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Hi,

Is it possible to create sub interfaces connections on Checkpoint R65, I will also be required to create vrrp for redunacy.

I want to be able create seprate dmz with servers connected to 1 switch and limit the amount port used on the checkpoint
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Hi,

Yes, that is all possible, you can do this through the sysconfig command line if using Splat or through the Voyager interface if using Nokias.

After configuring your sub interfaces, you do a "Get topology with interfaces" on the topology tab of the gateway in question.

HTH
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IS there any downside in this i.e. on the lack security as all devices connected via the same switch even though will be on differnet vlans ?
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No, as long as they're on different VLANs then you will be fine, HTH
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Can this type of configuration be also used for VRRP for failover ?
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Yes, absolutely.
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