Check Point Power-1 Getting Started Manual

Getting Started Manual for Check Point Power-1 Gateway (31 pages)

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1458/1458555-power1.pdf file (09 Jul 2023)
  • Manufacturer: Check Point
  • Category of Device: Gateway
  • Document: Power-1, File Type: PDF Getting Started Manual
  • Updated: 09-07-2023
  • Count of Pages: 31
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Compatible devices: Quantum Spark 1570R, 12200, 16000, VSX-1 3070, 730, 21400 VSX G-50, QUANTUM SPARK 1570, 13000 Series.

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  • 2, © 2010 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…

  • 3, Check Point Power-1 Important Information Latest Version The latest version of this document is at: http://supportcontent.checkpoint.com/documentation_download?ID=10950 For additional technical information, visit the Check Point Support Center (http://supportcenter.checkpoint.com). Revision History Date…

  • 4, Check Point Power-1 Welcome Health and Safety Information Page 4 Health and Safety Information Read the following 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 pa…

  • 5, Welcome Health and Safety Information Page 5 Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement: Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection a…

  • 6, Check Point Power-1 Contents Important Information ............................................................................................. 3 Health and Safety Information ............................................................................... 4 Introduction ...................................................…

  • 7, Page 7 Chapter 1 Introduction In This Chapter Welcome 7 Power-1 Overview 7 Shipping Carton Contents 8 Terminology 8 Welcome Thank you for choosing Check Point’s Power-1. We hope that you will be satisfied with this solution and our support services. Check Point products provide your bu…

  • 8, Shipping Carton Contents Introduction Page 8 Note - Screen shots in this guide may apply only to the highest model to which this guide applies. Shipping Carton Contents This section describes the contents of the shipping carton. Table 1-1 Contents of the Shipping Carton Item Description …

  • 9, Page 9 Chapter 2 Configuring Power-1 The workflow for configuring Power-1 is: 1. Mount the Power-1 in the rack. 2. Connect the cables and power on. 3. Perform the initial configuration. 4. Add the Power-1 object in SmartDashboard and install a policy. Note - Security Management Server is not i…

  • 10, Mounting Power-1 in a Rack Configuring Power-1 Page 10 Mounting Power-1 in a Rack Mount the system in the rack with the network ports facing the front of the rack. Figure 2-1 Installing Power-1 Connecting the Power Cables and Power On 1. Connect the power cables. 2. On the ba…

  • 11, Check Point Power-1 Using the First Time Configuration Wizard Configuring Power-1 Page 11 3. Wait for the appliance to initialize and boot. The status of the appliance appears on the LCD screen: The appliance is ready for use when the model number is displayed. Using the First Time Configuration Wizard 1. …

  • 12, Using the First Time Configuration Wizard Configuring Power-1 Page 12 Click Next. 8. Configure Network Connections in the Network Connections page. If you modify the Mgmt address, a secondary interface is automatically created to preserve connectivity. This secondary interface can be r…

  • 13, Creating the Power-1 Object in SmartDashboard Configuring Power-1 Page 13 c Click Finish to complete the First Time Configuration Wizard. The machine will automatically restart (this may take several minutes). Note - It is recommended to backup the system configuration. The backup …

  • 14, Check Point Power-1 Advanced Configuration Configuring Power-1 Page 14 Connecting to the Power-1 CLI You can connect to the command line interface of the Power-1 appliance using: The provided serial console cable (DTE to DTE) and terminal emulation software such as HyperTerminal (from Windows) or Minicom (from Unix/…

  • 15, Page 15 Chapter 3 Power-1 Hardware This chapter provides instructions for installing and removing hardware components on the Power-1 appliance. In This Chapter Front Panel Components 16 Rear Panel Components 21 Customer Replaceable Parts 23 …

  • 16, Front Panel Components Power-1 Hardware Page 16 Front Panel Components This section describes the features and components located on the appliance front panel. Power-1 11000 Series Front Panel Key Description 1 LCD display screen 2 Management connection port - Ethernet connection to a …

  • 17, Check Point Power-1 Front Panel Components Power-1 Hardware Page 17 Power-1 9070 Front Panel Key Description 1 LCD display screen 2 Management connection port - Ethernet connection to a remote management workstation 3 Synchronization port - for synchronizing with cluster members or a high availability …

