01-02-2014 05:28 PM
What does the -c switch to the cli command do?
I am interested in creating a dozen NATs on my SRX 3600: each NAT requires about 6 commands to set up. That doesn't scale very well. What I'd like to do is write a python program to generate a script and then have the SRX run the script. JTAC points me to a solution that uses XML - too complicated for a simple sysadmin like me. However, if the cli -c command does what I think it does, then I could have the python program create a file with each line prefaced by cli -c and have the bash shell execute it. Does that make sense?
Also, the SRX log file analyzer seems like a wonderful idea - I am going to pitch it to my management.
04-30-2014 11:34 AM
Can you please also send me your session analyzer tool(ver Win7 64)?
My email address is : email@example.com
This looks like a great tool, but I can't find any links to download from.
Can you help?
I find this very odd. The links are posted in the original post, and 4-5 posts since then. Here they are yet again however..try to copy and paste the urls. I've made them "links" but for some reason the linked url doesn't follow properly.
Windows 7 64bit
05-06-2014 01:58 PM
Thank you so much for this great tool. I was able to download and run it on my windows.
When I run those filters, I see there are percentage value. are they the CPU utilization or what do those percentages mean?
06-26-2014 07:49 PM
You can use the command
srx> show security flow session | save /var/tmp/session.txt
It will dump session table to session.txt file inside /var/tmp
You can use ftp or scp to get this file downloaded to local system.
enable putty/secure-crt session log
run the command
srx> show security flow session | no-more
Once the command completed, you can get the session dump in putty/secure-crt session log file.
I hope this helps!
02-25-2015 06:20 AM
Any chance of getting these links activated? Do not seem to be live.
Windows 7 64bit
02-25-2015 06:40 AM
See if you can get access into my dropbox
If not, please, send me an email and I try to share with you: firstname.lastname@example.org
09-09-2015 03:05 PM
Can you please send me the Mac version of the SRX session analyzer please ?
Also, is there anything that can do a historical SRX session table report - something like session throughput or average # of sessions for a specified period.