For pre-Yosemite, binaries are located under
/Library/Application\ Support/AppGate\ IP\ Tunneling\ Driver
Debugging MacOSX ipt driver
First you need to stop the current running process and then restart with debug verbosity. You might redirect the output to a file while reproducing an issue and submit it. Note you need to kill the process with ctrl+c and then start the agfwdd again. Before starting, shut down any appgate client.
sudo launchctl unload /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.cryptzone.appgate.iptd.plist
sudo /Library/Application\ Support/AppGate\ IP\ Tunneling\ Driver/ag_iptd -d -v -v -v -v > /tmp/agiptd.debug
or for pre-yosemite:
sudo /usr/local/libexec/ag_iptd -d -v -v -v > /tmp/agfwdd.debug
Once you reproduced the issue and finished capturing:
sudo launchctl load /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.cryptzone.appgate.iptd.plist
Other places to look for issues
Check if you find any related report under:
Copy out kernel debug messages:
sudo dmesg > /tmp/dmesg.debug
Collect coredump during debuggin iptd
- In the terminal where the ag_iptd shall be run put the command: ulimit -c unlimited
- Then run the iptd in debug/foreground in the same terminal.
If iptd will coredump, you find the files here: /cores/
In some configuration circumstances, users are not asked to install local forwarder. This can arise if a user clicked the "don't ask me again" checkbox when asked to install the local forwarder, you need to edit this file:
and change the property
"gui_hideinstallappgatefwd = yes"
to the value "no". Then login again.
Uninstalling the binaries is done as described below:
sudo rm /usr/local/bin/agfwdd
sudo rm /usr/local/bin/appgatefwd.*
sudo killall agfwdd