How to add checkpoint firewall in Eve-ng

Adding checkpoint firewall in eve-ng is very simple, Eve-ng has provided one of the best platform for unlimited testing and practice for examination. To add checkpoint firewall in Eve-ng, we need Checkpoint firewall OVF image.
I have provided the download link for checkpoint firewall below and explained in detail to add checkpoint firewall in eve-ng. We need to upload the ovf image in Eve-ng and then we have to convert it hda.qcow2 and move it to correct folder.

There are two ways that you can use to add checkpoint firewall in eve-ng.
1. Download the ISO image and install the Checkpoint firewall on VMware and then export it to OVF. After exporting the OVF image you have to upload to Eve-ng and then convert it to hda.qcow2.

To download the Checkpoint firewall ISO image use below link.
(i)  From Checkpoint website – Download
(ii) Direct Download Checkpoing ISO image

How to install Checkpoint firewall on VMware
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2. Second method is very simple, where you just need to download OVF template from below link and upload to Eve-ng. After Uploading follow below steps.

Download Checkpoint firewall OVF image from below link-
(i) From Checkpoint Website – Download
(ii) Direct Download Checkpoint OVF template

1. First we need to create  temporary folder in Eve-ng from CLI.
mkdir abc
cd abc

2. Upload the downloaded image to the EVE root/abc folder using for example FileZilla or WinSCP.

3. we need to Uncompress raw image to get vmdk file:
tar xf Check_Point_Security_Gateway_R77.30_OVF_Template_Gaia

4. Create target image folder:

Image folder names and hdd names is taken accordingly to qemu image naming table.

mkdir /opt/unetlab/addons/qemu/cpsg-R77-30

5. Convert vmdk raw file to hda.qcow2
you can use ls command to check available files in folder and to move to any folder use cd foldername command
cd Check_Point_SG_R77.30_VE_NM
/opt/qemu/bin/qemu-img convert -f vmdk -O qcow2 Check_Point_SG_R77.30_VE-disk1.vmdk hda.qcow2

6. Copy converted image HDD to target folder:

mv hda.qcow2 /opt/unetlab/addons/qemu/cpsg-R77-30/hda.qcow2

7. Delete temporary folder:
cd ..
cd ..
rm -rf abc

8. Fix permissions:
/opt/unetlab/wrappers/unl_wrapper -a fixpermissions

Original CheckPoint image default login on cli and WEB is  admin/admin

9. Open the Eve-ng and Select the checkpoint firewall and start the node enjoy-

Checkpoint firewall in eve-ng


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