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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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on A Palo Alto FW after executing "show vpn ike-sa gateway gateway_id" command I receive the output such as below


Does the "Established" time suggest that the VPN was down and …

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We have an MPLS site with primary and backup connecting to the POPs (15M each). Recently the customer decided to put 2M video traffic from Telepresence on BU. TP is using AF41 CoS value. My question …

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I am having issues with external hackers trying to access my external 2012 R2 server, I have it open for RDP only and just recently keep seeing failed logon attempts with random usernames and …

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Hello All,

I have a port that is 100Mbps and I want to move it to the 1Gbps port. All policy is mapped to the named interface on the 100mbps port. Can I simply rename my 1Gbps (and interface …

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What is an ASP Table on a Cisco ASA responsible for?  What is it?

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If a London tube/metro train is setting from an below ground station and there is good wifi coverage and I'm in the last carriage, why is my iPhone not able to continue to receive data before it …

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Hi,

We have a sonic wall TZ210 with some pretty significant configurations. We've exported the config file in case of emergency and would ike to know if it's possible to get a newer sonic wall …

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Hi,

I have two Drayteks. One site has a Vigor 2860 (Site 1 - 192.168.2.0) and the other a Vigor2830 (Site 2 - 192.168.5.0).

I have attempted to create a site-to-site VPN, bit cannot get a …

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We have a Fortigate 200B firewall and we have 2 active WAN connections from different providers. This is not for fault tolerance but more to load balance traffic from some computers to use WAN1 and …

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Greetings Experts..
After many days of frustration I have turned to the best  source of information I know...
I need some insight/help in getting the policies/rules for my firewall to work …

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Hi Guys,

I am looking for a device with the capability to combine bandwidth from 2 ISP\internet connections from different providers.

I need this device to load balance the traffic, and at the …

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Hi,

I have a network with a decent firewall (Zyxel USG 60W) and a Windows 2012 R2 essentials server behind the firewall.

At present I route port 443 from the firewall to the server, and have …

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Hello,

If I factory reset a Juniper SSG20 firewall will I loose the license key? If I do how would I go about getting a new one as these firewalls are now out of support.

Thanks,

Glenn

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VPN Client connects and gets proper IP address, but cannot ping local servers or access local resources


Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client 4.2.01035
(Wed Feb 03 06:28:51 2016)

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Our SonicWall firewall is setup to block some countries through the Geo-IP Filter, I would like to block everything outside the United States and only allow access to the required vendors sites which …

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Howdy Folks,

Let me first thank you guys for your time and assistance from prior questions/queries.
Now for the meat of things, we currently have a CIsco ASA5510 that is doing something unusual …

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I have a Cisco 5512 ASA with Firepower Service running on a VPN.   It currently has a Static IP out to the internet for WAN, and then one port being used on 192.168.2.5 and Firepower on 192.168.2.3 …

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Hey Guys,

how do I configure my VLAN 400 to communicate with AD server?  Allow interface trust is unchecked on SonicWALL.  VLAN 100 is configured for site to site VPN to my office. I can login to the…

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Hey Guys,

I could sure use your help.  I have a Netgear managed switch that is configured for 3 VLANs.  I have port 24 configured for Trunk.  On the SonicWALL I have configured 3 subinterface VLAN …

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How to configure on fortinet v5.2.10 to stop internal users from pinging, port scanning and ping floods to external hosts?

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I have a small LAN which consists of a cable modem connected to a Juniper-NS5GT firewall, connected to a HP ProCurve1810G - 24 GE switch which then is connected to various PCs and wireless devices.  I…

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Hello guys,

While I am not behind the firewall I can use an HTTPS site that is verified by certplus and everythings are OK:
 

and when I'm in behind of firewall, the site will blocked with ASA:…

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We are using ASA 5505s at all our locations to set up site to site VPN tunnels back to the main office. At our larger locations, over 20 computers, we use ASAs with an unlimited license. At one of our…

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On Sonicwall TZ190, can we see the current WAN througput ?

Thx

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Well..... I have been pushing SonicWall for years but as they say all good things must come to an end. They just got sold a third time and their support is non existent. Time to find a replacement.

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Hardware Firewalls

23K

Solutions

9

Articles & Videos

18K

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