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NetGear SXRN3205 ProSafe Wireless-N VPN Firewall - Dual Band

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PostPosted: Oct 09, 2008   Topic Views : 29656   Post subject: NetGear SXRN3205 ProSafe Wireless-N VPN Firewall - Dual Band Reply with quote

NetGear SXRN3205 ProSafe Wireless-N Virtual Private Network (VPN) Firewall, It is the first to combine dual band 5.0/2.4GHz Wireless-N with SSL and IPsec VPN. It is designed for small businesses that require increased wireless performance and high security. The company has integrated its Dual WAN Gigabit SSL VPN firewall with a dual-band Wireless-N access point, which is also backwards compatible with 802.11g on the 2.4GHz band.


NetGear SXRN3205 ProSafe WirelessN VPN Firewall  Dual Band


The platform supports up to five Secure Socket Layer tunnels and five IP Security tunnels simultaneously, offering secure remote connections for 25 user applications. The SSL tunnels allow remote access to data without needing to install a software client, and offer automatic cache cleanup after a session has ended.

IPsec tunnels connect site-to-site offices and offer legacy, client-based remote access. The Firewall features denial-of-service (DoS) attack protection, stateful packet inspection (SPI), URL keyword filtering, SYSLOG support, and e-mail reporting.

Dual band support will keep offices connected through equipment transition from the older 802.11g/b standard to Wireless-N, which is claimed to offer up to fifteen times the speed and ten times the coverage area. The SXRN3205 ProSafe Wireless-N firewall is available now for a suggested price of $485.
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PostPosted: Nov 29, 2008     Post subject: Reply with quote

D-Link router is much better this
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PostPosted: Aug 26, 2009     Post subject: Reply with quote

gorgeouse post i liked it so much coool
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PostPosted: Nov 04, 2011     Post subject: Reply with quote

with that you're sure to get 50 kbps with that
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PostPosted: Nov 04, 2011     Post subject: Reply with quote

boldpisces wrote:
D-Link router is much better this


Actually that router he is showing is better cause most people that have that get 50 megs
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