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Determine VPN Timer on Checkpoint R70

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Hello,

Is there a way to see the remaining seconds on Phase 1 & 2 in a Point to Point VPN on Checkpoint SPLAT R70. If my Phase 2 Lifetime is set to 3600 seconds that I'd like to be able to see the remaining seconds before the Point to Point Tunnell renegotiates so I know when to TCP Dump on the interface to monitor the exchange..

Thanks,

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Hi,

There is no way that I know of to see remaining seconds prior to renegotiation; what I would suggest is using the "vpn tu" command to bring down your vpn(s) - they will go up again fairly immediately and you can time from then when to do your tcpdump.

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Yes I was away of that method.. Thanks anyway!
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