Change Management Pack.#This Playbook is part of the
Supported Cortex XSOAR versions: 6.1.0 and later.
If you are using PAN-OS/Panorama firewall and Jira as a ticketing system, this playbook will be a perfect match for your change management for firewall process. This playbook is triggered by fetch from Jira and will help you manage and automate your change management process.
This playbook uses the following sub-playbooks, integrations, and scripts.
- PAN-OS create or edit policy
- Panorama Query Logs
This playbook does not use any integrations.
|Provide a summary for your firewall request.
|The email of the security team that approves the firewall requests.
|Log type to query. Can be: traffic, threat, wildfire, url or data-filtering.
|The query string by which to match criteria for the logs. This is similar to the query provided in the web interface under the Monitor tab when viewing the logs.
|By providing YES to this input, the requested firewall rule will be tested in your test environment.
|Firewall source zone.
|Firewall destination zone.
|The instance name of the firewall in the DEV environment for testing the new rule.
|The action for the change request
|The IP protocol.
|Log forwarding profile.
|A profile setting group.
|A comma-separated list of service object names for the rule.
|A comma-separated list of application object names for the rule to create.
|Name of the rule to create.
|Set the description of the ticket.
|The time the log was generated from the timestamp and prior to it. For example: "2019/08/11 01:10:44".
|Pre rule or Post rule (Panorama instances).
|The closing status in Jira is changing in the project templates. Please provide the relevant closing status if the issue was rejected.
|The closing status in Jira is changing in the project templates. Please provide the relevant closing status if the issue was approved.
|Target number of the firewall. Use only for a Panorama instance.
|Target vsys of the firewall. Use only for a Panorama instance.
|Max number of API requests that the
PanoramaSecurityPolicyMatchWrapper script will send.
The default is 500.
There are no outputs for this playbook.