WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual Compex Systems Pte Ltd

Compex Systems Pte Ltd 802.11ac Dual Band Module

Page 1 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 2 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 3 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 4 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 5 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 6 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 7 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 8 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 9 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 10 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 11 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 12 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 13 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 14 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 15 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 16 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 17 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 18 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 19 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 20 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 21 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 22 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 23 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 24 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 25 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 26 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 27 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 28 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 29 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 30 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 31 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 32 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 33 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 34 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 35 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 36 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 37 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 38 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 39 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 40 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 41 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 42 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 43 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 44 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 45 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 46 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 47 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 48 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 49 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 50 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 51 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 52 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 53 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 54 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 55 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 56 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 57 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 58 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 59 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 60 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 61 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 62 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 63 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 64 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 65 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 66 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 67 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 68 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 69 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 70 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 71 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 72 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 73 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 74 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 75 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 76 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 77 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 78 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 79 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 80 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 81 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 82 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 83 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 84 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 85 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 86 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 87 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 88 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 89 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 90 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 91 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Page 92 of WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd

AF
Check Point 1430/1450
Appliance
Centrally Managed
Getting Started Guide
Models: L-71, L-71W, L-71WD
Classification: [Protected]
P/N 707410
AF
© 2017 Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.
All rights reserved. This product and related documentation
are protected by copyright and distributed under licensing
restricting their use, copying, distribution, and decompilation.
No part of this product or related documentation may be
reproduced in any form or by any means without prior written
authorization of Check Point. While every precaution has been
taken in the preparation of this book, Check Point assumes no
responsibility for errors or omissions. This publication and
features described herein are subject to change without notice.
RESTRICTED RIGHTS LEGEND:
Use, duplication, or disclosure by the government is subject to
restrictions as set forth in subparagraph (c)(1)(ii) of the Rights
in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at DFARS
252.227-7013 and FAR 52.227-19.
TRADEMARKS:
Refer to the Copyright page
http://www.checkpoint.com/copyright.html for a list of our
trademarks.
Refer to the Third Party copyright notices
http://www.checkpoint.com/3rd_party_copyright.html for a list
of relevant copyrights and third-party licenses.
AF
Latest Documentation
The latest version of this document is at:
http://downloads.checkpoint.com/dc/download.htm?ID=46106
To learn more, visit the Check Point Support Center
http://supportcenter.checkpoint.com.
Feedback
Check Point is engaged in a continuous effort to improve its
documentation.
Please help us by sending your comments
mailto:cp_techpub_feedback@checkpoint.com?subject=Feedba
ck on Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance Centrally Managed
Getting Started Guide.
AF
Health and Safety
Information
Read these warnings before setting up or using the appliance.
Warning - Do not block air vents. A minimum
1/2-inch clearance is required.
Warning - This appliance does not contain any
user-serviceable parts. Do not remove any covers
or attempt to gain access to the inside of the
product. Opening the device or modifying it in any
way has the risk of personal injury and will void
your warranty. The following instructions are for
trained service personnel only.
Power Supply Information
To reduce potential safety issues with the DC power source,
only use one of these:
•
The AC adapter supplied with the appliance.
•
A replacement AC adapter supplied by Check Point.
•
An AC adapter purchased as an accessory from Check
Point.
AF
To prevent damage to any system, it is important to handle all
parts with care. These measures are generally sufficient to
protect your equipment from static electricity discharge:
Restore the communications appliance system board and
peripherals back into the antistatic bag when they are not
in use or not installed in the chassis. Some circuitry on the
system board can continue operating when the power is
switched off.
•
•
Do not allow the lithium battery cell used to power the
real-time clock to short. The battery cell may heat up
under these conditions and present a burn hazard.
Warning - DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS
INCORRECTLY REPLACED. REPLACE ONLY WITH
SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE RECOMMENDED BY
THE MANUFACTURER. DISCARD USED
BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE
MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS.
•
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire or with household
waste.
•
Contact your local waste disposal agency for the address of
the nearest battery deposit site.
•
Disconnect the system board power supply from its power
source before you connect or disconnect cables or install
or remove any system board components. Failure to do this
can result in personnel injury or equipment damage.
•
Avoid short-circuiting the lithium battery; this can cause it
to superheat and cause burns if touched.
•
Do not operate the processor without a thermal solution.
Damage to the processor can occur in seconds.
AF
For California:
Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply. See
http://www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate
The foregoing notice is provided in accordance with California
Code of Regulations Title 22, Division 4.5, Chapter 33. Best
Management Practices for Perchlorate Materials. This product,
part, or both may include a lithium manganese dioxide battery
which contains a perchlorate substance.
Proposition 65 Chemical
Chemicals identified by the State of California, pursuant to the
requirements of the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic
Enforcement Act of 1986, California Health & Safety Code s.
25249.5, et seq. ("Proposition 65"), that is "known to the State
to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity." See
http://www.calepa.ca.gov.
WARNING:
Handling the cord on this product will expose you to lead, a
chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, and
birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after
handling.
AF
Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer's Name:
Manufacturer's Address:
Check Point Software
Technologies Ltd.
5 Ha'Solelim Street, Tel Aviv
67897, Israel
Declares under our sole responsibility, that the products:
Model Number:
L-71, *L-71W , **L-71WD
Product Options:
1430 Wired, 1430 WiFi, 1430
WiFi + DSL, 1450 Wired, 1450
WiFi, 1450 WiFi + DSL
Date First Applied:
January 2016
Conform to the following Product Specifications:
RF/Wi-Fi (* marked model)
Telecom (** marked model)
AF
Certification
Type
EMC,
EN 55032:2012 + AC:2013, Class B
*RF/WiFi,
**Telecom
EN 55032:2015 + AC:2016, Class B
EN 55024:2010 / A1:2015
EN 55024:2010
EN61000-3-2:2014
EN61000-3-3:2013
EN61000-4-2:2009
EN61000-4-3:2006+A1:2008+A2:2010
EN61000-4-4:2012
EN61000-4-5:2014
EN61000-4-6:2014
EN61000-4-11:2004
*EN 300 328 V2.1.1 (2016-11)
*EN 301 893 V2.1.1 (2017-05)
*EN 301 489-1 V2.1.1 (2017-02)
*EN 301 489-17 V3.1.1 (2017-02)
*EN 62311:2008 (SAR)
*EN 50386:2002, EN50383:2010 (SAR)
**ITU-T K.21 (04-2008)
AF
Certification
Type
EMC,
AS/NZS CISPR 32:2013, Class B
*RF, **Telecom
AS/NZS CISPR 32:2015, Class B
* AS/NZS 4268:2017
* ARPANSA Radiation Protection Standard
No.3:2002AS/NZS 2772.2:2011 (SAR)
**AS/CA S041.1-2015 & AS/CA S041.2-2015
**AS/CA S043.1:2015 / AS/CA S043.2:2015
AF
Certification
Type
EMC,
ANSI C63.4:2009
*RF, **Telecom
47 CRF FCC Part 15, Subpart B, Class B
ANSI C63.4:2014
ICES-003:2012 Issue 5 Class B
ICES-003:2016 Issue 6, Class B
*47 CFR FCC Part15, Subpart C
(section 15.247) ANSI C63.10:2013
*FCC Part 15, Subpart E (Section 15.407)
*KDB 905462 D02 UNII DFS Compliance
Procedures New Rules v02
*FCC Part 2 (Section 2.1091)
KDB 447498 D01
*RSS-247 Issue 1(1015-05)
*RSS-247 Issue 2 (2017-02)
*RSS-Gen Issue 4 (2014-11)
*RSS-102 Issue 5:2015
*IEEE C95.3-2002
*FCC KDB 447498 D01
**FCC Part 68, ANSI/TIA-968-B-3-2016
**CS-03 Part I Issue 9, Amendment 5,
March 2016
**CS-03, Part VIII, Issue 9, Amendment 5,
March 2016
10
AF
Certification
Type
EMC,
VCCI-CISPR 32:2016, Class B
*RF
VCCI, V-3/2015.4 Class B, V4/2012.04
JP ARIB STD-T66 (V3.7), MIC notice 88
Appendix 43
JP ARIB STD-T71 (V6.1), MIC notice 88
Appendix 45
EN 60950-1
Safety
IEC 60950-1
UL/ULc 60950-1,
AS/NZS 60950-1
Date and Place of Issue: January 2016, Tel Aviv, Israel
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement:
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation
is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may
not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must
accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
11
AF
interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•
Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
•
FCC Caution:
•
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void the user's
authority to operate this equipment.
