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Check SIC status without SmartConsole on Management

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Hello,

 

I'm looking for Checking Sic Status on CLI instead of Smartconsole.

I know how to set it on CLI on Management side. push cert commands

I know how to set it on CLI on Gateway side. cp_conf commands.

I know how to check status on CLI on Gateway side. cp_conf commands.

 

 

Do we have a way to "Test Sic Status" on CLI on a GAIA management (with 28 firewalls associated).

 

regards,

Anthony Joubaire

 

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You could run some innocent commend like ver from SMS following sk101047: How to manage Security Gateway using the "cprid_util" tool - cprid_util needs a working SIC, so it will fail if it is not established. The sk also shows how to send it to several GWs at once...

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You could run some innocent commend like ver from SMS following sk101047: How to manage Security Gateway using the "cprid_util" tool - cprid_util needs a working SIC, so it will fail if it is not established. The sk also shows how to send it to several GWs at once...

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P.S.: Nice tool to do that is found here:

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Hi Anthony,

The quickest way would be to use the cpconfig command:

1. Connect to the command line on the Security Gateway / Cluster member (over SSH, or console). 

Note: For cluster, perform this procedure on Standby member first and then on the Active.

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It should say "Trust Established" as highlighted in blue below:

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I hope this helps.

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Did you read the title ? It is : Check SIC status without SmartConsole on Management.

Did you read the users question at all ? It went : I know how to check status on CLI on Gateway side. cp_conf commands.

So he wants to know how to check SIC of GWs from SMS CLI !