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Check Point Firewall NG with Win-2K Advancd Server

Hi all,

I installed Check Point firewall on my Windows 2000 Advanced Server, the scenario is like this:

Firewall has 2 Ethernet interfaces : one is connected to the Router and another interface is connected to local network, we have 14 Legal IP's. so my router is having ip address as 200.200.84.193(assume this is my public ip), and firewall external is 200.200.84.194. in my local network i have a web server and having ip 192.168.1.2. I did NAT for web server on the firewall with 200.200.84.195.
I can ping from firewall to both interface IPs and web server also, But i can not ping the NAT address i.e 200.200.84.195 from my firewall as well as from outside also, this is the problem.
and i can ping 200.200.84.195 from web server. I created a rule under policy editor as any-any-any accept.

Steps alredy taken:
1.Enabled RRAS under win-2k server. before installing firewall i tested the routing, it was ok.
2. Modified registry setting under Hkey_local_machine\system\cu.controlset\services\tcpip\parameters\IPenable router key, I enable this key (1).
3. No other services running under this win2K-server. This server is purly for firewall only.

pls find me the solution for this problem,
Thanks in advance to all.

Regards
Suresh.
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creativesv
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SysExpertCommented:
I would call your Firewall support in this case.
Check point should be able to help you.

I would Check their Docs, and FAQs on their site also.

I hope this helps !
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SysExpertCommented:
I would call your Firewall support in this case.
Check point should be able to help you.

I would Check their Docs, and FAQs on their site also.

I hope this helps !
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The--CaptainCommented:
Indeed - since checkpoint reams you financially, you should at least take advantage of their support.

Or, upgrade to astaro - I can tell you how do do anything you want with one of those boxes, and you will save big $$ in the long term.

Cheers,
-Jon
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creativesvAuthor Commented:
Hi all,

Thanks for your time on me,i solve the problem,
The solution which i did is :
1.In the first place we can not ping the NAT address from the firewall, (same as Cisco router, we cant ping the WANIP from the same router)like this...
we can not ping the NAT IP, from the same firewall.
2. I can ping my NAT address from outside after reset my switch and my router(ARP cache). now i can ping from outside to my NAT address.

thats all...

Thanks to all.

Regards
Suresh
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