OPSEC

Check Point™ Command Line Cpconfig
OPSEC SDK 6.0

May 2006

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....................................Contents Preface Who Should Use This Guide................. 23 Fetch Certificate Authority Files ......................................................... 9 What Typographic Variations Mean ..................... 22 Certificate Authority ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 20 Automatically Starting Check Point Modules................................................................................................................................................................................... 14 Programming Model ............................................ 31 Table of Contents 5 ................................ 18 Functions.......... 14 Cpconfig API Overview ....................................................................... 8 Summary of Contents .............................................................................................................................................................. 19 Secure Internal Communication (SIC) ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 23 SNMP Extension.............................. 19 Licensing .................................................................................................................................... 14 Installation Requirements..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10 Chapter 1 Introduction Overview ........................................................................................................... 24 Index.. 19 Enable or Disable High Availability Module................................................................. 21 Administrators ...... 15 Chapter 2 API Functions Overview .......................................... 24 Usage ...... 22 SMART Clients ..................................................................

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Preface Preface P page 8 page 9 page 10 In This Chapter Who Should Use This Guide Summary of Contents What Typographic Variations Mean 7 .

It also assumes that you have a basic understanding and a working knowledge of the following: • • • • • • system and network security the VPN-1 product system and network administration the C and/or C++ programming language the Unix or Windows operating system Internet protocols 8 .Who Should Use This Guide Who Should Use This Guide This document describes the Command Line Cpconfig. It assumes that you have read the Check Point OPSEC API Specification. This API specification is written for developers who write software to enhance the network security provided by VPN-1.

This chapter describes the functions provided by the cpconfig command line. “Introduction” Chapter 2. exit with 0. “API Functions” Description This chapter introduces the concepts associated with cpconfig. All functions print results to stdout and upon success. Preface 9 .Summary of Contents Summary of Contents This guide contains the following chapters: Chapter Chapter 1.

What Typographic Variations Mean What Typographic Variations Mean The following table describes the typographic variations used in this book. . machine_name% You have mail. but with emphasis Text that appears on an object in a window Replace the angle brackets and the text they contain with your text. Use ls -a to list all files. . line n 10 .login file. code same as above. server). Lines of data or code omitted from example Example Edit your . server).x x . <your text> Edit the file <FWDIR>\lib\yourfile. Click on the Save AaBbCc123 AaBbCc123 Save button. TABLE P-1 Typographic Conventions Typeface or Symbol Meaning The names of commands. session = sam_new_session (client. . and directories. on-screen computer output. files. session = sam_new_session (client. . line 1 line 2 .

.What Typographic Variations Mean TABLE P-1 Typographic Conventions(continued) Typeface or Symbol Meaning The item is optional.. [item2] item1 | item2 | item3 italic Preface 11 . Specific values will be shown in italics Example dir [/o] dir [/o] [/w] [/s] copy infile1 | infile1 + infile2 |infile1 + infile2 + infile3 outfile one of addnet | addapp [item] [item1] . List of optional items Choose one of the items.

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Chapter Introduction In This Chapter Overview Cpconfig API Overview 1 page 14 page 15 13 .

Overview Overview Command line cpconfig allows remote configuration of an existing VPN-1 installation so third party companies can write their own web interface. This document explains how to use the cpconfig command line. Programming Model These commands are available for use after the first running of cpconfig. Installation Requirements The Administrator must be root in order to run these commands. 14 .

All functions print their results to stdout and exit with 0 on success. Table 1-1 Overview of API functions function section title License Enable/Disable High Availability general purpose retrieving or adding licensing enables or disables Check Point High Availability Module/Status Synchronization Secure Internal Communication automatically starts Check Point Modules (Unix only) returns or allows editing of Administrators for manipulating GUI clients initialize certificate authority or show a certificate’s fingerprint get SNMP status. activate/deactivate SNMP (Unix only) fetch the certificate authority files provides specific usage for a command page 19 19 SIC Automatically Starting Check Point Modules Administrators SMART Clients Certificate Authority 20 21 22 22 23 SNMP Extension 23 Fetch CA Files Usage 24 24 Chapter 1 Introduction 15 .Cpconfig API Overview Cpconfig API Overview The functions in cpconfig that are supported in the command line include both SmartCenter and module functions.

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Chapter API Functions In This Chapter Overview Functions Licensing Enable or Disable High Availability Module Secure Internal Communication (SIC) Automatically Starting Check Point Modules Administrators SMART Clients Certificate Authority SNMP Extension Fetch Certificate Authority Files Usage 2 page 18 page 19 page 19 page 19 page 20 page 21 page 22 page 22 page 23 page 23 page 24 page 24 17 .

exit with 0. 18 . All functions print results to stdout and upon success.Overview Overview This chapter describes the functions provided by the cpconfig command line.

