I would like to ask if do you have any cli command in Ngaf just like clearing DHCP, showing mac address per IP?

or di you have bunch of command list for me to use in Ngaf cli?

Thank you very much

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Hi,
Yes, Sangfor NGAF offers a command-line interface (CLI) for managing and troubleshooting the device. Here's what you can do:

Clearing DHCP Lease:

Unfortunately, I couldn't find a specific CLI command to directly clear all DHCP leases on Sangfor NGAF. However, you can achieve this by excluding existing leases.

Showing MAC Address per IP:
The  show ip lease command displays the DHCP lease table, including information like IP address and corresponding MAC address.

Finding more NGAF CLI commands:
While I can't provide a full list here, the Sangfor community forum is a good resource for finding specific NGAF CLI commands. You can search for commands based on your needs. Here's how to access it:

1.Go to the Sangfor Community forum: [Sangfor Community forum]
2.Search for specific commands or browse categories related to "Network Secure with Next Generation (NGAF)".
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Rotring Lv2Posted 18 May 2024 11:39
  
Hi,
Yes, Sangfor NGAF offers a command-line interface (CLI) for managing and troubleshooting the device. Here's what you can do:

Clearing DHCP Lease:

Unfortunately, I couldn't find a specific CLI command to directly clear all DHCP leases on Sangfor NGAF. However, you can achieve this by excluding existing leases.

Showing MAC Address per IP:
The  show ip lease command displays the DHCP lease table, including information like IP address and corresponding MAC address.

Finding more NGAF CLI commands:
While I can't provide a full list here, the Sangfor community forum is a good resource for finding specific NGAF CLI commands. You can search for commands based on your needs. Here's how to access it:

1.Go to the Sangfor Community forum: [Sangfor Community forum]
2.Search for specific commands or browse categories related to "Network Secure with Next Generation (NGAF)".
Prosi Lv2Posted 18 May 2024 13:34
  
Hi,

When you change modes, the ASA clears the running configuration (see Guidelines for Firewall Mode for more information).

If you already have a populated configuration, be sure to back up your configuration before changing the mode; you can use this backup for reference when creating your new configuration. See Back Up and Restore Configurations or Other Files.

Use the CLI at the console port to change the mode. If you use any other type of session, including the ASDM Command Line Interface tool or SSH, you will be disconnected when the configuration is cleared, and you will have to reconnect to the ASA using the console port in any case.

Set the mode within the context.

Farina Ahmed Posted 21 May 2024 14:55
  
In NGAF (Next Generation Application Firewall), you don't create DHCP server. It is firewall not a Router or DHCP Server. First read NGAF functionalities in details and then put questions which is relevant to the topic.

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