<!-- object_type: admin object_action: add_object --> <H2>SLOP Help: adding a Firewall-1 object</H2> <H3>How to get to this page:</H3> <UL> <LI> Login to SLOP using an account with administrator privledges <LI> Once logged in, select one of your Checkpoint Firewall-1 objects to work with <LI> After you have selected an object and are in the main interface, click the <B>Administration page</B> link under the Internet Security banner. If you do not see this link, you are not logged in with an administrator account. <LI> On the administration page, click the "Add object" link. <LI> On the next page, select an object type of "Checkpoint Firewall-1 firewall" and click the "Select object type" </UL> <H3>Adding a firewall-1 object:</H3> This is the last step to add a firewall into the SLOP system.<P> Fill out the form as follows: <UL> <LI> <B>Company</B>: From the dropdown list you should see the company object previously created for this company. Select this object. One of the things this selection does is set the access list of what users can view the firewall\'s reports. <LI> <B>Firewall name</B>: A descriptive name for the firewall. <LI> <B>Firewall description</B>: A more detailed description of what this firewall object is(maybe physical location, date installed, etc) <LI> <B>Public IP address</B>: This is "virtual" CLM IP address on the logging server which is used by the firewall as it\'s logging server. <LI> <B>Logging server</B>: This dropdown will let you select the logging server that the firewall is using. If for some reason the logging server you are using is not listed, a new log server object can be created from the administration page. </UL> <P> After filling out the form, click the "Add firewall object" button to submit the add request. After submitting the form, SLOP will verify that the entered information name is acceptable and notify you of success or failure. SLOP will start gathering and processing new log data for this firewall object during the next processing window(usually nightly).