Check Point expects you to know how to take a CPInfo, which really drives me nuts. Not everyone knows how to do this, and I have found that not everyone at Check Point knows how to do this. Well, I have done it enough to know how, but I run into people a lot that do not know. This post is just a "how to take a cpinfo" post. Here is what I did the last time I took one.
CPFW> cpinfo -z -l -o /var/log/gateway.cpinfo
Would you like to download the latest CPinfo package from Check Point Download Center? y/n: [y]y
An updated package was found, downloading and installing it
Started downloading updated package
Downloading update package cpinfo_914000118_1.tgz - 3757294/3757294 (100%)
Downloaded package verification succeeded
Starting installation of new CPinfo version
CPinfo update finished successfully!
Launching new version of CPinfo
Would you like to upload CPinfo file securely to Check Point Download Center? y/n: [y]n
Collecting information...: 100%
Compressing output file...
Compressing output file - done (/var/log/gateway.cpinfo.gz)
Enter expert password:
Warning! All configuration should be done through clish
You are in expert mode now.
[Expert@CPFW:0]# cd /var/log
[Expert@CPFW:0]# ls -l *ga*
-rw-r--r-- 1 admin root 511 Jun 4 09:51 gaia_init_config.log
-rw-rw-r-- 1 admin root 56948317 Jul 1 13:30 gateway.cpinfo.gz
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