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The GB-2600

Our Newest Firewall

Introducing our most powerful firewall UTM appliance - the GB-2600 UTM firewall. The new firewall appliance is powered by a 3.5 Ghz Intel i3 Dual Core CPU, with 4GB of RAM, 8GB static memory storage and provides 6 fully configurable gigabit network interfaces with the option of adding multiple 10G network interfaces. Enhanced Virtual Private Networking with hardware acceleration is standard on the GB-2600.

IPv6 Support

IPv6 is an internet protocol, the future of IP addresses that will replace the current IPv4 addresses. IPv6 addresses are 128-bit numbers, divided into eight, 16-bit hexadecimal blocks separated by colons. IPv4 addresses are 32-bit numbers with about 4.3 billion possible addresses. In contrast, IPv6 addresses are 128-bit numbers with approximately 340 undecillion (1036) possible addresses.

GTA firewalls provide three secure remote access methods: IPsec VPN, SSL VPN and SSL Browser. This provides users with the flexibility to remotely access an organization's resources by a method that best suits their needs; be it at home on a desktop or on the go with a smart phone. Each VPN license supports all three remote access methods simultaneously.

GB-OS has standard UTM features which can be augmented with subscription options that enhance the firewall capabilities. Web Content Filtering to control and manage user web access, Mail Proxy Anti-Spam/Anti-Virus to take charge of your email and Intrusion Prevention System updates to stay on top of new threats.

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Our Turn-key Firewall Operating System.

All GTA firewall systems are powered by GB-OS, an original turn-key firewall operating system. GB-OS is a totally self-contained solution that integrates an operating system with innovative hybrid UTM firewall technology into a single high performance, compact system.
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