Sophos UTM tcpdump information can be very useful in troubleshooting connectivity issues. In this article, I will show you how to use the tcpdump command on Sohpos UTM to verify if syslog packets are leaving your Sophos UTM appliance.
When you have an active-passive Sophos UTM cluster, the configuration is synchronized between the nodes, but if the Master fails, it may not sync all the log data to the Slave node. From the WebUI, there is no method to view the files on the Slave device, yet those log files can contain information about the cause of the failure. This guide takes you through how to retrieve log files from a Sophos UTM cluster slave node and copy the file(s) to your local machine for analysis.
If your Fastvue Reporter server ever encounters a failure or any other form of unplanned or planned downtime, you will not receive the incoming log data during that time, and may lose the ability to report on that period. In this guide, I will go through the basic configuration required to deploy Fastvue Reporter in a high availability cluster deployment using Windows Failover Clustering.
Configure sandboxing with Sophos Sandstorm in Sophos UTM and Sophos XG. Learn the benefits of this new feature, and how it will provide additional security to your network.
When you are deploying physical Sophos UTM appliances, the Up2Date process may fail due to a disk space shortage. This typically happens if you have a large number of updates that are outstanding. This article covers how to resolve this issue.
Google's QUIC protocol is designed to make the web faster and more efficient. Unfortunately, Firewalls do not currently recognize QUIC traffic as web traffic, leaving a gaping hole in your network's security and reporting capabilities. This article describes how QUIC works, its current consequences on network security and reporting, and how you can resolve the issues associated with QUIC.
This guide steps through configuring and connecting a Sophos SG to an Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) via Site-to-Site VPN.
The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming into effect May 25, 2018, so we are clarifying how Fastvue will comply with the GDPR moving forward. Administrative headaches aside, the GDPR is a tremendous step in the right direction, and as a global business it is important that we align our data practices with the high standards set by the GDPR. Here is an outline of how we are ensuring GDPR compliance by May 25th, 2018:
You can use custom categories not only for recategorizing websites in Sophos XG, but also for allowing or denying access to specific sites for certain users. They can also be used to reclassify the browsing 'productivity' for certain users when viewing Internet usage reports in Fastvue Sophos Reporter. For example, you can use them to classify lingerie sites as 'productive' for people in a retail lingerie department or to classify social media sites as 'productive' for people in the marketing department. There are a couple of "gotchas" in doing this, and I will explain how to avoid them while taking you through the process.