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Juniper Networks' Netscreen-5GT Wireless Juniper Networks Price: Starts at $940 @exb Juniper Networks' Netscreen-5GT Wireless @exe Juniper Networks' NetScreen-5GT Wireless device packs a lot of security into an affordable, highly configurable package for SMBs and branch offices. Despite somewhat difficult installation/configuration and weak documentation, this device is a steal at less than $1,000. The 5GT Wireless bundles a stateful deep-packet inspection firewall, IPSec VPN and AV into a wireless access point. It supports up to four WLANs, each of which can employ different encryption and authentication methodologies. The device supports a wide range of security protocols, including WEP, WPA (both AES and TKIP) and IPSec, and an equally impressive collection of authentication methods--EAP (TLS, TTLS and PEAP), PSK, LDAP, RADIUS, RSA, SecureID and LDAP. The 5GT Wireless provides firewall protection, including NAT, through five 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports and an ADSL port. The device can be administered through a graphical Web interface, command line, console... Access >>>
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