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how to view the nat ID for a device in FMC

How do you find the NAT id for a device in FMC? I had a module become corrupted. I recovered it. Now I need to reconfigure the network so I need the NAT id.

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VIP Advisor

Re: how to view the nat ID for a device in FMC

Hi,

To confirm the NAT ID, from the CLI type expert to login to expert mode and enter the command sudo tail -f /etc/sf/sftunnel.conf

 

HTH

 

 

 

Hall of Fame Guru

Re: how to view the nat ID for a device in FMC

That will work although you don't have to sudo to run the command.

Also, "tail -f" will only show the last 10 lines and watch for new output. The peer info of interest may be more than 10 lines up from the end of the file.

I'd suggest simply "cat /etc/sf/sftunnel.conf".

Beginner

Re: how to view the nat ID for a device in FMC

I'm looking at sftunnel.conf and I'm not seeing anything like the NAT ID. What should I be looking for?

VIP Advisor RJI VIP Advisor
VIP Advisor

Re: how to view the nat ID for a device in FMC

Hi,

The "uuid" value is the nat ID. E.g:-

 

admin@FTD-1:~$ tail -f /etc/sf/sftunnel.conf
role 1;
host 192.168.10.42;
ip 192.168.10.42;
reg_key Cisco1234;
uuid ~THISISTHENATID;

 

HTH

Beginner

Re: how to view the nat ID for a device in FMC

my UUID is the same as the regkey. Info scrubbed for security.

 

 10.0.0.10
    {
        role 2;
        reg_key 01754548-9a82-14g7-a323-ab9bfb85r738;
        ip 10.0.0.10;
        host 10.0.0.10;
        sw_version 6.2.3.4;
        upgrade_version ;
        uuid 01754548-9a82-14g7-a323-ab9bfb85r738;
        priority 0;
    }
Hall of Fame Guru

Re: how to view the nat ID for a device in FMC

Also, NAT ID is optional so there might indeed be none in your setup.

Beginner

Re: how to view the nat ID for a device in FMC

My FMC is in a datacenter that only has vpn access to another datacenter so I have a u-turn NAT to get to the sensors. The FMC/sensors can't connect unless I use the NAT ID.

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