•
This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in
conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure
limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This
equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum
distance of 20 centimeters between the radiator and your body.
12
AF
For Country Code Selection Usage (WLAN Devices)
Note: The country code selection is for non-US models only
and is not available to all US models. Per FCC regulation, all
WiFi products marketed in the US must be fixed to US
operation channels only.
Canadian Department Compliance Statement
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS
standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1. This device may not cause interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of the
device.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada
applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence.
L'exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes:
1. L'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et
2. L'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter tout brouillage
radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible
d'en compromettre le fonctionnement.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme
NMB-003 du Canada.
This device and its antenna(s) must not be co-located or
operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter,
except tested built-in radios.
13
AF
Cet appareil et son antenne ne doivent pas être situés ou
fonctionner en conjonction avec une autre antenne ou un autre
émetteur, exception faites des radios intégrées qui ont été
testées.
The County Code Selection feature is disabled for products
marketed in the US/ Canada.
La fonction de sélection de l'indicatif du pays est désactivée
pour les produits commercialisés aux États-Unis et au Canada.
FOR WLAN 5 GHz DEVICE:
Caution :
1. The device for operation in the band 5150-5250 MHz is only
for indoor use to reduce the potential for harmful
interference to co-channel mobile satellite systems;
2. The maximum antenna gain permitted for devices in the
bands 5250-5350 MHz and 5470-5725 MHz shall comply
with the e.i.r.p. limit; and
3. The maximum antenna gain permitted for devices in the
band 5725-5825 MHz shall comply with the e.i.r.p. limits
specified for point-to-point and non point-to-point
operation as appropriate.
4. The worst-case tilt angle(s) necessary to remain compliant
with the e.i.r.p. elevation mask requirement set forth in
Section 6.2.2(3) shall be clearly indicated. (For 5G B2 with
DFS devices only)
5. Users should also be advised that high-power radars are
allocated as primary users (i.e. priority users) of the bands
5250-5350 MHz and 5650-5850 MHz and that these radars
could cause interference and/or damage to LE-LAN
devices.
14
AF
Avertissement:
1. Les dispositifs fonctionnant dans la bande 5150-5250 MHz
sont réservés uniquement pour une utilisation à l’intérieur
afin de réduire les risques de brouillage préjudiciable aux
systèmes de satellites mobiles utilisant les mêmes
canaux;
2. Le gain maximal d’antenne permis pour les dispositifs
utilisant les bandes 5250-5350 MHz et 5470-5725 MHz doit
se conformer à la limite de p.i.r.e.;
3. Le gain maximal d’antenne permis (pour les dispositifs
utilisant la bande 5725-5825 MHz) doit se conformer à la
limite de p.i.r.e. spécifiée pour l’exploitation point à point et
non point à point, selon le cas.
4. Les pires angles d’inclinaison nécessaires pour rester
conforme à l’exigence de la p.i.r.e. applicable au masque
d’élévation, et énoncée à la section 6.2.2 3), doivent être
clairement indiqués. (Pour 5G B2 avec les périphériques
DFS uniquement)
5. De plus, les utilisateurs devraient aussi être avisés que les
utilisateurs de radars de haute puissance sont désignés
utilisateurs principaux (c.-à-d., qu’ils ont la priorité) pour
les bandes 5250-5350 MHz et 5650-5850 MHz et que ces
radars pourraient causer du brouillage et/ou des
dommages aux dispositifs LAN-EL.
15
AF
Japan Class B Compliance Statement:
European Union (EU) Electromagnetic Compatibility
Directive
This product is herewith confirmed to comply with the
requirements set out in the Council Directive on the
Approximation of the Laws of the Member States relating to
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (2014/30/EU).
This product is in conformity with Low Voltage Directive
2014/35/EU, and complies with the requirements in the Council
Directive 2014/35/EU relating to electrical equipment designed
for use within certain voltage limits and the Amendment
Directive 93/68/EEC.
16
AF
Product Disposal
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that
this product must not be disposed of with your other household
waste. Instead, it is your responsibility to dispose of your waste
equipment by handing it over to a designated collection point
for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment.
The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment
at the time of disposal will help to conserve natural resources
and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human
health and the environment. For more information about where
you can drop off your waste equipment for recycling, please
contact your local city office or your household waste disposal
service.
17
AF
Informations relatives à la
santé et à la sécurité (Class
B)
Avant de mettre en place ou d'utiliser l'appareil, veuillez lire
les avertissements suivants.
Avertissement : ne pas obturer les aérations. Il
faut laisser au moins 1,27 cm d'espace libre.
Avertissement : cet appareil ne contient aucune
pièce remplaçable par l'utilisateur. Ne pas retirer
de capot ni tenter d'atteindre l'intérieur.
L'ouverture ou la modification de l'appareil peut
entraîner un risque de blessure et invalidera la
garantie. Les instructions suivantes sont
réservées à un personnel de maintenance formé.
Information pour l'alimentation
Pour limiter les risques avec l'alimentation CC, n'utilisez que
l'une des solutions suivantes :
•
L'adaptateur secteur fourni avec l'appareil
•
Un adaptateur secteur de remplacement, fourni par Check
Point
•
Un adaptateur secteur acheté en tant qu'accessoire auprès
de Check Point
Pour éviter d'endommager tout système, il est important de
manipuler les éléments avec soin. Ces mesures sont
18
AF
généralement suffisantes pour protéger votre équipement
contre les décharges d'électricité statique :
Remettez dans leur sachet antistatique la carte système et
les périphériques de l'appareil de communications
lorsqu'ils ne sont pas utilisés ou installés dans le châssis.
Certains circuits sur la carte système peuvent rester
fonctionnels lorsque si l'appareil est éteint.
•
•
Ne jamais court-circuiter la pile au lithium (qui alimente
l'horloge temps-réel). Elle risque de s'échauffer et de
causer des brûlures.
Avertissement : DANGER D'EXPLOSION SI LA
PILE EST MAL REMPLACÉE. NE REMPLACER
QU'AVEC UN TYPE IDENTIQUE OU ÉQUIVALENT,
RECOMMANDÉ PAR LE CONSTRUCTEUR. LES
PILES DOIVENT ÊTRE MISES AU REBUT
CONFORMÉMENT AUX INSTRUCTIONS DE LEUR
FABRICANT.
•
Ne pas jeter les piles au feu ni avec les déchets ménagers.
•
Pour connaître l'adresse du lieu le plus proche de dépôt
des piles, contactez votre service local de gestion des
déchets.
•
Débrancher l'alimentation de la carte système de sa
source électrique avant de connecter ou déconnecter des
câbles ou d'installer ou retirer des composants. À défaut,
les risques sont d'endommager l'équipement et de causer
des blessures corporelles.
•
Ne pas court-circuiter la pile au lithium : elle risque de
surchauffer et de causer des brûlures en cas de contact.
19
AF
Ne pas faire fonctionner le processeur sans
refroidissement. Le processeur peut être endommagé en
quelques secondes.
•
Pour la Californie :
Matériau perchloraté : manipulation spéciale potentiellement
requise. Voir
http://www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate
L'avis suivant est fourni conformément au California Code of
Regulations, titre 22, division 4.5, chapitre 33. Meilleures
pratiques de manipulation des matériaux perchloratés. Ce
produit, cette pièce ou les deux peuvent contenir une pile au
dioxyde de lithium manganèse, qui contient une substance
perchloratée.
Produits chimiques « Proposition 65 »
Les produits chimiques identifiés par l'état de Californie,
conformément aux exigences du California Safe Drinking
Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 du California Health
& Safety Code s. 25249.5, et seq. (« Proposition 65 »), qui sont
« connus par l'état pour être cancérigène ou être toxiques
pour la reproduction » (voir http://www.calepa.ca.gov)
AVERTISSEMENT :
La manipulation de ce cordon vous expose au contact du
plomb, un élément reconnue par l'état de Californie pour être
cancérigène, provoquer des malformations à la naissance et
autres dommages relatifs à la reproduction. Se laver les mains
après toute manipulation.
20
AF
Déclaration de conformité
Nom du constructeur :
Adresse du constructeur :
Check Point Software
Technologies Ltd.
