Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Tesking Checkpoint

1. Tail -f views messages in real-time. Fw log views the Firewall connection logs in
real-time : Tail -f /var/log/messages

2. Display interface statistics : Ifconfig -a (clish)

3. Setting the UID of 0 from the Voyager or the CLI will give the same machine permissions
as the root user on a Nokia IPSO device

4. The default priority when setting up VRRP on IPSO is 100

5. The Time-to-Live for a VRRP packet must be set to 255 otherwise the router should
discard the packet

6. View the current connections table: fw tab -t connections -s

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