From: Henrik Jorgensen <henrik@ha...> - 2006-02-05 19:43:49
I have several FWBuilder installations on many different locations. They
all have a local .fwb config file.
How do I take all those .fwb files and merge into one single FWBuilder
installation, from which I can just install remote instead of
maintaining several FWBuilder installations?
I would like it to end up in just one .fwb file with x number of
Med venlig hilsen / Kind regards,
On Feb 5, 2006, at 11:43 AM, Henrik Jorgensen wrote:
> I have several FWBuilder installations on many different locations.
> They all have a local .fwb config file.
> How do I take all those .fwb files and merge into one single
> FWBuilder installation, from which I can just install remote
> instead of maintaining several FWBuilder installations?
> I would like it to end up in just one .fwb file with x number of
> firewalls defined.
1. rename library "User" in each of the data files, use some
descriptive name that will tell you what it used to be before you
renamed it. Make sure you use a different name for the library in
each data file so you can tell them from one another.
2. create a new data file
3. Using main menu File/Import import old data files into the new
one. You should end up with a bunch of libraries, each of which will
hold all the objects from the corresponding original data file. Now
you can rearrange objects moving them between libraries to avoid
duplicates. Note that if you have several objects describing the same
entity, say IP network, and each object came from different original
data file, they will all be present in the new database and will
still be used in the rules separately. To eliminate duplication like
this you'll need to find them in the groups and rules using "Find"
and replace manually.
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