  • 18, Front Panel Components Power-1 Hardware Page 18 Power-1 5070 Front Panel Key Description 1 LCD display screen 2 Management connection port - Ethernet connection to a remote management workstation 3 Synchronization port - for synchronizing with cluster members or a hig…

  • 19, Check Point Power-1 Front Panel Components Power-1 Hardware Page 19 Menu Sub-menu Purpose Set Internal IP or Set Mgmt IP Set the management interface IP address (cannot be edited when DHCP is enabled) Set Netmask Set the management interface network mask (cannot be edited when DHC…

  • 20, Front Panel Components Power-1 Hardware Page 20 Expansion Line Cards The Power-1 appliance contains optional expansion slots that accommodate cold-swappable network line cards. Power-1 5070 supports one network expansion slot Power-1 9070 supports two network expansion slots According to type, e…

  • 21, Rear Panel Components Power-1 Hardware Page 21 Power-1 9070 and 11000 series models contain two hot-swappable redundant hard disk drives (RAID1). Figure 3-3 Hard Disk Drives RAID1 Mirroring Implemented by a dedicated RAID controller, the Power-1 9070 model performs RAID1 mirroring across two hard d…

  • 22, Rear Panel Components Power-1 Hardware Page 22 Redundant Power Supply Units Located at the right rear of the appliance, two hot-swappable power supply units provide built-in power redundancy. Each power supply connects to an electric outlet. Figure 3-4 Redundant Power Supply Units When a power supp…

  • 23, Check Point Power-1 Customer Replaceable Parts Power-1 Hardware Page 23 Customer Replaceable Parts To ensure maximum availability and ease of maintenance, the Power-1 appliance contains the following customer replaceable parts: Power-1 5070 Power-1 9070 Power-1 11000 Series Power supplies 2 2 …

  • 24, Customer Replaceable Parts Power-1 Hardware Page 24 Power Supply This section presents the procedures for removing and installing a power supply unit. Power-1 appliance contains two redundant power supplies. Figure 3-5 Redundant Power Supply Units Removing the Power Supply To remove…

  • 25, Customer Replaceable Parts Power-1 Hardware Page 25 Cooling Fan This section presents the procedures for removing and installing a fan unit. The Power-1 appliance contains three cooling fans. It is not necessary to power off the appliance before adding or removing a fan unit. Figure 3-6 Cooling Fan…

  • 26, Customer Replaceable Parts Power-1 Hardware Page 26 Important - Make certain that you are electromagnetically grounded when performing the following procedures. Static electricity can damage the appliance. Figure 3-7 Expansion Line Card Removing Expansion Line Cards To remove an exp…

  • 27, Check Point Power-1 Customer Replaceable Parts Power-1 Hardware Page 27 Figure 3-8 Hard Disk Drives Removing a Hard Disk Drive To remove a hard disk drive: 1. Power-1 5070 only: Hard disk drive is not hot-swappable. Turn off the appliance and remove the power cords from the power supply unit before…

  • 28, Page 28 Chapter 4 Restoring Factory Defaults As part of the troubleshooting process, it may be necessary to restore the Power-1 appliance to its factory default settings. You can restore your Power-1 appliance to the factory default image using one of the following methods: Using the WebU…

  • 29, Restoring Using the LCD Panel Restoring Factory Defaults Page 29 7. During the Power-1 boot process, text similar to that shown below appears: Figure 4-9 Activating the Boot menu in HyperTerminal 8. At this point, you have approximately four seconds to hit any key to activate the …

  • 30, Check Point Power-1 Restoring Using the LCD Panel Restoring Factory Defaults Page 30 Pressing any other button causes the Action Canceled message to display: At this point, pressing any key returns you to the boot menu. 6. Once you have confirmed the reset, wait for the appliance to restore the factory image. W…

  • 31, Check Point Power-1 Page 31 Chapter 5 Registration and Support In This Chapter Registration 31 Support 31 Where To From Here? 31 Registration Power-1 requires a specific Check Point license. Obtain a license and register at the Check Point Appliance Registration site (http://register.checkpoint.com/c…

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