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Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator for R80.20 with Gaia 3.10 for CloudGuard and Open Server Security Gateways (R80_20_3_10_jumbo_hf) Technical Level
Solution

Important: The Check Point default version widely recommended for all deployments is R80.30 with Gaia 3.10 Take 300 with Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator latest GA Take. For more information on all Check Point releases, refer to the Release map and Release Terminology articles.

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Availability
  • Important Notes
  • List of Resolved Issues per Hotfix
  • Installation Instructions
  • Uninstall Instructions
  • List of Replaced Files
  • Revision History

Introduction

R80.20 3.10 Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator is an accumulation of stability and quality fixes resolving multiple issues in different products.

Every R80.20 3.10 Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator has a specific corresponding R80.20 Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator Take.

The Incremental Hotfix and this article are periodically updated with new fixes.

The list below describes each resolved issue and provides a Take number in which the fix was included. A resolved issue is included in the Incremental Hotfix starting from the Take number listed in this table (inclusive). The date on which the take was published is also listed.

Refer to sk98028 - Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator FAQ.

 

Availability

Ongoing Take:

Product Take Date CPUSE offline
package
Corresponding R80.20 Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator
Security Gateway Take_32 

11 Feb 2020
 
(TGZ) Take_33 (with additional fixes, see below)

For Standalone/Security Management, refer to sk137592: Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator for R80.20 (R80_20_jumbo_hf).  

 

Important Notes

  • Each of the Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator Takes is based on Check Point R80.20.3.10 and a specific corresponding R80.20 Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator Take.
  • There are architectural differences between the 3.10 kernel and the 2.6.18 kernel (see Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator for R80.20). As a result, each kernel's Jumbo Hotfix level is different because not all fixes required for the 2.6.18 kernel are required for the 3.10 kernel. If you need a specific known limitation from the R80.20 Jumbo Hotfix to be ported for the 3.10 kernel, please Contact Support. Over time, Check Point aims to align both JHF trains.
  • For CPUSE installation, CPUSE Agent build 1573 and above (refer to sk92449) must be used. 
  • It is recommended to install Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator on all the R80.20 3.10 machines running on Gaia OS.
  • This Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator is suitable for these products and configurations:
    • Security Gateway
    • Cluster
    • CloudGuard IaaS
  • This Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator has to be installed only after the successful completion of Gaia First Time Configuration Wizard and a reboot.
  • To check the Take number of the currently installed R80.20 3.10 Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator (if it is installed), run: [Expert@HostName:0]# cpinfo -y all

 

List of Resolved Issues per Take

 

ID Description
R80.20 3.10 Jumbo HotFix - Ongoing Take 32 (11 Feb 2020) 
GAIA-7035 Since R80.20, in some scenarios, predictable TCP sequences are generated by the Security Gateway. Refer to sk164775
GAIA-7048 In some scenarios, a connectivity issue takes place in a ClusterXL environment after a fast "fail over"-"fail back" or a "fail over" on bridge configuration. 
GAIA-6863 Cannot update the Geo Policy IPToCountry database on Security Gateways. Refer to sk163672.
GAIA-6925 16000 and 26000 Appliances with CPAC-4-1/10F-C NICs (using i40e driver) connected to some specific Cisco switches are flopping. Refer to sk163267.

Fix is relevant for Gaia 3.10 only.
GAIA-6681 Improved Domain/CMA logs visibility.
GAIA-6962 UDP packets are dropped during policy installation, and the following error is displayed: "simi_reorder_enqueue_packet: reached the limit of maximum enqueued packets for conn". Refer to sk148432.  
GAIA-6263 In some scenarios, IP-VLAN traffic traversing a bridge of two physical interfaces has the VLAN tag stripped.

The fix is relevant for Gaia 3.10 only.
GAIA-5589 Security hardening for Identity Awareness Agent (IDA) enforcement according to XFF IP.
PMTR-38242 In some scenarios on Gaia OS, certain categories are not getting matched on ICMP traffic.
GAIA-6586 In some scenarios, several applications are not matched correctly when HTTPS Inspection is enabled and URL Filtering is in HOLD mode. 
GAIA-6221 If the VPN tunnel is configured with GCM ciphers for Phase 2, encrypted traffic may be dropped when SecureXL is enabled. Refer to sk152832.
PMTR-39222 (GAIA-6732) Added ixgbevf cpmq support.
GAIA-6114

Fix for R80.20 Jumbo Hotfix Take 91 that overrides cli.sh and blocks users from connecting via ssh after installing the Jumbo Hotfix on AWS CGI.

GAIA-6523

Non-FQDN domain objects may not be enforced correctly when used in the Access policy along with updatable objects. 

GAIA-5648

In some scenarios, categorization of HTTPS sites over IPv6 does not work as expected.

GAIA-6276

Access rulebase might not be enforced properly when wildcard objects are used in source and destination columns. Refer to sk162692

PMTR-40649

In some scenarios, there are connectivity issues between Capsule Workspace and Security Gateway.

