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Thread: How Do I Find Out The Virtual IP Of the ClusterXL firewall?

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    Default How Do I Find Out The Virtual IP Of the ClusterXL firewall?

    Under the nodes in the smartdashboard, I can only see the physical ip of the firewall as well and the management server under "Nodes". I dont see the virtual ip being displayed.

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    Default Re: How Do I Find Out The Virtual IP Of the ClusterXL firewall?

    What about topology menu? It should be visible there.

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    Default Re: How Do I Find Out The Virtual IP Of the ClusterXL firewall?

    cli alternative, 'cphaprob -a if'

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    Default Re: How Do I Find Out The Virtual IP Of the ClusterXL firewall?

    Quote Originally Posted by laf_c View Post
    What about topology menu? It should be visible there.
    what do you mean by the toplogy menu? In the management server?

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    Default Re: How Do I Find Out The Virtual IP Of the ClusterXL firewall?

    Quote Originally Posted by custom View Post
    what do you mean by the toplogy menu? In the management server?
    In the Smartdashboard/Console, doubleclick on the Cluster object, go to Topology -> Edit and you will be able to see both the physical interface addresses as well as Cluster VIP's.
    Or as I wrote, ssh to one of the cluster nodes and run the 'cphaprob -a if' which will also print out the VIP's.

    I guess you could see it via Smartview monitor as well, don't have one close by, so can't verify right now.

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    Default Re: How Do I Find Out The Virtual IP Of the ClusterXL firewall?

    hmmm.... it is under general properties when you double click the cluster

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    Default Re: How Do I Find Out The Virtual IP Of the ClusterXL firewall?

    Quote Originally Posted by custom View Post
    hmmm.... it is under general properties when you double click the cluster
    Well yes, thats one of the cluster VIP's. I assume you have more than one clustered interface though :-)

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    Default Re: How Do I Find Out The Virtual IP Of the ClusterXL firewall?

    Quote Originally Posted by abusharif View Post
    Well yes, thats one of the cluster VIP's. I assume you have more than one clustered interface though :-)
    If you are running clusterXL, all clustered interfaces should have VIP defined in the topology tab on cluster object. Some other interfaces without VIP will be marked as "private" or "Sync".
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