Manufacturer: Juniper Network
MPN : SRX100H
Product Series SRX
Product Model SRX100
Type : Router
Product Name SRX100 Services Gateway
The Juniper Networks SRX100 Services Gateways for the branch joins Juniper Networks SRX Series for the high end, to provide a single Juniper Networks JUNOS Software-based portfolio of unprecedented scale. With JUNOS, enterprises and service providers can lower deployment and operational costs across their entire distributed workforce. It provides essential capabilities that connect, secure, and manage work force locations sized from handfuls to hundreds of users. By consolidating fast, highly available switching, routing, security, and applications capabilities in a single device, enterprises can economically deliver new services, safe connectivity, and a satisfying end user experience.
Total Number of Ports 8
Management Port Yes
Number of Network (RJ-45) Ports 8
Number of Serial Ports 1
NETWORK & COMMUNICATION:
Network Technology 10/100Base-TX
Ethernet Technology Fast Ethernet
MANAGEMENT & PROTOCOLS:
Security Features IPsec NAT traversal
Intrusion prevention system
Unified Access Control
Denial of service
Distributed denial of service
Anomaly based protection
Prevent replay attack
Network attack detection
TCP reassembly for fragmented packet protection
Brute force attack mitigation
SYN cookie protection
Zone-based IP spoofing
Malformed packet protection
Stateful protocol signatures
Standard Memory 1 GB
Memory Technology DRAM
Flash Memory 1 GB
Input Voltage 110 V AC
Input Voltage 220 V AC
Power Source Power Supply
Compatible Rack Unit 1U
Form Factor Rack-mountable
Weight (Approximate) 2.50 lb
Additional Information Firewall performance (large packets): 650 Mbps
Firewall performance (IMIX): 200 Mbps
Firewall + routing PPS (64 Byte): 75 Kpps
AES256+SHA-1/3DES+SHA-1 VPN performance: 65 Mbps
IPsec VPN tunnels: 128
Antivirus: 25 Mbps
Connections per second: 2,000
Maximum security policies: 384
Concurrent VPN tunnels: 128
Tunnel interfaces: 10
Maximum number of security zones: 10
Maximum number of virtual routers: 3
Maximum number of VLANs: 16.
A proper network security appliance is able to provide you with threat defense, new malware protection, insightful reporting, application control, and more in one solution.
With organizations getting more and more reliant on software for automation and streamlining operations, users are getting strong emotional attachments to their vendors and applications. Advanced level appliances are thus needed to maintain the relationship between you, as an end-user, and the vendors.
Security appliances can be defined as any server appliance form that is created for the protection of your computer networks from undesired traffic. There are various types of security appliances in the market. Some of them include:
- Preventative devices: These scan networks and recognize probable security issues like vulnerability assessment appliances and penetration testing.
- Passive devices: Sense and reports undesired traffic. An example is intrusion detection appliances.
- Unified Threat Management (UTM): Appliances bring together features making one system like content filtering, some firewalls, and web caching.
- Active devices: These block undesired traffic. Examples of such are anti-virus scanning devices, content filtering devices, and firewalls.
There is a wide variety of appliances in the market which address most of the security concerns out there. The challenge is that all vendors claim they are able to achieve what your security requirements are. The preference is that this is done via wireless connection.
It would be great if the claims are determined to a particular degree by an independent body. The body would conduct benchmark tests to guarantee your safety is making some assumptions.
Efficiency of Security Appliances
A massive amount of code is employed in the creation of security appliances like IPS or IDS. Buffer overflows probability against a product management interface (management module) like this one is very high. Purchasing a product like this is essential in the hostile and complex computer environment of today.
You need to be aware of the existence of exploitable problems linked with a snort. Snort is the leading Open Source Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) around the globe. It utilizes a string of rules that aid in the definition of malicious activity on the network. It then uses the rules to locate packets matching against the activities and generates you, as the user, alerts.
Snort may be positioned inline to break off these packets. It has three main uses: Like a packet sniffer such as tcpdump, like a complete network intrusion prevention system, or like a packet logger essential in debugging network traffic. You can download snort and configure it for your business or personal use.
VPN in Security Appliances
A VPN device is a network appliance fitted with advanced security features. VPN appliance, also referred to as Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), is effectively a router offering you firewall protection, authorization, load balancing, and encryption for Virtual Private Networks.
It is a network device that uses a public telecommunication framework like the internet to offer individual users or remote offices secured proprietary data access. One of the commonly used conventions for the management of message transmission security on the internet is SSL. An ideal VPN device should provide multi-platform functionality and central management. It should also be compatible with all crucial network applications.
In networking, a network license facilitates many users on one particular TCP/IP network to have shared access to product licenses. The installed Network License Manager (NLM) controls the issuance of licenses to users.
On starting an Autodesk product, you are required to have a license from the license server via the network. If you have a license, NLM will allocate the computer and user starting the program a license. One thus decreases the number of licenses available on the server by one.