Fortinet Support desired for Firewall Security Manager.
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AD integration, specifically to be used on FSM's change Advisor would be great. That way, users are provisioned access to submit changes, and this becomes a real CM/CA for network changes.
New Cisco routers (2900 series for example) cannot run IOS version 12.x so support for version 15.x is important going forward. Is there a roadmap or guesstimate for when this will be available?
FSM functionality is being hampered because of compatibility issues with Cisco ASA v9.x code. The security reports can be cheated on by using objects in the acl. If i create an object for any that matches all, the report cannot identify that as a risk if I am permitting access to the object as opposed to when I am using the "all" keyword.
After importing my firewalls to the application, I am having to run a script to change the "ip address" showin in the firewall inventory panel. Since many of my firewalls have 3 or 4 ip's FSM rarely picks the correct IP address to show for management purposes. Please allow an option for us to PICK which IP address should be used for management purposes.
Since I primary work on Cisco Firewalls, I am not sure Palo Alto/Checkpoints interfaces are setup. I would like a way to create a link to launch the management console/application for firewalls. For Example, for Cisco Firewalls or Dell Sonicwalls - give us a way to create a link to ASDM (for Cisco) or the Web/Management Interface on Dell Sonicwalls.
Would like to see a live acl hit counter on the console and workstation client of FSM. Would also like to see a historical chart for this data. To show the hits over time and adjust the time frame. I know this is currently buried deep in FSM reports, but this request is to see a real time resource on the console/dashboard.
If possible could Cisco acs be integrated so you could do policy modelling, rule/policy clean up, configuration exports for documentation/auditing, similar to what fsm is doing now with firewalls.