NS2Html is a tool that converts configuration files extracted from Netscreen devices into friendly HTML rulebases. It has an intuitive Tk GUI for *nix and Windows. It has been tested on devices from the ns100 to the isg5200.
|Tags||Security Networking Firewalls|
Release Notes: This release has an option for backing up your config file. It has an option for logging NS2HTML executions. Log types are defined in ns2html.cfg in the "etc" directory.The default log level is "1". Two command line options have been added: the -l option defines the log level, and the -b option backs up your conf when NS2HTML runs. Now all scripts are stored in the "subs" directory inside the "bin" directory. Some minor fixes were made.
Release Notes: This release fixes support for UTF8 Latin characters and adds commandline processing: -c to load your Netscreen configuration file, -d to load the destination directory of your HTML rulebase, and -o to open automatically the rulebase in a browser after process execution.
Release Notes: This release corrects coding errors in the AddrCreator sub. Redundant groups were not correctly processed. Secondary IP support and Redundant groups of interfaces are now shown correctly.
Release Notes: NS2HTML now recognize all protocol numbers described on http://www.iana.org/assignments/protocol-numbers. Routes for tunnel interfaces are now supported. An error when "set route" commands were processed was corrected. The code was ignoring the "set route ... tunnel" commands. ICMP services were described using port 0 in the "Src Port" column and 65535 in "Dst Port". Now they are filled with "-". Other minor bugs were also corrected.
Release Notes: This release has a new "Routes" page. Now the routing table is available in HTML format. Disabled rules are now printed in an orange color on the rulebase (which is easier to find). The index and interface pages have better visualization. The default service pages have been corrected. Some minor bugs were corrected.