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1 Introduction to WatchGuard Dimension™ v1.2 ©2013 WatchGuard Technologies, Inc. WatchGuard Training

2 Introduction to WatchGuard Dimension  What is WatchGuard Dimension?  Deploy WatchGuard Dimension  Set Up WatchGuard Dimension  Configure WatchGuard Dimension  Use WatchGuard Dimension  Support WatchGuard Dimension WatchGuard Training 2

3 What is WatchGuard Dimension? WatchGuard Training 3

4 What is WatchGuard Dimension?  Secure and centralized logging, visibility, and reporting for XTM devices and WatchGuard servers New ways to visualize network data Dashboards with simple drill-down into detailed log and report information Customizable reports that can be ed to different roles in the organization Complements Web UI visibility tools in XTM OS v11.8.x and later Reports available after first summary report period (5 minutes) All reports are on demand all the time  Cloud-ready zero-installation deployment Delivered as a virtual appliance for ESXi (.ova) and Hyper-V (.vhd) Running on 64-bit Linux Driven by PostgreSQL 9.2 Web interface supports most desktop and mobile browsers WatchGuard Training 4

5 Dimension Architecture  Log Collector — Receives logs from devices, aggregates data  Web Services — Serves web application to users and administrators  Log Server — Provides API for log data, provisioning, and automated maintenance  Database — Persistent storage for log and report data WatchGuard Training 5

6 Deploy WatchGuard Dimension WatchGuard Training 6

7 Deployment Requirements  WatchGuard Dimension is distributed as an.ova file for installation on VMware ESXi 5.x. and a.vhd file for installation on Hyper-V. Your VM host must support 64-bit guest operating systems WatchGuard Dimension has been primarily tested on VMWare ESXi hypervisors and Microsoft Hyper-V. It can also be installed in VMware Workstation, Player, Fusion environments, and other Hyper-V platforms, which is a great option for training and demonstration.  WatchGuard Dimension is available on the WatchGuard web site Software Downloads pages. 1. Log in to 2. Browse to Articles & Software. 3. Filter by Software Downloads (excluding Articles and Known Issues). 4. Select WatchGuard Dimension Software Downloads. WatchGuard Training 7

8 Deployment Notes  The Dimension VM default data disk size is 40GB.  The data disk is fully reserved for the log database and the related overhead space required by PostgreSQL.  After the Dimension VM is deployed, the data disk size cannot be reduced.  To limit the size to be less than 40GB and avoid data loss, you must remove and add Hard disk 2 again, before you power on the VM for the first time. WatchGuard Training 8

9 Deployment Notes WatchGuard Training 9  Once your VM is powered on, you see the IP address assigned to Dimension through DHCP.  If you do not have a DHCP server, you must make a console connection to your Dimension VM, and set a static IP address.  Use this this IP address to make an HTTPS connection to Dimension and start the Dimension Setup Wizard.

10 Set Up WatchGuard Dimension WatchGuard Training 10

11 Dimension Requirements  WatchGuard Dimension supports these web browsers: Firefox v22 and later Internet Explorer 9 and later Safari 5 and later Safari on iOS 6 and later Chrome v29 and later Note: The Dimension FireWatch feature requires browser versions that supports HTML5.  You should be able to successfully use WatchGuard Dimension on most mobile phone and tablet devices.  Connect to Dimension in a web browser at https:// WatchGuard Training 11

12 WatchGuard Dimension Setup Wizard  Accept the security warning to continue to connect to WatchGuard Dimension. WatchGuard Training 12

13 WatchGuard Dimension Setup Wizard WatchGuard Training 13  Log in with these credentials: User Name — admin Password — readwrite

14 WatchGuard Dimension Setup Wizard  Make sure you have this information before you start the Setup Wizard: Host name IPv4 address and settings for the eth0 interface Administrator passphrase Log Server Encryption Key WatchGuard Training 14

15 WatchGuard Dimension Setup Wizard  Specify the host name for Dimension  Select the IP address method: Static DHCP  For a static IP address, we recommend that you specify an IPv4 address. WatchGuard Training 15

16 WatchGuard Dimension Setup Wizard  Set the Administrator Passphrase to use to connect to Dimension and manage the Dimension servers.  The Administrator Passphrase must have a minimum of 8 characters. WatchGuard Training 16