5 Ha'Solelim Street, Tel Aviv
67897, Israël
Déclare sous son entière responsabilité que les produits :
Numéro de modèle :
L-71, *L-71W , **L-71WD
Options de produit :
1430, 1430 Wi-Fi, 1430 Wi-Fi +
DSL, 1450, 1450 Wi-Fi, 1450
Wi-Fi + DSL
Date de demande initiale :
Janvier 2016
Sont conformes aux normes produit suivantes :
RF/Wi-Fi (modèle signalé par *)
Telecom ((modèle signalé par **)
21
AF
Certification
Type
EMC,
EN 55032:2012 + AC:2013, Classe B
*RF/WiFi,
**Telecom
EN 55032:2015 + AC:2016, Classe B
EN 55024:2010 / A1:2015
EN 55024:2010
EN61000-3-2:2014
EN61000-3-3:2013
EN61000-4-2:2009
EN61000-4-3:2006+A1:2008+A2:2010
EN61000-4-4:2012
EN61000-4-5:2014
EN61000-4-6:2014
EN61000-4-11:2004
*EN 300 328 V2.1.1 (2016-11)
*EN 301 893 V2.1.1 (2017-05)
*EN 301 489-1 V2.1.1 (2017-02)
*EN 301 489-17 V3.1.1 (2017-02)
*EN 62311:2008 (SAR)
*EN 50386:2002, EN50383:2010 (SAR)
**ITU-T K.21 (04-2008)
22
AF
Certification
Type
EMC,
AS/NZS CISPR 32:2013, Classe B
*RF,
**Telecom
AS/NZS CISPR 32:2015, Classe B
* AS/NZS 4268:2017
* ARPANSA Radiation Protection Standard
No.3:2002AS/NZS 2772.2:2011 (SAR)
**AS/CA S041.1-2015 & AS/CA S041.2-2015
**AS/CA S043.1:2015 / AS/CA S043.2:2015
23
AF
Certification
Type
EMC,
ANSI C63.4:2009
*RF,
**Telecom
47 CRF FCC Partie 15, Sous-partie B, Classe B
ANSI C63.4:2014
ICES-003:2012 Issue 5 Classe B
ICES-003:2016 Issue 6, Classe B
*47 CFR FCC Partie15, Sous-partie C (section
15.247) ANSI C63.10:2013
*FCC Partie 15, Sous-partie E (Section 15.407)
*KDB 905462 D02 UNII DFS Procédure de
conformité Nouvelles règles v02
*FCC Partie 2 (Section 2.1091)
KDB 447498 D01
*RSS-247 Issue 1(1015-05)
*RSS-247 Issue 2 (2017-02)
*RSS-Gen Issue 4 (2014-11)
*RSS-102 Issue 5:2015
*IEEE C95.3-2002
*FCC KDB 447498 D01
**FCC Part 68, ANSI/TIA-968-B-3-2016
**CS-03 Partie I Issue 9, Amendement 5, Mars
2016
**CS-03, Partie VIII, Issue 9, Amendement 5,
Mars 2016
24
AF
Certification
Type
EMC,
VCCI-CISPR 32:2016, Classe B
*RF
VCCI, V-3/2015.4 Classe B, V4/2012.04
JP ARIB STD-T66 (V3.7), avis MIC 88 Annexe 43
JP ARIB STD-T71 (V6.1), avis MIC 88 Annexe 45
EN 60950-1
Sécurité
IEC 60950-1
UL/ULc 60950-1,
AS/NZS 60950-1
Date et lieu d'émission : Janvier 2016, Tel Aviv, Israël
Déclaration à la Federal Communications Commission (FCC) :
Ce dispositif est conforme à la section 15 des réglementations
de la FCC. Son fonctionnement est soumis aux deux conditions
suivantes : (1) Cet appareil ne doit pas causer d'interférence
préjudiciable et (2) Cet appareil doit tolérer toute interférence
reçue, y compris celles qui pourraient causer un
fonctionnement indésirable.
Cet équipement a été testé et déclaré conforme aux limites
pour appareils numériques de classe B, selon la section 15 des
règlements de la FCC. Ces limitations sont conçues pour
fournir une protection raisonnable contre les interférences
nocives dans un environnement résidentiel. Cet appareil
génère, et peut diffuser des fréquences radio et, dans le cas
d’une installation et d’une utilisation non conforme aux
instructions, il peut provoquer des interférences nuisibles aux
25
AF
communications radio. Cependant, il n’existe aucune garantie
qu’aucune interférence ne se produira dans le cadre d'une
installation particulière. Si cet appareil provoque des
interférences avec un récepteur radio ou un téléviseur, ce qui
peut être détecté en mettant l’appareil sous et hors tension,
l’utilisateur peut essayer d’éliminer les interférences en
suivant au moins l’une des procédures suivantes :
•
Réorienter ou déplacer l’antenne de réception.
•
Augmenter la distance entre l’appareil et le récepteur.
•
Brancher l’appareil sur une prise appartenant à un circuit
différent de celui sur lequel est branché le récepteur.
•
Consulter le distributeur ou un technicien radio/télévision
qualifié pour obtenir de l’aide.
FCC Attention
•
Tout changement ou modification non expressément
approuvé par la partie responsable de la conformité
pourrait empêcher l’utilisateur autorisé de faire
fonctionner cet appareil.
•
Cet émetteur ne doit pas être installé ou utilisé en
conjonction avec d'autres antennes ou émetteurs.
Déclaration à la FCC sur l'exposition aux rayonnements
Cet équipement respecte les limites de la FCC en matière
d'exposition aux rayonnements radio, pour un environnement
non contrôlé. Cet équipement doit être installé et utilisé en
réservant au moins 20 cm entre l'élément rayonnant et
l'utilisateur.
26
AF
Concernant la sélection du code pays (appareils WLAN)
Remarque: la sélection du code pays est uniquement pour les
modèles hors Etats-Unis, et reste indisponible pour tout
modèle vendus aux États-Unis. Selon la règlementation FCC
tous les produits WIFI commercialisés aux Etats-Unis sont
fixés uniquement sur des canaux américains.
Déclaration de conformité du département Canadien :
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d'Industrie Canada
applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence.
L'exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes:
1. L'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et
2. L'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter tout brouillage
radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible
d'en compromettre le fonctionnement.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme
NMB-003 du Canada.
Cet appareil et son antenne ne doivent pas être situés ou
fonctionner en conjonction avec une autre antenne ou un autre
émetteur, exception faites des radios intégrées qui ont été
testées.
La fonction de sélection de l'indicatif du pays est désactivée
pour les produits commercialisés aux États-Unis et au Canada.
27
AF
POUR WLAN 5 GHz DISPOSITIF:
Avertissement:
1. Les dispositifs fonctionnant dans la bande 5150-5250 MHz
sont réservés uniquement pour une utilisation à l’intérieur
afin de réduire les risques de brouillage préjudiciable aux
systèmes de satellites mobiles utilisant les mêmes
canaux;
2. Le gain maximal d’antenne permis pour les dispositifs
utilisant les bandes 5250-5350 MHz et 5470-5725 MHz doit
se conformer à la limite de p.i.r.e.;
3. Le gain maximal d’antenne permis (pour les dispositifs
utilisant la bande 5725-5825 MHz) doit se conformer à la
limite de p.i.r.e. spécifiée pour l’exploitation point à point et
non point à point, selon le cas.
4. Les pires angles d’inclinaison nécessaires pour rester
conforme à l’exigence de la p.i.r.e. applicable au masque
d’élévation, et énoncée à la section 6.2.2 3), doivent être
clairement indiqués. (Pour 5G B2 avec les périphériques
DFS uniquement)
5. De plus, les utilisateurs devraient aussi être avisés que les
utilisateurs de radars de haute puissance sont désignés
utilisateurs principaux (c.-à-d., qu’ils ont la priorité) pour
les bandes 5250-5350 MHz et 5650-5850 MHz et que ces
radars pourraient causer du brouillage et/ou des
dommages aux dispositifs LAN-EL.
28
AF
Déclaration de conformité de classe B pour le Japon :
Directive de l'Union européenne relative à la
compatibilité électromagnétique
Ce produit est certifié conforme aux exigences de la directive
du Conseil concernant le rapprochement des législations des
États membres relatives à la directive sur la compatibilité
électromagnétique (2014/30/EU).
Ce produit est conforme à la directive basse tension
2014/35/EU et satisfait aux exigences de la directive
2014/35/EU du Conseil relative aux équipements électriques
conçus pour être utilisés dans une certaine plage de tensions,
selon les modifications de la directive 93/68/CEE.
29
AF
Mise au rebut du produit
Ce symbole apposé sur le produit ou son emballage signifie
que le produit ne doit pas être mis au rebut avec les autres
déchets ménagers. Il est de votre responsabilité de le porter à
un centre de collecte désigné pour le recyclage des
équipements électriques et électroniques. Le fait de séparer
vos équipements lors de la mise au rebut, et de les recycler,
contribue à préserver les ressources naturelles et s'assure
qu'ils sont recyclés d'une façon qui protège la santé de
l'homme et l'environnement. Pour obtenir plus d'informations
sur les lieux où déposer vos équipements mis au rebut,
veuillez contacter votre municipalité ou le service de gestion
des déchets.
