I am about to migrate a lot of Check Point firewalls to Cisco ASA. I am trying to utilize Cisco Security Conversion Tool. The problem with Check Point is that I am getting all the objects from all firewalls from the same CMA.
Even with this limitation I thought I would be able to get all objects to the ASA , create/update rules, and then remove all objects that are not used in any of the rules. Is there any simple way to do that ? I thought that I could delete all objects after creating rules so that ASA will leave the ones that are used but it seems it doesn't work with nested objects.
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...
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We have a filter that blocks incoming messages with credit card numbers. But it won't pick up on messages with 4 digit blocks on separate lines. Example:1234567890123456 Any suggestion on how to detect this pattern?