One of my customers and I did an upgrade of two Check Point 4800 enforcement modules in HA. We debated between a fresh install and an upgrade. We went for the fresh install. So with isomorphic, a Gaia R77.10 image and a thumb drive, we got the two 4800s upgraded without issue. One thing I do not care for is the wording of one screen in particular. Close to the end of the install, it gives you the impression that the install failed and that its reverting back to the original image that came on the box. However, it does actually complete the install without issue. It says "reverting image". No worries. I just dont like the wording.
I guess I just would like to see it say something like "installing image", or something a little less worrying.
The two 4800s enforcement modules we upgraded:
This is the retired Shane Killen personal blog, an IT technical blog about configs and topics related to the Network and Security Engineer working with Cisco, Brocade, Check Point, and Palo Alto and Sonicwall. I hope this blog serves you well. -- May The Lord bless you and keep you. May He shine His face upon you, and bring you peace.
Friday, June 20, 2014
Check Point 4800s: "Reverting Image" And "Reverting To Active Image GAIA"
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Exactly my case:) Reverting To Active Image GAIA..And I was like wtf !? Then it finished installation successfuly...I would appriciate better woring too, maybe all of us.ReplyDelete
Checkpoint, are you listening?
Happened to me too. I am glad I found your explanation. I was freaking out.ReplyDelete
yea, me 2ReplyDelete
hahaha, was also just freaking out about this :OReplyDelete
Thanks! Just happened to me on a pair of 2200s!ReplyDelete
Yep me tooReplyDelete
Me tooo ..Just nowReplyDelete
yes, I too faced this and while its happening on 36 percent I am relieved. this post is a life saver.ReplyDelete
Yeah, I wish CP would change this.ReplyDelete
Me too. this post is a life saver for sure. CP should change the wording.ReplyDelete