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Maximum Mobile Users for 3100/3200 Appliance

Hi all, anyone know the maximum concurrent mobile users (Mobile Remote Access Blade) for 3100/3200?

I have a client who is using 2205 appliance (maximum: 50 users) and want to add the license to 110.

Appreciate any help.

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Depends on how much traffic each user is expected to transfer at once, not to mention other traffic the gateway is processing.

You should really discuss your detailed requirements with your local Check Point office or reseller so the appropriate solution can be spec'd.

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In terms of licensing the 3200 support CPSB-MOB-50 at maximum, that is 50 concurrent users. If you need to scale further the 5100 can have CPSB-MOB-200.

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Does it mean that lower model 1550 support 150 concurent mobile access users (100 included and 50 as additional software blade), and higher model 3200 can terminate only 55 mobile access users (5 included in the default package and 50 as Mobile Access extensions)?

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There are license capabilities (what is being referred to here) and then there is what the appliance can realistically handle.

The SMB appliances do come with more Remote Access users (depends on model) and can be extended by another 50 users or so.
The amount you can extend it is, realistically, what those devices can handle.

Our non-SMB appliances only come with 5 Remote Access users.
If you want to do more than that, you can buy licenses to extend this (either Mobile Access or Endpoint depending on your specific requirements).
Mobile Access licenses come in three flavors: 50, 200, and Unlimited.

Obviously, no appliance will truly support "Unlimited" users as CPU and Bandwidth limits will come into play (internet bandwidth, bandwidth each user is using, access method, etc).
Under optimal conditions, a 3200 can support several hundred remote access users--more than the SMB appliances.

As I noted above, you should work with your local office or reseller to make sure the correct appliance is specified for your needs.
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