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Sophos UTM Extensions
In addition to the award winning unified threat management system, Sophos offers a number of tools that work with the firewall providing a more robust and easy to use solution, for remote offices, wireless guest access and more.
The RED (Remote Ethernet Device) is the easiest and most affordable way to secure your branch offices. You can centrally configure it via an Sophos UTM located at your headquarter which automatically distributes the configuration to the the RED appliance. By forwarding all traffic to the central Sophos UTM, the RED provides complete UTM security even for your smallest remote or home office. Read More ->
Remote access to corporate network data from any location at any time is a necessity for mobile or home workers in many businesses. However, setting up these clients on individual PCs often becomes a huge administrative burden. The VPN clients offer secure and flexible remote access for any type of network environment and operating system with minimal administrative effort. Read More ->
Sophos Access Points
Deploying the Astaro/Sophos access points AP 10 and AP 30 is the easiest and most cost-effective way to secure your wireless networks. You can centrally manage them via an Astaro/Sophos UTM, which acts as a wireless controller. The access points are configuration-less, meaning that the intelligence in the access points have been minimized and centralized in the wireless controller instead. Through this approach, the total cost of ownership of a wireless LAN can be reduced significantly, because of less expensive upgrades and easy migration paths for future technology. Read More ->
The Smart Installer is a special USB device that contains a unique chip which allows emulation of a USB CD-ROM. With it you can place the latest version of an Astaro image on an Astaro Gateway, if for example the installation is many updates or major versions behind. This saves the long process of applying many updates or moving across major versions all at once. Read More ->