TROUBLE FINDING ROUTES IN CHECK POINT VSX?

March 24, 2015 | Filed Under: Check Point

Check Point VSX is pretty awesome.  A single management plane, consolidation of gateways and in R77.20, route addition via the dashboard.  If you have a lot of virtual systems on your VSX platform, you probably also have a lot of routes associated with each VS on the system.  Here is a quick one-liner that will print out the route you are looking for along with the context (VS) it is associated with.

 

for OUTPUT in $(clish -c “show virtual-system all” | awk ‘{print $1}’ |sed /Virtual/d |sed /VS/d); do vsenv $OUTPUT; netstat -rn| grep X.X.X.X ;done

Where X.X.X.X above is equal to the route you are looking for on one of your many firewall gateways.  This command can be ran from any context.  Example output:

You have now saved yourself a lot of time.  Go and celebrate with coffee.