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Kennethwilliams
Explorer

How to run cpview on your hardware appliances when in VSX?

Hello,

After switching Maestro both r80.20 and r81.10. I am wondering in classic VSX environment, what is the CLI command to switch between the VSX host running your virtual appliances?

On maestro, one can jump between the SGM/Chassis/HW, by running the CLI command m 1_1 or m 1_2 command, then you can start CPVIEW on each hardware.    MyAccountAccess

What is equivalent in VSX? And how to run cpview on your hardware appliances when in VSX?  

Thanks in advance! 

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PhoneBoy
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The command vsenv X will change VS contexts.
Which, it turns out, is required to see cpview stats for a given VS: https://support.checkpoint.com/results/sk/sk101878

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donkyhotes
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@PhoneBoy wrote:

The command vsenv X will change VS contexts.
Which, it turns out, is required to see cpview stats for a given VS: Car Gameshttps://support.checkpoint.com/results/sk/sk101878


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Chris_Atkinson
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SSH to each appliance then change to the VS context as indicated by Phoneboy

See also:

https://community.checkpoint.com/t5/Security-Gateways/switching-between-hosts-in-VSX/td-p/184080

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