CLI Console : How to find out if the Default Policy Tracing is enabled ?


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From the CLI Console, issue the command "show xml-config disk" and take note of the "policy_trace" value.

SG210#sh xml-config disk
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<registry>
.....
<n k='policy_trace' t='integer' v='1'/>                             <<<<<
<n k='policy_trace_proxy_only' t='integer' v='1'/>        <<<<<
</n>
</registry>

 

If Trace All Policy Execution is selected, then you will see the following :

<n k='policy_trace' t='integer' v='1'/>

<n k='policy_trace_proxy_only' t='integer' v='0'/>

 

If Trace Proxy Traffic Policy Execution is selected, then you will see the following :

<n k='policy_trace' t='integer' v='1'/>

<n k='policy_trace_proxy_only' t='integer' v='1'/>

 

If No Default Tracing Of Policy Execution is selected, then you will see the following :

<n k='policy_trace' t='integer' v='0'/>

<n k='policy_trace_proxy_only' t='integer' v='0'/>

 

Note: The value for policy_trace_proxy_only does not matter if the value for policy_trace is 0.

 

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First Published      10/01/2014
Last Modified      10/01/2014
Last Published      10/01/2014
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Product      ProxySG
Software      SGOS 4, SGOS 5, SGOS 6
Topic      Policy Management
Article Number      000008578
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