Is it possible to generate a report on FirePower so we may see only the URLs that were entered by users or clicked upon.
Basically the URLs that show up in address bar.
The problem that I see is that the reports are too crowded with URLs from reference links that are found everywhere in websites: CDNs (CloudFlare, Akamai, MaxCDN etc...), Facebook pixels, Google Analytics and many other URLs which are referenced from visited URLs.
Example, if a user has opened website A, I only want to have a report for website A and not all other links which are in website A source (FB, GA, CDN, etc...)
A real example: An online store, which has virtual support through chat, makes hundreds of thousands of queries to externally hosted chat services, although the user never used it.
The network (and network sensor like Firepower service module or FTD or whatever) has no way to distinguish traffic coming from the browser as part of a user action (typing or clicking) or part of a page load.
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I need to migrate from C170 to C190 and have already match to the same Firmware Version. I have a question. Is there any method that can export and import the configuration file instead of form cluster ?
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