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    Sonicwall TZ Series Firewalls The SonicWALL TZ series of next generation firewalls (NGFW) is ideally suited for any organization that requires enterprise-grade network protection. SonicWALL TZ series firewalls provide broad protection with advanced security services consisting of onbox and cloud-based anti-malware, anti-spyware, application control, intrusion prevention system (IPS), and URL filtering. To counter the trend of encrypted attacks, the SonicWALL TZ series has the processing power to inspect encrypted SSL connections against the latest threats. Combined with Dell's X-Series switches, selected TZ series firewalls can directly manage the security of these additional ports. Backed by the SonicWALL Global Response Intelligent Defense (GRID) network, the SonicWALL TZ series delivers continuous updates to maintain a strong network defense against cybercriminals. The SonicWALL TZ series is able to scan every byte of every packet on all ports and protocols with almost zero latency and no file size limitations. The SonicWALL TZ series features Gigabit Ethernet ports, optional integrated 802.11ac wireless*, IPSec and SSL VPN, failover through integrated 3G/4G support, load balancing and network segmentation. The SonicWALL TZ series UTM firewalls also provide fast, secure mobile access over Apple iOS, Google Android, Amazon Kindle, Windows, MacOS and Linux platforms. The SonicWALL Global Management System (GMS) enables centralized deployment and management of SonicWALL TZ series firewalls from a single system. Managed security for distributed environments Schools, retail shops, remote sites, branch offices and distributed enterprises need a solution that integrates with their corporate firewall. SonicWALL TZ series firewalls share the same code base—and same protection—as our flagship SuperMassive next-generation firewalls. This simplifies remote site management, as every administrator sees the same user interface (UI). GMS enables network administrators to configure, monitor and manage remote SonicWALL firewalls through a single pane of glass. By adding highspeed, secure wireless, the SonicWALL TZ series extends the protection perimeter to include customers and guests frequenting the retail site or remote office. Exceptional security and stellar performance at a disruptively low TCO Benefits: • Enterprise grade network protection • Deep packet inspection of all traffic without restrictions on file size or protocol • Secure 802.11ac wireless connectivity using integrated wireless controller or via external Dell Sonic Point wireless access points • SSL VPN mobile access for Apple iOS, Google Android, Amazon Kindle, Windows, Mac OS and Linux devices • Over 100 additional ports can be securely managed by the TZ console when deployed in combination with Dell X-Series switches SonicWALL SOHO series For wired and wireless small and home office environments, the SonicWALL SOHO series delivers the same business-class protection large organizations require at a more affordable price point. Specification SOHO series Firewall throughput 300 Mbps Full DPI throughput 50 Mbps Anti-malware throughput 50 Mbps IPS throughput 100 Mbps IMIX throughp 60 Mbps Max DPI connections 10, 000 New connections/sec 1, 800 SonicWALL TZ300 series The SonicWALL TZ300 series offers an all-in-one solution that protects networks from attack. Unlike consumer grade products, the SonicWALL TZ300 series firewall combines effective intrusion prevention, anti-malware and content/URL filtering with optional 802.11ac integrated wireless and broadest secure mobile platforms support for laptops, smartphones and tablets. Specification TZ300 series Firewall throughput 750 Mbps Full DPI throughput 100 Mbps Anti-malware throughput 100 Mbps IPS throughput 300 Mbps IMIX throughput 200 Mbps Max DPI connections 50, 000 New connections/sec 5, 000 SonicWALL TZ400 series For small business, retail and branch office locations, the SonicWALL TZ400 series delivers enterprise-grade protection. Flexible wireless deployment is available with either external SonicPoint Access points or 802.11ac wireless integrated into the unit. Specification TZ400 series Firewall throughput 1.3 Gbps Full DPI throughput 300 Mbps Anti-malware throughput 300 Mbps IPS throughput 900 Mbps IMIX throughput 500 Mbps Max DPI connections 