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The "orch_stat -L" command on Maestro Orchestrator shows "0.0.0.0" for Security Appliances R81 and higher Technical Level
Symptoms
  • The "orch_stat -L" command on Maestro Orchestrator shows "0.0.0.0" in the column "IP" for Security Appliances R81 and higher.

  • The "orch_stat -L" command on the same Maestro Orchestrator shows the correct IP addresses for Security Appliances R80.20SP and R80.30SP.

  • Example output (truncated):

    [Expert@My-Orchestrator01:0]# orch_stat -L
    
    LLDP Status
    +---------------+--------------+-------------------+--------------+-------------------+----------+--------------+
    | Physical Port | Logical Port | Hostname          | Type         | HW Type           | Version  | IP           |
    +---------------+--------------+-------------------+--------------+-------------------+----------+--------------+
    | 1/30/1        | 30           | FW01-ch01-04      | GW           | Check Point 6200P | R80.30SP | x.x.x.x      |
    +---------------+--------------+-------------------+--------------+-------------------+----------+--------------+
    | 1/31/1        | 31           | FW02-ch01-01      | GW           | Check Point 6400  | R81      | 0.0.0.0      |
    +---------------+--------------+-------------------+--------------+-------------------+----------+--------------+
    
Cause

Security Appliances R80.20SP and R80.30SP transmit their IP addresses with the LLDP packets.

Security Appliances R81 and higher do not transmit their IP addresses with the LLDP packets.

Because the Maestro Orchestrator does not use this IP information from the LLDP packets, you can ignore this cosmetic issue.


Solution
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