30
AF
Contents
Health and Safety Information
Informations relatives à la santé et à la sécurité (Class B)18
Introduction
33
Welcome ...................................................................................33
Shipping Carton Contents.....................................................34
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance Hardware...................35
Front Panel ....................................................................................36
Back Panel......................................................................................40
Security Gateway Software Blades ....................................45
Configuring Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance
47
Recommended Workflow .....................................................47
Deployment ..............................................................................49
Defining the Object in SmartDashboard ...............................49
Preparing to Install the Security Policy ................................54
Setting Up the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance .............56
Connecting the Cables ................................................................56
Using the First Time Configuration Wizard .........................57
Large-scale Deployment ......................................................79
Defining a SmartLSM Gateway Profile for a Large-scale
Deployment ....................................................................................79
Deploying with SmartProvisioning .........................................80
Restoring Factory Defaults
81
AF
Appendix A: Browser Security Warnings
84
Appendix B: Security Management Issues
86
Viewing the Policy Installation Status .............................. 86
Configuring Notification Settings....................................... 90
Getting Support
92
Support..................................................................................... 92
Where To From Here? .......................................................... 92
AF
Introduction
Review these documents before doing the procedures in this
guide:
Release Notes
•
Known Limitations
•
For more information about the Check Point 1430/1450
Appliance, see the relevant Check Point Appliance
Administration Guide.
Welcome
Thank you for choosing Check Point's Internet Security Product
Suite. Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance delivers integrated
unified threat management to protect your organization from
today's emerging threats.
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance supports the Check Point
Software Blade architecture and provides independent,
modular, and centrally managed security building blocks.
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance runs an embedded version of
the Gaia operating system. Embedded Gaia supports built-in
network switches, wireless networks, 4G/LTE Internet
connectivity, multiple Internet connections (more than 2) in
High Availability or Load Sharing mode, Policy Based Routing,
DDNS support, and quick deployment (with USB).
33
AF
Shipping Carton Contents
Description
A single Check Point 1430/1450
Appliance
Appliance
Item
Power Supply and
Accessories
Guides
•
1 power adapter
•
1 power cord
•
2 standard network cables
•
1 serial console cable
•
1 mini USB console cable
•
Wall mount kit (screws and plastic anchors)
•
1 telephone cable (only in DSL models)
•
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance Quick Start
•
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance Getting Started
Guide
Guide
Wireless Network
Antennas
3 wireless network antennas (only in
wireless network models)
Sticker
LEDs behavior
License Agreement
End user license agreement
34
AF
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance
Hardware
These are the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance models:
•
Wired
•
Wireless (WiFi)
•
Wireless + DSL
The differences in the front and back panels are described in
this section.
35
D
Wired Model
AF
Front Panel
WiFi Model
36
Item
Alert LED
AF
Key
Description
•
Blinking green during boot.
•
Red when the appliance has a resource problem such as
Internet LED
•
Green when connected to the Internet.
•
Blinking red when the Internet connection is configured
memory shortage.
but fails to connect.
SD LED
Green when SD card is inserted.
USB LED
Green when a USB device is connected.
LAN1 LAN6, DMZ,
WAN LEDS
Speed Indicator
•
Orange when the port speed is 1000 Mbps.
•
Green when the port speed is 100 Mbps.
•
Not lit when the port speed is 10 Mbps.
Activity Indicator
•
Power LED
Not lit when there is no link.
•
Green when there is a link but no traffic encountered.
•
Blinking green when encountering traffic.
•
Green when the appliance is turned on.
•
Red when there is a boot error or the appliance is in
maintenance mode.
USB port
USB port that is used for:
•
WiFi LED
Cellular and analog modems.
•
Reinstalling the appliance with new firmware.
•
Running a first-time configuration script.
(Only in WiFi and WiFi + VDSL models).
•
Blinking green when there is WiFi activity.
•
Green when there is no WiFi activity.
37
AF
WiFi + DSL
Key
Item
Description
Alert LED
•
Blinking green during boot.
•
Red when the appliance has a resource problem such as
memory shortage.
DSL LED
•
Off – DSL Modem is off.
•
Blinking green - DSL modem is performing
•
Steady green – DSL is synchronized.
•
Off – DSL Modem is off.
•
Blinking green - DSL modem is performing
synchronization.
Internet LED
synchronization.
•
Steady green – DSL is synchronized.
SD LED
Green when SD card is inserted.
USB LED
Green when a USB device is connected.
38
Item
WiFi LED
Description
(Only in WiFi and WiFi + DSL models).
Blinking green when there is WiFi activity.
•
Green when there is no WiFi activity.
DSL Traffic
LED
•
Off - DSL connection has not been established.
LAN1 LAN6, DMZ,
WAN LEDS
Speed Indicator
•
AF
Key
•
Blinking Green - DSL connection is established. The
blinking rate is proportional to the internet traffic rate.
•
Orange when the port speed is 1000 Mbps.
•
Green when the port speed is 100 Mbps.
•
Not lit when the port speed is 10 Mbps.
Activity Indicator
Power LED
•
Not lit when there is no link.
•
Green when there is a link but no traffic encountered.
•
Blinking green when encountering traffic.
•
Green when the appliance is turned on.
•
Red when there is a boot error or the appliance is in
maintenance mode.
10
USB port
USB port that is used for:
•
Cellular and analog modems.
•
Reinstalling the appliance with new firmware.
•
Running a first-time configuration script.
39
D
Wired Model
AF
Back Panel
WiFi Model
40
AF
Item
Description
Ground (Earth)
Functional grounding.
DMZ and WAN
ports
Built in Ethernet ports.
Key
Console port
RJ45 or Mini USB Serial connection
configured to 115200 bps by default.
Note - When both the RJ45 and Mini
USB cables are connected, the Mini
USB takes precedence.
Reboot button
Lets you forcibly reboot the appliance.
The button is recessed into the
appliance chassis to prevent accidental
reboot. The appliance reboots after you
press the button.
PWR+12VDC
Connects to the power supply unit's
cable. Note - The power unit cable
must be securely screwed in to the
appliance.
Factory Default
button
Lets you restore the appliance to its
factory defaults. The button is
recessed into the appliance chassis to
prevent accidental restoring of factory
default settings. See Restoring Factory
Defaults (on page 81).
41
AF
Key
Item
ANT1, ANT2 and Ports for attaching wireless network
ANT3
antennas. (Only in WiFi and WiFi +
VDSL models).
42
Built in Ethernet ports.
LAN1-LAN6
ports
Description
AF
WiFi + DSL
Key
Item
Description
ANT1, ANT2 and Ports for attaching wireless network
ANT3
antennas. (Only in WiFi and WiFi + DSL
models).
DSL
Port for attaching telephone cable
(only in WiFi + DSL models).
Factory Default
button
Lets you restore the appliance to its
factory defaults. The button is
recessed into the appliance chassis to
prevent accidental restoring of factory
default settings. See Restoring Factory
Defaults (on page 81).
43
AF
Item
PWR+12VDC
Description
Connects to the power supply unit's
cable. Note - The power unit cable
must be securely screwed in to the
appliance.
Key
Reboot button
Lets you forcibly reboot the appliance.
The button is recessed into the
appliance chassis to prevent accidental
reboot. The appliance reboots after you
press the button.
Console port
RJ45 or Mini USB Serial connection
configured to 115200 bps by default.
You can also use this port to connect
an analog modem. Note - When both
the RJ45 and Mini USB cables are
connected, the Mini USB takes
precedence.
DMZ and WAN
ports
Built in Ethernet ports.
Ground (Earth)
Functional grounding.
LAN1 - LAN6
ports
Built in Ethernet ports.
44
AF
Security Gateway Software Blades
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance has these Software Blades:
Firewall - World’s most proven firewall solution that can
examine hundreds of applications, protocols and services
out-of-the box. The firewall also performs Network
Address Translation and intelligent VoIP security.
•
•
IPSec VPN - Sophisticated (but simple to manage)
Site-to-Site VPN and flexible Remote Access working
seamlessly with a variety of VPN agents.
•
Application Control - Signature-based granular control of
thousands of Internet applications and Web 2.0 widgets.
