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Not getting enough information from the Web Visualization Tool

Hi Checkmates.

I recently explored the option of exporting our checkpoint firewall security policies using the Web Visualization Tool as recommended by checkpoint. I was able to convert the outputs to readable formats

However, it seems to not give us enough information, i.e. I cannot see the IP address objects, or node objects. From the outputs we are only able to see the names of objects but not the actual objects. For the purpose intended, this will not be of any value for us. Is there a way of extracting the policy, while showing the source IPs, Dest IP addresses and not just names. i.e. under Name12 Tab, SMS02 is an IP address object, but we can’t see the actual IP in any of the outputs, just the name of the IP.#WebVisualizationTool

 

 

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Danny
Pearl

Re: Not getting enough information from the Web Visualization Tool

Please provide us with some valuable information, such as:

  • Check Point Management version you are using
  • Web Visualization Tool method you are using
  • recommendation you are referring to
  • conversion method you used to create the results shown in your screen shot
  • intended purpose of the export

Re: Not getting enough information from the Web Visualization Tool

Hi Danny, thanks for your response.

The required information below

  • Check Point Management version you are using VersionR77.20
  • Web Visualization Tool method you are using CheckPoint Web Visualization Tool used version R77.x
  • conversion method you used to create the results shown in your screen shot Output from the above tool was open via MS excel.
  • intended purpose of the export TO be Imported to a different firewall.
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Danny
Pearl

Re: Not getting enough information from the Web Visualization Tool

From which vendor is the different firewall?

In case it is Cisco or Juniper, you could simply use Confwiz (Release Notes, Admin Guide, Linux version).

WebVis has two variants: cpdb2html and cpdb2web. Instead of trying to open the export via Excel, you the second variant and open it within a Web browser. It should contain all information you'l need.

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