Firewall

 

This protects the corporate network from external hacking, thus securing the corporate network. A firewall protects the network from unauthorized access and typically guards the LAN networks against malicious access; however, firewalls may also be configured to limit the access to harmful sites for LAN users.

The responsibility of the firewall is to grant access from Internet Service Network according to the Rules and Policies configured. It also monitors the state of connection and denies any traffic that is out of the connection state.

Multi ISP Support.

Network Security.

IP Masquerading.

Encryption of data protects data from hacking.

Blocking of individual port services.

Network Address Translation (NAT).

Multiple NIC supports.

Multiple Zones can be create.

One to One NAT.

Proxy ARP.

Port re-direction.

Port Forwarding.

Most attacking IP can Blacklist.