•
URL Filtering - Best of breed URL filtering engine, based
on a central database, located in the Check Point data
center. This ensures excellent coverage of URLs, while
maintaining minimal footprints on devices. Check Point
1430/1450 Appliance provides cut-through performance, as
URL categorization queries are done asynchronously.
•
Identity Awareness - Gives user and machine visibility
across network blades. Enables the creation of
identity-based access policies for application and resource
control.
•
IPS (More than 2000 protections) - Best in class integrated
IPS with leading performance and unlimited scaling. IPS
protections are updated with IPS updates.
•
Anti-spam & Email Security (based on IP Reputation and
content) - Comprehensive and multidimensional protection
for organizations’ email infrastructure. This includes
updates.
45
AF
Anti-virus - Provides superior Anti-virus protection against
modern malware multiple attack vectors and threats. It
offers powerful security coverage by supporting millions of
signatures. In addition, it leverages the Check Point
ThreatCloud repository to identify and block incoming
malicious files from entering the organization.
•
Anti-Bot - Detects bot-infected machines and prevents bot
damages by blocking bot Command and Control (C&C)
communications.
•
Threat Emulation - Protects networks against unknown
threats in files that are downloaded from the internet or
attached to emails.
•
Advanced Networking and Clustering - For dynamic
routing and Multicast support. Wire speed packet
inspection with SecureXL and high availability or load
sharing with ClusterXL.
•
QoS - Quality of Service optimizes network performance by
prioritizing business-critical applications and end-user
traffic. It guarantees bandwidth and control latency for
streaming applications, such as VoIP and video
conferencing.
•
46
AF
Configuring Check Point
1430/1450 Appliance
The appliance is a Security Gateway. A remote Security
Management Server manages the Security Gateway in
SmartDashboard with a network object and security policy. We
recommend that you define a gateway object and prepare the
policy before you configure the appliance with the First Time
Configuration Wizard.
Recommended Workflow
There are two types of centrally managed deployments:
Small-scale deployment - Where you configure between 1 and
25 Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance gateways.
Large-scale deployment - Where you configure over 25 Check
Point 1430/1450 Appliance gateways using a SmartLSM profile
and SmartProvisioning.
In small-scale deployment, you configure multiple Check Point
1430/1450 Appliance gateways.
1. Install a Security Management Server and SmartConsole
client that operate with Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance.
2. Define the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance object in
SmartDashboard and prepare a policy for it.
3. Set up the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance and connect
the cables.
47
AF
4. Use the First Time Configuration Wizard to do the initial
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance configuration.
5. Optional: You can manage settings such as DNS, host
names, and routing through SmartProvisioning. For more
information, see the SmartProvisioning section in the
appliance Administration Guide.
To define a large-scale deployment (on page 79)
(recommended workflow:
1. Install a Security Management Server and SmartConsole
clients that operate with Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance.
2. Define a SmartLSM profile in SmartDashboard.
3. Deploy with SmartProvisioning.
48
AF
Deployment
To manage the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance in a centrally
managed deployment, you must install a Security Management
Server and SmartConsole clients that operate with Check Point
1430/1450 Appliance.
The Security Management Server versions that operate with
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance are versions R77.30 and
higher.
For installation instructions, see the version’s release notes.
After you install the SmartConsole clients you can define the
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance object in SmartDashboard (in
small-scale deployments) or create a SmartLSM profile (in
large-scale deployments) and prepare the security policy.
Defining the Object in SmartDashboard
You can define the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance in
SmartDashboard before or after configuration of the appliance
on site. The options are:
•
Management First - The gateway object is defined in
SmartDashboard before you configure and set up the
actual appliance on site. This is used for remotely deployed
appliances or appliances that connect to the Security
Management Server with a dynamic IP, as the IP is not
known at the time of the configuration of the object in
SmartDashboard. You can prepare a policy that the
appliance will fetch when it is configured.
49
AF
Gateway First – You first configure and set up the Check
Point 1430/1450 Appliance. It will then try to communicate
with the Security Management Server (if this is configured)
at one hour intervals. If the gateway is connected when you
create the object in SmartDashboard, the wizard retrieves
data from the gateway and helps in configuration.
•
Note - We recommend that you use the Management First
option using the steps below.
To define the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance object:
1. Log in to SmartDashboard with your Security Management
credentials.
2. From the Network Objects tree, right click Check Point and
select Security Gateway/Management.
The Check Point Security Gateway Creation window opens.
3. Select Wizard Mode.
The wizard opens to General Properties.
4. Enter a name for the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance
object and select the hardware type for the hardware
platform.
If the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance does not appear in
the hardware list in the R77.30 SmartDashboard, refer to
sk111292
http://supportcontent.checkpoint.com/solutions?id=sk1112
92.
5. Set the Security Gateway Version to R77.20.
6. Select Static IP address or Dynamic IP address to get the
gateway's IP address.
7. Click Next.
50
AF
To configure a static IP address:
1. In the Authentication section, select Initiate trusted
communication securely by using a one-time password or
Initiate trusted communication without authentication
(less secure).
2. If you selected Initiate trusted communication securely by
using a one-time password, enter a one-time password
and confirm it. This password is only used to establish the
initial trust. Once established, trust is based on security
certificates.
Important - This password must be identical to the
one-time password you define for the appliance in
the First Time Configuration Wizard.
3. In the Trusted Communication section, select Initiate
trusted communication automatically when the Gateway
connects to the Security Management server for the first
time or Initiate trusted communication now.
4. Click Connect.
A status window appears.
5. Click Next.
To configure a dynamic IP address:
1. In the Gateway Identifier section, select one identifier:
Gateway name, MAC address or First to connect.
2. In the Authentication section, select Initiate trusted
communication securely by using a one-time password or
Initiate trusted communication without authentication
(less secure).
3. If you select Initiate trusted communication securely by
using a one-time password, enter a one-time password
51
AF
and confirm it. This password is only used for establishing
the initial trust. Once established, trust is based on
security certificates.
Important - This password must be identical to the
one-time password you define for the appliance in
the First Time Configuration Wizard.
4. Click Next.
To configure the software blades:
In the Blade Activation page, select the software blades that
you want to activate and configure.
To configure blades later:
1. Select Activate and configure software blades later.
2. Click Next.
To configure blades now:
1. Select Activate and configure software blades now.
2. Select the check boxes next to the blades you want to
activate and configure.
3. Configure the required options:
52
•
NAT - the Hide internal networks behind the
Gateway’s external IP checkbox is selected by default.
•
QoS - Set the inbound and outbound bandwidth rates.
•
IPSec VPN - Make sure that the VPN community has
been predefined. If it is a star community, Check Point
1430/1450 Appliance is added as a satellite gateway.
Select a VPN community that the Gateway participates
in from the Participate in a site to site community list.
AF
IPS - Select a profile from the Assign IPS Profile list or
click Manage to create/edit an IPS profile.
•
Identity Awareness - Complete the wizard pages that
open to define the Identity Awareness acquisition
sources. In the Active Directory Servers page of the
wizard, make sure to select only AD servers that your
gateway works with.
•
4. Click Next.
To hide the VPN domain:
Select Hide VPN domain behind this gateway's external IP.
Select this option only if you want to hide all internal networks
behind this gateway’s external IP. All outgoing traffic from
networks behind this gateway to other sites that participate in
VPN community will be encrypted.
With this option, connections that are initiated from other sites
that are directed to hosts behind this gateway will not be
encrypted. If you need access to hosts behind this gateway,
choose other options (define VPN topology) or make sure all
traffic from other sites is directed to this gateway's external IP
and define corresponding NAT port-forwarding rules, such as:
Translate the destination of incoming HTTP connections that
are directed to this gateway's external IP to the IP address of a
web server behind this gateway.
53
AF
To create a new VPN domain group:
1. Make sure that the Create a new VPN domain option is
selected.
2. In the Name field, enter a name for the group.
3. From the Available objects list, select the applicable
objects and click Add. The objects are added to the VPN
domain members list.
To select a predefined VPN domain:
1. Click Select an existing VPN domain.
2. From the VPN Domain list, select the domain.
3. Click Next.
In the Installation Wizard Completion page, you see a
summary of the configuration parameters you set.
4. If you want to configure more options of the Security
Gateway, select Edit Gateway properties for further
configuration.
5. Click Finish.
The General Properties window of the newly defined object
opens.
Preparing to Install the Security Policy
To prepare the policy for automatic installation when the
gateway connects:
1. In the menu, click Policy > Install.
2. Select the Security Gateways on which to install the policy.
The Install Policy window opens.
