulars of the exact Checkpoint model, as well fill in the "what is noise" and "what to do with it" sections.
06-01-2018 01:54 AM
The current CheckPoint Firewall is supported (version R77.30) and there is only 1 line I want to skip during comparison.
I think I will head to the solution to create the DSB that will be a good paractise cause I'm new with NetMRI.
Thanks a lot, this community here is a really good help for me
01-04-2019 03:25 AM
We currently have a custom DSB created with a noise filter which filters lines like the following from the config file.
04-27-2020 01:35 AM - edited 04-27-2020 01:38 AM
At what value should "version" be?
Each time I'm trying to import the DSB I get an Invalid DSB version error.
Nevermind. It seems that in newer version of NetMRI you need to add 4 digits to the version number. I guess they've added hours and minutes for more precision.