Checkpoint VSX commands:

  1. Change the context to a different virtual device:

set virtual system <vsid>

vsenv

Example: set virtual system 3

2. Showing virtual devices on VSX gateway:

show virtual system all

3.  Reset SIC for VS id:

vsx sic reset <id>

4. Unload a policy from VS:

fw -vs id unloadlocal

vsenv <id>; fw vsx sicreset

5. View state tables for virtual system <id>. Second line applies to VSX on R75.40VS and up

fw tab -vs <id> -t <table>

vsenv <id>; fw tab -t <table>

6. View HA state for Virtual System id when “Per Virtual System HA” mode is configured.

cphaprob -vs <id> state

7.View traffic for virtual system with ID <id>. Attn: with fw monitor use -v instead of -vs.

fw monitor -v <id> -e ‘accept;’

8. shows a list of the virtual devices and installed policies:

fw vsx stat -l

9. shows a list of the virtual devices and installed policies:

fw vsx stat -v

10. get the current context

vsx get [vsys name/id]

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