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How to determine image version and template version of an installed CloudGuard IaaS image for Azure, AWS, Google Cloud Platform and OCI Platform? Technical Level
Solution

Check the contents of the relevant file to determine the installed image version of the deployed vSEC Gateway:

CloudGuard Gateway How to check?
CloudGuard for AWS [Expert@HostName:0]# cat /etc/in-aws
CloudGuard for Azure [Expert@HostName:0]# cat /etc/in-azure
CloudGuard for Google Cloud Platform
[Expert@HostName:0]# cat /etc/in-google

Explanation:

The image version is displayed as <VERSION>-<TAKE>-<BUILD>.vhd where <VERSION> can be:

  • gey_hvm = R77.30
  • hero3 = R80
  • hugo = R80.10
  • ogu_GAR1 = R80.10
  • gogo13 = R80.20
  • gogo_heat = R80.30

 

Example from CloudGuard for Azure (running R77.30, Take 41, Build 161):

[Expert@HostName:0]# cat /etc/in-azure
gey_hvm-41-161.vhd

[Expert@HostName:0]# cat /etc/cloud-version

release: R80.30 
take: 273 
build: 525 
platform: azure 
license: byol 
deployment_method: GW 
template_name: single 
template_version: 20190731

Note: R77.30 builds that are older than 56 will not have the version information in the file /etc/in-*. The file will be empty.

 

Later versions:

sk125252 - CloudGuard for AWS Latest Updates

sk132192 - CloudGuard for Azure Latest Updates

This solution has been verified for the specific scenario, described by the combination of Product, Version and Symptoms. It may not work in other scenarios.

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