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oharek
2016-02-19, 15:28
Hello,

What command can I run to check if my Checkpoint IP690 install is standalone or distributed


regards,
Kevin

jflemingeds
2016-02-19, 17:45
cpconfig

if you see GUI clients then its standalone.


cpprod_util CPPROD_GetKeyValues products 0

that should be a less interactive way. I think if it shows Management and firewall then its standalone.


i'm assuming you already know if the firewall blade is installed or not.

oharek
2016-02-19, 18:01
cpconfig

if you see GUI clients then its standalone.


cpprod_util CPPROD_GetKeyValues products 0

that should be a less interactive way. I think if it shows Management and firewall then its standalone.


i'm assuming you already know if the firewall blade is installed or not.


FW-NIWS1[admin]# cpprod_util CPPROD_GetKeyValues products 0
FW1
UAG
VSXCMP
V40CMP
NGXCMP
CPinfo


Still not sure if its standalone or distributed - any clues?

Thanks
Kevin

jflemingeds
2016-02-20, 05:29
Well that wasn't super helpful.

Try cpconfig and look for gui clients.

oharek
2016-02-22, 12:01
I don't see any GUI clients - here is a screenshot

Configuration Options:
----------------------
(1) Licenses and contracts
(2) SNMP Extension
(3) Group Permissions
(4) PKCS#11 Token
(5) Random Pool
(6) Secure Internal Communication
(7) Enable cluster membership for this gateway
(8) Disable Check Point SecureXL
(9) Configure Check Point CoreXL
(10) Automatic start of Check Point Products

(11) Exit

ShadowPeak.com
2016-02-22, 12:33
I don't see any GUI clients - here is a screenshot

Configuration Options:
----------------------
(1) Licenses and contracts
(2) SNMP Extension
(3) Group Permissions
(4) PKCS#11 Token
(5) Random Pool
(6) Secure Internal Communication
(7) Enable cluster membership for this gateway
(8) Disable Check Point SecureXL
(9) Configure Check Point CoreXL
(10) Automatic start of Check Point Products

(11) Exit

That system is only a security gateway, you have a distributed setup with a separate management server elsewhere.

oharek
2016-02-22, 17:40
Excellent news - thanks for that advice