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Prefix Lists?

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Does Check Point have Prefix-Lists like in Cisco? 

I would like to create a list of networks and reuse/reference that list in various Routemaps. 

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It's planned for R80.20.

I believe it is also enabled by the following hotfix on top of R80.10: Advanced Routing and Clustering Enhancements Hotfix for R80.10 

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It's planned for R80.20.

I believe it is also enabled by the following hotfix on top of R80.10: Advanced Routing and Clustering Enhancements Hotfix for R80.10 

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Thanks for the info. Real shame this isn't in already though.

I guess the Check Point Gateways aren't supposed to be used as comprehensive feature rich routers. 

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Maybe you could use routemap and "match network". I use it in some extent in my R77.30 / Cisco environment...

Example...
set routemap PXL_test id 10 on
set routemap PXL_test id 10 allow
set routemap PXL_test id 10 match network 10.34.1.0/24 exact
set routemap PXL_test id 10 match network 10.34.2.0/24 exact

Options for "match network" is ..
all     - Match Prefix and all its subnets
between - Range for network prefix length
exact   - Match Prefix/Masklength exactly
off     - Off
refines - Match only subnets of the prefix

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This is what I am currently doing, but I want to be able to re-use the same "list" of prefixes in multiple rules and even routemaps. 

The prefix-list feature in Cisco is really useful, but I will just sit tight and wait. 

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The supplied link gives a General Exception.

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Not sure why it's giving a general exception... only requires Advanced access to UserCenter.