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Checkpoint books for sale

September 18, 2013

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I am selling my books from Check Point R75 Training. They are really important to read for all Check Point Admins: – Check Point Certified Security Administrator R75 Student & Lab Manual – Check Point Certified Security Expert R75 Student Manual & Lab Manual They contains more then what you can find in the Knowledge […]

Just a quick note about CoreXL

August 22, 2012

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As a CCSE with about 5 years experienses I must admit I have never had any issue with multicores. But for the CCSE exam it must be clear and have to be saved in our mind. The only required operating system is SecurePlatform, but I am always courious about the other platforms as well. Here […]

Manual Failover

August 7, 2012

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Failover can we generate with a lot of way. One way is with cphaprob, the most complicated way if you do not know it, but I am here for you to understand and use it instead of just an ifdown/ifup for an interface. :-) On the other hand it is an important command for the […]

Again about the processes on R75 SPLAT Firewall

August 7, 2012

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This is a note from a CCSE training when I lost the connection with the training and started my own analysation of the Checkpoint processes. To understand what goes on in the Checkpoint products its worth not just learn the well known processes but just to take a look on the whole operation. Take a […]

Again fw monitor, hopefully the last post

August 7, 2012

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I have always looked for a good documentation about fw monitor and I have find 2 usable doc. One is the official pdf and one in a post from a Checkpoint Expert (you can find them on my posts somewhere..) Actually there is no need to look for a documentation on google as it is […]

Script on your firewall or management server

August 7, 2012

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You can put your own script in Checkpoint Firewall or Management with SPLAT. If you need just a specific info from SPLAT continuously, that can be reached with a simple command you can implement it in SPLAT with a bash script. 1. To start your script on boot you have to put it in /etc/rc.d/rc.local. […]