I have it from a good source that Jumbo 102 has some issues. Jumbo 105 is available and reportedly more stable.
Check Point just updated the R77.30 Jumbo Fix: R77.20 is at ‘take 181’ R77.30 is at ‘take 102’ <–not a good build For CPUSE cloud HotFixes, you can use the following: Check_Point_R77_20_JUMBO_HF_1_Bundle_TXXX.tgz <–substitute the ‘XXX’ for the
Check Point just updated the Jumbo Fixes: R77.20 is at ‘take 180’ R77.30 is at ‘take 98’ For CPUSE cloud HotFixes, you can use the following: Check_Point_R77_20_JUMBO_HF_1_Bundle_TXXX.tgz <–substitute the ‘XXX’ for the Jumbo Fix you need to apply.
At UTC 23:59:60:00 on June 30th 2015, there will be another “leap second.” this means that a one second adjustment will be inserted in order to compensate for the drift between the Earth’s
If you have a User Center account, you can now download the presentations (in .pdf) that were given at CPX this year. CPX Washington DC 2015 Presentations
Wow. Check Point launched a beta version of its Threat Cloud site, and it has some great information and tools (even for non-Check Point customers). On the site they have several categories: ThreatBlog – Looks
I wouldn’t normally recommend using a gateway as a DHCP server (most environments don’t need to), but it can be useful in a smaller environment or lab scenario. Getting R77.20 GAiA setup to provide addresses is a whole other topic.
I suppose there is something to be said for “turnkey” solutions like the 2012 Appliances. Wonder how long it will take me to figure this one out.
So I have been updating the Check Point IPS signatures in my lab more aggressively lately, and flipped (almost all) of them into “protect” mode. I have noticed some of the signatures are detecting issues with some well known products
I got back today from Check Point 2015 SKO (sales kick off) and it was great. We had a day and a half in some of the more technical areas of the product line. The R80 SmartConsole tools are