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Hardware-based firewalls provide more sophisticated protection for inbound and outbound traffic than the simple Windows software firewall or the basic NAT firewalls found in routers. These devices implement techniques such as stateful packet inspection, deep packet inspection, and content filtering; and may include built-in antivirus and anti-malware protection.

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Hey Guys, is there a command line that will give me info on the license installed?  Also, is there a way to find out how many VLANs or sub interfaces I am licensed for?  Thanks in advance!

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I have a remote situation where we have 65 small retail stores and 4 regional offices all connected via IPSec tunnel back to the corporate data center.  Everything is working great.  What I am looking…

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Can anyone point me to tools that would help me migrate a Juniper srx3600 to a PAN 5xxx 7.x code?

# Model: srx3600
# JUNOS Software Release [12.1X46-D35.1]

Thank you.

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I have a PAN 5050 running v6 code. A partner wants to setup a lan to lan tunnel that uses IKEv2. In the GUI I don't see any
place to specify "this is an IKEv2" tunnel. But I understand you're …

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I have some clients who are failing to access a server via SSL. On the PAN firewall the reason for the end of all sessions is TCP-RST-from-server. The clients that success get tcp-rst-from-client - …

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i am trying to configure the ASA as I am replacing a ASA 5505 with a 5506
I am finding that many of old command line uses are changed
like:
global (outside) 1 interface
nat (inside) 0 access-list …

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Hi All,

Had anyone done firmware upgrade for pfsense from 2.2.6 to 2.3.3? is it stable? what instructions you followed for the upgrade?

Thanks.

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Small office (10 workstation , 6 VoIP phones).

What is the best firewall that also does packet filtering. and will prevent (as much as it can) malware/ viruses etc...

There is an AV installed …

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Is there any tool that can stimulate some attack to test my current firewall capability :

1. disguise my company domain and send email to users through te firewall
2. bruce-force password attack

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We have recevied several email where the display name show our company email address but the actual sender address is logged as aol.com in our IMSVA gateway.

Even though we have enabled SPF and …

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Is the below enough to allow FTP through the asa 9.5?
It's clearly working since I have an internal FTP client and I'm able to get in from outside. I just thought there was more to it like allow ACL …

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In my Fortiage 100D, a destination NAT is configured to map a public IP address to an internal mail server through port 25, mails can received properly.

When I try telnet [public IP of mali server]…

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I have a traditional telephone system - PBX, analog lines, phone provider.  We have no need internally for many of the features that a full VOIP system offers - people are very happy with the phones …

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We have a SonicWall NSA 220 configured and working with 2 x SonicPoint NE'2 configured and working. We are trying to add a SonicPoint N2 and have tried a directly configured port in the WLAN zone and …

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Here is my scenario:

Site A (Cisco ASA) is Connected to Site B (SonicWALL)  via site to site VPN
Site B (SonicWALL) is Connected to Site C (Cisco ASA) via site to site VPN
Site A has access to all …

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Hi Experts,

We currently have a Cisco ASA and a verizon router that is set up as a bridge.

We have a second Verizon Fios router with our second line, yes we pay for two.  We have a application …

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Trying to adjust the max connection setting from 64000 to 90000 however haven't seen where to make this change or know if it's an option. Network drops out intermittently and ISP claims it's not on …

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I'm seeing some general information about adding security rules via the PAN CLI. But specifically - suppose I want to have three destination IPs in a rule instead of one - how would I make that …

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I had configured SSL-VPN with NetExtender in a Sonic Wall TZ400 and it is working great. I'm using local users. The problem is that I'm not able to connect to servers or computers with the DNS …

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I have a 3rd party device that's assigned a static IP address 10.10.10.10 which requires these firewall rules - which I simply quote:
Ports to be opened bi-directional:
5003
80
443
So, I've …

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Usually, I'm using simple commodity routers for connecting networks: ISP, MPLS, etc. and as firewalls for hosted "3rd party" services like a Guest Wireless, 3rd party VPN terminators, etc.

In some …

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I have a situation where a pair of Cisco ASA 5505 boxes are used as end points for a VPN.  I don't have access to them / don't own or control them.
The tunnel has been dropping and I'd like to …

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My Sonicwall TZ 200 still have 2 additional interface available but I can't configure it. Any idea ?

Thx

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My Fortiage can form a remote site with IPSec VPN succesfully.

However, under CLI console, it can only ping local IP but not the remote IP. Do I mean to expliclity specify the interface when I ping…

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Hi

Since I have replaced my Firewall with a Sonic Wall TZ400 I'm not able to give access to social network like Facebook, Twitter, etc..

Even if I disable CFS on the LAN interface it doesn't let…

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Hardware Firewalls

23K

Solutions

9

Articles & Videos

20K

Contributors

Hardware-based firewalls provide more sophisticated protection for inbound and outbound traffic than the simple Windows software firewall or the basic NAT firewalls found in routers. These devices implement techniques such as stateful packet inspection, deep packet inspection, and content filtering; and may include built-in antivirus and anti-malware protection.

Related Topics

  1. Networking
  2. Routers
  3. Cisco
  4. VPN
  5. Software Firewalls
  6. Networking Hardware-Other