The N-Platform (660N, 1400N, 2500N, 5100N, 6100N), NX-Platform(2600NX, 5200NX, 6200NX, 7100NX, 7500NX) and the TPS (440T, 2200T)family of IPS devices utilize different models of CF cards. The N-Platform uses a 1GB CF card based on Parallel ATA/IDE technology. Both the NX-Platform and TPS families utilize a CF card known as "C-Fast" which is based on the Serial ATA technology. The NX-Platform ships witha 32GB CF card while the TPS family ships with a 8GB CF card .
Note:Commercially available CF cards are not supported.If a new card is required, ensure that you contact the TippingPoint Technical Assistance Center (TAC) for a replacement.
|N/NX Platform CLI Commands|
|compact-flash format||Formats a new compact flash card that has not already been formatted according to TippingPoint guidelines.|
|compact-flash mount||Manually mounts the inserted compact flash card.|
|compact-flash unmount||Unmounts the compact flash card so that the user can remove it.|
|conf t compact-flash operation-mode authenticate||Sets the device to require authentication when a compact flash card is inserted.|
|conf t compact-flash operation-mode automount||Sets the device to automatically mount compact flash cards when inserted.|
|show compact-flash||Displays whether the compact flash is mounted, and if so, its model number, serial number, revision number, capacity, operation mode, and mount status.|
|show conf compact-flash||Shows the compact flash operation mode.|
|TPS Platform CLI Commands|
|user-disk format||Formats a new compact flash card that has not already been formatted according to TippingPoint guidelines.|
|user-disk mount||Manually mounts the inserted compact flash card.|
|user-disk unmount||Unmounts the compact flash card so that the user can remove it.|
|user-disk encryption enable/disable||Command to encrypt or decrypt the CF card.|
|show user-disk||Displays whether the compact flash is mounted, and if so, its model number, serial number, revision number, capacity, operation mode, and mount status.|
Note:Ejecting a compact flash card may fail after a 30-second timeout if the card is in use. The most common cause for failure is if a snapshot is being written to the card when the Eject command is issued.