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How to Fix the TCP packet out of State in Checkpoint Firewall :-

The “TCP Packet out of state” error message means that FireWall-1 sees a TCP ACK packet for which it does not have a matching state table entry. This may occur because the connection was inactive for a period of time or the connections tables were flushed (e.g., because of a policy installation or restart).

Today, i am going to show you How to fix this problem. 🙂

Open Checkpoint Smart Dashboard on your Smart console PC. Now click on the Global Properties icon on the top icon list.

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now navigate to Stateful Inspection and increase the “TCP end timeout” value to 60 sec.

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now click on the Install Policy option option and Select your target firewall and click on the OK.

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This will solve your Problem. 🙂

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