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       I need to setup a follow VPN connection 2 PIXs
        PIX<--> Checkpoint <-> PIX

       I put a Checkpoint between 2 PIX

       What protocol or Port I need to open in checkpoint policy for this VPN connection?

Thank you for your help

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by:chris_calabrese
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You probably need to pass IKE (UDP/500), ESP (IP protocol 50), and AH (IP protocol 51).  There's likely also some CP specific names for this stuff, and maybe even a service group representing all of them, but I don't have a CP system to look on right now.
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If you are setting up an IPSec connection, then there IS a service group you can specify.
I believe GRE (IP protocol 47) is also included. Depending on your IPSec setup you may not need to allow all of the protocols/ports included in "IPSec" service group, but it makes for a more readable policy.
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chris_calabrese points for you at:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Broadband/VPN/Q_20509269.html
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