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R80.20.05 for SMB 1500 series appliance

Amir_Ayalon
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Hi All

We have released R80.20.05 for SMB 1500 series appliance.

Full details in the SK

 

https://supportcenter.checkpoint.com/supportcenter/portal?eventSubmit_doGoviewsolutiondetails=&solut...

 

Highlights - What’s New R80.20.05

 

Networking

  •         Alias IP support - Associate more than one IP address to the same network interface.
  •         Link Aggregation - Aggregating/Bonding multiple network connections, Join two or more interfaces together to improve performance and redundancy by increasing the network throughput and bandwidth.
  •         Networking Support for 100 VLANs  
  •         Dynamic address assignment (DHCP) from internet connection for bridge interface

 

Access rulebase

  •         Domain object - Support for domain objects in access rule base (see sk120633)
  •         Updatable Objects - Support for network object that represents an external service (well known online service providers) for centrally managed appliances

 

Server Name Indications (SNI)

  •         Next Generation Bypass - TLS inspection based on Verified Subject Name
  • ·       Improved TLS implementation for TLS Inspection and categorization

 

Embedded Gaia R77.20 train gap closure

  •         Threat Emulation Private Cloud

 

Management and logs

  •        MaaS - Management as a Service for centrally managed appliances

 

Features in EA Quality

  •         IMAPs threat prevention email inspection
  •         POP3s threat prevention email inspection

 

 

Enhancements

  •         Gateway hostname can now be assigned from DHCP server with DHCP option 12

o   When you edit or add a new internet connection, you can select to get the hostname from your WAN DHCP server.
Gateway name is dynamic, assigned by the external DHCP  server which also provides an IP address upon request

  •         DHCP whitelist

Configure your network so IP addresses are assigned by the internal network DHCP server only for known hosts (defined as network objects and a specific MAC address is assigned to the IP). DHCP requests from other hosts are ignore.

 

 

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