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February 2007

Unified threat management: Fortinet's FortiGate 3600A

UNIFIED THREAT MANAGEMENT FortiGate 3600A REVIEWED BY SANDRA KAY MILLER Fortinet Price: Starts at $32,995 @exb @exe The FortiGate 3600A rolls eight homegrown security services--firewall, IPsec and SSL VPNs, IPS, traffic shaping, antivirus, antispam and Web filtering--into one high-availability appliance built for speed. It's a good choice for publicly facing data centers and managed service providers, with enterprise-class features such as redundant power supplies, dual-core processing, the new FortiASIC Content Processor-6, AMC network adapter expansion slots, two accelerated gigabit SFP ports and eight 10/100/1000 copper gigabit ports. Configuration/ManagementB-   The 3600A can be deployed as a gateway between the Internet and private network (NAT/route mode), or on a single subnet invisible to the rest of the network (transparent mode). We chose NAT mode in order to include multiple subnets. Using the quick-start guide, we planned our network configuration and connected to the Web-based manager in minutes. The interface is ...

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