Check Point Cloudguard#
Check Point Cloudguard virtualized security appliance is identified with
checkpoint_cloudguard kind in the topology file. It is built using boxen project and essentially is a Qemu VM packaged in a docker container format.
Getting Cloudguard image#
Managing Check Point Cloudguard nodes#
Containers with Check Point Cloudguard VM inside will take ~5min to fully boot.
You can monitor the progress with
docker logs -f <container-name>for boxen status reports
docker exec -it <container-name> tail -f /console.logto see the boot log messages.
Check Point Cloudguard node launched with containerlab can be managed via the following interfaces:
to connect to a
bash shell of a running checkpoint_cloudguard container:
The shell access gives you access to the container that hosts the Qemu VM.
Cloudguard OS comes with HTTPS server running on boot. You can access the Web UI using https schema
You can expose container's 443 port with
ports setting in containerlab and get access to the Web UI using your containerlab host IP.
Default login credentials:
Check Point Cloudgard starts up with 8 available interfaces:
eth0- management interface connected to the containerlab management network
eth1- first data interface, mapped to the first data port of the VM
eth2+- second and subsequent data interface
When containerlab launches Cloudguard node, it assigns a static
10.0.0.5 IPv4 address to the VM's
eth0 interface. This interface is transparently stitched with container's
eth0 interface such that users can reach the management plane of the Cloudguard using containerlab's assigned IP.
eth1+ need to be configured with IP addressing manually using CLI or other available management interfaces.