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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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    Default CP1500

    On the CP webpage and in some SKs I found references about a CP 1500 SMB device, does anybody have more information about it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter42 View Post
    On the CP webpage and in some SKs I found references about a CP 1500 SMB device, does anybody have more information about it?
    Found this: https://supportcenter.checkpoint.com...ionid=sk157412

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    Default Re: CP1500

    Looks like new boxes Check Point just announced:

    https://www.checkpoint.com/downloads...-datasheet.pdf
    Zimmie

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    Default Re: CP1500

    Quote Originally Posted by peter42 View Post
    On the CP webpage and in some SKs I found references about a CP 1500 SMB device, does anybody have more information about it?
    Yep looks to be Embedded Gaia just like everything else in the 600-1700 range..but running R80.20 which is a HUGE step forward as far as eliminating various feature limitations..
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    Second Edition of my "Max Power" Firewall Book
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowPeak.com View Post
    Yep looks to be Embedded Gaia just like everything else in the 600-1700 range..but running R80.20 which is a HUGE step forward as far as eliminating various feature limitations..
    But even the 1400s won't get the new R80.20 release!

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    Default Re: CP1500

    Yes, definitely a good forward move - newer hardware/performance/version (anyone else notice the USB-C console port?).

    I'd still love to see these move to a more standard GW code base, while maintaining the price point and cool differences (UI, web management, wifi, etc.). Maybe eventually separate Embedded Gaia from the GW code and make Gaia the only difference from their bigger brethren - allowing easier/faster/unified upgrades and HFAs. Who knows, maybe this is a step in that direction?

    Looking forward to getting my hands on one...

    -E

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    Quote Originally Posted by EricAnderson View Post
    Yes, definitely a good forward move - newer hardware/performance/version (anyone else notice the USB-C console port?).

    I'd still love to see these move to a more standard GW code base, while maintaining the price point and cool differences (UI, web management, wifi, etc.). Maybe eventually separate Embedded Gaia from the GW code and make Gaia the only difference from their bigger brethren - allowing easier/faster/unified upgrades and HFAs. Who knows, maybe this is a step in that direction?

    Looking forward to getting my hands on one...

    -E
    That will probably not happen as long as it is ARM and not X86.

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