> I'm confused. I thought the Nokia on R65 was the firewall. The firewalls
> are licensed by CPU but the SmartCenters are not.
> I'm pretty sure that Check Point did not enforce the CPU limit until very
> recent versions. But maybe not. I do get confused easily any more,
> especially on Check Point licensing. :-)
> > Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2012 12:18:33 +0530
> > From: mohamedn@FSS.... > > Subject: Re: [FW-1] Connections dropping when pushing policy
> > To: FW-1-MAILINGLIST@AMAD... > >
> > I am not getting this NTP error message, anyway have enabled "Keep all
> > connections" as per Tom's advice. We are looking for a good time to push
> > and test. Thanks for all people replied, will get back with the results.
> > Ray,
> > Why we used R75.20 was the Nokia was told to have 4 processors and it
> > was using only 1 at a time. We were advised to use R75.20 to solve this.
> > Regards
> > Mohamed.n
> > 2380
> > mohamedn@fss.... > > +91 95001 29207
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Mailing list for discussion of Firewall-1
> > [mailto:FW-1-MAILINGLIST@AMAD...] On Behalf Of Matthew
> > Rossiter
> > Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2012 12:39 AM
> > To: FW-1-MAILINGLIST@AMAD... > > Subject: Re: [FW-1] Connections dropping when pushing policy
> > I had the same problem with a pair of Nokia's in a vrrp configuration
> > and a large policy. Every time I pushed policy connections would get
> > dropped. In the Nokia system logs I would see a lot of ' xntpd:
> > restarting' messages.
> > I found sk40322 and ended up disabling NTP as it recommends and just
> > running an ntpdate once an hour. First thing I noticed was the CPU load
> > dropped by quite a bit and haven't seen a problem with dropped
> > connections since then.
> > Matt
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