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office 365 application base routing

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I'm using CP version R77.30. Recently we have migrated to O365 for mail services. I have 3 ISP links for the internet. I need to route user's mail services (office365) only through one link. That link is only for mail traffic not for other traffics. As I know the current version (R77.30) of the CP doesn't support this requirement.  Is there any way to solve this issue?

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Yes, it requires enabling a hidden feature in R80.40.
It also has several limitations, documented in the following SK: https://supportcenter.checkpoint.com/supportcenter/portal?eventSubmit_doGoviewsolutiondetails=&solut...

 

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You may be able to achieve this with Policy Routing, but you'd have to either manually maintain or script the necessary changes to those IP address.
R80.40 has a way to meet this requirement without having to maintain the routing table with a script or manually.
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Thank you very much for your reply.

Manually & Scrip maintaining is not practical and won't be work perfectly. As you mentioned the above issue can solve R80.40 version. Do you have any guide for this?

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We don't have an official SK as of yet, it should come out soon.
As I've been advised it's still internal (for now), I can't share details here.
Your local Check Point office should be able to assist, however.
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Thanks.
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Is there an SK available for this yet?

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Yes, it requires enabling a hidden feature in R80.40.
It also has several limitations, documented in the following SK: https://supportcenter.checkpoint.com/supportcenter/portal?eventSubmit_doGoviewsolutiondetails=&solut...

 

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