ZyXEL ZyWALL USG 50 - Cortafuegos (180 Mbit/s, 90 Mbit/s, 10 usuario(s), Alámbrico, Ethernet (RJ-45), IEEE 802.11b/g/n)
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- Descripción del producto: ZyXEL zywall USG 50
- Velocidad del cortafuegos: 180 MB/s
- Velocidad del VPN: 90 MB/s
- Número de usuarios: 10 usuario (S)
- Conectividad: con cables
- Puerto WAN: RJ-45 (Ethernet)
- Protocolos de red compatibles: IEEE 802.11b/g/n
- Algoritmo de seguridad apoyado: 3DES, DES
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Descripción del producto
Algoritmos de seguridad soportados: 3DES, DES
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 2
Características de red: Gigabit Ethernet
Certificación: FC, CE, RoHS
Conexión WAN: Ethernet (RJ-45)
Consumo energético: 17 W
DHCP, cliente: Si
DHCP, servidor: Si
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 242 x 167 x 35.5 mm
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) cantidad de puertos: 4
Indicadores LED: Si
Intervalo de temperatura operativa: 0 - 40 °C
LEDs de conectividad: Y
Método de autenticación: SHA-1/MD5
Número de usuarios: 10 usuario(s)
Peso: 1.2 kg
Protocolos de red compatibles: IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Rendimiento VPN: 90 Mbit/s
Requisitos de energía: 100 - 240V AC, 50/60Hz, 1.2A
Salida de firewall: 180 Mbit/s
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
VPN, cantidad de túneles: 5
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Plus dude: features are fantastic. UI is pretty good. CLI is nice if you want it. You REALLY need to spend some time going through all the menu's and getting a feel for all the groups, and categories and all that. Dont change stuff until you go through it all. Like all firewalls, take your time and configure it. All the features I ever needed are there, just took me a bit to go through all of them. I only have one problem and it's minimal, but needs to be noted.
The enclosure/case is REALLY REALLY cheap. The plastic feels like styrofoam or super brittle plastic. I personally don't care because I sit it on a shelf and I will never touch it but they could invest a LITTLE BIT in the case. I would pay an extra $20 to get aluminum or metal or some sort so it's stackable or atleast doesnt feel like it would shatter if it got bumped! I would NOT stack anything near this guy and if you think it might move or be moved often... this thing is NOT rugged!
On the other hand, trying to register it through ZyXEL's procedure doesn't work at all. The process requires visiting portal.myzyxel.com and setting up an account. I did that and received a popup stating, "You will receive an email with instructions on how to confirm your email address in a few minutes." That was yesterday morning.
After waiting about six hours and having clicked on the "Resend Confirmation" link several times, I submitted a request to ZyXEL customer service. Several hours later I received an email response from Miguel, saying, "We check on our system the e-mail address that you provided and still shows unconfirmed. Please check your spam, junk or any other firewall folder on your e-mail that may be preventing you from receiving the confirmation e-mail."
Well, yes, it is unconfirmed because I never received the instructions telling me how to confirm it. And I don't have a spam folder or a junk folder or any other firewall folder that would prevent me from receiving the confirmation email.
Interestingly, I registered two switches with ZyXEL at the same time yesterday. These do not "qualify" for the special myzyxel registration , so I registered them over the web. I immediately received confirmation emails for both of them. I also received Miguel's email. So I wonder why my system would be suspected of trapping the confirmation email for the USG 50.
I did reply to Miguel last night and, not surprisingly, have heard nothing back. In the meantime I have waited over 28 hours for their gimmicky registration process to process my registration.
However, please note this: if you are looking for something that will do content filtering AV inspection of SSL/TLS encrypted traffic, then you should probably look at the next gen models, because this one only supports plaintext protocols. I now see that for just $100 over the price I paid ($550 total - $250 for the USG50 + $299 for the AV/filtering licenses), you can get the USG110 and the purported inspection of SSL/TLS traffic. Perhaps I should have done additional requirements analysis here, but feel a bit miffed since the price diff was minimal. And given the trend for malware and other attacks to increasingly occur over encrypted channels, it just feels pointless to only offer inspection of plaintext protocols. For this, I took a star away from the rating.
Another issue I have is that this is a security device that still has SSLv3 enabled by default on its management interfaces (haven't tested it with the SSL vpn feature though) and with no perceivable way to disable it. I won't opine as to why SSLv3 should not be used any longer (just google it), but I feel compelled to take away a star on my rating for this.
Nonetheless, this little guy is able to keep up with the small office needs in terms of throughput (save for full bore vulnerability scans that have to be appropriately throttled). You aren't going to find a magic bullet for your network security needs. It just doesn't exist. But this is a great layer in your defenses that can't be beat for the price.
Update: it took two debug sessions by the developers but IPv6 is now working. It was a configuration issue but there are multiple documents on-line with conflicting information on how to configure it. Now I will focus on the bandwidth issues. BTW, if I hadn't recycled the packing materials I would have returned this unit. Unfortunately now I am stuck with it.
Update 2: ZyXel is basically walking away from their performance specs., claiming that only getting 1/3 of the modem capacity is normal. I have pointed out to them that that is BS since I have a Trendnet wifi router that delivers full modem speeds when connected via a wire as I had done with the ZyXel. Time to sell the ZyXel on eBay. Very disappointing.