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upgrade checkpoint  R-60 firewall  config. to  checkpoint R65 firewall

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Currently I have checkpoint R-60 running but want to install R-65 and move all current configuration to R-65. Please provide step-by-step procedure
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by:Kerem ERSOY
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Hi,

On what platform you're running the Checkpoint? Is it Nokia IPSO ?
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deimark earned 250 total points
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Hi

See attached upgrade guide.  Takes into account all major platforms.
CheckPoint-R65-UpgradeGuide.pdf
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