17 WatchGuard Dimension Setup Wizard WatchGuard Training 17  Set the Log Server Encryption Key.

18 Send Log Messages to Dimension  WatchGuard Dimension can accept log messages and generate reports for any device that runs Fireware XTM OS.  WatchGuard Dimension can also accept log messages from a WatchGuard Management Server or Quarantine Server. On a Firebox or XTM device, use the IP address and Encryption Key from WatchGuard Dimension when you configure the WatchGuard Log Server settings. On WatchGuard servers, use the same IP address and Encryption Key in the Logging settings.  In some environments, you might use NAT for the HTTPS and WatchGuard logging connections through your XTM device. This changes the IP address you use to connect to WatchGuard Dimension and where you send WatchGuard Logging connections. WatchGuard Training 18

19 Configure Devices to Send Log Messages to Dimension WatchGuard Training 19 Enable Logging For…ReportsDashboards Packet Filter Allowed Logs Web, Packet Filter, Top Client, Application Control Executive, Threat Map, FireWatch Packet Filter Denied Logs Web, Packet Filter, Denied Packet, Top Client, Application Control Security, Threat Map APT Blocker APT Summary and Detail reports, PCI Compliance, Executive Summary PDF Security Intrusion Prevention LogsIPS, Denied PacketSecurity, Threat Map Log when configuration has changedAuthentication, Audit All Proxies: Enable logging for reportsGAV, IPS, SPAM, Application ControlExecutive, Security, Threat Map, FireWatch HTTP Proxies: Enable logging for reportsWeb, Firebox Statistics, REDExecutive, Security, Threat Map, FireWatch FTP Proxies: Enable logging for reportsFirebox StatisticsExecutive, Security, Threat Map, FireWatch SMTP Proxies: Enable logging for reportsSMTP, Firebox StatisticsExecutive, Security, Threat Map, FireWatch POP3 Proxies: Enable logging for reportsPOP3, Firebox StatisticsExecutive, Security, Threat Map, FireWatch WebBlocker Actions Select Categories > Log this action Web AuditExecutive, Security, Threat Map, FireWatch Any alarmsGAV, Alarms

20 After the Wizard…Log In to Dimension WatchGuard Training 20  Multiple super-administrator users can be logged in at the same time  Configuration pages have modes: RO (Read-Only) RW (Read-Write)

21 Configure WatchGuard Dimension WatchGuard Training 21

22 Administration WatchGuard Training 22  The Administration drop-down list includes the menu options to configure Dimension: Schedule Reports Log Server Management Database User Management System Settings

23 Log Server Management — Status WatchGuard Training 23  On the Status page: View the status of the Log Server Stop and start the Log Server

24 Log Server Management — Configuration WatchGuard Training 24  On the Configuration > General page, you configure these settings for the Log Server: Change the Encryption Key Specify the log data deletion settings Back up and restore the Log Server database Specify the Log Server database location

25 Log Server Management — Configuration WatchGuard Training 25  On the Configuration > Notifications page, configure the settings for Failure Events Device Events Message Purge  To send scheduled reports, these settings must be configured  Specify an SMTP server, and enable STARTTLS

26 Log Server Management — Configuration WatchGuard Training 26  On the Configuration > Reporting page, configure the settings for reports: Add Custom Report Templates for report PDFs to specify the:  Header  Footer  Logo Specify the FTP servers where you can send reports Configure settings for ConnectWise Integration

27 Log Server Management — Configuration WatchGuard Training 27  On the Configuration > Logging page, enable logging for the Dimension Log Server.  Select the Log Level for the log messages: Error Warning Info Debug

28 Log Server Management — IP Address Mapping WatchGuard Training 28  On the IP Address Mapping page, configure IP address resolution for dynamically or statically addressed devices.  Some Dimension Dashboards and reports show a name instead of the IP address for the device.  Enable Dynamic IP Address Resolution for devices with dynamic IP addresses.  Add an IP address/name pair to the Static IP Address Map list for devices with static IP addresses.

