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CheckPoint UTM-1 270 Need Lan1, Lan2, Int to share IP address

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I have a UTM-1 270 running NGX R65 w/messaging security and am trying to configure the ports LAN1, LAN2 and INT to share an IP address of 192.168.0.1

I've tried using an ip address of 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0, bridging the interfaces, and secondary ips but haven't hit on my solution yet.  We currently have a Safe@Office and the internal ports on it operate as a switch, which is the functionality I'm trying to achieve here.

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The safe@ box is not made by CP bud and as such can't be used as a comparison.

AFAIK, the UTM-1 is proper linux firewall and as such, we cannot (in a supported way) combine 2 or more ports into an equivalent switch group.
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