WatchGuard Firebox M200 Network Security/Firewall ApplianceNetwork Security
8 Port - 1000Base-T Gigabit Ethernet - DES, 3DES, AES (128-bit), AES (192-bit), AES (256-bit), SHA-1, SHA-2, MD5 - USB - 8 x RJ-45 - Manageable - Power Supply - 1U - Rack-mountable - View Complete Details
Product Number: SYNX4178627
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WatchGuard Firebox M200 Network Security/Firewall Appliance - Because smaller companies are generally less protected and easier to break into, small business has become the new big target for cyber attacks. The Firebox M200 and M300 firewalls are specifically engineered to defend all types of small businesses against attacks that are no less fierce than those targeting larger organizations.
Firebox M200 and M300 Unified Threat Management (UTM) solutions are up to 218 percent faster than competing products with all security layers turned on, and up to 385 percent faster performing HTTPS inspection, ensuring businesses never have to compromise network security for performance.
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