The license file is provided when purchasing licenses via a licensing center. cp_conf ha enable/disable [norestart] cp_conf ha enable enables the High Availability Module. Licensing The following functions show which licenses are installed and how to add or delete licenses. cp_conf lic add -f <file name> cp_conf lic add -f <file name> adds licenses from a license file. cp_conf lic delete <license signature> cp_conf lic delete <license signature> deletes a license from a license file.com. cp_conf ha disable disables the High Availability Module.Functions Functions The following are functions that can be used to increase flexibility via the cpconfig command line. Enable or Disable High Availability Module The following functions enable or disable the High Availability Module. For further information on licensing centers see: http://www. Each function is organized in a group under a logical topic heading. cp_conf lic add -m <host><date><string><features> cp_conf lic add -m <host><date><string><features> adds a license manually. cp_conf lic get cp_conf lic get shows which licenses are currently installed on the machine from all Check Point products. The license file should be copied to the remotely configured module.opsec. After enabling or disabling the High Availability Module the Administrator will receive the following message: Chapter 2 API Functions 19 .

20 . cp_conf sic init <passw> [norestart] cp_conf sic init <passw> [norestart] initializes SIC. The <modules obj name> is the object name defined in the management.The norestart flag has no meaning on NT. you must reboot your machine! Note . Secure Internal Communication (SIC) The following functions initialize SIC or show the current SIC state. If SIC was already initialized. cp_conf sic cert_pull<management name/IP><module object name> In case of a dynamic address gateway (DAG) machine. SIC is reset and the new password is set. or if trust was established.Secure Internal Communication (SIC) Warning: In order for the changes to take place. this command pulls the certificate from the management selected in the command. Without the norestart flag the command will automatically restart the Check Point Modules (the command will perform cpstop). cp_conf sic state cp_conf sic state shows the current SIC state.

Automatically Starting Check Point Modules Automatically Starting Check Point Modules The following functions report or set automatic states. cp_conf auto disable <product1><product2>. Products can be: • • • VPN-1 FG1 RM or all The default is all. enables the automatic restart of the specified product(s). cp_conf auto disable <product1><product2>. cp_conf auto enable <product1><product2>.. Products can be: • • • VPN-1 FG1 RM or all The default is all. cp_conf auto enable <product1><product2>.. FloodGate-1...The norestart flag has no meaning on NT. Note ... disables the automatic restart of the specified product(s). cp_conf auto get [fw1] [fg1][rm] [all] cp_conf auto get [fw1][fg1][rm][all] returns the state of automatic restart for: • • • • VPN-1.. Chapter 2 API Functions 21 . SmartView Reporter or all products installed The default is all. The following commands work on Unix machines only..

SMART Clients The following functions allow the Administrator to manipulate SMART Clients.Administrators Administrators The following functions shows... cp_conf admin add <username><passw><permissions> cp_conf admin add adds an Administrator to the list of Administrators.. Permissions can be: • • rw. deletes SMART Client(s). cp_conf admin get cp_conf admin get returns the list of administrators currently defined. cp_conf client add <SMART_client> cp_conf client add <SMART_client> adds one SMART Client at a time. cp_conf client get cp_conf client get shows the SMART Client list.read only cp_conf admin del <user1><user2>..read/write r. cp_conf admin del <user1><user2>.. cp_conf client del <SMART_client1><SMART_client2>.. adds or deletes administrators.. cp_conf client del <SMART_client1><SMART_client2>. 22 . deletes Administrators from the list of Administrators..

Unless you choose the norestart flag. VPN-1 will automatically restart. creates a new list of client(s) overriding a pre-existing list. Chapter 2 API Functions 23 .. cp_conf snmp get cp_conf snmp get tells whether the SNMP status is active or inactive.SNMP Extension commands are only available to Unix Machines. cp_conf ca init cp_conf ca init initializes certificate authority.. VPN-1 will automatically restart. cp_conf snmp activate [norestart] cp_conf snmp activate [norestart] activates SNMP.Certificate Authority cp_conf client createlist <SMART_client1><SMART_client2>. cp_conf snmp deactivate [norestart] cp_conf snmp deactivate [norestart] deactivates SNMP. Note . cp_conf finger get cp_conf finger get shows the finger print for a certificate. Certificate Authority The following functions allow the Administrator to initialize certificate authority and show fingerprints.. Unless you choose the norestart flag. cp_conf client createlist <SMART_client1><SMART_client2>.. SNMP Extension The following functions allow the SNMP status and activate or deactivate SNMP.

24 . Usage The following functions return the usage for cp_conf or for a command. cp_conf -h cp_conf -h returns how cp_conf is being used. cp_conf fetch ca <management IP/name> cp_conf fetch ca <management IP/name> fetches the CA files. cp_conf <cmd> -h cp_conf <cmd> -h returns a specific usage for the command. you must fetch the certificate authority (CA) files.Fetch Certificate Authority Files Fetch Certificate Authority Files Before synchronization can occur between two managements.

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