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Q:

What is the VPN throughput?

by A***e on 01/10/2022

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It is the amount of data the VPN tunnel will allow. When you connect to the VPN, it tells you the speeds you will get, even if your home internet speed is higher.

by E***h on 01/13/2022

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Does this support many-to-one NAT for the wan port?

by R***s on 01/04/2022

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This gateway is a standard NAT device that can translate your one static public IP to many internal Class A, B, or C IPs. It also supports IPSEC between routers for interoffice links. VPN Server built-in ( L2TP and PPTP).

by FS.COM on 01/06/2022

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I wanted to design a secure VPN server environment to be deployed between our corporate headquarters and their state offices. I need recommendations for an appliance that can establish a full-time hardware VPN to all field offices and a software VPN connection from headquarters to staff operating remotely via laptops. What model of the gateway should I consider?

by D***y on 01/04/2022

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Our three gateways are all very suitable; It has IPSec, PPTP, L2TP, and SSL VPN, and other highly secure VPN; you can decide according to the number of ports you need if you only need a Gigabit electrical port can recommend SG-3110; if you need 1G SFP optical port, can recommend SG-5105 and SG-5110 if you need 10G SFP + optical port can recommend SG-5110.

by FS.COM on 01/05/2022

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Can this be used as a vpn client router? xbox one -> vpn client inside router -> vpn service provider -> target is what I want to do.

by H***e on 12/30/2021

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Yes, (as long as your service provider is compatible). This model supports PPTP VPN and IPsec VPN, so it should work as an end termination point for that, but it will require you to configure it.

by A***n on 01/02/2022

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Q:

What is the maximum WAN speed per port?

by T***e on 12/15/2021

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The WAN link is a gigabit interface, so it essentially depends on the maximum speed that the Internet service provider can provide.

by J***r on 12/17/2021

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Are the VPN tunnels (IPSec & PPTP) LAN-to-LAN (2 VPN routers) or clients accessing the remote network?

by V***s on 12/14/2021

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IPSec is LAN to LAN (two routers needed). PPTP is client to server (router is PPTP server).

by M***y on 12/16/2021

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Q:

Does this product support DNS Relay?

by K***r on 12/03/2021

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Our SG-5110 gateway can support this function. Clients send DNS requests to a DNS resolver, which forwards the requests to a remote DNS server.

by A***n on 12/04/2021

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Q:

I am looking for 2G RAM / with 2 Port 10G SFP+ Expansion Card gateway, any recommendations?

by T***d on 12/02/2021

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I can recommend SG-5110 gateway which supports 1 1G SFP and 1 10G SFP+ port with 2G RAM, although the ports are a bit different, but it can meet your basic needs.

by A***s on 12/04/2021

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Q:

Where do you think this gateway is better to use?

by A***s on 11/27/2021

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Minimal network architecture impacts, friendly interfaces, transparency for users, easy maintenance and upgrade.

by J***n on 11/28/2021

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Q:

Can PoE power be turned on/off on a schedule per port? I would like to turn specific APs on and off on a schedule.

by D***l on 11/25/2021

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This device does not support defining the opening or closing of ports based on time.

by FS.COM on 11/26/2021

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