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  • leejo
    started a topic Good firewall?

    Good firewall?

    Can someone recommend a good firewall that doesn't cost a fortune, por favor?

  • Apophis
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    Re: Good firewall?

    You can order the FVS-318 HERE.

    :-)

    Initiates up to 8 IPSec VPN tunnels simultaneously
    Stateful Packet Inspection Firewall with VPN pass-through and routing
    Eight ultra-fast 10/100 Mbps LAN ports
    Securely connects mobile workforce and branch offices to main office resources
    Easy-to-use Web browser-based setup, configuration, and remote management

    Memory: 1 MB flash, 16 MB DRAM
    Processor: 50 MHz ARM 7
    Interface: WAN port: one 10BASE-T Ethernet RJ-45 port (to connect to any broadband modem, such as DSL or cable); LAN ports: eight 10/100 Mbps auto-sensing, Auto-Uplink RJ-45 ports (1 Cat 5 UTP cable included)
    Speed: 10 and 100 Mbps
    Users: Up to 253
    Firewall: Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) to prevent Denial of Service (DoS) attacks (Syn flood, ICMP flood, UDP flood, "ping of death", IP spoofing, land attack, tear drop attack, IP address sweep attack, Win Nuke attack), Intrusion Detection System (IDS) including logging, reporting and e-mail alerts, address, service and protocol), Web URL content filtering
    VPN functionality: VPN Functionality: Eight (8) dedicated VPN tunnels, Manual key and IKE Security Association (SA) assignment, 56-bit (DES) or 168-bit (3DES) IPsec encryption algorithm, MD5 or SHA-1 authentication algorithm, pre-shared key, perfect forward secrecy (Diffie-Helman and Oakley client support), key life and IKE lifetime time settings, prevent replay attack, remote access VPN (client-to-site), site-to-site VPN, IPSec NAT traversal (VPN passthrough)
    Functions: DHCP server (info and display table), port range forwarding, exposed host (DMZ), enable/disable WAN ping, DNS proxy, PPPoE login client support, WAN DHCP Client, MAC address cloning, NTP support, URL content filtering (URL and URL keywords)
    Operation modes: Network Address Translation (NAT), Static routing, unrestricted users per port
    IP address assignment: Static IP address assignment, internal DHCP server on LAN, DHCP client on WAN, PPPoE client support
    Administration interface: Web graphic user interface, user name and password protected. Smart Wizard and Install Assistant for basic parabeter settings. Remote management support authenticated through IP address or IP address range, and password
    Configuration and upgrades: Upload and download configuration settings, field-upgradeable flash memory and DRAM
    Protocol support: Network: IP routing, TCP/IP, UDP, ICMP, PPPoE; IP addressing: DHCP (client and server); routing: RIP v1, RIPv2 (static routing, dynamic routing).
    VPN/security: IPSec (ESP), MD5, SHA-1, DES, 3DES, IKE
    Application support: IPSec pass-through, H.323, Quake, Half-life, Star Craft Unreal Tournament, PPTP, MIRC, ICQ, Instant Messenger, RealPlayer, VDO Live, Quick Time, Dial Pad
    Maintenance: Save/restore configuration, restore defaults, upgrades via Web browser, display statistics
    Power: External (12V DC, 1.2A)
    System requirements: Cable, DSL, satellite, or wireless broadband modem and Internet service, Ethernet connectivity from broadband modem, network card for each connected PC, network software (e.g. Windows), Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher or Netscape Navigator 4.0 or higher
    In the box: FVS318 ProSafe firewall, power adapter, Category 5 cable, user guide, resource CD, warranty card, support card
    Warranty, parts: 5 years (2 years power supply)
    Warranty, labor: 5 years (2 years power supply)

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  • leejo
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    Re: Good firewall?

    Thanks guys. I'm looking for a hardware firewall.

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  • Apophis
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    NetGear FVS-318

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  • asch
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    Are you looking for a software or hardware firewall? And what is a fortune? A decent router (linksys, d-link, netgear, etc.) can be purchased for around $50 or less, depending on your needs.

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