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Looking for inexpensive Firewall to protect several IP KVM's

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I'm looking for an inexpensive Firewall to protect several IP KVM's & PDU's that are on configured on a separate WAN and I need some suggestions. One of the big things is that is must be rack mountable.

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Not sure what inexpensive is but you can look into Sonicwall devices.  They are great and easy to administer.  You could also go with a very cheap Linksys Ethernet router and use NAT to protect your devices and put the device on a rack mounted shelf in the rack.  Anything like the firewall appliances made by Watchguard, Symanec, etc. won't be lower cost.  Sonicwall makes a very low cost firewall model TZ180 that's not a bad device and even has VPN capabilities.

Hope this helps!

LTxda
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