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Configuring Clustering on Standalone Checkpoint Nokia firewall

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Hello All,

I'm planning to make my Standalone Checkpoint Nokia firewll (running R75.30) gateway into a Cluster with integrating a new Nokia IPSO firewall. (Smartcenter server running on R75.40)

Looking for a step by step procedure to accompliesh with minimum downtime.

Quick response is HIGHLY appreciable as I have a CRITICAL deadline  :(

-Sai26
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