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Oracle® Database Firewall Administration Guide
Release 5.0

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Administration Console
about, 1.3.1
Appliances tab, 13.2
Dashboard page, 13.1
deciding which to use, 1.3.2
Enforcement Points page, 13.4.1
logging in to, 1.3.3
Manage Logs page, 13.9
network traffic
capturing to file, 13.13.2
viewing, 13.13.1
port number
changing for Database Firewall, 2.4
changing for Management Server, 3.2.1
Protected Databases page, 13.3.1
Syslog Settings page, 13.10
System Settings page, 13.7
Users page, 13.12.1
login and logout policies, 10.2.2
Appliances page
configuring Oracle Database firewalls, 13.2
Appliances tab, 1.3.4
applied_baselines table, B.2.2
components, 1.2.1
high availability resilient pairs, 1.2.2
using Oracle Database Firewall Server, 1.2.1
about, 13.8.1
and disk space limitation, 13.8.1
configuring archive job, 13.8.5
defining destinations, 13.8.2
manual, 13.8.4
port for Windows File Sharing transfer method, 13.8.2
restoring, 13.8.6
scheduling, 13.8.3
Archiving tab, 1.3.4
ArcSight Security Information Event Management (SIEM)
about, 12.1
configuring, 13.10
database audit messages, 12.3.4
deployment procedure, 12.2
enabling interface, 12.2
heartbeat messages, 12.3.2
how the integration works, 12.3.1
login alert messages, 12.3.7
logout alert messages, 12.3.8
message types, 12.3.1
property change messages, 12.3.3
specifying ArcSight server, 12.2
statement alert messages, 12.3.5
statement alert WAF messages, 12.3.6
syslog conversion tables, 12.3
system OS alert messages, 12.3.9
attributes (F5)
traffic log attributes, D.4
Stored Procedure and User Role Audit tables, B.4
stored procedures, 5
user roles, 6


baseline policies
See policies
BIG-IP ASM (Application Security Manager)
about integration, 11.1
benefits of integration with Oracle Database Firewall, 11.2
configuration requirements, 11.4.1
configuring with Database Firewall, 11.4.3
creating logging profile, 11.4.4
custom iRule,
how integration works, 11.3
integration with Oracle Database Firewall, 11.1
iRules syslog messages,
policy settings,
presentation of data in Database Firewall, 11.5.1
sample iRule, 11.4.5
system requirements for integration, 11.4.2
transmitting iRule syslog messages,
used with ArcSight Security Information Event Management (SIEM), 12.1
viewing traffic log, 11.5.2
blocking, IPv6 traffic, A.3
bridge IP addresses
standalone Database Firewall, 2.8
subnet restriction for DPE mode, 2.8


Client IP Addresses
and TCP invited nodes, A.4.2
client program name
security considerations, A.4.3
client-side security, A.4.3
configuring BIG-IP ASM, 11.4.1
configuring Oracle Database Firewalls, 13.2
configuring Oracle Database firewalls, 13.2
configuring protected databases, 13.3, 13.3.1
configuring to third-party systems, 13.10
e-mail example, 13.11.3
e-mail recipients, 13.11.2
e-mail SMTP configuration, 13.11.1
traffic log attributes, D.3


DAM mode, 1.2.2
Dashboard tab, 1.3.4
archiving, 4.5
connections and Database Firewall, A.3
database audit summary messages, C.2.4
Database Policy Enforcement (DPE)
bridge IP address set-up, 2.8
database_user_addresses table, B.2.3
database_users table, B.2.4
Date and Time
setting, 3.2.3
date settings
standalone Database Firewall, 2.2
dictionary table, B.2.5
direct database interrogation (DDI)
about, 9.1
configuring for Microsoft SQL Server databases, 9.2.1
configuring for Sybase SQL Anywhere databases, 9.2.2
disabling, 9.4
enabling, 9.3
disk space
25% free limitation, 13.8.1
dispatcher service
security considerations, A.4.1
doa_approved_edits table, B.4.2
doa_approved_objects table, B.4.3
doa_edit_comments table, B.4.4
doa_edits table, B.4.5
doa_pending_approvals table, B.4.6
doa_tag_definitions table, B.4.7
DPE mode
bridge IP addresses, 2.8


e-mail notifications
configuring recipients, 13.11.2
configuring SMTP server, 13.11.1
example, 13.11.3
security guidelines, A.2.1
enforcement points
configuring on Database Firewall, 2.7
configuring on Management Server, 3.5
definition, 13.4.1, Glossary
pairing, 4.4
Enforcement Points page
monitoring Oracle Database firewalls, 13.4.1
e-mail alert contents, 13.11.3


