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My first VPN with checkpoint technology

Good afternoon. I'm trying to configure my first VPN with checkpoint technology, but I can't do it.

I want to enter my local home network through the internet through a VPN Check Point 600 Appliance Version:R77.20.80

I wrote my Public IP address assigned by my ISP,
Select option Route all traffic through this site.
When I do the VPN connection test, it does not pass, what is the reason why the test does not pass?

What am I doing wrong?
can you help me please ❤️


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The "site" you are attempting to create is the remote end of a site-to-site VPN.
Which means you wouldn't be entering your public IP here, but the public IP of the remote end.
What is the remote end of the VPN in this case?


Excuse me but I did not understand you, I want to connect to my local network with an VPN from my computer  using internet, through Check Point 600 Device version: R77.20.80... I looked in the documentation but I don't see any manual for R77.20.80. that you configure the equipment, in addition the pdf documentation is done through executable software or from the terminal, but there is a manual from the web UI.


Can you please guide me, in which menu is the VPN configured? Am I in the wrong menu? What is the menu to configure the VPN?


If I get it right, what you need to configure is Remote Access and you are trying to configure Site-to-Site VPN. 




Thank for reply


I am following this guide

SMB Appliances - How to connect to the office using Check Point Remote Access (VPN) clients?


Download and Install

  1. Download and run the latest installation file. Refer to the Remote Access (VPN) Clients product page.
    For more information on Check Point Remote Access Solutions, see sk67820.
  2. During installation, select Endpoint Security VPN 
  3. Complete installation and reboot.
  4. For more operating systems and versions, go to Remote Access (VPN) Clients product page.


  1. Right-click the product notification icon and click on VPN Options.
  2. On the Sites tab, click New - the Site Wizard will start.
  3. Click Next.
  4. Enter the IP address of the SMB Appliance in your organization, given to you by your administrator, and click Next.
  5. Choose Authentication method Username and Password.


  1. Right-click the product notification icon and click on Connect.
  2. Enter username and password (consult your administrator if you do not know them) and click Connect




Client on Windows:


what am I doing wrong ? please help me.


Try to open in a browser - 


I entered that IP address in the browser.
The checkpoint Firewall Next Generation Check Point 600 Appliance device page opens



This is the admin interface and not remote access one. It does seem like the appliance does not have static Internet address?


Shouldn’t you use the public address (the 200 one) here?
The 10 address is a private address that won’t be reachable from the Internet.




No, currently my ISP (Internet service provider) does not offer me a static Internet address, but a dynamic IP address is not a problem, I will pay for a DNS service with my own domain

Before purchasing a DNS service I want to configure my Firewall with VPN.

I am not an expert in networks and computer security, but I have basic knowledge, I know a little about this topic.

I am in the menu, device> Routing.
I don't understand what this routing table works for, or what it does

Routing: View the routing table and configure manual routing rules
IPv4 Routing Table


To see my public IP address I enter the website I currently have ""

When I type this IP address in the browser, I can enter my ISP's rounter.
PS: for security measures this is not my real ip, it is an example. is 190.xx.xx.xx

I am thinking that the device has a bad configuration?



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You seem to have private IP ( assigned to the Internet connection at the moment. That will not work for remote access. You need to reconfigure your WAN interface so that it is assigned public IP either statically or dynamically. Then you can use some free DDNS service to always have the current public IP assigned to a hostname. Your own DNS will likely not help because you will need to update that IP manually every time it changes.


I'm so sorry. I did not want to put the real IP addresses for security measures but I need to configure this device.

I don't know if the correct term is private ip but this address is from my DHCP ISP's rounter

ISP's Rounter



This is the network diagram, how my network is structured

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Do I need to reconfigure my WAN interface?

PD: Post Edited press F5 🙂

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You need to either assign public IP on the CheckPoint device or setup NAT from your border router to CheckPoint appliance  (TCP/443 and UDP/4500). 

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