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5. It is always a good idea to log any malicious packets that hit the firewall, and you can choose how verbose you want to be. In Figure 23-7, you can see that we ve chosen to see all traffic that we have not explicitly allowed onto our network.
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Figure 23-7: Enabling logging 6. When you are happy with the configuration, click Next to save and continue to commit your firewall (see Figure 23-8).
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Figure 23-8: Saving your configuration Once saved, your firewall configuration will be implemented. If you notice any strange behavior on your network after this, check the logs on your firewall for dropped packets.
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Firewalls are the first step in protecting your network. They are sometimes all that stand between you and crackers. Many organizations incorporate a multitier, multivendor firewall solution to provide as much security as possible. Keep two things in mind: The first and most important rule of firewall building is to design it first! Sit down with the relevant departments in your organization to see what is needed and then come up with a conceptual diagram that describes what you need to do before typing a single rule. And remember, deny all, and then enable specific services that are needed. Better that than leave a massive backdoor in your firewall.
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