The low power SG-2220 firewall appliance provides excellent perimeter protection for sophisticated internal network problem solving between internal LANs. This firewall/router will meet your medium to large business and remote location networks needs.
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|CPU||Intel “Rangeley” Atom C2338 1.7 Ghz|
|CPU Cores||Two Cores|
|Networking||2x Gigabit Intel Ethernet Ports|
|Storage||4GB eMMC Flash on board|
|Expansion||1x M.2, 1x miniPCIe|
|Console Port||Mini USB|
|USB Ports||1x 2.0|
|Enclosure||Desktop 1.5″ tall x 5.3″ deep x 5.2″ wide|
|Form Factor||Compact nano-ITX 120mm x 120mm|
|Cooling||Fanless, passive heat sink|
|External ITE P/S AC/DC 100-240V, 50-60 Hz, 12V 5A|
|AC Inlet: IEC320-C6 (3 PIN)|
|Power Cord: NEMA 5-15P to IEC320-Cxx|
|Environmental||32°F (0°C) to 149°F (65°C)|
|Power Consumption||6W (idle)|
|Certifications||FCC, CE, RoHS, UL|
Two or more firewalls can be configured as a failover group. If one interface fails on the primary or the primary goes offline entirely, the secondary becomes active.
Enables the use of multiple Internet connections, with load balancing and/or failover, for improved Internet availability and bandwidth usage distribution. Requires a managed switch.
Server Load Balancing
Used to distribute load between multiple servers. This is commonly used with web servers, mail servers, and others. Servers that fail to respond to ping requests or TCP port connections are removed from the pool.
A Dynamic DNS client is included to allow you to register your public IP with a number of dynamic DNS service providers.
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
Multiple options for VPN connectivity, including IPsec, OpenVPN, and PPTP.
The pfSense software offers a PPPoE server. A local user database can be used for authentication, and RADIUS authentication with optional accounting is also supported.
Reporting and Monitoring
RRD and real time graphs that include information on everything from CPU utilization to real time throughput for each interface.
Captive portal allows you to force authentication, or redirection to a click through page for network access. This is commonly used on hot spot networks, but is also widely used in corporate networks for an additional layer of security.