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How to find generic-object that is not defined in the API?

Question asked by Kim Moberg on May 2, 2018
Latest reply on May 3, 2018 by Robert Decker

Hi Team

 

Where can I read out the available object name used in the below example to create a interoperable device?

Is it found in dbedit editor?

 

mgmt_cli -s id.txt add generic-object create "com.checkpoint.objects.classes.dummy.CpmiGatewayPlain" name "interdev_2" ipaddr "10.1.1.2" thirdPartyEncryption "True" osInfo.osName "Gaia" vpn.create "com.checkpoint.objects.classes.dummy.CpmiVpn" vpn.owned-object.vpnClientsSettingsForGateway.create "com.checkpoint.objects.classes.dummy.CpmiVpnClientsSettingsForGateway" vpn.owned-object.vpnClientsSettingsForGateway.owned-object.endpointVpnClientSettings.create "com.checkpoint.objects.classes.dummy.CpmiEndpointVpnClientSettingsForGateway" vpn.owned-object.vpnClientsSettingsForGateway.owned-object.endpointVpnClientSettings.owned-object.endpointVpnEnable "True" vpn.owned-object.ike.create "com.checkpoint.objects.classes.dummy.CpmiIke" vpn.owned-object.sslNe.create "com.checkpoint.objects.classes.dummy.CpmiSslNetworkExtender" vpn.owned-object.sslNe.owned-object.sslEnable "False" vpn.owned-object.sslNe.owned-object.gwCertificate "defaultCert" manualEncdomain $vpn_enc_domain encdomain "MANUAL"

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