OpenVPN route all traffic via VPN

To add default route via VPN server add following lines into your server’s configuration file (usually /etc/openvpn/server.conf).

 push "redirect-gateway def1"
 push "dhcp-option DNS 8.8.8.8"

DNS option may be required, if you are having troubles with name resolution after connecting to VPN.

Zabbix 2 CheckPoint SNMP template

I have created Zabbix 2.x Template for monitoring CheckPoint products via SNMP.
This template utilizes custom CheckPoint MIBs that are located on SecurePlatform OS in $CPDIR/lib/snmp/

You can also download CHECKPOINT-MIB file here (from R75 version):
http://pingtool.org/downloads/CHECKPOINT-MIB.txt

You need to copy this file to your Zabbix server, into directory /usr/share/snmp/mibs
To test new MIBs, run a snmpget command as follows:

SNMPv2:

snmpget -v2c -c <COMMUNITY_NAME> -Of <CHECKPOINT_IP> CHECKPOINT-MIB::svnVersion.0

SNMPv3:

snmpget -v3 -l authpriv -u <SNMPV3_USER> -A <SNMPV3_AUTH_PASS> -X <SNMPV3_PRIV_PASS> -Of 192.168.14.3 CHECKPOINT-MIB::svnVersion.0

This command should return the product version:
.iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.checkpoint.products.svn.svnInfo.svnVersion.0 = STRING: “R75.40”

Download links for Templates:

SNMPv2: http://pingtool.org/downloads/zbx_CheckPoint_SNMP.xml
SNMPv3: http://pingtool.org/downloads/zbx_CheckPoint_SNMPv3.xml

SNMPv2 template will try to link standard Zabbix’s Templates:”Template SNMP Device and Template SNMP Disks.

SNMPv3 template will try to link my own SNMPv3 Zabbix Templates: Template SNMPv3 Device and Template SNMPv3 Disks.

You can get these SNMPv3 templates from here