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PIX 6.2 and WebTrend Firewall Suite v3.1d

Hi all,

Previously I was using PIX 4.2 with WT FWS v3.1d to generate usage graphs for various protocols such as HTTP, E-mail, FTP, etc.

Ever since we switch over to the new PIX running on 6.2. The reporting tool is not able to generate the reports correctly. Basically, it just shows graphs for telnet and 'others'. It had omitted out E-mail, FTP and HTTP which is oftenly used to monitor the usage trend.

Had anyone encounter it or does anyone have a remedy to it? Below is the logging setup on the new PIX 6.2. Not much different from the old box except the logging facility was change to 23 yesterday.

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PixFirewall# sh logging

Syslog logging: enabled

Facility: 23

Timestamp logging: enabled

Standby logging: disabled

Console logging: disabled

Monitor logging: disabled

Buffer logging: level emergencies, 0 messages logged

Trap logging: level debugging, 17553528 messages logged

Logging to inside 10.10.10.10

History logging: disabled

PixFirewall#

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As for the syslog server, I'm using the one that comes with the WebTrend firewall. It is still receiving a lot of logs from the PIX. The log file size per day is still roughly the same as before.

Appreciate if anyone out there is able to point out the error.

Ps: The WebTrend website shows that their FWS supports PIX 6.X.

Regards,

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Tan Tshun Kiat (Mr)

Systems Administrator (Unix)

Information Technology Group

Institute For Communications Research

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Re: PIX 6.2 and WebTrend Firewall Suite v3.1d

Hello,

Please check the following fixes documented by WebTrends:

http://www.netiq.com/kb/esupport/consumer/id.asp

Article ID: NETIQKB8629

Article ID: NETIQKB5548

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