The restarting of the box did the trick for me. The other day I was reading community forum to see If anyone faced this kind of issue earlier. There I saw they checked " pmtool status | grep -i gui ". To see if any process is stuck or not?
Unfortunately, I already reloaded so nothing to check here. But now I see that output is as
root@firepower:/# pmtool status | grep -i gui
mysqld (system,gui,mysql) - Running 7958
httpsd (system,gui) - Running 7961
sybase_arbiter (system,gui) - Waiting
vmsDbEngine (system,gui) - Running 7962
ESS (system,gui) - Running 7990
DCCSM (system,gui) - Running 8535
Tomcat (system,gui) - Running 8615
VmsBackendServer (system,gui) - Running 8616
mojo_server (system,gui) - Running 8041
Also I came across a command that restart FMC console services. " /etc/rc.d/init.d/console restart".
Is the above-mentioned command enough to start all (disabled/stuck) services?
Another thing that can be affected would be the user-to-IP mapping. During the FMC restart, any new mapping could not be created, and that would cause the old mapping to be used instead which would allow limited users to have full access, or vice-versa, depending on the last connected user from that IP.
My problem is a little different. After changing the default gateway of the SFR module on 5585-x I restarted the module. The module is not keeping the change. What is the proper command to change the default gateway of the module? It let me delete and add the default gateway with the generic Linux command.