Monthly Archives: July 2014

RMA Do’s and Don’ts for Check Point Firewalls

While reviewing our customers Check Point firewalls I’ve identified a pattern that keeps repeating itself: many issues tend to happen post an RMA. The pattern that we observe is the following: 1. Two members of a firewall cluster are monitored successfully, alerts being issued, etc. 2. At some point, one member disappears (which indeni issues an […]

Check Point and F5© BIG-IP© LTM© Alert of the Week: RX traffic drastically reduced post fail over, possible ARP issue

    NOTE: The alert detailed below is given with a Check Point ClusterXL example, although F5 BIG-IP LTM is covered for this issue as well (see SOL7332). This is a real life sample alert from indeni Description: A fail over was identified at Device time: Jul 18 03:02 2014 UTC, indeni time: Jul 18 […]

Software Version Mismatch Cluster Members. Palo Alto Networks Alert Guide

This is a sample from our indeni alert guide for Palo Alto Networks Firewall. Did you know? As part of the normal operation of your Palo Alto Networks firewall, it updates the anti-virus, application identification and threat databases. In a cluster, this is done for each member separately on their own schedule. As a result, the […]