Solution ID sk65205 Product Security Gateway, Security Management, Small and Medium Business Appliances, Data Center Security Appliances, Enterprise Appliances, Scalable Platforms Appliances, Branch Office Appliances Version R75, R76, R77, R77.10, R77.20, R77.30, R80, R80.10 OS SecurePlatform 2.6, Gaia Platform / Model 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000, 12000, 13000, 15000, 21000, 23000, VSX-1, Smart-1, Power-1, Threat Emulation, UTM-1, 44000, 64000 Date Created 2011-09-06 00:00:00.0 Last Modified 2018-01-17 02:23:58.0. Important: Effective June 22nd, 2017, ISOmorphic package has been updated to build 160.
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Introduction ISOmorphic is the Check Point utility used for creating a bootable USB device, capable of installing Gaia / SecurePlatform OS on Check Point appliances and Open Servers. For USB installation on IP Series Appliances, refer to. For the list of USB flash keys that are known to work with ISOmorphic, refer to. Starting from R77.20, ISOmorphic tool supports two modes of deployments - Regular and Unattended. Unattended deployment is a way to install the Gaia/SecurePlatfrom on the appliance without a need for interaction from the user performing the installation.
This tool can be used as well to prepare Hardware diagnostic USB DoK. See for more info on the Hardware diagnostic tool. Virtual Dj Pro 7 Full Download.
Notes: • Check Point does not enforce the usage of ISOmorphic, which is provided as a utility to make the installation easier. Note however, that Check Point has developed and verified the ISOmorphic tool to work with all Check Point appliances (excluding IP Series Appliances). • Customers can use any tool they want to format their flash keys. • Verify that the USB device does not contain bad sectors before starting the ISOmorphic creation process. Table of Contents •. Possible errors General Limitations • ISOmorphic can be used for fresh install only.
• Basic networking can be preconfigured only for Gaia R77.20 and above, and only for Check Point appliances. • VSX NGX R67.10 ISO is not supported. Preparing USB device for Regular Deployment Regular Deployment is used to install Gaia / SecurePlatform OS interactively. • Prepare the USB device with ISO file • Format the USB device as FAT32. Make sure you have the Gaia ISO file corresponding to the appliance model and the relevant release.
• Run the ISOmorphic tool (download ) • In the ' Select Source ISO file' field, browse for the Gaia / SecurePlatform ISO file. • In the ' Select destination drive' field, select the USB device drive. • In the ' Installation type' field, select ' Regular installation'. • Optional (for Gaia ISO R77.20 and above): Configure basic networking to be applied on the appliance during the installation: Background: Starting in Gaia R77.20, basic networking can be preconfigured using the ISOmorphic tool. The tool saves the configuration on the USB device as an XML file, and applies it automatically on the appliance after installation.
The ISOmorphic tool lets you save different configurations for different appliances on the same USB device. Each configuration object contains: • Interface name to be configured (default is the Management interface) • IPv4 address • Subnet mask • Default Gateway (optional) • MAC address of the Management interface of the appliance to be configured, or default. During the deployment, the appliance searches for its MAC address in the XML configuration file. If the MAC address is not found, then the appliance applies the default configuration.
Configuration procedure: • Click on ' Configure' button. Note: For Gaia / SecurePlatform ISO R77.10 and lower, this button is greyed out. Fake Ontario Drivers Licence Template. • The configuration window opens: Note: In this window, you can import a previously prepared configuration file (XML), or export the current configuration.
• Click on ' Add.' Button to configure the basic networking settings. Note: Only one interface can be configured on the same appliance. • Select the ' Default' option. • Type the name for the interface name. • Enter the IP address. • Enter the subnet mask.