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Hello and welcome back to check point, jump start
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training on the maestro
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Hyper scale network security solution.
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In this video, I will demonstrate
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how to
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create,
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populate
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and apply
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a security group,
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be of the command line interface and then
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use that security group
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in policy.
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So I am on the
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my strong
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hyper scale orchestrator
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right now in Cle Shell.
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And
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I will add
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security group
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add appliances to the security group
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again in please shell
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tab completion will helpfully provide the serial numbers.
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I've added
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two security gateway modules to the security group.
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Now I will add interfaces to the security group.
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I've added ah
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management interface.
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Well, I will add
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uplink interfaces.
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I won't
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add the first time wizard settings.
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So at this point, I have configured the security group via the command line interface.
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Almost, but not completely. I've set up the first time wizard configuration.
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The remaining thing to do before I apply this security group
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figuration is to set
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the single management objects network properties.
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Now, I will
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apply this new configuration.
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So the orchestrator has
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validated
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the new security group configuration
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distributed the configuration to the security gateway modules that have been added to the security group.
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Those security gateway Ma modules will install the new configuration and restart themselves,
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so we'll pause until the restart is complete
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and the single management object is ready to answer the Web user interface.
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Now the
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single management object of the new security group
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is responsive. Answering
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the I P address assigned to it
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so I can connect to it with the Web user interface
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and configure the traffic ports
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style. Set the session timeouts to be ridiculously long.
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Now
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a year
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uplinked traffic interfaces.
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Let's to the three interfaces configured,
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and
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now I will go to the smart Consul application and create
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an object to represent the single management object in policy.
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Usually a good idea to use the same name
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that you provided the security group
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stall are established sick
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that will fetch the topology.
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Now I will install policy
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to the new security group as well as the existing security group,
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so policy installation is in progress.
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Pause until it completes.
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So
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policy has been installed successfully,
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and now
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I'll be able to access
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clogs and everything
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you would expect to access on a security gateway.
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So I just wanted to demonstrate how to do the security group
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configuration from the orchestrators command line.
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Thank you
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for attending this
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module

Check Point Jump Start: Maestro Hyperscale Network Security

In this course brought to you by industry leader Check Point, they will cover the Maestro Orchestrator initial installation, creation and configuration of security group via the web user interface and SmartConsole features. This course provides a demonstration of the Maestro product. Course will prepare you for their exam, #156-412, at Pearson VUE.

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