[THIN] Re: OT: Firewall Upgrade Question

We are a Managed Network Service Provider that has standardized on
Sonicwall for our core infrastructure in providing managed security
services to our clients.  We provide our service to banks, hospitals,
law practices, etc... with multiple offices and many different user
ranges.  I would certainly recommend the Sonicwall solution over
Watchguard, Netscreen, Nokia or Cisco for price and functionality.  Feel
free to contact me if you need any additional information on Sonicwall

 

Lee Owens

Director - Security Solutions

AppLevel Limited / iManage Solutions

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Sent: Tuesday, January 09, 2007 7:14 AM
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [THIN] OT: Firewall Upgrade Question

 

Greetings All,

 

We are currently in a position of being able to upgrade our Firewall -
at the moment we are using a very antiquated version of Checkpoint (NG55
with application intelligence on a Nokia box- if I recall correctly)

 

Our main suppliers are touting solutions like Sonicwall & Watchguard at
us... but being as IT-inept as I am (opinions vary!) I don't really know
how to separate the wheat from the chaff...

 

Anyone have any real life experience with a solid out of the box product
please? What would you recommend?

 

FYI. Our firewall needs are rather meagre, we have less then 120 users,
of which only around 25 are remote users...and we would require some
site-to-site VPN functionality... but that is about it!! 

 

 

Much obliged.

 

Jaime

 

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