Check Point 2200 Appliances- Discontinued

Check Point 2200 Appliances- Discontinued

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Check Point 2200 Appliances- Discontinued

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Score 8 out of 10
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We use it at most of our locations. At the main sites, we have 4 of them, 2 per internet connection. It's used for FW, VPN, and content filtering
  • Easy to setup the client and for the users to use.
  • Content Filtering. Block websites from users based on category.
  • Hardware is reliable.
  • Cost: very expensive to purchase and maintain.
  • Lack of disk space and memory are the biggest issues we have.
  • Hard/impossible to migrate from physical to virtual appliance.
I would say you need someone experienced in Check Point Appliances. You must know the Linux command line as there are a lot of commands that aren't in the guild. I would say 2200 is for a medium-sized company. The appliance we have can't handle a big company and it would be too expensive for a small company.
It all depends on who you get for support. There are a few that know the hardware/software well and some that don't. You can ask for a second level if you can't get your answer or issues resolved. But overall it's good. I would give it a higher score but we have waited for 4-6 hours for a call back on certain issues.
Score 9 out of 10
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Verified User
We use Check Point 220 Appliances across our organization for firewall, IPS, and other next-gen functions such as web filtering. These devices serve as a primary security layer in our over all security stack. They have been extremely stable and are managed centrally by our security operations team across the entire organization.
  • Performance
  • Ease of management
  • Functionality
  • Cost
  • Tier 1 support is challenging at times
These are great appliances for small/medium size offices. They do have limited port availability but are normally adequate for our needs.
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