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IP service level Agreement

Hi tell me exists in checkpoint IP Service Level Agreement - service-analog for cisco IP SLA?

Maybe in the interpretation of the checkpoint, it is called differently?

P/S There is a task to check the quality of the channel of the provider

of the means by which checkpoint I'll be able to do it?

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Re: IP service level Agreement

Usually there are only technical questions discussed here - this sounds like a question for your local CP SE.

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Re: IP service level Agreement

It’s long ago I worked directly with Cisco routers but IP SLA is definitely a technical feature.

I think the only analogy on Check Point is the „ping gateway“ feature to take routes offline if the next hop is not pingable.


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Re: IP service level Agreement

Oh, that is quite a relevation - i would otherwise never have thought of Service Level Agreement as a technical feature 😉

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Vladimir
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Re: IP service level Agreement

Please see https://community.checkpoint.com/message/25136-re-pbr-with-multiple-tracking?commentID=25136#comment...  for the post by Timothy Hall‌:

"A little-known feature of ClusterXL may be able to help here; ClusterXL can be configured to test connectivity to upstream IP addresses with ping, and initiate a failover based on loss of reachability to the pinged hosts.  There could be a very different Gaia PBR configuration on the standby member that takes over as a result.  See:

How to configure $FWDIR/bin/clusterXL_monitor_ips script to run automatically on Gaia / SecurePlatfo... "

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