How to - Configure your NetWall to send logs to Cloud Services

Last modified on 26 Mar, 2024. Revision 8

This guide is on how to configure your On-Prem NetWall firewall to work with the Cloud Services Log Ingestion add-on.

The guide uses our example company ShieldIT as <company_name> through the different steps

Setup your NetWall firewall

The NetWall firewall configurations provided within the following instructions enables your firewall to forward log traffic generated by corresponding NetWall firewall towards the Cloud Services via an IPsec tunnel. The IPsec tunnel and all it’s related routing configurations utilizes the Virtual routing capabilities in NetWall to isolate routing configurations from current Firewall setup to avoid any potential routing conflicts.

The easiest way is to use the the script downloaded from the Cloud Services created when enabling the Log Ingestion Add-on, but if that script is lost you can use this template script and modify it according to the instructions below: sase_incenter_logging_configs.sgs

Modifying the template script

Edit above downloaded script file with your favorite text editor

Change following values to the values provided to you by Clavister - values that require change are put as <change me> :

  • IP4Address sase_ic_logging_ip Address=<change me>
  • PSKHex=<change me>


  • IP4Address sase_ic_logging_ip Address=
  • PSKHex=3ccb660224092b7042ebc49bb4d3a91480e9f950a05420bf154f1b124345f0044739a9d018f93234f7e1b527a556347deb64ae6f1f2470a9cdab15c84577044a

Change following value to a NetWall IPv4 address object that corresponds to a local user network address behind the firewall (e.g. LAN Network)

  • LocalNetwork=<change me>


  • LocalNetwork=InterfaceAddresses/LAN1_net

Avoid using an address from CIDR range for this object

Importing and applying the script

Navigate to Status → Maintenance → Import Script

Click on Browse… then select and upload the Script file edited and saved in previous step.

You should get following message:

Success! Execution completed successfully. You can now review and activate your new configuration.


Check tunnel status by navigating to : Status → IPsec


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