Release Notes: This release fixes netscreen group name translation bugs. Empty groups are not matched in build_rules subs. Comments are output in 'set name' statements in policy id mode for netscreen rulebases. Netscreen rule 'name' strings are added with rule descriptions, and net ranges are translated as ranges. Some default services have been updated with a few new services definitions. 'rr' mode 'nat' defaults have been added, the same as 'yes' defaults with CIDR filter NAT translations switched on.
Release Notes: This release includes much stronger consistency checks against the internal network and service object, and group and rule definitions after each round of processing. The netscreen reader now reads "interface dip" and rule "dip-id" statements and adds appropriate objects and NAT translation rules. Warnings are printed for unknown Cisco object group objects found in policies during the configuration read. NAT SRC DST translations in "rr" mode now support range objects using the range start address only, and network objects are now translated to their network bits only.
Release Notes: This release corrects MIP interface NAT ANY service name and adds nat dst ip statements to NAT tables so that NAT translated addresses from policies can be filtered against in rr mode CIDR filters. This release also correctly reads disabled rules in Netscreen and adds further checks to the rr mode rulebase builders. The Netscreen reader now reads tunnel VPN rules, and these can be used to filter out encrypted traffic in rr mode.
Release Notes: This release adds 'end.' comments to rr mode "enter search INC EX string" instructions as well as the 'exit' menu option and attempts to resolve a looping issue when using Ctrl-C in the Gnome terminal. This release begins the process of automatically resolving Netscreen MIP(ipaddr) objects from interface mip statements and adds them to the NAT tables. This release also resolves issues with incorrect protocol definitions (used when merging between Checkpoint and Netscreen) and reports these. Unknown rule types are now skipped and reported, e.g. Netscreen tunnel rules.