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Juniper Networks NetScreen-5GT ADSL
The Juniper Networks NetScreen-5GT ADSL adds ADSL con- nectivity to existing Ethernet connectivity, eliminating the need for an external ADSL modem. It provides a cost effec- tive security and ADSL routing platform, with the same key security applications, routing protocols and resiliency features found in the Ethernet-based platforms, to help ensure network resources are not compromised.
The Juniper Networks NetScreen-5GT Series is a family of three feature-rich, enterprise-class network security solutions. They are ideally suited for securing remote of ces, retail outlets and broadband telecommuter environments, where IT staff support is minimal and ease of con guration and management is crucial. The NetScreen-5GT Series integrates key security applications, routing protocols and resiliency features to provide IT managers a cost effective appliance that is easy to deploy and manage. All NetScreen-5GT Series offerings described below come standard with the following features:
• Security: Use the Stateful and Deep Inspection rewall, DoS protection and embedded antivirus to stop network and application level attacks and defend against the propagation of worms and viruses. Prevent users from transmitting private or corporate data, via Phishing and Spyware attacks, with integrated or re-direct web ltering options.
• Network integration: Support for key routing protocols, such as BGP, OSPF, RIPv1/2 and ECMP along with NAT, Route and Transparent Layer 2 operation helps facilitate network integration.
• Resiliency: Dial-backup or dual Ethernet ports, along with route-based VPNs provide redundancy when network connectivity is business critical. Dual WAN ports can also be used to share traf c load.
• Port Flexibility: Almost every network deployment scenario can be accommodated without a hardware upgrade through ve con gurable Ethernet interfaces. Administrators can enable switching, dual WAN ports, a dedicated DMZ or any combination thereof through a set of six prede ned interface layouts called Port Modes.