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ArubaOS 6 "User Firewall State" table in ArubaOS8

Hello,

 

ArubaOS 6 has perfect debug firewall tool  "User Firewall State" (Monitoring->CONTROLLER->Clients->name of client->Status->User Firewall State). See below.

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Is possible get same or similary output from ArubaOS 8 for the specific client (web gui or cli)?


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Re: ArubaOS 6 "User Firewall State" table in ArubaOS8

Hi

In the webUI, go into "Dashboard" -> Traffic Analysis then to filter by a client, you will see in the summary row something like "  " - click on the "10" (as it is here) and then you can choose applications or destinations etc (and you will see it's filtered by host IP)

 

From the CLI, use:
show datapath session table <ip>
show datapath session dpi table <ip>

 

hth

-jeff

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Re: ArubaOS 6 "User Firewall State" table in ArubaOS8

Hi

In the webUI, go into "Dashboard" -> Traffic Analysis then to filter by a client, you will see in the summary row something like "  " - click on the "10" (as it is here) and then you can choose applications or destinations etc (and you will see it's filtered by host IP)

 

From the CLI, use:
show datapath session table <ip>
show datapath session dpi table <ip>

 

hth

-jeff

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Re: ArubaOS 6 "User Firewall State" table in ArubaOS8

Hi Jeff,

 

Thank you for answer. Yes it is useful. Will Aruba integrate same "table" as ArubaOS 6? It was more convenient and clear. 

 

Have a nice day,

Jan Masin.

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Re: ArubaOS 6 "User Firewall State" table in ArubaOS8


masin@atlantis.cz wrote:

Hi Jeff,

 

Thank you for answer. Yes it is useful. Will Aruba integrate same "table" as ArubaOS 6? It was more convenient and clear. 

 

Have a nice day,

Jan Masin.


hi Jan

I highly doubt there will be a return to that style of output.

 

You could consider to use the API to run the show command "show datapath session table <ip>" which returns output that more or less mimics the output that was shown in rel 6 (it just does some conversion of flags to strings etc).

 

Wrap it up with some other queries for clients by IP or by name/mac then IP and then just render the output as a table.

 

-jeff

 

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Re: ArubaOS 6 "User Firewall State" table in ArubaOS8

Hi Jeff,

 

ok, thank you very much for answers :).

 

Have a nice day,

Jan Masin.

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