Generating the License Key for an NSM Appliance Installation 16 Installing NSM with an IPv6 Management Address. Juniper Networks Network and Security Manager (NSM) is a unified device management solution for Juniper’s network infrastructure of routing, switching and. To receive Juniper Networks NSM and Juniper Networks Secure Service Gateway (SSG) logs events, configure a log source to use the Juniper Networks NSM.
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A predefined view is a filtered view of all logs collected on the NSM device server. Application associated with the current log.
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As you become familiar with NSM Log Viewer filters, you are likely to discover views of the data you typically want to use to monitor traffic. Src Port Source port of the packet that generated the log entry. Different services display when you select the Investigate or Administer panels. Bytes In For sessions, specifies the number of inbound bytes.
Not applicable for IDP devices. Traffic matches ns attack object. Enter or update the options.
Role group associated with this log entry. For sessions, specifies how long the session lasted. Severity Severity rating associated if any with this type of log entry: Destination IP address of the packet that generated the log entry.
To see additional details for an device view entry, double-click the entry. You can save custom views. You do not need to reapply the view to new logs.
This section includes the following topics:. Rule Domain Ver The domain version of the rule that generated the log entry. Logs based on notification options you set for security policy rules. Create modeled NS Assign policy with one rule to modeled NS Juni;er config of modeled NS Strip out juiper non-essential info out of exported file Add address objects into file Import file back into modeled NS bringing address objects with it. It generates a log when it identifies the attack pattern in traffic through the IDP device.
When you approach the set of logs you examine each day, you might want to start with events of high severity, where traffic continued to the destination. The following sample output shows the protocols configuration of an M Series device: Packets Total For sessions, specifies the combined number of inbound and outbound packets.
Destination port of the packet that generated the log entry. Table To set the table details for the device view entry, double-click the table. Subcategory Category-specific type of log entry examples are “Reboot” or message ID. Self Displays all logs generated for non-traffic related reasons.
Protocol Protocol that the packet that generated the log entry used. You can also filter on the fly. Traffic Displays logs for traffic that matches a rule but the severity is low and notification option is log only.
NSM displays the Job Manager information window for the job task. This article describes how to import multiple objects into NSM using a junlper device. Rule Domain The domain of junipee rule that generated the log entry. Check your object list for your new objects to appear. Logs related to device events, such as changes in the state of a traffic interface.
DI log entries provide information about an attack match against a deep inspection profile object.
Table 4 describes the columns in the Audit Log Viewer table. You use the NSM Log Investigator to analyze aggregations of logs and drill down based on properties of interest. Details Miscellaneous string associated with log entry.
To set the juuniper details for the device view entry, double-click the table. Packets In For sessions, specifies the number of inbound packets. Packets Out For sessions, specifies the number of outbound packets. Specifies the domain ID of the device view. Device family Family of the device that generated this log entry.
Device Domain Domain for the device that generated this log entry. Displays logs for traffic that matches a rule but the severity is low and notification option is log juniler.
Name of the inbound interface of the packet that generated this log entry. Category Type of log entry: Figure 7 shows a custom view of columns and filters focusing on events where the IDP device allowed HTTP traffic to proceed to its destination.
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Displays info log entries. To set a flag, right-click the log row, select Flag, and then select one of the following flags:. Closed Server—The device closed the connection and sent a RST packet to the server, but did neither to the client.