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re register key for a source fire module...

HI Guys.

I,m new with source fire I end reinstalling the sourcefire module soft becuase a ASA replacement on the active. I got the stanby ASA with source fire module running.

The previous network eng do not document the procedure, where can I found that key so I can re register the rebulit  module.

Register a Device with a FireSIGHT Management Center: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/security/firesight-management-center/118596-configure-firesight-00.html

thanks guys!!!!

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Aastha Bhardwaj
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi,

Login on ASA via ssh , do a session to sfr by the command : session sfr and then once you are logged in :

>show managers

You can see the registration key in there.

Let me know if that is what you re looking for ?

Regards,

Aastha Bhardwaj

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Aastha Bhardwaj
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi,

Login on ASA via ssh , do a session to sfr by the command : session sfr and then once you are logged in :

>show managers

You can see the registration key in there.

Let me know if that is what you re looking for ?

Regards,

Aastha Bhardwaj

Rate if that helps!!!

Thanks Aastha,,,,

have a good holidays.

Hi Aashta,

 

The command which you have mentioned will display the status of the instance if it joined the FMC but its not giving the registration key what we have. 

 

Could you please help us on that ?

 

> show managers
Type : Manager
Host : x.x.x.x
Registration : Completed

 

Regards,

Azeem Usman 

Once configured, it's not stored in plain text. You can see the hashed value by inspecting the "reg_key" in sftunnel.conf. If the value matches at both ends you are good with respect to registration key.

 

Below are examples taken from an FTD and FMC respectively. (A Firepower service module stores its value similarly.)

 

admin@vftd-new:/etc/sf$ more sftunnel.conf | grep reg_key
reg_key 69c94e8a-92d2-11e7-b4ad-db36033706e7;
admin@vftd-new:/etc/sf$

admin@fmc:/etc/sf$ more sftunnel.conf | grep reg_key
reg_key 69c94e8a-92d2-11e7-b4ad-db36033706e7;
reg_key e46b9e00-b801-11e7-889d-d537e5bba995;
admin@fmc:/etc/sf$



Thank you Marvin for the details.

 

It worked and I can see the Keys.

 

Regards,

Azeem Usman

You're welcome azeemusman.mca@gmail.com

 

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