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Kevin Orrison
When you perform automatic NAT on an object, you have two options. You can select a single firewall/cluster or All. Is there any way you can select two or something like Policy targets using automatic? The only way I can find is by doing manual NAT rules. It looks like it will let you do Policy Targets.
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Hi Guys, I would like to seek for your expertise to check if my cluster have formed. I am a bit confused and no idea why in my Smart-1, cluster is showing an error but based on CLI, I can say that my 2x CP gateways is acting master and non-master meaning cluster is formed right? But some information is showing that it is down or lost of sync is
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Valeri Loukine
Arguably, the most popular tool to troubleshoot traffic crossing a Security Gateway is fw monitor. However, not all security engineers and administrators are familiar with the full potential of fw monitor.   The tool is extremely powerful, flexible and versatile.   To unleash its full potential, please look into the article of the
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Dameon Welch-Abernathy
These videos were recorded originally for our partners by Jim Oqvist, but CheckMates members can now access this exclusive content!  Introduction Duration R80 Management Training Introduction Please note that Ravello blueprints have been discontinued and are no longer available. Most of the labs can be done with the Cloud Demo
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Ed Eades
I am looking for advice on how to bulk add network objects.  I need to add around 550 networks and we are on GAIA R80.10.  I have read some about dbedit, Using a dbedit script to create new network objects and network object groups, but I am not sure if that would still be the best method.  I will also mention I have never used
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