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Hi Guys,

In our network we have used Checkpoint UTM-1 firewall at perimiter level. Last sunday due to power cable issue failover occurs and users were complained that internet was not working for them. When Firewall 1 came up internet was working fine. Yesterday night for testing purpose we reboot the firewall 1  and suddenly internet went down we could not able to access any site. Software version 75.20. Both firewall are High Availability and 70:30 ratio. I have started my career few months back. Please help me resolve this issue
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Suliman Abu Kharroub earned 500 total points
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some points you need to check:

1. Does the NLB (High availibty) configured correcttly.
2. do the clients points the NLB ip address or tot he primary server IP address .
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NLB was the issue, Thanks a lot Sulimanw
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