fw ctl zdebug drop | grep [ip]

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cpinfo -y all

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ckp_regedit -p 'SOFTWARE/CheckPoint/SIC' | egrep -o '[[:digit:]]{1,3}.[[:digit:]]{1,3}.[[:digit:]]{1,3}.[[:digit:]]{1,3}'

Notes:

  • Alternatively, you can leave off the grep portion of the command to view the SIC certificate

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fw tab -t http_vpnd_cookies -f   !! View currently connected clients
fw tab -t http_vpnd_cookies -x   !! Clear all currently connected clients

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!! Contains the following directories by default
  $FWDIR/conf
  $FWDIR/database
  $CPDIR/conf
  $CPDIR/database

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fwm lock_admin -v         // View locked admins
fwm lock_admin -u <admin>    // Unlock a specific admin
fwm lock_admin -ua            // Unlock all admins

Documentation

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fw unloadlocal

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ip route get <ip>
route -n

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/usr/sbin/dmidecode

Notes:

  • Use '/usr/sbin/dmidecode | grep "Product Name" to view specific hardware name

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lvresize -L 20GB /dev/vg_splat/lv_current         !! Sets the logical volume size
Reboot into maintenance mode   !! View boot menu to see 'Maintenance Mode' option - you do need the expert password.  if your current acct has expert type "passwd root" to reset it.
e2fsck -f /dev/mapper/vg_splat-lv_current
resize2fs /dev/mapper/vg_splat-lv_current
Reboot

Notes:

  • Especially useful for UTMs with small root partitions. Upgrades can fail due to this.

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