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By default, Check Point only monitors the highest VLAN ID and the lowest VLAN ID on each interface. The other interfaces still get cluster VIPs, as you can see in your 'cphaprob -a if' output, but they don't get CCP heartbeats. After all, the infrastructure between the firewalls on all of those interfaces is all but guaranteed to be the same, so more CCP would just waste more of the interface's time slots. Imagine the overhead of sending heartbeats on each of 500 VLAN IDs on a given interface.

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