3. Select the policy components.
54
AF
4. Select how the security policy is installed:
•
On each selected gateway independently
•
On all selected gateways
If it fails, do not install on gateways of the same version.
5. Click OK.
The Installation Process window shows the status of the
Network Security policy for the selected target.
If you used the Management First configuration option:
•
The Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance object is defined but
the appliance is not set up.
•
The Installation Process window shows the "Waiting for
first connection" status and the message "Installation
completed successfully". The policy is successfully
prepared for installation and not actually installed. When
the appliance will be set up and the gateway connects to
the Security Management Server, it establishes trust and
then attempts to install the policy automatically.
If you used the Gateway First configuration option:
•
When you successfully complete this step, the policy is
pushed to the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance.
•
For a list of possible statuses, see Viewing the Policy
Installation Status (on page 86).
You can track the status of the security policy installation with
the Policy Installation Status window and the status bar.
55
AF
Setting Up the Check Point 1430/1450
Appliance
1. Remove the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance from the
shipping carton and place it on a tabletop.
2. Identity the network interface marked as LAN1. This
interface is preconfigured with the IP address 192.168.1.1.
Connecting the Cables
1. Connect the power supply unit to the appliance and to a
power outlet.
The appliance is turned on when the power supply unit is
connected to an outlet.
The Power LED on the front panel lights up. This indicates
that the appliance is turned on.
The Alert LED (called the Notice LED in the 600 appliance)
on the front panel starts to blink. This indicates that the
appliance is booting up.
When the Alert LED turns off, the appliance is ready for
login.
2. Connect the standard network cable to the LAN1 port on
the appliance and to the network adapter on your PC.
3. Connect another standard network cable to the WAN port
on the appliance and to the external modem, external
router, or network point.
56
AF
Using the First Time Configuration Wizard
Configure the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance with the First
Time Configuration Wizard.
To close the wizard and save configured settings, click Quit.
Note - In the First Time Configuration Wizard, you may not see
all the pages described in this guide. The pages that show in
the wizard depend on your Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance
model and the options you select.
Starting the First Time Configuration Wizard
To configure the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance for the first
time after you complete the hardware setup, you use the First
Time Configuration Wizard.
If you do not complete the wizard because of one of these
conditions, the wizard will run again the next time you connect
to the appliance:
•
The browser window is closed.
•
The appliance is restarted while you run the wizard.
After you complete the wizard, you can use the WebUI (Web
User Interface) to change settings configured with the First
Time Configuration Wizard and to configure advanced settings.
To open the WebUI, enter one of these addresses in the
browser:
•
http://my.firewall
•
http://192.168.1.1:4434
57
AF
If a security warning message shows, confirm it and continue.
For more details, see Appendix A: Browser Security Warnings
(on page 84).
The First Time Configuration Wizard runs.
Welcome
The Welcome page introduces the product and shows the
name of your appliance.
To change the language of the WebUI application:
Select the language link at the top of the page.
Note that only English is allowed as the input language.
58
AF
Authentication Details
Administrator Name - We recommend that you change the
default "admin" login name of the administrator. The name
is case sensitive.
•
In the Authentication Details page, enter these details to log in
to the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance WebUI application or if
the wizard closes abnormally:
•
Password - A strong password has a minimum of 6
characters with at least one capital letter, one lower case
letter, and a special character. Use the Password strength
meter to measure the strength of your password.
Note - The meter is only an indicator and does not enforce
creation of a password with a specified number of
characters or character combination. To enforce password
complexity, click the check box.
•
Confirm Password - Enter the password again.
•
Country - Select a country from the list (for wireless
network models).
59
AF
Appliance Date and Time Settings
In the Appliance Date and Time Settings page, configure the
appliance's date, time, and time zone settings manually or use
the Network Time Protocol option.
When you set the time manually, the host computer's settings
are used for the default date and time values. If necessary,
change the time zone setting to reflect your correct location.
Daylight Savings Time is automatically enabled by default. You
can change this in the WebUI application on the Device > Date
and Time page.
60
AF
When you use the NTP option, there are two default servers
you can use. These are ntp.checkpoint.com and
ntp2.checkpoint.com.
Appliance Name
In the Appliance Name page, enter a name to identify the
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance, and enter a domain name
(optional).
When the gateway performs DNS resolving for a specified
object’s name, the domain name is appended to the object
name. This lets hosts in the network look up hosts by their
internal names.
61
AF
The name of the appliance must be identical to the name of the
gateway object in the Security Management Server if:
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance does not use a static IP
and the unique identifier for the gateway in
SmartDashboard is set to use the gateway name.
•
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance is managed through
SmartProvisioning.
•
62
AF
Security Policy Management
Central management - A remote Security Management
Server manages the Security Gateway in SmartDashboard
with a network object and security policy.
•
In the Security Policy Management page, select how to
manage security settings.
•
Local management - The appliance uses a web application
to manage the security policy. After you configure the
appliance with the First Time Configuration Wizard, the
default security policy is enforced automatically. With the
WebUI, you can configure the software blades you activated
and fine tune the security policy.
This Getting Started Guide describes how to configure a
centrally managed deployment.
63
AF
Internet Connection
In the Internet Connection page, configure your Internet
connectivity details or select Configure Internet connection
later.
To configure Internet connection now:
1. Select Configure Internet connection now.
2. From the Connection Protocol drop down list, select the
protocol used for connecting to the Internet.
3. Fill in the fields for the selected connection protocol. The
required information is different for each protocol. You can
get it from your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
64
•
Static IP - A fixed (non-dynamic) IP address.
•
DHCP - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
automatically issues IP addresses within a specified
range to devices on a network. This is a common option
when you connect through a cable modem.
•
PPPoE (PPP over Ethernet) - A network protocol for
encapsulating Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) frames
inside Ethernet frames. It is used mainly with DSL
services where individual users connect to the DSL
modem over Ethernet and in plain Metro Ethernet
networks.
•
PPTP - The Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) is
a method for implementing virtual private networks.
PPTP uses a control channel over TCP and a GRE
tunnel operating to encapsulate PPP packets.
•
L2TP - Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) is a tunneling
protocol used to support virtual private networks
(VPNs). It does not provide any encryption or
confidentiality by itself. It relies on an encryption
AF
protocol that it passes within the tunnel to provide
privacy.
Cellular Modem - Connect to the Internet using a
wireless modem to a cellular ISP.
•
Analog Modem - Connect to the Internet using an
analog modem.
•
Bridge - Connects multiple network segments at the
data link layer (Layer 2).
•
Wireless - Connects to a wireless network. Connection
through the wireless interface in the First Time
Configuration Wizard is always DHCP.
•
4. In the DNS Server field (shown for Static IP and Bridge
connections), enter the DNS server address information in
the relevant fields. For DHCP, PPPoE, PPTP, L2TP, Analog
Modem, and Cellular Modem, the DNS settings are
supplied by your service provider. You can override these
settings later in the WebUI application under the Device >
DNS page.
We recommend you configure the DNS as Check Point
1430/1450 Appliance needs to perform DNS resolving for
different functions. For example, to connect to Check Point
User Center during license activation or when Application
Control, Web Filtering, Traditional Anti-virus or Anti-spam
services are enabled.
5. In the Network names(SSID) field, click the arrow to select
a wireless network.
If the network is secure, enter a password. Depending on
the security type, you might need to enter the user name.
65
AF
To test your ISP connection status:
Click Connect.
The appliance connects to your ISP. Success or failure shows
at the bottom of the page.
Local Network
In the Local Network page, select whether to enable or disable
switch on LAN ports and configure your network settings. By
default, they are enabled. You can change the IP address and
stay connected as the appliance's original IP is kept as an alias
IP until the first time you boot the appliance.
DHCP is enabled by default and a default range is configured.
Make sure to set the range accordingly and be careful not to
include predefined static IPs in your network. Set the exclusion
66
AF
range for IP addresses that should not be defined by the DHCP
server.
The appliance's IP address is automatically excluded from the
range. For example, if the appliance IP is 1.1.1.1 the range also
starts from 1.1.1.1, but will exclude its own IP address.
Important - If you choose to disable the switch on
LAN ports (clear the checkbox), make sure your
network cable is placed in the LAN1 port. Otherwise,
connectivity will be lost when you click Next.
67
AF
Wireless Network (for Wireless Network Models)
This applies to Wireless Network (WiFi) models only.
In the Wireless Network page, configure wireless connectivity
details.
When you configure a wireless network, you must define a
network name (SSID). The SSID (service set identifier) is a
unique string that identifies a WLAN network to clients that try
to open a wireless connection with it.
