I am new to Checkpoint CLI and I want to organize and view certain things.
How would I be able to view all network objects, rules, etc?
I guess what commands would I use?
The answer is largely version dependent.
If your management is R80+, then I'd start with the mgmt_cli tool, documented here: Check Point - Management API reference
If you're using R77.30 and earlier, then I'd start with the dbedit command, documented here: Command Line Interface R77
I would also have a look through the Developers (Code Hub) space, which has a lot of discussion on the API/CLI.
What is the checkpoint equal-ant command to cisco command show running-config ?
From an OS perspective (network/routing), you can use the the clish command show configuration.
Depending on the version, you may not be able to use this (as is) to recreate the running configuration.
For the security gateway functions, there is no equivalent to show running-config on Cisco IOS.
This configuration is only stored on the local gateway in compiled form and cannot easily be dumped.
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