29 Log Server Management — Diagnostics WatchGuard Training 29  On the Diagnostics page, you can use these diagnostic tools: Purge diagnostic log messages View Process List View Log Server log messages View Log Collector log messages

30 System Settings — Status WatchGuard Training 30  On the System Settings > Status page, you can: Review Dimension system and network settings Manage certificates System Maintenance  Reboot  Upgrade  Restore Returns Dimension to the factory default settings View Connected Users

31 System Settings — Configuration WatchGuard Training 31  On the System Settings > Configuration page, you can: Change the system configuration details Enable Dimension to send feedback to WatchGuard Specify the domain settings

32 System Settings — Configuration WatchGuard Training 32 Configure settings for NTP servers Enable Dimension to save a backup file to a remote FTP server

33 System Settings — Diagnostics WatchGuard Training 33  On the System Settings > Diagnostics page, you can run diagnostic tasks for the Dimension operating system and Dimension server.  Operating System tasks: Ping System Diagnostics Support Access for Diagnostics System Package Update Status Report

34 System Settings — Diagnostics WatchGuard Training 34  Dimension Server tasks: Process Information Task History Log Messages

35 Database WatchGuard Training 35  On the Database page, monitor the status of the Dimension database.  Database Status Current status of the database. Stop and start the database processes.  Process List See all the active Dimension database processes.  Log Messages View the log messages generated each day.  Status Report See statistics for the devices connected to Dimension.

36 Schedule Reports WatchGuard Training 36  Report Schedules Read-Only — View only Read-Write — Add/Edit/Remove scheduled reports  Before scheduled reports can be sent, an SMTP server must be configured in the Log Server Management > Configuration > Notifications settings.

37 Schedule Reports WatchGuard Training 37  Create Schedule > Name & Description settings: Schedule Name Description (optional)

38 Schedule Reports WatchGuard Training 38  Resource Selection Devices:  All Devices  Specify Devices Servers:  All Servers  Specify Servers

39 Schedule Reports WatchGuard Training 39  Destination Selection Must add at least one destination to send the report Send reports in Send reports to a directory on an FTP server Send reports to ConnectWise

40 Schedule Reports WatchGuard Training 40  Report Selection Report Types Time Zone  For report display purposes only. Web-based reports appear in the browser/OS time zone. Report Template  Use any Custom Template that you create Report Aggregation  Single (one report/device)  Combined (one report for all devices) Run Reports  Daily  Weekly  Monthly

41 Executive Summary Report WatchGuard Training 41  Executive Summary Report Sent as a PDF file Specify a logo, header, and footer to customize the report

42 Web Traffic Summary Report WatchGuard Training 42  Web Traffic Summary report Sent as a PDF file Specify a logo, header, and footer to customize the report Report includes the Top Domains chart with the Web Categories (in a pie chart), and removes any byte counts or tabular information

43 User Management  On the User Management page, you can manage the local users that can connect to Dimension.  Add users and assign roles to the users to specify what parts of Dimension each user can get access to.  Enable Dimension to connect to your Active Directory server to get user credentials and group information. WatchGuard Training 43

44 User Management WatchGuard Training 44  Manage Users and Roles Add, edit, or remove users Apply roles:  Read-Only – View-only  Read-Write – Read-write  Active Directory Settings Enable Active Directory Authentication Specify an Active Directory Server

45 User Management  Dimension includes these roles for role-based administration that you can assign to local users: User:  Local authentication  Active Directory User  Active Directory Group Devices — List of devices that send log messages to the Dimension Log Server Roles that apply to all devices:  Super Administrator (All access)  Report Administrator (Schedule reports, manage groups, view logs, view reports) Roles that can be applied to individual devices and groups:  View Logs  View Reports WatchGuard Training 45

46 User Management  Role policies function the same way they do in WSM: User + List of roles + List of Devices  User authentication is similar to WSM: Local user, AD user, AD Group AD requires DNS to resolve DCs by internal domain name  Built-in roles only (no custom roles) Super Administrator  Full access Report Administrator  View logs  View reports  Manage scheduled reports and groups View Logs View Reports  Applied to a list of devices WatchGuard Training 46

47 User Management WatchGuard Training 47  Add a User When you add a user, set the password and select the type of user, which specifies the location of the user account. User types include: Local User AD User AD Group  Select a role for the user: Super Administrator Report Administrator View Logs View Reports  Select devices for the user

48 User Management WatchGuard Training 48  Enable Active Directory Authentication Enable Dimension to connect to your Active Directory server. Specify at least one Active Directory domain. LDAPS must be enabled on your Active Directory server.

