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Tiago_Sousa
Tiago_Sousa inside CloudGuard IaaS 3 hours ago
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AWS price increase

Any idea of why there was such price increases on aws:Thank you for subscribing to "CloudGuard IaaS R80.20 Security Gateway - NGTP PAYG".We are writing to notify you that Check Point Software Technologies, Inc. has increased the hourly pricing on the following instance types for "CloudGuard IaaS R80.20 Security Gateway - NGTP PAYG".c5.9xlarge - Previous: 1.89 / New: 6.0c5.large - Previous: 0.69 / New: 0.75c5.4xlarge - Previous: 1.39 / New: 2.8c5.18xlarge - Previous: 1.89 / New: 11.5c5.2xlarge - Previous: 1.08 / New: 1.4Thank you for subscribing to "CloudGuard IaaS Security Management".We are writing to notify you that Check Point Software Technologies, Inc. has increased the hourly pricing on the following instance types for "CloudGuard IaaS Security Management".m5.12xlarge - Previous: 0.49 / New: 1.4m5.4xlarge - Previous: 0.49 / New: 1.4m5.24xlarge - Previous: 0.49 / New: 1.4
mohit7812tyagi
mohit7812tyagi inside CloudGuard IaaS Sunday
views 73 1

what is pre-request to implement checkpoint firewall to azure

Hi Team,I need to know is there any additional subscription is required to implement the checkpoint firewall and what is pre-request to implement checkpoint firewall to azure cloud, please referred me related document link,
Poh_Seng_Anthon
Poh_Seng_Anthon inside CloudGuard IaaS Friday
views 37 1

Trial license for IaaS Private Cloud openstack?

Hi All May i know where can i get a trial license for IaaS Private Cloud for OpenStack?? can i get the eval license from the portal? regardsAnthony
Atif_Saeed
Atif_Saeed inside CloudGuard IaaS Thursday
views 147 2 1

Looking for a Azure upgrade process for Security Management Server/Gateways

Looking for a Azure cloud upgrade process for Security Management Server/Gateway cluster from R77.30 to R80.20.
Javier_Hijas
inside CloudGuard IaaS a week ago
views 351 4 2
Employee+

How does CloudGuard controller makes your life easier?

The first Check Point cloud controller connector was released around 2 years ago to transform the way we consume objects in security policies and opening a revolutionary new security model for designing and operating policies with an automated and zero-touch approach that helps security practitioners focusing on analyzing security events and improving security postures and designs instead of performing basic operational tasks. Since that first release a number of new features and connectors have been added so that almost any organization today can leverage this functionality (for free by the way). In the past months I have met a number of customers sharing with me different use cases enjoying this function in multiple ways to improve their day to day security challenges. I realized it could be very interesting for the community to share how each setup is leveraging CloudGuard Controller so I invite you to share your use case in this thread explaining how the organization you work with enjoys this function. I will start by sharing the policy I use as an example on how to leverage it: The example above protects a hybrid infrastructure with on-prem, azure and aws environments where each and every asset has been previously tagged according to the security needs. Any new application that is for instance ruled by PCI requirements only needs to be use the "PCI" tag in order to be automatically added with the right access and protection without modifying or reinstalling the policy above. What is your use case?
dantsec
dantsec inside CloudGuard IaaS a week ago
views 59 1

CheckMe Cloud Security Assessment

Has anyone ever used CheckMe for Cloud? Is it possible to check most vulnerabilities? Is the report clear and objective?Does anyone have a report that can be shared? Is there any laboratory environment for demonstration?
Daniel_Snyder
Daniel_Snyder inside CloudGuard IaaS 2 weeks ago
views 260 5 1

