Is there a way to export the rulebase to csv/html using CSM 4.3? I know it can be done through ASDM but looking at the rules in ASDM, they are flattened out into single object source, destination & port per line. Is it possible to keep it in the format as per CSM (network object groups, service groups, etc..)
Simple method is to go the rules page, select all rules, right click and copy. Then paste it in new MS Excel file. You can save it any format you like. If you paste in Notepad or Notepad++, add <html><body> and </body></html> tags before and after the text you pasted, then save the file with .html extension. This will look exactly like what you see in CSM. If you use object-groups, you won't be able to see what's there inside the object group.
A little more difficult method is to use CSM REST API. You can read the rules in any access rules policy. The response contains all the rules in that policy along with definitions of all the policy objects in XML format. You can then modify the XML output to any format you like, depends on how creative you want to be with it.
Hi Team, I have one exclusion provided by internal team which is Is it right way to exclude ? *\Program Files\XYZ\* , as per Cisco Docs i see its not recommended because it will create performance issue when we use * at starting , So...
Central Log Management using Cisco Security Analytics and Logging, December 2nd at 8am-9:30am PT
Cisco Security Analytics and Logging is Cisco’s Central Log Management solution for Network Operations and Security Outcomes. It is delivered both as a c...
Cyberattacks are more sophisticated than ever and your online presence has never been more critical to the success of your business. Cisco, through its OEM partnership with Radware, can help secure your digital future by continuously monitoring...