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Admin

What is vSEC Virtual Edition (VE)?

This is the Check Point product in a virtual machine that runs on VMware ESX without the use of NSX or ACI.

It's what Check Point used to call Check Point Virtual Edition (VE) Network Mode and should operate like a standard, regular Layer 3 gateway.

The old Check Point VE Hypervisor Mode product relies on components that VMware has deprecated and no further versions of this product will be produced.

vSEC Virtual Edition can either be installed in VMware either as an OVF (recommended for gateways) or using the regular R77.30 and above installation ISO (recommended for management).

Gateways in VMware requires vSEC Virtual Edition licensing; Regular Open Server licenses are NOT supported and will generate license errors.

Management in VMware utilizes regular Open Server licenses.

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Employee+
Employee+

This platform supports Hyper-V & KVM as well, with the same capabilities as the ESX has.

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Participant

vSec is supported by ubuntu hypervisor KVM? For cloud computing environments OPENSTACK with hypervisor KVM of ubuntu in the NOVA module.

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Hello ,for  KVM REHL 7 / CentOS 7,  with REHL I think should be the same version RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX OPENSTACK PLATFORM 7 OpenStack Docs: OpenStack Installation Tutorial for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS 

Compatible Hardware Archive | Check Point Software 

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Hi. I have a client with OPENSTACK deployment. They work with the Ubuntu KVM hypervisor in the NOVA module. It is possible to deploy vSEC on the KVM hypervisor of Ubuntu???

OpenStack Docs: KVM 

KVM/Installation - Community Help Wiki 

Thank you.

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Admin
Admin

It may work, but it is not something we've certified.