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CheckMates Live, Midwest Edition
This past week, I did three live events in Omaha, Des Moines, and Kansas City!
Of the three, the Fishtech office in Kansas City was the most impressive facility, complete with an AV crew:
And classic cars!
A nice "best practices" question. There's reasons to do both. See also the following thread: Check Point Clustering Query
Nice little command to print the NAT rules currently installed on the Security Gateway.
We don't have this yet, but would love to see this develop!
First noticed on CheckMates in Retenir les commandes FW Monitor, Sean Murray-Ford posted about the tool in English and has already received a lot of great feedback.
This long-overdue guide is now available! Hope we'll see one for R80.20.Mx soon.
We haven't published official specs for this yet, but there is some guidance in this thread.
More performance tuning education by Timothy Hall. Yes, we are planning a TechTalk on this. Stay tuned!
Can be generalized to run any command on an Embedded Gaia (SMB) appliance using cprid.
Pro-tip as you're moving your gateways to R80.10.
A fork of Danny Jung's Common Check Point Commands (ccc) script.
Will be included in future releases as part of the on-device documentation as well.
There are many ways to "script" in Check Point.
You can run a post-connection script on the client to show a message.