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Hello,

Anyone knows how to check in GAIA if AES-NI is enabled on supported appliances and open-servers?

The flag is not present in cpuinfo...

Thanks!

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Re: AES-NI

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run dmesg and grep for aes-ni

VPN-1: AES-NI is supported on this hardware

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Re: AES-NI

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Hello this could be helpful

Check Point supports AES-NI on the following appliances (only when running Gaia OS with 64-bit kernel):

ApplianceStarting in
3100 / 3200R77.30 for 3000
5600 / 5800R77.30 for 5000
12400 / 12600R76
13500 / 13800R76
15400 / 15600R77.30 for 15000
21400 / 21600 / 21700 / 21800R76
23500 / 23800R77.30 for 23000
41000 / 61000R76SP
44000 / 64000R76SP.50

On these appliances, AES-NI is enabled by default. AES-NI is also supported on Open Servers. Make sure that Gaia OS is running in 64-bit mode.

Official Document 

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Re: AES-NI

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Thank you Pablo!

It´s because of that information that i´m wondering how to check in GAIA if it is really enabled...

In a regular linux, cat /proc/cpuinfo shows if the instruction is present with the flag "aes"...

My gateways are running R80.10 on AES-NI supported appliances and open-servers.

Thanks!

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Re: AES-NI

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run dmesg and grep for aes-ni

VPN-1: AES-NI is supported on this hardware

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Re: AES-NI

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Thank you Matthew!

I get the output in appliances! Not on open-servers... I wonder why!? On the same machines with regular linux the instruction is there.

Regards

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