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Check Point R75.45
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Table of Contents

  • What's New in R75.45
  • R75.45 Downloads
  • R75.45 Released Hotfixes
  • R75.45 Documentation

 

For more information on Check Point releases see: release map, upgrade map, backward compatibility map.
For more information on R75.45, see the R75.45 Release Notes, R75.45 Known Limitations and R75.45 Resolved Issues. You can also visit our Firewall and VPN Blades forum or any other Check Point discussion forum to ask questions and get answers from technical peers and Support experts.
Click here for upgrade wizard - find fresh install/upgrade software packages with just a few clicks.
See sk91060: Removing old Check Point packages and files after an upgrade.

 

What's New in R75.45

  • Anti-Bot and Anti-Virus fixes

  • New Gaia features:
    • Ability to configure 6in4 tunnels.
    • Backup and restore, including scheduled backups.
    • Policy Based Routing
    • Support for PPPoE interfaces. See sk79880.
    • Ability to configure SNMP traps for RAID issues.
    • TACACS+ authentication.
    • e1000 driver updated to version 7.6.15.
    • Monitor mode on 10GbE ports, with automatic "one legged" bridge creation.
    • 2012 appliances automatic license fetch during the First Time Wizard.
    • ISP Redundancy. See sk25129.


  • Automatic Software Updates
    • Get updates for licensed Check Point products directly through the Operating System.
    • Download and install R75.45 more easily and quickly.
    • For R75.45 installation using Automatic Software Updates for Gaia, refer to sk81680.


  • Aggregation of logs of the IPS Non Compliant HTTP and Non Compliant DNS protections.

  • Log Server - performance improvements enables writing logs in a more efficient way. This solved capacity issues in specific scenarios

  • Anti-Malware report - Expose the severity and category of the malwares found in the overview and additional pages to allow better high level understanding of Anti-Bot and Anti-Virus Blade findings.

  • Support for the 21000 Appliance Security Acceleration Module (SAM) and 10G SFP+ Acceleration-Ready I/O Card.

    The release supports the 21000 Appliance Security Acceleration Module (SAM) and 10G SFP+ Acceleration-Ready I/O Card. Install the Check Point Security Acceleration Module for the 21000 Appliance for network traffic acceleration and low latency. It is an accessory which can be installed in the rear slot of the appliance. The 10G SFP+ Acceleration Ready I/O card is a new 21000 Interface card which is used with the SAM.
    For more about the 21000 Appliance Security Acceleration Module, see sk68701.

  • DDoS Protector appliance support.
    This release gives a solution for DDoS attacks with the Check Point DDoS Protector appliance, integrated with SmartView Tracker and SmartEvent.

    SmartEvent includes SmartEvent Intro, SmartReporter and Event Correlation for centralized reporting, real-time security event correlation, and management of security data. Security teams do not look through massive amounts of data: they focus on the threats and trends with the greatest risk potential.

    SmartView Tracker is a Logging and Status Software Blade for real-time tracking of logged connections and administrator activity. SmartView Tracker reduces time required to troubleshoot configuration errors.

    Check Point DDoS Protector is an appliance with advanced Denial of Service (DoS) detection and prevention. DDoS Protector technology inspects signatures and behavior before new server sessions are started.

  • Install Gaia from USB memory stick on IP Appliances with USB ports.
    Supported appliances: IP280, IP290, IP690, IP1280 and IP2450. See sk83200.

  • Check Point R75.40 Hotfix is included. See sk79000.

 

R75.45 Downloads

Note: In order to download some of the packages you will need to have a Software Subscription or Active Support plan.

  • It is recommended to install a hotfix from sk90700.
  • For customers using a Security Acceleration Module on the 21400 appliance, it is recommended to install the hotfix from sk92734 


Software Download Matrix

Fresh Installation

Platform Hardware \ Appliance Gateway with Integrated Management (Standalone) Security Management Server Security Gateway Multi-Domain Security Management
Gaia 2012 Models Appliances
Data Center Appliances
UTM-1 Appliances
IP Appliances
- -
Open Servers
Smart-1 Appliances -
5, 25, 50
-
50, 150
Power-1 Appliances - - -
SecurePlatform 2012 Models Appliances*
Data Center Appliances
UTM-1 Appliances
- -
Smart-1 Appliances -
5, 25, 50
-
50, 150
Power-1 Appliances - - -
IPSO 6.2 IP290, IP390, IP560, IP690, IP1280, IP2450 Flash-Based
- - -

* Starting 11-Dec-2012: New SecurePlatform Fresh Install Image was uploaded to support 4400 appliance.

 

Upgrade

Note:
There is no OS upgrade or change option in R75.45. Only upgrade from Gaia to Gaia or from SecurePlatform to SecurePlatform is supported.

Platform Hardware \ Appliance Gateway with Integrated Management (Standalone) Security Management Server Security Gateway Multi-Domain Security Management

Gaia


2012 Models Appliances
Data Center Appliances
UTM-1 Appliances
IP Appliances

-
-
Smart-1 Appliances -
5, 25, 50
-
50,150
Power-1 Appliances - - -
Open Server
SecurePlatform 2012 Models Appliances
Data Center Appliances
UTM-1 Appliances
- -
Smart-1 Appliances -
5, 25, 50
-
50, 150
Power-1 Appliances - - -
Open Servers
RHEL 5.0/ RHEL 5.4 Open Servers - -
IPSO 6.2 IP150, IP280, IP290, IP390, IP560, IP690, IP1280, IP2450
Disk-Based
-
Windows   -
Solaris   - -

 

GUI

 

Platform GUI
Windows - SmartConsole
Windows - SmartDomain Manager

 

Tools

Management Tools Gaia Linux & SecurePlatform IPSO Windows Solaris
Management Server Migration Tool

 

R75.45 Released Hotfixes

Released Hotfixes
sk97987 (Some SSL VPN functionality breaks as a result of a Java update to version 7 update 51 (7u51) and above)

 

R75.45 Documentation

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