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How do you define an External Zone in Check Point?

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I'm doing a small, new Firewall installation.  Rather than rely on the predefined CheckPoint objects meaning anything on the public side of the Firewall, I would like to define my own.  Does anyone have a suggestion on how best to do this?

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Peter
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Is there a specific product you have in mind? Have you looked at the product documentation at https://sc1.checkpoint.com/documents/R76/CP_R76_Firewall_WebAdmin/92703.htm?
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Thanks for the grade. Good luck.
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