is there any possibility to view all changes that was done on proxy configuration (access,identity,routing rules) in some time? Currently I need to do following:
- see if there was some change applied: grep system_logs for text "commit changes" to see if there was commited changes,
- and then manually looking inside the couple of records inside the "cli_logs" and "gui_logs" from that time, what was done on appliance. CLI logs are fine, i can see exact commands applied in CLI, but rules are mainly created in Web GUI form and inside the gui_logs I can just see the GET/POST requests with adequate URL. But: 1. this is not clear, so many requests and 2. I cannot differentiate what is just request for page and what is the change in configuration.
Please is there any simple way to determine configuration changes in Web appliance?
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