F5 BIG-IP ASM alerts, C.2.6
forensic database tables
about, B.3.1
forensic tables
traffic_log_queries, B.3.2
traffic_log_query_results, B.3.3


general messages, C.2.1
general security, A.1


heartbeat messages, C.2.2
high availability
about resilient pairs, 1.2.2
configuring resilient pair of firewalls, 4.3
configuring resilient pair of Management Servers, 4.2
viewing settings for Management Server, 4.2.1


IBM DB2 SQL databases, 6.2.5
stored procedure auditing, 5.2.5
user role auditing, 6.2.5
local monitoring, 7.2.1
IPv6, traffic blocked, A.3
iRule syslog messages
BIG-IP ASM command,


keyboard settings, 13.7, 13.7


local monitoring
about, 7.1
database accounts created, 7.2.2
disabling, 7.4
enabling, 7.3
Microsoft SQL Server databases, 7.2.4
Oracle databases, 7.2.3
Sybase ASE databases, 7.2.5
scripts for installing, 7.2.1
archiving log data, 13.8.1
forensic tables, B.3
viewing log files, 13.9
logout alerts, C.2.8


management server
configuring resilient pair, 4.2
swapping primary and secondary, 4.2.2
viewing high availability settings, 4.2.1
Microsoft SQL Server databases
direct database interrogation, 9.2.1
local monitoring, 7.2.4
stored procedure auditing, 5.2.2
user role auditing, 6.2.2
monitoring Oracle Database firewalls, 13.4
Monitoring tab, 1.3.4


NTP time server, 3.2.4
Database Firewall, 2.3


Oracle Database databases
local monitoring, 7.2.3
stored procedure auditing, 5.2.1
user role auditing, 6.2.1
Oracle Database Firewall
adding, 13.2, 13.2
adding Database Firewall to Management Server, 3.4.2
creating a resilient pair, 13.2
integration with BIG-IP ASM, 11.1
NTP time server, 2.3
updating, 4.6
ways to connect to, 1.2.3
Oracle Database Firewall Administration Console
Dashboard page, 11.5.1
displaying BIG-IP ASM data, 11.5.1, 11.5.2
generating BIG-IP ASM WAF reports, 11.5.3
traffic log, 11.5.2
Oracle Database Firewall database schema
See Stored Procedure and User Role Audit database; forensic database; summary database
Oracle Database Firewall Server
architecture using, 1.2.1
Oracle Database Firewall tables, B
Oracle Database Firewall views, B
Oracle Database Firewall with BIG-IP ASM
configuration requirements, 11.4.3
Oracle Database Firewall, standalone
about, 2.1
bridge IP addresses, 2.8
date and time setting, 2.2
enforcement points, 2.7
syslog destinations, 2.6
system settings, 2.4
testing configuration, 2.9
Oracle shared server
security considerations, A.4.1
OS username
security considerations, A.4.3


partner settings
specifying, 3.4.1
guidelines for creating, 13.12.2
policies, 13.12.3
traffic log attributes, D.2
applied_baselines table, B.2.2
archiving, 13.8.1
enforcement point settings, changing, 13.4.4
high availability configuration, 4.4
login and logout policies, 10.2.2
statements database response monitoring, 10.1
statements local monitoring, 7.1
uploading, 2.7, 3.5
port number
changing for Database Firewall, 2.4
changing for Management Server, 3.2.1
property change messages, C.2.3
protected databases
configuring protected databases, 13.3.1
configuring user settings, 13.3.2
protected_database_addresses table, B.2.6
protected_databases table, B.2.7


remote monitoring
about, 8.1
checking status for, 8.2.3
disabling, 8.3
installing, 8.2
options for running script, 8.2.2
running, 8.2.2
Reporting tab, 1.3.4
compliance settings, 13.3.1
direct database interrogation, 9.1
e-mail notification, 13.7
Management Server failing, 4.1.1
protected_databases table, B.2.7
remote monitoring, 8.1
scheduled reports, 13.7
Stored Procedure and User Role Audit tables, B.4.1
traffic_summaries table, B.2.14
See also Oracle Database Firewall tables
resilient pair
configuring, 4.3
of firewalls, 4.3
of management servers, 4.2
resilient pairs
about, 1.2.2
creating, 3.4.3
of management servers, 4.1.2


