Sorry, put you wrong on the load balancing.
This refers to Checkpoint's ability to load balance among internal
server resources: eg a pool of identical http servers which are behind
the Checkpoint firewall.
The Synchronisation feature for high availability does support
authentication, re-establishing connections if the primary module fails.
NB. Forgot to mention, you need Firewall 1 V3.0 for all this stuff.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rick Murphy [SMTP:rmurphy @
> Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 1998 2:07 PM
> To: Edkins, Rob - Axon AKL
> Cc: 'Jose R. Ferreira'; Firewalls @
> Subject: RE: FW-1 redundancy
> At 08:59 AM 3/31/98 +1200, Edkins, Rob - Axon AKL wrote:
> >Firewall 1 actually supports your intended configfuration quite
> >and will even load-balance across the 2 Firewalls!
> Does this load balancing work when you're using "security servers"?
> Authenticating HTTP? Doing virus scanning? Or is it only available
> when you're packet filtering?