49 Use WatchGuard Dimension WatchGuard Training 49

50 Use WatchGuard Dimension  To get the most out of Dimension, make sure to: Select Enable logging for reports in proxy actions on your Firebox and XTM devices. Enable logging of Allowed Packets in all policies on your Firebox and XTM devices. Configure your Firebox and XTM devices and WatchGuard servers to send all log messages to your Dimension Log Server. WatchGuard Training 50

51 Use WatchGuard Dimension  When logging is enabled on your device, you can see details in the subsequent Dimension dashboards and reports. Dashboards only include widgets for available data. WatchGuard Training 51

52 Use WatchGuard Dimension WatchGuard Training 52 Logging Enabled For…DashboardsReports Packet Filter Allowed LogsExecutive, Threat Map, FireWatchWeb, Packet Filter, Top Client, Application Control Packet Filter Denied LogsSecurity, Threat Map Web, Packet Filter, Denied Packet, Top Client, Application Control Advanced Persistent ThreatSecurity APT Summary and Detail reports, PCI Compliance, Executive Summary PDF Intrusion Prevention LogsSecurity, Threat MapIPS, Denied Packet Log configuration changesAuthentication, Audit All ProxiesExecutive, Security, Threat Map, FireWatchGAV, IPS, SPAM, Application Control HTTP ProxiesExecutive, Security, Threat Map, FireWatchWeb, Firebox Statistics, RED FTP ProxiesExecutive, Security, Threat Map, FireWatchFirebox Statistics SMTP ProxiesExecutive, Security, Threat Map, FireWatchSMTP, Firebox Statistics POP3 ProxiesExecutive, Security, Threat Map, FireWatchPOP3, Firebox Statistics WebBlocker ActionsExecutive, Security, Threat Map, FireWatchWeb Audit Any alarmsGAV, Alarms

53 Executive Dashboard WatchGuard Training 53  Executive Dashboard Widgets Top Clients Top Domains Top URL Categories Top Destinations Top Applications Top Application Categories Top Protocols  Click a summary to expand it and see more detail.

54 Security Dashboard WatchGuard Training 54  Security Dashboard Widgets Blocked APT Malware Blocked Clients Blocked Destinations Blocked URL Categories Blocked Applications Blocked Application Categories Blocked Protocols  IPS Signatures  Gateway AntiVirus  Click a summary to expand it and see more detail.

55 Threat Map WatchGuard Training 55  Denied Packets (Blocked)  Intrusion Prevention Service  Web Traffic  Application Control  All Traffic

56 FireWatch WatchGuard Training 56  Sort by: Source Destination Domains Application WebBlocker Protocol  Pivot on: Bytes (Not available for packet filter traffic prior to XTM OS v11.8) Connections  Hover for more detail: Filter further Show connections

57 Log Manager WatchGuard Training 57  Log messages stored in UTC time  Appears in your web browser’s local time

58 Log Search WatchGuard Training 58  Run simple or complex search queries to refine the log messages that appear for the selected Firebox or XTM device.  Filter the search results by log message type: Traffic Alarm Event Diagnostic Statistic All

59 Per Client Reports WatchGuard Training 59  Includes information from proxy log messages about an authenticated user, host name, or an IP address  Detailed activity summary for the selected client and the time range  Specify at least one of these options: User name or ID IP address Host name

60 Per Client Reports  For a Data Loss Prevention report, you can also specify these options: Policy name Rule name (required) WatchGuard Training 60

61 View Reports WatchGuard Training 61  On the Reports tab for a device, group, or server, you can select many of the same reports that are available on your WatchGuard Report Server  On a report, select options to pivot on from the pivot drop-down list  Export the report to a PDF file

62 Use Dimension in Another Language  The Dimension user interface is localized into these languages: French Spanish (Latin America) Japanese Korean Traditional Chinese Simplified Chinese  Explanatory text included in the Executive Summary and Compliance reports is also localized, when you view them in your web browser, or generate a PDF from a web browser view. PDF reports that are generated from a schedule do not include localized text. WatchGuard Training 62

63 Support WatchGuard Dimension WatchGuard Training 63

64 Dimension Support — Console Access  Console shows command line access  Log in with the wgsupport/readwrite credentials Change the password on initial login Account restricted to only find or change the IP address  To set a static IP address, use the command, located in /opt/watchguard/dimension/bin. For example, to set a static IP address of on network /24 with gateway , type: /opt/watchguard/dimension/bin/ - i m 24 -g When given without any options, or with the option --help, the command displays help text. WatchGuard Training 64

65 Dimension Support — Console Access  To find the external IP address, run the ifconfig command.  To find the Eth0 IP address and interface configuration details, run the ip addr show command.  To find the route information for Eth0, run the ip route show command.  Support access for diagnostics is available with a connection restricted by a client-side certificate. WatchGuard Training 65

66 Dimension Support — Known Limitations  Cannot import log files to Dimension  Certificates must use CSR No external private key WatchGuard Training 66

67 Thank You! WatchGuard Training 67

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