Hello! We are looking for a product to provide firewall configuration analysis (not log analysis). Specifically we are interested in generating reports for DSO-type (security officer or auditors) that will be a plain-English version of the firewalls' configuration, in an easy-to-read report. Unfortunately the ASDM does not provide this type of reporting. At present time, I have reviewed some products such as FireGen for PIX, however, this does not do what we wish. What are other people using?
Ok, great. Now THAT ZIP file worked perfectly! (I wonder what is wrong with the ZIP on the website?) Anyway, now I have copied the PL file to the management server (which is a Windows Server 2003 machine with the latest version of Active Perl installed.) When I attempt to run the Perl script (using perl zoompix.pl" I receive the following error:
Can't locate Date/Calc.pm in @INC (@INC contains: c:/Perl/site/lib c:/Perl/lib .
) at c:\zoompix\zoompix.pl line 26.
BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at c:\zoompix\zoompix.pl line 26.
The only calc.pm file that I can find is located at C:\Perl\lib\Math\BigInt.
I figured it out. I was missing the Date-Calc module which I had to first install with "ppm install Date-Calc". It seems to be running now, however, it does not appear to be compatible with the 7.x PIX or ASA firmware code as some of the sections in the report do not function. For example, the reports show all ACLs as being a size of "0 entries" and have Interfaces set to "none". Also, the version is showing up as "%page_pix-version%". The Interfaces section of the report is also blank.
I see that it does work with firmware verion 6.3(4), however, we haven't been on that firmware version since May of 2005. What a shame, it looks like a great application.
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