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System Commands

The following system commands are available:

Command

Description

reboot

Reboot the FortiDeceptor. All sessions will be terminated. The unit will go offline and there will be a delay while it restarts.

shutdown

Shutdown the FortiDeceptor.

config-reset

Reset the configuration to factory defaults. Event and incident data are kept. Installed VM images are also kept.

factory-reset

Reset the FortiDeceptor configuration to factory default settings. All data are deleted. Installed VM images are kept.

status

Display the FortiDeceptor firmware version, serial number, system time, disk usage, image status, and RAID information.

fw-upgrade

Upgrade or re-install the FortiDeceptor firmware or deception VM image via Secure Copy (SCP) or File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server.

See fw-upgrade for details.

reset-widgets

Reset the GUI widgets.

iptables

Enable/disable IP tables.

See iptables for details.

dcvm-confirm-id

Set confirm ID for Windows deception VM activation.

See dcvm-confirm-id for details.

dcvm-license

List the license information for deception VMs using the -l option.

dcvm-status

Display the status for deception VMs.

dcvm-reset

Activate and initialize VM images again. Sometimes it is necessary to rebuild a VM image when it is broken.

Optionally, specify a VM name with -n <VM name>, or all VMs will be reset.

dcimg-status

Display the status of deception images.

set-maintainer

Enable/disable the maintainer account.

See set-maintainer for details.

remote-auth-timeout

Set Radius or LDAP authentication timeout value.

See remote-auth-timeout for details.

log-purge

Delete all system logs.

vm-firmware-license

Download firmware license file from a server and install it.

See vm-firmware-license for details.

vm-resize-hd

After changing the virtual hard disk size on the hypervisor, execute this command to make the change recognizable to the firmware.

This command is only available for VM models.

System Commands

The following system commands are available:

Command

Description

reboot

Reboot the FortiDeceptor. All sessions will be terminated. The unit will go offline and there will be a delay while it restarts.

shutdown

Shutdown the FortiDeceptor.

config-reset

Reset the configuration to factory defaults. Event and incident data are kept. Installed VM images are also kept.

factory-reset

Reset the FortiDeceptor configuration to factory default settings. All data are deleted. Installed VM images are kept.

status

Display the FortiDeceptor firmware version, serial number, system time, disk usage, image status, and RAID information.

fw-upgrade

Upgrade or re-install the FortiDeceptor firmware or deception VM image via Secure Copy (SCP) or File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server.

See fw-upgrade for details.

reset-widgets

Reset the GUI widgets.

iptables

Enable/disable IP tables.

See iptables for details.

dcvm-confirm-id

Set confirm ID for Windows deception VM activation.

See dcvm-confirm-id for details.

dcvm-license

List the license information for deception VMs using the -l option.

dcvm-status

Display the status for deception VMs.

dcvm-reset

Activate and initialize VM images again. Sometimes it is necessary to rebuild a VM image when it is broken.

Optionally, specify a VM name with -n <VM name>, or all VMs will be reset.

dcimg-status

Display the status of deception images.

set-maintainer

Enable/disable the maintainer account.

See set-maintainer for details.

remote-auth-timeout

Set Radius or LDAP authentication timeout value.

See remote-auth-timeout for details.

log-purge

Delete all system logs.

vm-firmware-license

Download firmware license file from a server and install it.

See vm-firmware-license for details.

vm-resize-hd

After changing the virtual hard disk size on the hypervisor, execute this command to make the change recognizable to the firmware.

This command is only available for VM models.