R80.20 3.10 Jumbo HotFix - Ongoing Take 19 (07 July 2019) 
PMTR-33209,
PMTR-30582
The user cannot access ClusterXL Standby members over an IPSec tunnel, or when the connections are routed through the Active member. Refer to sk147493.
PRJ-2374 CVE-2019-11477, CVE-2019-11478 & CVE-2019-11479: TCP SACK PANIC - Linux Kernel vulnerabilities. Refer to sk156192.
R80.20 3.10 Jumbo HotFix - Ongoing Take 17 (17 June 2019)
GAIA-5428 Bridge interfaces are not displayed in SmartConsole when fetching interfaces form a Security Gateway, causing issues with zones' related policy decisions. Refer to sk153932
PRJ-1817 Removed unnecessary backup procedure suitable for older Linux kernel files.
GAIA-5479 Azure maintenance operations on the Azure Hosts can cause the NIC driver to be reloaded. Our SW did not correctly handle all the use cases and configurations in the event of a reload operation when the gateway VM is in "started" state in Azure.

This fix (introduced in Take_17) fixes this issue and makes sure that even if the driver is reloaded during regular operation, the NIC and the Security Gateway will be configured correctly.

R80.20 3.10 Jumbo HotFix - Ongoing Take 13 (28 May 2019)
PMTR-30425 VPN tunnels with 3rd party peers fail because of mismatched IDs. Refer to sk144094
PMTR-24021 Fix for cases in which MSS clamping was not applied.
GAIA-3976 Fix for MAC address blocking SecureXL bridge traffic.
GAIA-3975 Fix for SecureXL not correctly initializing tunnel driver interface. 
PMTR-30657 When X-Forwarded-For (XFF) settings are enabled on one of the policy layers and/or on the Security Gateway object, the /var/log/messages file shows errors related to asynchronous identity fetch. Refer to sk145673.
PMTR-33559 Users are not matched to access roles with nested LDAP groups or LDAP groups with a filter. Refer to sk148092.
PMTR-35309 Important security update for IPSec Site-to-Site (S2S) VPN. Refer to sk149892.

 

Installation Instructions

Procedure:

  • Show / Hide instructions for installation in Gaia Portal - using CPUSE (Check Point Update Service Engine)

    • Offline installation

      Note: Either get the offline package from Check Point Support, or export the package from a source Gaia machine, on which this package was already downloaded / installed (for package export instructions, refer to sk92449 - section "(4-D) "How to ..."").

      1. Install the latest build of CPUSE Agent from sk92449.
      2. Connect to the Gaia Portal on your Check Point machine and navigate to Upgrades (CPUSE) section - click on Status and Actions.
      3. In the upper right corner, click on the Import Package button.
      4. In the Import Package window, click on Browse... - select the CPUSE package (either offline TGZ file, or exported TAR file) - click on Import.
      5. Above the list of all software packages, click on the Showing Recommended packages button - select All.
      6. Select the imported package Check_Point_R80.20_3.10_Jumbo_HF_T13_Security_Gateway_FULL - click on More button on the toolbar - click on Verifier (or right-click on the package and click on Verifier).
      7. Select this package and click on Install Update button on the toolbar.


  • Show / Hide instructions for installation in Gaia Clish - using CPUSE (Check Point Update Service Engine)

    For detailed installation instructions, refer to CPUSE - Gaia Software Updates (including Gaia Software Updates Agent) - section "(4) How to work with CPUSE".

    • Offline installation

      Note: Either get the offline package from Check Point Support, or export the package from a source Gaia machine, on which this package was already downloaded / installed (for package export instructions, refer to sk92449 - section "(4-D) "How to ..."").

      1. Install the latest build of CPUSE Agent from sk92449.
      2. Connect to command line on target Gaia OS.
      3. Log in to Clish.
      4. Acquire the lock over Gaia configuration database:
        HostName:0> lock database override
      5. Import the package from the hard disk:
        Note: When import completes, this package is deleted from the original location.
        HostName:0> installer import local <Full_Path>/<Package_File_Name>.TGZ_or_TAR
      6. Show the imported packages:
        Note: Refer to the top section "Hotfixes" - refer to "Check_Point_R80.20_3.10_Jumbo_HF_T13_Security_Gateway_FULL"
        HostName:0> show installer packages imported
      7. Verify that this R80 Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator package can be installed without conflicts:
        HostName:0> installer verify <Package_Number>
      8. Install the imported package:
        HostName:0> installer install <Package_Number>

 

Uninstall Instructions

Important Note: This Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator removes all its packages during uninstall.

    Procedure:

     

    List of Replaced Files

    Contact Check Point Support for a list of files replaced by this Jumbo Hotfix Accumulator.

     

    Revision History

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    Date Description
    11 Feb 2020 Release of Ongoing Take 32
    07 July 2019 Release of Ongoing Take 19
    17 June 2019 Release of Ongoing Take 17
    28 May 2019 Release of Ongoing Take 13

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