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Aman_Choubey
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Not Able To Find the Serial Number

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Hi Every One.

I have a  UTM-1 570 and i want to get the Serial no of the device.But i am not able to do that.

Please suggest the CLI command to get the serial no of the unit.

thanks in advance.

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Vladimir
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PhoneBoy
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First of all, it would help if you had posted this in the correct space (should be Enterprise Appliances).
Given this is a UTM-1 570, it's highly likely this is running SPLAT, which I don't believe had a command to show the serial number.
Also, I recall some older appliances didn't have serial numbers burned into EEPROM or similar.

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Vladimir
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Aman_Choubey
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I tried this and it's not showing the Serial no of the Unit.

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Vladimir
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Ok then, go to the "Expert" mode and execute:

dmiparse | grep ‘Serial Number’ 

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Aman_Choubey
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i also tried this,but no luck.
dmiparse |grep 'Serial Number'
Serial Number:
Serial Number:
Serial Number:
this is the output
Vladimir
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how about running this from the "Expert" mode: 

system_info System Information

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Aman_Choubey
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for this,the output is:-
UTM-1
Not supported for this system
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Vladimir
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Then in clish>

show asset hardware

 

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Aman_Choubey
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No, still no luck
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Vladimir
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What OS are you running on that UTM unit?

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PhoneBoy
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First of all, it would help if you had posted this in the correct space (should be Enterprise Appliances).
Given this is a UTM-1 570, it's highly likely this is running SPLAT, which I don't believe had a command to show the serial number.
Also, I recall some older appliances didn't have serial numbers burned into EEPROM or similar.
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Aman_Choubey
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thank you for the information.
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Aman_Choubey
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we are running on GAIA 77.10
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Maarten_Sjouw
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You could use 'cpstat os'
This should give version info and info about the hardware, including serial number.
If that fails lookup the mac address of the Mgmt interface and look this up in the usercenter, there the serial number should also be mentioned.
Regards, Maarten
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Aman_Choubey
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i got only"SVN Foundation Build Number:"
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Maarten_Sjouw
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then again maybe pops up the question why would you need the serial number?
All equipment is registered by the Mgmt MAC address within Check Point, also the licenses.
Regards, Maarten
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Aman_Choubey
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yaa! but we are collecting the details for asset management only.
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UTM 570 went completely out of support on 1-Apr-2017 - so regarding asset management, all we could do is recycle them, but not look at the serial... But maybe you want to play the serial number in the lottery ? 😁

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