In order to improve customer experience, Check Point updates the latest product images with recommended fixes.
This new image (Take 462) contains several fixes and enhancements that apply to the First Time Configuration Wizard and the initial installation process, hence it is relevant for new customers or customers using Check Point R80 version and below.
For log of all changes including file names and MD5, see Check Point R80.10 File Revision History.
- What is included in the new R80.10 image?
I already installed R80.10 GA, do I have to upgrade to the new image ?
No, Customers that installed the previously released R80.10 image (Take 421) are not required to install this new image (Take 462).
R80.10 Jumbo HFA Take 70 and above are compatible to (can be installed on) this new image.
Note that R80.10 Jumbo HFA Take 70 is the most recent General Availability Jumbo HFA delivered by Check Point Support. A later Take is expected to become generally available during Q1.
What Jumbo HFA Take can be installed on top of R80.10 image Take 462?
R80.10 Jumbo HFA Take 70 and above can be installed on top of this R80.10 image Take 462.
Can I use the most recent R80.10 image to restore backup taken on a previous R80.10 image?
Yes, it can be safely restored, even if you had hotfixes installed on the previous R80.10 image.
Is Management HA can be supported between most recent R80.10 image and previous R80.10 image?
No, it is not supported. Management High Availability is supported only between Management High Availability servers with the same build number (see limitation CPM-1167 in sk110519)
Can I use different R80.10 images on different cluster members?
Yes, it can be safely used. Note that it is recommended to align the members with the same version.
Where can I download the previous R80.10 images?
All the original R80.10 images are available below:
Note: In order to download some of the packages you need to have a Software Subscription or Active Support plan.
How to find out what take is installed on the machine?
From clish, run the show version all or ver command, that displays the take number as appears in R80.10 Release Notes Build numbers table.
For file revision history and MD5 see Check_Point_R80_10_File_Revision_History