Hello fellow engineers!
I'm in the process of a firewall audit in my environment and I've got a lot of address objects configured. I'd like to trim the list down and get rid of addresses that are no longer valid (as in haven't been used in over a year). Is something like this possible?
I saw this link about a Perl Script, but it doesn't seem promising.
Are there any other methods where I could get an accurate view of object usage?
If this has been addressed in a previous thread, please direct me there. I couldn't find anything in my initial search.
There are two types of objects that I want to clean up - objects that are not in a policy and objects that are in a policy and are not being utilized over a certain amount of time.
It's tough to gather this data from the Palos because the address objects only exists as objects in the Objects tab. Once they're a part of a session the Palo can't record them as individual objects, but as just a part of a session.
I'm reaching total object limitations and looking to sift through the data to remove as much as possible that's no longer being used.
Thanks for all of the suggestions. I appreciate. it.
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