Sums up the past few days.
I received a few emails from some of you letting me know that TACACS+ in GAiA is nothing new, and that it has been there from the beginning. Well that is true to a degree, but my point in writing
I have been completing a lot of upgrades for customers, and have been recommending R77.30 across the board (with the appropriate Jumbo Fixes). From an authentication standpoint, the GAiA operating system has caught up and surpassed SPlat with R77.30. How?
I have been working quite a bit with NGSE (pre-R80) lately. There are tremendous performance gains over the traditional SmartEvent version. The following shows the amount of records from a customer’s implementation that I put together a few months ago:
Seems like I have been doing a whole lot of updates lately: R77.20 Jumbo Portal R77.30 Jumbo Portal Check_Point_R77_20_JUMBO_HF_1_Bundle_T185.tgz <–substitute the ‘XXX’ for the Jumbo Fix you need to apply. Check_Point_R77_30_JUMBO_HF_1_Bundle_T128.tgz <–substitute the ‘XXX’ for the Jumbo Fix you need
Not an April 1st joke. Here is the portal page for R80: R80 General Availability Release Three main features they are taking about: Unified Policy Efficient, automated operation Integrated threat Management So who
I’ve heard it’s real close. Supposedly they are training some of the SEs on R80 this week, so I would think we will see it in the next few weeks. Just posting in-case you go looking for the download
Not seeing it available on the downloads page yet. Maybe this is a “soft” release like the Sandblast Agent? This signals the end of SPlat and IPSO as they will not be supported
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