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how to show connections for VS1 and VS2 using CPViewInsights

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Can you let me know how to see the number of connections in each VS, using CPViewInsight ?

At this time, we only see the number of connection for VS0

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Re: how to show connections for VS1 and VS2 using CPViewInsights

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I find the limitation:

VSX Gateway
  • History Mode is currently not fully supported - only the information from the context of VSX machine itself (VS0) is recorded.

 

in sk101878: CPViewUtility

And in Check Point VSX Administration Guide R80.20 p.362 :

Syntax: fw ctl debug -m fw + {all | <List of Debug Flags>} 

connstats 

Connections statistics for Evaluation of Heavy Connections in CPView (see 

sk105762 http://supportcontent.checkpoint.com/solutions?id=sk105762) 

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Re: how to show connections for VS1 and VS2 using CPViewInsights

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I find the limitation:

VSX Gateway
  • History Mode is currently not fully supported - only the information from the context of VSX machine itself (VS0) is recorded.

 

in sk101878: CPViewUtility

And in Check Point VSX Administration Guide R80.20 p.362 :

Syntax: fw ctl debug -m fw + {all | <List of Debug Flags>} 

connstats 

Connections statistics for Evaluation of Heavy Connections in CPView (see 

sk105762 http://supportcontent.checkpoint.com/solutions?id=sk105762) 

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