Re: Sonic Wall .exp format?



I found a few .exp files by googling and decoded them. They are
indeed base64 and in this format:

option1=off&addr1=0.0.0.0&someotheroption=on&someotheroption1=true

etc... No line terminators.

On Tue, Aug 18, 2009 at 16:48, Ben Greenfield<bcg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Is anyone familiar with the Sonic Wall .exp format?  I've done some
Google searches, and it sounds like it's just a base 64 encoded plain
text file.  I have a Sonic Wall config in plain text that I'd like to
convert to the .exp format, without access to the Sonic Wall device
itself.  I'd like to feed the .exp file to a tool that expects the
.exp format.

I took the plain text file and stripped out the newline characters
with awk and then base 64 encoded that with openssl, but I have the
feeling that some important formatting is being lost (or that the .exp
format maybe isn't base64).

Has anyone got a good method for converting a plain text Sonic Wall
config into a .exp without losing that formatting?

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