FQDN Naming of new Checkpoint Firewalls

How and where can I set the FQDN for new Checkpoint Firewalls that we got?
Bhailu MistryAsked:
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Joey YungSenior Network EngineerCommented:
The "domain object" is able to do, but actually Checkpoint is not recommend to use it for various reasons, one of it if the PTR record doesnt match with the A Record, the Checkpoint firewall will drop the access.
Bhailu MistryAuthor Commented:
Then what is the other recommended approach?
Joey YungSenior Network EngineerCommented:
Static IP host object... ^^"

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