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Downloading ongoing take on gateway and redistribute package via CDT

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I need to rollout ongoing take on multiple gateways and since it's not GA HFA I cannot download it as tgz file directly and upload it to MGMT server and rollout this package to all targets via CDT.

If I download package on gateway and then via GAIA web gui Export package, it's exported in tar file, which contains two .tgz files.

This package cannot be used.

 

 

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Open a TAC request and ask for the tgz file. That should do the trick

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What if you gzip the tar file?
Also what version/JHF?
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r80.30 take 195
gzip doesn't help, cause inside of tar file, which is downloaded, there two other .tgz file, one with actual HFA and second with metadata.
If I extract those two tgz to tar and then create new .tgz from both tar files, it doesn't work with CDT. If I just tgz tar file with HFA data, it also doesn't load.

Error code 84 - Error in package's hf.config file

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hf.config not found in the package /home/admin/Check_Point_R80_30_JUMBO_HF_Bundle_T195_sk153152_Security_Gateway_3_10_FULL.tgz. Verify that the package is a valid CPUSE offline package and try again. Contact Check Point Support if this problem persists.
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Wait, why tar and not tgz? Some older browser versions had this issue. When you download HFA from User Center, what extension do you get?

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from usercenter is tgz for GA take, cannot download from usercenter directly ongoing take as tgz file.
Exporting package via web gui it comes as .tar file, with two tgz files inside.
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Open a TAC request and ask for the tgz file. That should do the trick

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