90, 000 New connections/sec 6, 000 SonicWALL TZ500 series For growing branch offices and SMBs, the SonicWALL TZ500 series delivers highly effective, no compromise protection with network productivity and optional integrated 802.11ac dual-band wireless. Specification TZ500 series Firewall throughput 1.4 Gbps Full DPI throughput 400 Mbps Anti-malware throughput 400 Mbps IPS throughput 1.0 Gbps IMIX throughput 700 Mbps Max DPI connections 100, 000 New connections/sec 8, 000 SonicWALL TZ600 series For emerging enterprises, retail and branch offices looking for security performance at a value price, the SonicWALL TZ600 next-generation firewall secures networks with enterprise-class features and uncompromising performance. Specification TZ600 series Firewall throughput 1.5 Gbps Full DPI throughput 500 Mbps Anti-malware throughput 500 Mbps IPS throughput 1.1 Gbps IMIX throughput 900 Mbps Max DPI connections 125, 000 New connections/sec 12, 000
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    TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS is one of the pioneer end - to - end Networking & IT solution providers, with particular focus on Internetworking, Networking & Data Solutions, Internet Security Solutions, IT Infrastructure, and Security Solutions.  We provide IT Networking Solutions targeting high performance, connectivity and internetworking products, such as STRUCTURED CABLING, SERVERS, ROUTERS, SWITHCES, FIREWALLS, SOFTWARES, ACCESS CONTROLS and any kind of IT NETWORKING REQUIREMENTS.  We deal with Various Brands like CISCO, NETGEAR, JUNIPER, CYBEROAM, SONICWALL, FORTINET, AMP, DLINK, DIGILINK, DIGISOL, SYMANTEC, QUICKHEAL, KASPERSKY, MCAFEE, MICROSOFT, HP, IBM,  We provides top class IT services to business customers, specialized in design, installation and support for all types of Data, Network Security, Wireless and voice.  We depends on its technically advanced next generation infrastructure to deliver best in class customer-aware and lifestyle-enhancing products and services that anticipate customer's needs.  We delivers the right products and services at the right time - helping customers to simplify their lives.  We can design, deploy and upgrade networks of any bandwidth that meets your needs today, tomorrow and in the future. We concentrate our initiatives in bringing Information Technology solutions to the forefront of our existence to become a leading solutions provider. We are prioritized our service and product offerings to the following categories: o Networking Solutions from design to implementation o State-of the-art and high quality Networking Hardware and Software products o Data/voice and fiber optics cabling projects. o Comprehensive AMC (Annual Maintenance Contract) supported by highly qualified engineers comprising expertise with various technologies o In addition, we can provide other allied services such as Training, Recruitment and Consultancy, on a case-to-case basis. TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS provides a wide range of services that covers your entire span of IT requirements… Networking Services: o Network Management & Data Solutions  IT Networking Requirements  LAN & WAN Solutions  Routing Solutions  Switching Solutions  WAN Monitoring  Wireless Connectivity Solutions(Access Points)  Data Support(Configuring Switches and Routers)  VPN Support  Network Infrastructure Support  Detect, Diagnose and Resolve Networks o Managed Security Solutions  Firewall Solutions  Unified Threat Management (UTM)  Email Protection  End Point Security  Management, Monitoring and Reporting  Corporate Anti-Virus Solutions o Managed Server Solutions  Security (Physical and Network)  Recovery (Backups and Data Restoration)  Database Care (for all platforms)  Storage (dedicated Storage Area Networks with mirrored arrays)  High-Availability Clustering  Multi-site Redundancy; Multi-Master Replication o Structured Cabling Solutions  Cabling infrastructure  Structured Cabling  Network Design & Implementation o Networking Products Sales & Support  Routers  Switches  Firewalls  Racks  Networking Cables  Desktops & Servers  Software’s  Corporate Anti-Virus System & Hardware Services:  Hardware Maintenance.  Windows Server Upgrades.  Software Support.  Printer Support.  System Upgrades.  Disaster Recovery Planning.  Preventive Maintenance.  Relocation Services.
