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Checkpoint Static route

Posted on 2011-02-15
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I have Checkpoint NGX on a Nokia box. This is my default gateway.
I also have an Cisco ASA with a VPN to another site.
If i configure a system with the ASA as DFGW i can ping accross the VPN.
BUT I would ideally like to keep my Nokia box as DFGW for network and route all traffic to ASA for Network 10.1.0.0/16
I have added a static route in Voyager but the packet get dropped as "spoofed packet" on the nokia
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Need to add the 10.0.0.0 network to the Checkpoint as a trusted/internal network.
Then add a route for it pointing to the ASA.
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Ok thanks...That worked I can initiate pings from my network but when the remote network pings back it drops?
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It sounds like a firewall rule somewhere.
Make sure the device on your network accepts pings.
If it's a Windows PC, the Windows firewall won't answer pings by default.
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