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Command to execute to determine IDP OS on an ISG-1000 or ISG-2000

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Article ID: KB15636 KB Last Updated: 23 Nov 2009Version: 1.0
Summary:
ISG & ISG-IDP devices require different software images. It is important to make sure the correct software image is installed.
Symptoms:

Solution:
The following command is used to determine the software version on an ISG-IDP device.
nsisg2000-> get system

Below are the possible outputs provided after executing "get system" command from an ISG and ISG-IDP devices respectively. The "File Name" parameter shows the following. 
ISG-IDP
File Name: default (nsISG2000.6.1.0-IDP1.r5-cu7.0)

ISG
File Name: default (screenos_image)

NOTE:  If the filename for your ISG IDP device does not have the text IDP in it, then refer to step 2 of KB15808 to correct it.


In addition, for an ISG-IDP device. The following additional information is also provided as part of the "get system" output.

Address              Mask                 Vsys               
-------------------- -------------------- --------------------
User Name: netscreen

IDP files version:
        detector2.so    3.4.117413
        engine  3.4.120927
        pcid    3.4.120927
        scio    3.4.120927




EXAMPLE OUTPUTS
ISG-IDP

nsisg2000-> get system
Product Name: NetScreen-2000
Hardware Version: 3010(0)-(04), FPGA checksum: 00000000, VLAN1 IP (0.0.0.0)
Software Version: 6.1.0r5-cu7.0, Type: Firewall+VPN
OS Loader Version: 1.1.5
Compiled by build_master at: Mon Jun 1 04:20:56 PDT 2009
Base Mac: 0010.db89.2300
File Name: default (nsISG2000.6.1.0-IDP1.r5-cu7.0), Checksum: 9e892739
, Total Memory: 2048MB

Date 10/29/2009 08:27:28, Daylight Saving Time enabled
The Network Time Protocol is Disabled
Up 22 hours 16 minutes 24 seconds Since 28Oct2009:10:11:04
Total Device Resets: 1, Last Device Reset at: 08/16/2000 09:57:01

System in NAT/route mode.

Use interface IP, Config Port: 80
Manager IP enforced: False
Manager IPs: 0

Address              Mask                 Vsys               
-------------------- -------------------- --------------------
User Name: netscreen

IDP files version:
        detector2.so    3.4.117413
        engine  3.4.120927
        pcid    3.4.120927
        scio    3.4.120927



ISG

nsisg2000-> get system
Product Name: NetScreen-2000
Hardware Version: 3010(0)-(04), FPGA checksum: 00000000, VLAN1 IP (0.0.0.0)
Software Version: 6.1.0r7-in1.0, Type: Firewall+VPN
OS Loader Version: 1.1.5
Compiled by build_master at: Fri Oct 16 00:53:03 PDT 2009
Base Mac: 0010.db86.6300
File Name: default (screenos_image), Checksum: 6ed971b5
, Total Memory: 1024MB


Date 10/29/2009 21:25:47, Daylight Saving Time enabled
The Network Time Protocol is Disabled
Up 184 hours 40 minutes 46 seconds Since 22Oct2009:04:45:01
Total Device Resets: 5, Last Device Reset at: 01/12/2009 19:42:19


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