We recommend that you protect the wireless network with a
password. Otherwise, a wireless client can connect to the
network without authentication.
To configure the wireless network now:
1. Select Configure wireless network now.
2. Enter a name in the Network name (SSID) field. This is the
wireless network name shown to clients that look for
access points in the transmission area.
3. Select Protected network (recommended) if the wireless
network is protected by password.
4. Enter a Password.
5. Click Hide to conceal the password.
68
AF
Administrator Access
In the Administrator Access page, configure if administrators
can use Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance from a specified IP
address or any IP address.
To configure administrator access:
1. Select the sources from where administrators are allowed
access:
•
LAN - All internal physical ports.
•
Trusted wireless - Wireless networks that are allowed
access to the LAN by default. This field is only shown in
wireless network modes.
•
VPN - Uses encrypted traffic through VPN tunnels from
a remote site or using a remote access client.
69
AF
•
Internet - Clear traffic from the Internet (not
recommended).
2. Select the IP address that the administrator can access
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance from:
Any IP address
•
Specified IP addresses only
•
•
Specified IP addresses from the internet and any IP
address from other sources - Select this option to
allow administrator access from the internet from
specific IP addresses only and access from other
selected sources from any IP address. This option is
the default.
To specify IP addresses:
1. Click New.
2. In the IP Address Configuration window, select an option:
•
Specific IP address - Enter the IP address or click Get
IP from my computer.
•
Specific network - Enter the Network IP address and
Subnet mask.
3. Click Apply.
70
AF
Appliance Activation
In the Appliance Activation page, the appliance can connect to
the Check Point User Center with its credentials to pull the
license information and activate the appliance.
If you have Internet connectivity configured:
Click Activate License. You will be notified that you
successfully activated the appliance and you will be shown the
status of your license for each blade.
If you work offline while you configure the appliance:
On a computer with authorized access to the Check Point User
Center http://supportcenter.checkpoint.com, use your User
Center account or Register your appliance.
71
AF
To use your User Center account:
1. Log into your User Center account.
2. Select the specified container of your Check Point
1430/1450 Appliance.
3. From the Product Information tab, click License >
Activate.
This message is shown: "Licenses were generated
successfully."
4. Click Get Activation File and save the file locally.
To register your appliance:
1. Go to http://register.checkpoint.com
(http://register.checkpoint.com/cpapp).
2. Fill in your appliance details and click Activate.
This message is shown: "Licenses were generated
successfully."
3. Click Get Activation File and save the file locally.
To continue configuring your appliance:
1. In the Appliance Activation page of the First Time
Configuration Wizard, click Offline.
The Import from File window opens.
2. Browse to the activation file you downloaded and click
Import. The activation process starts.
You will be notified that you successfully activated the
appliance and you will be shown the status of your license
for each blade.
If there is a proxy between your appliance and the Internet, you
must configure the proxy details before you can activate your
license.
72
AF
To configure the proxy details:
1. Click Set proxy.
2. Select Use proxy server and enter the proxy server
Address and Port.
3. Click Apply.
4. Click Activate License.
You will be notified that you successfully activated the
appliance and you will be shown the status of your license
for each blade.
To postpone appliance registration and get a 30-day trial
license:
1. Click Next.
The "License activation was not complete" message shows.
2. Click OK.
The appliance uses a 30-day trial license for all blades. You
can register the appliance later from the WebUI Device >
License page.
73
AF
Security Management Server Authentication
When you select central management as your security policy
management method, the Security Management Server
Authentication page opens.
Select an option to authenticate trusted communication with
the Security Management Server:
•
74
Initiate trusted communication securely by using a
one-time password - The one-time password is used to
authenticate communication between Check Point
1430/1450 Appliance and the Security Management Server
securely.
Enter a one-time password and confirm it. This password
is only used for establishing the initial trust. When
established, trust is based on security certificates.
AF
Important - This password must be identical to
the Secure Communication authentication
one-time password configured for the Check
Point 1430/1450 Appliance object in the
SmartDashboard of the Security Management
Server.
•
Initiate trusted communication without authentication
(not secure) - Use this option only if there is no risk of
malicious behavior (for example, when in a lab setting).
•
Configure one-time password later - Set the one-time
password at a different time using the WebUI application.
75
AF
Security Management Server Connection
After you set a one-time password for the Security
Management Server and the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance,
you can connect to the Security Management Server to
establish trust between the Security Management Server and
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance.
Select Connect to the Security Management Server now to
connect to the Security Management Server now.
•
Management address - Enter the IP address or host name
of the Security Management Server.
•
Connect - When you successfully connect to the Security
Management Server, the security policy will automatically
be fetched and installed.
•
If the Security Management Server is deployed behind a 3rd
party NAT device, select Always use the above address to
connect to the Security Management Server. Manually
enter the IP address or the host name of the appliance
should connect to in order to reach the Security
Management Server.
If you enter an IP address, it will override the automatic
mechanism that determines the routable IP address of the
Security Management Server for each appliance.
If you enter a host name, it is saved and the Security
Gateway will re-resolve the name if the IP address
changes. This configuration can be edited later in the Home
> Security Management page of the WebUI.
If you do not select this checkbox and you use a host name
to fetch the policy, when the policy is fetched, the Security
Management Server IP is set to the IP address in the policy.
76
AF
Select where to send logs:
Send logs to same address - The logs will be sent to
the IP address entered on this page for the Security
Management Server.
•
Send logs to - Enter the IP address of a log server.
•
Send logs according to policy - The logs will be sent
according to the log server definitions that are defined
in the policy.
•
Select Connect to the Security Management Server later to
connect to the Security Management Server later.
77
AF
Summary
The Summary page shows the details of the elements
configured with the First Time Configuration Wizard.
Click Finish to complete the First Time Configuration Wizard.
The WebUI opens on the Home > System page.
Note - You should back up the system configuration in
the WebUI. Go to the Device > Backup page.
78
AF
Large-scale Deployment
Defining a SmartLSM Gateway Profile for a
Large-scale Deployment
SmartLSM lets you manage a large number of Check Point
1430/1450 Appliance gateways from one Security Management
Server. When you use a SmartLSM profile, you reduce the
administrative overhead per gateway by defining most of the
gateway properties, as well as the policy, per profile. The
SmartLSM profile is a logical object that contains the firewall
and policy components.
Use SmartDashboard to define a single SmartLSM profile for
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance.
To define a single SmartLSM profile Check Point
1430/1450 Appliance:
1. Log in to SmartDashboard using your Security
Management credentials.
2. Open the Security Policy that you want to be enforced on
the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance SmartLSM Security
Gateways.
3. From the Network Objects tree, right-click Check Point
and select SmartLSM Profile > Small Office Appliance
Gateway.
The SmartLSM Security Profile window opens.
4. Define the SmartLSM security profile using the navigation
tree in this window.
To open the online help for each window, click Help.
79
AF
5. Click OK and then install the policy.
Note - To activate SmartProvisioning
functionality, a security policy must be
installed on the LSM profile.
6. Continue in SmartProvisioning.
Deploying with SmartProvisioning
You can use SmartProvisioning to manage many Check Point
1430/1450 Appliance gateway objects with deployed SmartLSM
security profiles. Configure these appliances using the First
Time Configuration Wizard (on page 57) or a USB drive
configuration file.
For more information about the USB drive configuration file
and large-scale deployment using SmartProvisioning, see the
relevant Check Point Appliance Administration Guide.
80
AF
Restoring Factory Defaults
The Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance contains a default factory
image.
When the appliance is turned on for the first time, it loads with
the default image.
As part of a troubleshooting process, you can restore the
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance to its factory default settings
if necessary.
You can restore a Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance to the
factory default image with the WebUI, Boot Loader, or a button
on the back panel.
Important - When you restore factory defaults, you
delete all information on the appliance and it is
necessary to run the First Time Configuration
Wizard.
To restore factory defaults with the WebUI:
1. In the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance WebUI, click
Device > System Operations. The System Operations pane
opens.
2. In the Appliance section, click Factory Defaults.
3. In the pop-up window that opens, click OK.
4. While factory defaults are being restored, all LAN Link and
Activity LEDs blink orange and green alternately to show
progress.
This takes some minutes. When this completes, the
appliance reboots automatically.
81
AF
To restore factory defaults with the button on the back
panel:
1. Press the Factory Default button with a pin and hold it for
at least 12 seconds.
2. When the Power and Notice LEDs are lit red, release the
button. The appliance reboots itself and starts to restore
factory defaults immediately.
3. While factory defaults are being restored, all LAN Link and
Activity LEDs blink orange and green alternately to show
progress.