Azure Scale Set Gateways Disappeared from Policy

We have deployed Azure Cloudguard Scale Set and have an interesting issue where our gateways are no longer present in the console. I looked at the auto-provision log and all I can see is the gateways are stuck in 'INITIALIZING' state. I know if I re-image them they will come back online but that also requires a slight rebuild of the gateway. Has anyone dealt with this and know how to reconnect the gateway to the manager without the redeploy?Failed scale set log entries during gateway sync:2019-01-24 21:22:36,179 MONITOR INFO {firewall #1}: INITIALIZING2019-01-24 21:22:36,203 MONITOR INFO {firewall #2}: INITIALIZINGOur working scale set looks like the following in the same log during gateway sync:2019-01-24 21:22:36,203 MONITOR INFO updating: {firewall #1} 2019-01-24 21:22:36,204 MONITOR INFO {firewall #1}: COMPLETE2019-01-24 21:22:36,204 MONITOR INFO {firewall #2} 2019-01-24 21:22:36,256 MONITOR INFO {firewall #2} : COMPLETENo issues with the auto-provision connectivity in general and no changes on our Azure side. These gateways were in my console at one point and then just disappeared and can't seem to find out why and a way to get them back in without a redeploy. Thanks in advance!** UPDATE **Looks like during a gateway sync the instances in the scale set could not be found (even though they existed and still do) and were deleted from the manager. However the firewalls still function but I am unable to manage them or push policy to them. Not sure how to get them back in to the policy without doing a re-image?
Dawei_Ye
Dawei_Ye inside CloudGuard IaaS 2 weeks ago
views 48 3

Have you guys deployed IPv6 gateways in AWS yet?

I am preparing to deploy GWs and SMS in AWS with IPv6 in China region. I used to use cloudformation to fulfilled this task with IPv4.But I didn't know if it work with IPv6. And are there any other tips or limitations in IPv6 in AWS? Regards,Dawei Ye
Ole_Jakobsen
Ole_Jakobsen inside CloudGuard IaaS 2 weeks ago
views 4501 16 3

AWS deployment with VSX on-prem gateway

Hi, I'm trying to do a deployment of CG in a AWS Transi VPC. I have read the guides Transit VPC for AWS R80.10 Deployment Guide and CloudGuard for AWS - Transit VPC Architecture, I have watched the video Step by Step deployment of automated, multi hub Transit VPC. One thing that is described in every guide is to make a VTI between the on-prem gateway via the Direct Connect (DC) to the gateways in the Transit VPC. My challange is that the on-prem gateway that is used to connect to the DC is a VS on VSX where VTI is not supported. (See: VSX supported features on R75.40VS and above) As I understand the VTI is primarily used with the BGP peering so the peers is directly connected. Then my solution to the unsupported VTI on VSX is to use BGP multihop os I don't need the VTI. Can any of you see any issues with this solution? I'm looking forward to any reply to this question CheersOle J
Valeri_Loukine
inside CloudGuard IaaS 2 weeks ago
views 53
Admin

White Paper - Deploying an R80.20 SMS and R80.10 Cluster on Azure

Author Danko Causevic Abstract: The attached document describes deployment of A Security Management Server and a Security Gateways Cluster on Azure.
Valeri_Loukine
inside CloudGuard IaaS 2 weeks ago
views 61 4
Admin

White Paper - Fully Automated Terraform GCP CloudGuard R80.10 Deployment

Author @Charles_Currier Abstract: Using Terraform automation tool to deploy a CloudGuard IAAS (vSEC) gateway on the Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Valeri_Loukine
inside CloudGuard IaaS 2 weeks ago
views 250 1
Admin

White Paper - Adding a CloudGuard cluster into an existing AWS environment

Author Kurt Johnson @Kurtis_Johnson Abstract: This is a step by step guide describing the process of adding a CloudGuard cluster into an existing AWS environment.
Pranay
Pranay inside CloudGuard IaaS 2 weeks ago
views 57 2

Checkpoint gateway

Hi,How to allow outside traffic through firewall. There are two zones defined zone 10 is the one which is behind the firewall & Zone 0 is outside the firewall. How can i all Zone 0 traffic to the firewall.
Valeri_Loukine
inside CloudGuard IaaS 2 weeks ago
views 59
Admin

White Paper - Deployment of a Check Point gateway / management in Google Cloud using gcloud shell

Author @Jordan_Schraa Abstract: The gcloud shell is a useful tool for automation in Google Cloud, and this documentation goes over how to leverage this tool to deploy Check Point products in the cloud to allow for quick and efficient deployment and redeployment of next generation firewalls into the cloud.
PhoneBoy
inside CloudGuard IaaS 2 weeks ago
views 1327 1 1
Admin

Reference Architecture for vSEC Public Cloud

Refer to the following SKs:Check Point Reference Architecture for AzureCheck Point vSEC reference architecture for Google Cloud PlatformAWS CloudFormation Templates​ Installation of vSEC Controller and vSEC Gateway in public cloud