Learn how innovations such as mobility, Web 2.0, social media and cloud computing have dramatically changed the IT landscape and introduced new security threats into corporate and government networks. Now traditional firewalls are coming up short as protocol and port number classifications have been rendered ineffective in blocking threats. In a bold move to reclaim control, CIOs and IT managers are looking to next-generation firewalls with application-layer intelligence that stands strong against today’s threats. It’s that kind of fortified protection that will enable organizations to fully embrace and leverage such innovations going forward.
|The SonicWALL 2400 is a next-generation Unified Threat Management platform, utilizing a breakthrough multi-core hardware design and Patented Reassembly-Free DPI with 6GbE interfaces to deliver real-time network protection without compromising performance. Designed for SME and branch office networks the NSA 2400 offers best-in-class threat prevention, rapid deployment and lowered TCO|
|We receive a lot of questions from customers who are not familiar with what a hardware firewall is or what it is supposed to do. We have compiled the list below of the common questions along with an explanation.|
|SonicOS Enhanced offers an integrated traffic shaping mechanism through its inbound and outbound bandwidth management (BWM) interfaces. Outbound BWM can be applied to traffic sourced from Trusted and Public Zones (such as LAN and DMZ) destined to Untrusted and Encrypted Zones (such as WAN and VPN). Inbound BWM can be applied to traffic sourced from Untrusted and Encrypted Zones destined to Trusted and Public Zones. In this video we are going to demonstrate how to use SonicWALL's bandwidth throttling feature to increase the performance of a VPN tunnel.|