Fortigate 100F – The F stands for fast
Well not really, but Fortinet’s latest firewall, the FortiGate 100F does feature throughput speeds well above similar competition (Fortinet says it’s 10 times faster than others in the VPN throughput category, with 11.5 Gbps). Throughput is just one reason why this new firewall, ideal for mid-size enterprise deployments, stands out. The other reason? SD-WAN. The new FortiGate 100F is purpose-built for SD-WAN (also known as software-defined wide area networking). Its processor is the first-of-its-kind SD-WAN ASIC, Fortinet’s SoC4, which allows this new device to combine the excellent next-generation firewall security and the top-notch SD-WAN you’ve come to expect from Fortinet in one appliance. Join us as we take a closer look at the FortiGate 100F in our latest feature review video:
FortiGate 100F Spec Snapshot
Max Firewall Throughput: 20 Gbps
Threat Prevention Throughput: 700 Mbps
Network Interface Ports: 30 x 1GbE, 2 x 10 GbE, 1 USB, 1 Console
Maximum Connections: 1,500,000
Maximum Connections (DPI SSL): 135,000
Maximum Supported Wireless Access Points: 64/32 (Total/Tunnel Mode)
Hardware-Only MSRP: $2,800
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Still doing some comparison shopping or simply enjoy good clean network appliance-related entertainment? Check out our other feature review videos of the Fortinet FortiGate 50E, the Sophos XG 125 and new in 2019 XG 86 & 106, the SonicWall NSa 2650, the new in 2019 SOHO 250 & TZ 350, and the also new in 2019 SonicWave 200 Series wireless access points. Once you’ve made it through the playlist, read through our firewall buyer’s guide series. You should cover all your bases to ensure you have the right device to protect your network.
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Speaking of our Buyer’s Guide series, we take a deeper dive into Fortinet’s firewall portfolio as well as the security services it offers in our Fortinet Buyer’s Guide. Additionally, we’ve partnered with Fortinet to offer free (as in complimentary, or at no cost to you) Cyber Threat Assessments to give you a clear picture of how well your current network setup can handle the latest online hazards.