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How do I configure the global variables of Panda GateDefender Integra?

Information applies to:

Products
Panda GateDefender Integra 100
Panda GateDefender Integra 300

After enabling the IPS protection, you can define the global IPS configuration variables.

The global variables are used to improve the performance of the IPS, thereby reducing false positives. A false positive is when the IPS engine detects an action as an intrusion attack that is not actually an attack.

For each type of network, server or service, it is possible to include the IP addresses considered necessary and which will not be included in the list of intrusions, thereby reducing the number of false positives.

The types of networks, servers and services that can be configured in Panda GateDefender Integra are the following: Internal network, external network, DNS servers, SMTP servers, HTTP servers, SQL servers, TELNET servers, SNMP servers and AIM servers.

 

Steps to configure the global IPS configuration variables

  1. Click on the Address settings link next to each element that can be configured: Internal network, External network, DNS servers, SMTP servers, HTTP servers, SQL servers, TELNET servers, SNMP servers and AIM servers.
  2. A new window called IP addresses opens, where you can configure the IP addresses you want:

    • In the Addresses section, you can carry out the following operations:

      • Add: Allows you to include the IP addresses you want in each case, separated by commas.
      • Import: Click on Import to import the list of IP addresses.
      • Export: Click on Export to export the list of IP addresses.
      • Modify: The Modify button allows you to change the IP addresses previously added.
      • Delete: Click on Delete to remove IP addresses previously added.
    • In the Groups section, you can perform the following operations with the groups of IP addresses you want to configure:
    • Add: Allows you to include the IP addresses you want in each case, separated by commas. If you are adding a new group of IP addresses, you will have the following options:

      • IP group:
      • Name: Name of the group of IP addresses.
      • IPs included: Click on Add IP for the IPs you want to add: IP defined, Groups defined, Use wildcard (*), Use range, IP/mask, IP mask.

        You can also include comments of up to 255 characters.
    • Import: Allows you to import the list of IP addresses.
    • Export: Click on Export to export the list of IP addresses.
    • Modify: The Modify button allows you to change the IP addresses previously added.
    • Delete: This button allows you to remove IP addresses previously added.
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