Does Check Point have an equivalent to the Cisco startup config that can be checked?
I understand that you can issue a "show configuration" to see what I understand to be the equivalent of the "show running-config" on a Cisco device.
I ask this as I know that you need to save the config in order for it to be kept in the event of a reboot and I would like to be able to monitor this status.
We use Solarwinds for our configuration monitoring on Cisco devices and that compares the Startup-config to the running-config to check if there are any unsaved changes and perform a diff on these. It would be nice if there was an equivalent way to do the same with the Check Points.
I understand that the "show config-state" command will show me if there are unsaved changes, but not allow me to compare those changes.