Check Point Question
Date: 19 Oct 2003 09:57:02 -0700
We have checkpoint Enterprise installed in our head office and want to
connect two remote branches into our existing VPN
12 users in one remote site
20 users in the other remote site
Going to put onto a Win2k server, P4 2.66, 512mb Ram
What Checkpoint software should i be buying, for the remote sites??
Any help would be appreciated
- Re: VPN routing
... A remote site connected by a point-to-point T1. ... We can connect with a VPN directly to the firewall's external ... The main firewall does have a static route for 10.0.3.0/24 through ...
- Re: Security question re- VPN clients on wireless networks
... Vpn's are only as secure as the remote site. ... trojan/virus etc it could get to the server via the VPN. ... is fairly safe and a little faster than running it though a VPN. ...
- Re: VPN routing
... A remote site connected by a point-to-point T1. ... We can connect with a VPN directly to the firewall's external ... The main firewall does have a static route for 10.0.3.0/24 through ... by VPN to this new connection, the remote computer routed *all* packets ...
- Re: VPN WinXP Firewall
... Networking, Internet, Routing, VPN, Anti-Virus, Tips & Troubleshooting on ... It connects OK but the name mappings (net use x: ... > The remote clients go thru a Linksys BEFSX41 at the remote site. ... The problem seems to have begun when the Win XP firewall update ...
- Re: Remote site bandwidth problems
... > for a single IPSec VPN, but I wondered which you were using. ... probably on the uplink from the remote site. ... > getting file corruption then it's either your DSL connection or your ... > need to make sure that you change the firewall tunnels to rekey at 24 ...