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    Contact: TECHSMART IT SOLUTIONS - (99491 97311) www.techsmartitsolutions.com mohammad@techsmartitsolutions.com Firewall we deal with: Cyberoam Sonicwall Fortinet Cisco Firewalls are computer security systems that protect your office/home PCs or your network from intruders, hackers & malicious code. Firewalls protect you from offensive software that may come to reside on your systems or from prying hackers. In a day and age when online security concerns are the top priority of the computer users, Firewalls provide you with the necessary safety and protection. Firewalls are software programs or hardware devices that filter the traffic that flows into you PC or your network through a internet connection. They sift through the data flow & block that which they deem (based on how & for what you have tuned the firewall) harmful to your network or computer system. When connected to the internet, even a standalone PC or a network of interconnected computers make easy targets for malicious software & unscrupulous hackers. A firewall can offer the security that makes you less vulnerable and also protect your data from being compromised or your computers being taken hostage. Firewalls are setup at every connection to the Internet, therefore subjecting all data flow to careful monitoring. Firewalls can also be tuned to follow "rules". These Rules are simply security rules that can be set up by yourself or by the network administrators to allow traffic to their web servers, FTP servers, Telnet servers, thereby giving the computer owners/administrators immense control over the traffic that flows in & out of their systems or networks. Rules will decide who can connect to the internet, what kind of connections can be made, which or what kind of files can be transmitted in out. Basically all traffic in & out can be watched and controlled thus giving the firewall installer a high level of security & protection. A firewall is a network security system, either hardware- or software-based, that uses rules to control incoming and outgoing network traffic. A firewall acts as a barrier between a trusted network and and an untrusted network. A firewall controls access to the resources of a network through a positive control model. This means that the only traffic allowed onto the network is defined in the firewall policy; all other traffic is denied. A firewall is a network security system designed to prevent unauthorized access to or from a private network. Firewalls can be implemented in both hardware and software, or a combination of both. Network firewalls are frequently used to prevent unauthorized Internet users from accessing private networks connected to the Internet, especially intranets. All messages entering or leaving the intranet pass through the firewall, which examines each message and blocks those that do not meet the specified security criteria. Packet firewalls The earliest firewalls functioned as packet filters, inspecting the packets that are transferred between computers on the Internet. When a packet passes through a packet-filter firewall, its source and destination address, protocol, and destination port number are checked against the firewall's rule set. Any packets that aren't specifically allowed onto the network are dropped (i.e., not forwarded to their destination). For example, if a firewall is configured with a rule to block Telnet access, then the firewall will drop packets destined for TCP port number 23, the port where a Telnet server application would be listening. Packet-filter firewalls work mainly on the first three layers of the OSI reference model (physical, data-link and network), although the transport layer is used to obtain the source and destination port numbers. While generally fast and efficient, they have no ability to tell whether a packet is part of an existing stream of traffic. Because they treat each packet in isolation, this makes them vulnerable to spoofing attacks and also limits their ability to make more complex decisions based on what stage communications between hosts are at. Stateful firewalls In order to recognize a packet's connection state, a firewall needs to record all connections passing through it to ensure it has enough information to assess whether a packet is the start of a new connection, a part of an existing connection, or not part of any connection. This is what's called "stateful packet inspection." Stateful inspection was first introduced in 1994 by Check Point Software in its FireWall-1 software firewall, and by the late 1990s, it was a common firewall product feature. This additional information can be used to grant or reject access based on the packet's history in the state table, and to speed up packet processing; that way, packets that are part of an existing connection based on the firewall's state table can be allowed through without further analysis. If a packet does not match an existing connection, it's evaluated according to the rule set for new connections. Application-layer firewalls As attacks against Web servers became more common, so too did the need for a firewall that could protect servers and the applications running on them, not merely the network resources behind them. Application-layer firewall technology first emerged in 1999, enabling firewalls to inspect and filter packets on any OSI layer up to the application layer. The key benefit of application-layer filtering is the ability to block specific content, such as known malware or certain websites, and recognize when certain applications and protocols -- such as HTTP, FTP and DNS -- are being misused. Firewall technology is now incorporated into a variety of devices; many routers that pass data between networks contain firewall components and most home computer operating systems include software-based firewalls. Many hardware-based firewalls also provide additional functionality like basic routing to the internal network they protect. Firewalls in the perimeterless age The role of a firewall is to prevent malicious traffic reaching the resources that it is protecting. Some security experts feel this is an outdated approach to keeping information and the resources it resides on safe. They argue that while firewalls still have a role to play, modern networks have so many entry points and different types of users that stronger access control and security at the host is a better technological approach to network security. Virtualization strategies such as virtual desktop infrastructure can dynamically respond to different scenarios by offering tailored access control to applications, files, Web content and email attachments based on the user's role, location, device and connection. This approach to security does provide additional protection that a firewall can't, but information security requires defense-in-depth, and firewalls still offer essential low-level protection as well as important logging and auditing functions.
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