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Sapphire

SMB Backup firmware version from CLI

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Im Embedded GAiA WebGUI, i can see the factory firmware version under Devices > System > System Operations. But clish in # show diag only displays the active firmware version. But is there any possible clish command to show it ?

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Sapphire

Seems it is available - have a look at:

pfrm2.0/opt/fw1/bin/firmware_ver.sh

Usage: firmware_ver.sh [-d <url> <image> <chksum>|-r|-v]
        -d : Download from given URL to given path and verify checksum
        -r : Revert to saved image
        -v : Display firmware versions

Expert@seven-eleven]# firmware_ver.sh -v
77 20 80 990172370 /dev/mtd2    77 20 75 990172320 /dev/mtd4

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Since R77.20.85, the 'show diag' command shows the secondary and default image name/version in addition to the current one.

Current system info
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Current image name: R77_990172715_20_85
Current image version: 715
Previous image name: R77_990172701_20_85
Previous image version: 701
Default image name: R77_990172392_20_80
Default image version: 392

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Sapphire

I found it is not # show saved-image - that command does not work....

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Sapphire

Of course, a simple ver gives the active Firmware Version...

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Sapphire

Seems it is available - have a look at:

pfrm2.0/opt/fw1/bin/firmware_ver.sh

Usage: firmware_ver.sh [-d <url> <image> <chksum>|-r|-v]
        -d : Download from given URL to given path and verify checksum
        -r : Revert to saved image
        -v : Display firmware versions

Expert@seven-eleven]# firmware_ver.sh -v
77 20 80 990172370 /dev/mtd2    77 20 75 990172320 /dev/mtd4

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Sapphire

Since R77.20.85, the 'show diag' command shows the secondary and default image name/version in addition to the current one.

Current system info
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Current image name: R77_990172715_20_85
Current image version: 715
Previous image name: R77_990172701_20_85
Previous image version: 701
Default image name: R77_990172392_20_80
Default image version: 392

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Iron

Hi folks, 

I m a bit new in Check Point and i am looking for the CLI command to check the firmware for R77.30, 

I tried the command as you mention in your comment "# firmware_ver.sh -v" but doesn't work 

Ver (work as you can see below)

ver
Product version Check Point Gaia R77.30
OS build 5
OS kernel version 2.6.18-92cp
OS edition 32-bit

 

Thank's for your advices

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Admin
This is from one of the Enterprise appliances that does NOT have "backup firmware."
When you boot the appliance, you can "factory reset" to a given software release, depending on what your appliance was initially imaged with.
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Platinum

On 14x0 appliances:

- Previous image: # firmTool -c /dev/mtd2

- Current image  : # firmTool -c /dev/mtd4

- Default image   : # firmTool -c /dev/mtd6