Yes, You can run this script on Standalone Deployment as well.
No, You should run the logcollector script on Gateways or Standalone setups only.
Every command which will keep running amid log collection is not CPU intensive. You can refer to User Guides to know how to stop the script whenever required. We have run our scripts on multiple systems and never confronted any execution issue. However, it is firmly proposed that you run the command with legitimate care on the production network.
At this moment we are accepting DeviceLogs.txt file.Output file with the name DeviceLogs.txt will be stored in /var/log/LogScript folder on your Check Point Gateway. You need to upload DeviceLogs.txt file in your FWHealth Dashboard to download the PDF report. Visit fwhealth.in to register your account and login to your dashboard to generate the health report of your firewall device. You can also upload a Zip file, but make sure to keep DeviceLogs.txt.zip as a file name.
We have tested our script output for both SPLAT and GAIA. However,
there is no support for IPSO as of now.
There is no hard and fast rule. But for greater visibility over your Firewall devices, we will highly recommend generating the report at least once in three months to keep checking the wellbeing of your firewall devices.
We gather a variety of data by utilizing standard Check Point and Linux commands. You can simply check the output in DeviceLogs.txt and see what all information we have captured. A portion of the sample commands which we run are: fw tab - t connections, fw ver, netstat, fwaccel and so on.
Please, write to firstname.lastname@example.org , One of our engineers will get back to you with additional information.
No. Currently, our script supports standard Check Point firewall gateways only. If you are looking for health report on VSX Gateways, We request you to write an email to email@example.com