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This article is part of the April 2008 issue of Security Readers' Choice Awards 2008
FIREWALL Netgear FVS336G ProSafe Dual WAN Gigabit Firewall REVIEWED BY JOEL SNYDER Netgear Price: $425 The latest ProSafe series firewall brings together nearly everything Netgear offers in the security space, including firewall, IPsec and SSL VPN, neatly packaged into a small-office friendly device, with no fan and an internal power supply. For deployments needing a minimum of security rules, the FVS336G offers broad features at an attractive price. Ease of Use A- Netgear's ProSafe user interface has been honed from years of development in more than a dozen products, making basic setup and configuration of the FVS336G very easy. Our starting configuration took less than 10 minutes, and almost everything we tried was easy to understand and quick to do. For example, we wanted to test the dual-WAN capability of the FVS336G; Netgear provides two ways of using two WAN interfaces, load balancing and failover. Each option worked fine, and the user interface was intuitive. We also had a good user experience in testing the SSL VPN client (up to 10 simultaneous ... Access >>>
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