This takes some few minutes. When this completes, the
appliance reboots automatically.
To disable the option for reset to default:
Use this CLI command:
>set additional-hw-settings reset-timeout 0
To enable the option for reset to default:
Use this CLI command:
>set additional-hw-settings reset-timeout 12
82
AF
To restore the Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance to its
default factory configuration using U-boot (boot loader):
1. Connect to the appliance with a console connection (using
the serial console connection on the back panel of the
appliance).
2. Boot the appliance and press Ctrl-C.
The Gaia Embedded Boot Menu is shown.
Welcome to Gaia Embedded Boot Menu:
1. Start in normal Mode
2. Start in debug Mode
3. Start in maintenance Mode
4. Restore to Factory Defaults (local)
5. Install/Update Image/Boot-Loader from
Network
6. Restart Boot-Loader
7. Run Hardware diagnostics
8.Upload preset configuration file
Please enter your selection :
3. Enter 4 to select Restore to Factory Defaults (local).
4. When you are prompted: "Are you sure? (y/n)" select y to
continue and restore the appliance to its factory defaults
settings.
While factory defaults are being restored, all LAN Link and
Activity LEDs blink orange and green alternately to indicate
progress. This takes up to a few minutes. When completed,
the appliance boots automatically.
83
AF
Appendix A: Browser
Security Warnings
When you log in to the appliance from the Internet Explorer,
Mozilla FireFox, or Google Chrome browser you might see a
security warning.
You can safely confirm the warning and continue to log in as
usual.
Mozilla FireFox
1. Click I understand the Risks.
2. Click Add Exception. The Add Security Exception dialog box
opens.
3. Click Confirm Security Exception.
84
AF
Internet Explorer
Click Continue to this website (not recommended).
Google Chrome
Click Advanced and then click the Proceed to 192.168.1.1 link
that is shown.
85
AF
Appendix B: Security
Management Issues
Viewing the Policy Installation
Status
You can see the installation status of managed gateways with
the status bar that shows at the bottom of the SmartDashboard
window. The status bar shows how many gateways are in
Pending or Failed mode.
•
Pending - gateways that are in the waiting for first
connection status or are in the pending status (see below
for detailed explanations).
•
Failed - gateways that have failed to install the policy.
The status bar is updated dynamically each time a gateway
tries to install a policy or tries to connect to the Security
Management Server. The results of these actions are also
shown in SmartDashboard popup notification balloons when
such events occur. You can configure these notifications
("Configuring Notification Settings " on page 90).
To monitor the status of the last policy installed on each
gateway, you can use the Policy Installation Status window.
The window has two sections. The top section shows a list of
gateways and status details regarding the installed policy. You
can use the filter fields to see only policies of interest and hide
other details by defining the applicable criteria for each field.
After you apply the filtering criteria, only entries that match the
86
AF
selected criteria are shown. If the system logs trusted
communication (SIC) attempts from unknown gateways, a
yellow status bar opens below the filter fields.
The bottom section shows details of a row you select in the
gateway list (errors that occurred, the date the policy was
prepared, verification warnings). If there is a yellow status bar,
click Show details to show the details of unknown gateways
that try to connect to the Security Management Server.
These are the different statuses in this window:
Icon
Policy status
Description
Succeeded
Policy installation succeeded.
Succeeded
Policy installation succeeded but
there are verification warnings.
Waiting for first
connection
A Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance
object is configured, but the
gateway is not connected to the
Security Management Server
(initial trust is not established).
•
If a policy is prepared, it is pulled when the
gateway is connected.
•
If a policy is not prepared, the Policy Type
column shows "No Policy Prepared." When
the gateway is first connected, only trust is
established.
Waiting for first
connection
Same as above, with warnings that
attempts to establish trust failed
or there are verification warnings.
87
AF
Policy status
Description
Pending
The policy remains in the pending
status until the gateway
successfully connects to the
Security Management Server and
retrieves the policy. This status is
shown only if there was at least
one successful policy installation.
Icon
88
For example, when the Security
Management Server has problems
connecting to the Gateway (the
Gateway is unavailable for
receiving communication, as in
behind NAT).
Pending
Same as above but there are
verification warnings.
Warning
Warning.
Information
Information.
Failed
Policy not installed due to a
verification error.
Failed
Policy installation failed.
AF
You can access the Policy Installation Status window in these
ways:
From the menu bar - Click Policy > Policy Installation
Status.
•
From the toolbar - Click the Policy Installation Status icon.
•
From the status bar - Click Failed or Pending. The
contents of the Policy Installation Status window are shown
filtered according to the link clicked.
•
From notification balloons - Click See Details in the
balloon.
•
89
AF
Configuring Notification Settings
The status bar is updated each time a gateway tries to install a
policy or tries to connect to the Security Management Server.
You can also configure a popup notification balloon to open in
SmartDashboard. You can configure the types of events shown
and how notification balloons are shown. By default,
notification balloons stay open until they are manually closed.
To configure notification settings:
1. From the Policy Installation Status window, click
Notification Settings
or
From a notification balloon, click Settings.
2. To show trials of installing a policy, select Gateway fetches
a policy.
90
AF
3. To show trials of connecting to the Security Management
Server, select Gateway attempts to establish trusted
communication (SIC).
4. To set the notifications to pop-up momentarily in
SmartDashboard and then fade out, select Notifications
fade out automatically. If you do not select this check box,
notifications will stay open until you manually close them.
91
AF
Getting Support
Support
For technical assistance, contact Check Point 24 hours a day,
seven days a week at:
•
+1 972-444-6600 (Americas)
•
+972 3-611-5100 (International)
When you contact support, you must provide your MAC
address.
For more technical information, go to:
http://support.checkpoint.com
(http://supportcenter.checkpoint.com).
To learn more about the Check Point Internet Security Product
Suite and other security solutions, go to:
http://www.checkpoint.com (http://www.checkpoint.com).
Where To From Here?
You have now learned the basics that are necessary to get
started.
For more information about the Check Point 1430/1450
Appliance and links to the administration guides, see the Check
Point site.
Be sure to also use our Online Help when you operate the
Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance WebUI and with Check Point
SmartConsole clients.
92
Download: WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Mirror Download [FCC.gov]WLE900VX 802.11ac Dual Band Module User Manual  Compex Systems Pte Ltd
Document ID3636981
Application ID8NIRoCqzz3I9zYXEzVTAmw==
Document DescriptionUser Manual
Short Term ConfidentialNo
Permanent ConfidentialNo
SupercedeNo
Document TypeUser Manual
Display FormatAdobe Acrobat PDF - pdf
Filesize117.81kB (1472609 bits)
Date Submitted2017-11-13 00:00:00
Date Available2018-07-09 00:00:00
Creation Date2017-10-31 10:38:11
Producing SoftwareAdobe PDF Library 11.0
Document Lastmod2017-11-10 10:46:09
Document TitleUser Manual
Document CreatorAcrobat PDFMaker 11 for Word
Document Author: Check Point Software Technologies LTD.

Source Exif Data [exif.tools]:
File Type                       : PDF
File Type Extension             : pdf
MIME Type                       : application/pdf
PDF Version                     : 1.6
Linearized                      : Yes
Encryption                      : Standard V2.3 (128-bit)
User Access                     : Extract
Tagged PDF                      : Yes
Page Mode                       : UseOutlines
XMP Toolkit                     : Adobe XMP Core 4.0-c316 44.253921, Sun Oct 01 2006 17:14:39
Modify Date                     : 2017:11:10 10:46:09+08:00
Create Date                     : 2017:10:31 10:38:11+02:00
Metadata Date                   : 2017:11:10 10:46:09+08:00
Creator Tool                    : Acrobat PDFMaker 11 for Word
Document ID                     : uuid:b95c4bda-7aa2-439a-8fa3-f830e684d284
Instance ID                     : uuid:24eebf1f-30e4-4887-b858-fc03bebb0f59
Subject                         : 2
Format                          : application/pdf
Title                           : Check Point 1430/1450 Appliance Getting Started Guide Centrally Managed
Creator                         : Check Point Software Technologies LTD.
Producer                        : Adobe PDF Library 11.0
Source Modified                 : D:20171031083756
Company                         : Check Point Software Technologies LTD.
Comments                        : Copyright © Check Point Software Technologies LTD., all rights reserved.
Lqminfo                         : 3
Lqmsess                         : 7bda662b-3c59-45d1-9525-8ac1f87fd009
Has XFA                         : No
Page Count                      : 92
Page Layout                     : OneColumn
Language                        : EN-US
Author                          : Check Point Software Technologies LTD.