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Sureshkumar7030
Explorer

Need to know management server ip

Hi,

 

After we login to the firewall gateway, which command is used to view the management server ip

 

 

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Chris_Atkinson
Employee
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"cplic print" is one method assuming you've been using central licensing.

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Bob_Zimmerman
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That method works if using central licensing, and can be useful if communications between the firewall and management server are broken.

'netstat -an | grep 18192' works if the firewall and management server are able to communicate, regardless of license status.

$FWDIR/conf/masters has the name of the management server in it, and I think that name gets added to /etc/hosts, so that may work regardless of license or connection status. I only have a standalone handy at the moment, so I'm not absolutely sure on this one.

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Sureshkumar7030
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Thanks 

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Tal_Paz-Fridman
Employee
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Hi,

You could also try the following command:

grep ICAip $CPDIR/registry/HKLM_registry.data

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Jarvis_Lin
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tcpdump -nni any port 257

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