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Tim Hall has done it again! He has just released the 2nd edition of "Max Power".
Rather than get into details here, I urge you to check out this announcement post.
It's a massive upgrade, and well worth checking out. -E

 

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    Re: R80.10 performance on standalone 4200

    In your experience, would you say the hardware (in this case RAM) was therefor underpowered?
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    Re: R80.10 performance on standalone 4200

    Thank you for your response. We're dealing mostly with smaller environments here and the 4200's in this case were deployed in a small-enterprise setup. This were really our first steps into the whole...
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    Re: R80.10 performance on standalone 4200

    Thanks... I realized it 10 minutes ago as well. We were always told it was no problem that's why I didn't really look into it any further.

    Perhaps anyone can say anything about the performance of...
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    R80.10 performance on standalone 4200

    We have a few standalone SG-4200's running 77.30. We've been having performance issues with these units from the moment we bought them and I feel like they're seriously underpowered.
    Regardless,...
  5. Re: "External" addresses should be considered internal

    I did not, because it's not just the IPS blade that's involved when traffic is considered internal <> external. For example, I have SIP traffic between the 2 sites and it's being processed by the...
  6. "External" addresses should be considered internal

    Ok I'm not quite getting this topology thing. Perhaps I didn't phrase my issue right, but I hope you get what I mean anyway.

    We have 2 sites, both with a standalone 4200 appliance with Gaia 77.30...
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