SOHO 250/SOHO 250W
Next Generation Firewall
The SonicWall TZ series offers integrated security solutions that cater to the needs of small to mid-size organizations and distributed enterprises. With a combination of high-speed threat prevention, software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) technology, networking and wireless features, simplified deployment, and centralized management, the TZ series ensures comprehensive security while keeping total ownership costs low. It’s an all-in-one solution that meets all requirements efficiently.
Single-pass inspection: A single-pass DPI architecture simultaneously scans for malware, intrusions and application identification, drastically reducing DPI latency and ensuring that all threat information is correlated in a single architecture.
Highly parallel and scalable: The unique design of the RFDPI engine works with the multi-core architecture to provide high DPI throughput and extremely high new session establishment rates to deal with traffic spikes in demanding networks.
Bi-directional inspection: Scans for threats in both inbound and outbound traffic simultaneously to ensure that the network is not used to distribute malware and does not become a launch platform for attacks in case an infected machine is brought inside.
Secure SD-WAN: An alternative to more expensive technologies such as MPLS, Secure SD-WAN enables distributed enterprise organizations to build, operate and manage secure, high-performance networks across remote sites for the purpose of sharing data, applications and services using readily-available, low-cost public internet services.
Biometric authentication: Supports mobile device authentication such as fingerprint recognition that cannot be easily duplicated or shared to securely authenticate the user identity for network access.
Open authentication and social login: Enable guest users to use their credentials from social networking services such as Facebook, Twitter, or Google+ to sign in and access the Internet and other guest services through a host’s wireless, LAN or DMZ zones using passthrough authentication.