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Table of Contents

CLI Reference

get

The get command displays all settings, even if they are still in their default state.

Although not explicitly shown in this section, for all config commands, there are related get and show commands that display that part of the configuration. Get and show commands use the same syntax as their related config command, unless otherwise specified.

CLI commands and variables are case sensitive.

Unlike the show command, get requires that the object or table whose settings you want to display are specified, unless the command is being used from within an object or table.

For example, at the root prompt, this command would be valid:

get system status

and this command would not:

get

fmupdate analyzer

fmupdate service

system dns

system ntp

fmupdate av-ips

fmupdate support-pre-fgt43

system fips

system password-policy

fmupdate custom-url-list

fmupdate web-spam

system global

system performance

fmupdate device-version

system admin

system ha

system report

fmupdate disk-quota

system alert-console

system interface

system route

fmupdate fct-services

system alertemail

system locallog

system route6

fmupdate fds-setting

system alert-event

system log

system snmp

fmupdate multilayer

system auto-delete

system log fetch

system sql

fmupdate publicnetwork

system backup

system loglimits

system status

fmupdate server-access-priorities

system certificate

system mail

system syslog

fmupdate server-override-status

system dm

system metadata

system workflow

get

The get command displays all settings, even if they are still in their default state.

Although not explicitly shown in this section, for all config commands, there are related get and show commands that display that part of the configuration. Get and show commands use the same syntax as their related config command, unless otherwise specified.

CLI commands and variables are case sensitive.

Unlike the show command, get requires that the object or table whose settings you want to display are specified, unless the command is being used from within an object or table.

For example, at the root prompt, this command would be valid:

get system status

and this command would not:

get

fmupdate analyzer

fmupdate service

system dns

system ntp

fmupdate av-ips

fmupdate support-pre-fgt43

system fips

system password-policy

fmupdate custom-url-list

fmupdate web-spam

system global

system performance

fmupdate device-version

system admin

system ha

system report

fmupdate disk-quota

system alert-console

system interface

system route

fmupdate fct-services

system alertemail

system locallog

system route6

fmupdate fds-setting

system alert-event

system log

system snmp

fmupdate multilayer

system auto-delete

system log fetch

system sql

fmupdate publicnetwork

system backup

system loglimits

system status

fmupdate server-access-priorities

system certificate

system mail

system syslog

fmupdate server-override-status

system dm

system metadata

system workflow