Companies


Figure 1.  Example Left Navigation Menu

The Companies section of the Content Management System (CMS) contains tools for managing your companies. To begin, expand the Companies section of the left navigation menu (Fig. 1). Here you can access the Search Companies page and the Manage Company menu for the selected company. The Manage Company menu text will reflect the selected company’s name, e.g. “Manage ACME Corporation.”

Search Companies

The Search Companies page allows you to search for existing companies and to select a company to manage.

Add New Company

The Add New Company page allows you to add new companies.  This menu item will not appear for all users.  You must have a Distributor or Reseller account to access this page.

Manage Company Menu


Figure 2.  Example Manage Company Menu

To manage an existing company, select it using the Search Companies page, then use the Manage Company menu (Fig. 2).

Home


Figure 3.  Example Company Home Page

The Home page (Fig. 3) of the Manage Company menu contains a dashboard with the name of the selected company and a list of links to company-related CMS pages that you are likely to use most frequently.

Add New Mako Device

The Add New Mako Device page allows you to add a new Mako Device for the selected company.

Add New User

The Add New User page allows you to add a new user for the selected company.

Information

The Information page allows you to edit the selected company’s details.

Events

The Events page displays an activity log for the selected company.

VPN Cloud

The VPN Cloud page allows you to create and manage VPN Clouds for the selected company.

Metadata

The Metadata page allows you to manage Metadata items specific to the selected company.

Firmware

The Firmware page allows you to manage firmware settings and firmware update windows for the selected company. You can also bulk migrate the company’s Makos to a new firmware stream.

Notes

The Notes page allows you to write notes regarding the selected company, edit the notes, and view a history of changes to the notes.

PCI DSS

The PCI DSS page allows you to manage the selected company’s SAQ Templates and SAQ Groups for use with Mako’s Merchant PCI services. See the PCI DSS Summary documentation for details regarding Merchant PCI services.

Dashboard

The Dashboard link opens the Mako Dashboard website in a new window.

Reports Menu


Figure 4.  Example Reports Menu

The Reports menu (Fig. 4) contains reports pertaining to the selected company.

Network Availability Report

The Network Availability Report page allows you to request a report on uptime and general information across your network.

LAN Devices Report

The LAN Devices Report page allows you to request a report containing information about LAN devices across all Makos in the selected company.

IDS Menu


Figure 5.  Example IDS Menu

The IDS menu (Fig. 5) starts off with only the Select and Sources pages available.  Once you select an IDS Profile to manage, the other items will become available. The IDS menu is only available for certain Mako models with the appropriate license applied.

Select

The Select page allows you to create new IDS Profiles and to select existing IDS Profiles to manage for the selected company.

Setup

The Setup page allows you to manage basic settings for the selected IDS Profile. You can also manually push updates for the profile, rebuild the profile, or delete the profile.

Rules

The Rules page allows you to manage IDS Rule Source Subscriptions and IDS Rule enforcement for the selected IDS Profile.

Events

The Events page allows you to view or export a log of events related to the selected IDS Profile.

Mako Devices

The Mako Devices page displays a list of all Mako Devices subscribed to the selected IDS Profile.

Sources

The Sources page allows you to manage external IDS Rule Sources for the selected company. You can register any source of well-formatted IDS Rules that is available via a URL that the selected Mako can access.

Enterprise Templates Menu


Figure 6.  Example Enterprise Templates Menu

The Enterprise Templates menu (Fig. 6) starts off with only the Select page available.  Once you select an Enterprise Template to manage, the other items will become available.

Select

The Select page allows you to create new Enterprise Templates and to select existing Enterprise Templates to manage.

Setup

The Setup page allows you to manage basic settings for the selected Enterprise Template.  You can also manually push updates for this template, bulk subscribe users to this template, or delete this template.

Firewall

The Firewall page allows you to manage firewall rules for the selected Enterprise Template.

Site Bypass

The Site Bypass page allows you to specify websites that can bypass the Mako Guardian proxy from Makos using the selected Enterprise Template.

DNS

The DNS page allows you to customize how DNS queries from Makos using the selected Enterprise Template are handled.

Remote Syslog

The Remote Syslog page allows you to enable forwarding of Mako system logs (syslogs) for Makos using the selected Enterprise Template to a third party syslog server or security information and event management (SIEM) tools.

SNMP

The SNMP page allows you to enable and configure Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) service for Makos using the selected Enterprise Template.

Mako Devices

The Mako Devices page displays a list of all Mako Devices subscribed to the selected Enterprise Template.

Objects & Profiles Menu

Figure 7.  Example Objects & Profiles Menu

The Objects & Profiles menu (Fig. 7) contains items for managing objects and profiles for the selected company that can be used to facilitate creating firewall rules, VLANs, and Mako managed switch configurations.

Networks

The Networks page allows you to manage VLAN network profiles for the selected company that can then be assigned to specific networks on Mako managed switches.

Switch Port Profiles

The Switch Port Profiles page allows you to manage switch port profiles for the selected company that can then be assigned to specific ports on Mako managed switches.

IP Groups

The IP Groups page allows you to manage IP Groups for the selected company that can then be used when creating Firewall rules.

Service Groups

The Service Groups page allows you to manage Service Groups for the selected company that can then be used when creating Firewall rules.

IPsec Profiles

The IPsec Profiles page allows you to manage IPsec Profiles for the selected company that can then be used when creating IPsec VPN tunnels. An IPsec Profile defines the ciphersuites, lifetimes, and other standard settings necessary to establish a connection.

Custom Settings Menu


Figure 8.  Example Custom Settings Menu

The Custom Settings menu (Fig. 8) contains the Email Settings page.

Email Settings

The Email Settings page allows you to customize email and alert settings for the selected company.

Naming Conventions

The Naming Conventions page allows you to customize Mako Device naming convention settings for the selected company.

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