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Wolfgang
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Cluster, PPPoE, ISP redundancy

I want to know it‘s supported running two 1900 appliances with

- ClusterXL-HA

- ISP redundancy (3 WAN, one them with PPPoE)

- centrally managed via onPremise SMS or Smart-1 cloud

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Lesley
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Don't think so:

https://support.checkpoint.com/results/sk/sk177804

But this is GAIA embedded, maybe use 2 links for redundancy and dont use the PPPOE?

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PhoneBoy
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Modern versions of ISP Redundancy on Quantum Gateways support more than two ISPs.

Lesley
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Advisor

Big gateways even 10 😉 In versions R81.10 and higher, ISP Redundancy supports up to ten ISP Links

What about if it is a PPPOE link? Never seen that before in Redundancy

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PhoneBoy
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It should be supported on SMBs at least, which handle ISP Redundancy a little differently than regular gateways.

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Wolfgang
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Yes, this is a known sk article and the other problem ClusterXL and PPPoE listed in https://support.checkpoint.com/results/sk/sk101747

But I‘m talking about Sparc appliances, I think there are differences.

If PPPoE will be not supported with a cluster solution, Check Point can‘t be a solution for our customer. At the customers location ther‘s only one available internet provider. And they provide access via PPPoE only. The running Sophos gateway-cluster has no problem with this 😞

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