scheduling archives, 13.8.3
schema, securelog, B.1
secure log access
setting for Management Server, 3.2.2
setting for standalone Database Firewall, 2.5
securelog schema, about, B.1
client-side context information, A.4.3
database access handling, A.3
encryption, A.2.1
multiple databases on shared listener, A.4.3
Oracle shared server and dispatchers, A.4.1
recommendations, A.1
TCP invited nodes, A.4.2
server certificate, 3.3.2
shared listener
security considerations, A.4.3
SMTP server, configuring for e-mail, 13.11.1
sources table, B.2.8
types not captured by Database Firewall, A.2.2
SQL Anywhere
See Sybase SQL Anywhere
SQL Server
See Microsoft SQL Server
statement alerts, C.2.5
Stored Procedure and User Role Audit tables
about, B.4.1
doa_approved_objects, B.4.3
doa_edits, B.4.5
doa_pending_approvals, B.4.6
doa_tag_definitions, B.4.7
Stored Procedure and User Role tables
doa_approved_edits, B.4.2
doa_edit_comments, B.4.4
stored procedure auditing (SPA)
about, 5.1
ArcSight syslog messages, 12.3.4
disabling, 5.4
enabling on Database Firewall, 5.3
installing ODBC driver for Linux
Sybase SQL Anywhere databases,
setting user permissions
IBM DB2 SQL databases, 5.2.5
Microsoft SQL Server databases, 5.2.2
Oracle databases, 5.2.1
SQL Anywhere databases, 5.2.5
Sybase ASE databases, 5.2.3
Sybase SQL Anywhere databases,
Stored Procedure and User Role Audit tables, B.4
Summarize Now button
traffic log files, 13.9
summary tables
about, B.2.1
applied_baselines, B.2.2
database_user_addresses, B.2.3
database_users, B.2.4
dictionary, B.2.5
protected_database_addresses, B.2.6
protected_databases, B.2.7
relationship diagram, B.2.15
sources, B.2.8
summary_clusters, B.2.9
summary_records, B.2.10
summary_sessions, B.2.11
summary_statement_attributes, B.2.12
traffic_events, B.2.13
traffic_summaries view, B.2.14
summary_clusters table, B.2.9
summary_records table, B.2.10
summary_sessions table, B.2.11
summary_statement_attributes table, B.2.12
Sybase ASE databases
local monitoring, 7.2.5
stored procedure auditing, 5.2.3
user role auditing, 6.2.3
Sybase SQL Anywhere databases
direct database interrogation, 9.2.2
installing ODBC driver for Linux
stored procedure auditing,
user role auditing,
stored procedure auditing, setting permissions,
user role auditing,
syslog destinations
configuring, 3.2.5
syslog messages
about, C.1
alerts, C.1
database audit summary messages, C.2.4
F5 BIG-IP ASM alerts, C.2.6
format, C.2
general messages, C.2.1
heartbeat messages, C.1, C.2.2
logout alerts, C.2.8
property change messages, C.2.3
size limits, C.2
statement alerts, C.2.5
statistics, C.1
when refreshed, C.1
system settings, 3.2.1
configuring, 13.7
System tab, 1.3.4


TCP invited nodes
security considerations, A.4.2
third-party products used with Oracle Database Firewall, 1.2.4
third-party systems
configuring connectors, 13.10
time settings
standalone Database Firewall, 2.2
traffic log attributes, D
attributes (F5), D.4
context, D.3
performance, D.2
transaction status, D.1
traffic logs
BIG-IP ASM, 11.5.2
free disk space limitation, 13.8.1
Summarize Now button, 13.9
traffic_events table, B.2.13
traffic_log_queries table, B.3.2
traffic_log_query_results table, B.3.3
traffic_summaries view, B.2.14
transaction status
traffic log attributes, D.1


upgrades, swapping Management Servers, 4.2.2
user accounts
about, 13.12.1
created from Management Server, 13.12.1
creating, 13.12.2
database_user_addresses table, B.2.3
database_users table, B.2.4
password policies, 13.12.3
separation of duty guideline, 13.12.1
tracing changes to, 13.12.1
user permissions
stored procedure auditing, 5.2
user role auditing, 6.2.1
user role auditing (URA)
about, 6.1
ArcSight syslog messages, 12.3.4
disabling, 6.4
enabling on Database Firewall, 6.3
installing ODBC driver for Linux
Sybase SQL Anywhere databases,
setting user permissions
Microsoft SQL Server databases, 6.2.2
Oracle databases, 6.2.1
SQL Anywhere databases, 6.2.5
Sybase ASE databases, 6.2.3
Sybase SQL Anywhere databases,
Stored Procedure and User Role Audit database tables, B.4


Web Application Firewall (WAF)
about, 11.1
defined, 1.2.4
reports in BIG-IP ASM, 11.5.3
Windows file sharing
archiving transfer method, recommended port, 13.8.2