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Fincher
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Hi all!

 

I need help, can i watch configuration Global Properties with CLI? If yes, what file i need search in system?

 

Thanks!

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G_W_Albrecht
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Yes, using dbedit, see CLI R81.10 Reference Guide p.227:

   
   dbedit> print <table_name> <object_name>
 

Examples:

-  Print the object My_Obj from the table network_objects (in "Network Objects"):

dbedit> print network_objects my_obj
 

- Print the object firewall_properties from the table properties (in "Global Properties"):

dbedit> print properties firewall_properties
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Description:Prints in XML format the list of attributes of the specified object from the specified table (for example, "network_objects", "properties", "services", "users"). You can export the settings from a Management Server to an XML file that you can use later with external automation systems.

Syntax:

dbedit> printxml <table_name> [<object_name>]

Examples:

Print the object My_Obj from the table network_objects:

dbedit> printxml network_objects my_obj

- Print the object firewall_properties from the table properties (in "Global Properties"):

dbedit> printxml properties firewall_properties

 

ONLY USE DBEDIT FOR VIEWING !!!

CCSE CCTE SMB Specialist

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the_rock
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Hm, good question...Im not aware that you can, but I could be wrong. Anything particular you are looking for?

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Fincher
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All settings in Global Properties. I know there is a file with rules settings, and we can watch with this command in cli - cat $FWDIR/conf/rulebases_5_0.fws

And i think, can i watch Global Properties with special command?

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G_W_Albrecht
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Yes, using dbedit, see CLI R81.10 Reference Guide p.227:

   
   dbedit> print <table_name> <object_name>
 

Examples:

-  Print the object My_Obj from the table network_objects (in "Network Objects"):

dbedit> print network_objects my_obj
 

- Print the object firewall_properties from the table properties (in "Global Properties"):

dbedit> print properties firewall_properties
printxml  
   

 

Description:Prints in XML format the list of attributes of the specified object from the specified table (for example, "network_objects", "properties", "services", "users"). You can export the settings from a Management Server to an XML file that you can use later with external automation systems.

Syntax:

dbedit> printxml <table_name> [<object_name>]

Examples:

Print the object My_Obj from the table network_objects:

dbedit> printxml network_objects my_obj

- Print the object firewall_properties from the table properties (in "Global Properties"):

dbedit> printxml properties firewall_properties

 

ONLY USE DBEDIT FOR VIEWING !!!

CCSE CCTE SMB Specialist

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Fincher
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Thank you a lot!

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