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EnGenius releases the first ESG510 security gateway

EnGenius company releases the first ESG510 security gateway, simplifying network security

EnGenius Technologies (here for more information on the company), has been a world leader in the production of networks and voice communications for over 20 years. Today it released its first line of security gateway products. The crucial first line of defense for corporate networks, offering unprecedented simplicity, increased speed, business functionality, advanced security. And of course, more cloud management from anywhere. The series of security gateways EnGenius (ESG) will consist of three sequential gateway models, starting with the launch of ESG510. The ESG series will work flawlessly with any third-party vendor network, all without the complex setup and configuration that plagues other gateways.

Statements regarding the first ESG510 security gateway

The following are the first statements regarding the first ESG510 security gateway.

We are pleased to announce the launch of our company’s first cloud managed security gateway. Most security gateways are complicated, but the EnGenius security gateway is not. Our goal is to make installations easier and detailed information clearer,

he has declared M. C. Leo, general manager of EnGenius Technologies. Who then added:

The gateway offers the power and feature set to manage any business network of any size. The end result is an end-to-end cloud managed solution that simplifies installation, configuration and monitoring.

Unified management of the new cloud-based ESG510 gateway

The security gateway EnGenius ESG510 offers a complete network solution that puts everything under a single pane of glass. The cloud interface now allows users to view and manage a network where every device (access point, switch and gateway) can be explored for more detailed visibility and options.

High performance with 2.5 Gigabit WAN and LAN ports. The security gateway has two WAN ports and two LANs capable of speeds up to 2.5G, which is more than twice the speed of most gateways on the market today. The gateway not only features high-speed Ethernet connections, but is also designed with a2.5 Gbps high inline architecture for higher uplink and downlink transmissions, including maximum firewall throughput up to 2.35 Gbps.

Uninterrupted connection with WAN and cellular link

Dual WAN ports are capable of load balancing highly efficiently, increasing the overall bandwidth of the WAN. The gateway also has redundant WAN link and cellular failover, automatically switching to a WAN or 3G / 4G / 5G network backup in case of WAN uplink failure.

Secure Site-to-Site and Client VPN. Creating a virtual network for distributed office locations and remote workers couldn’t be simpler. The EnGenius security gateway is equipped with VPN from site to site and client that can be activated in a few clicks without the hassle of configuring all the detailed parameters of the VPN. This important feature allows companies to create secure and private connections for communication and remote work. EnGenius Cloud continuously monitors the VPN connection between EnGenius gateways and will automatically update the related VPN parameters to all peers while maintaining a continuous VPN connection even if the WAN IP address is reassigned or the forwarding port is changed.

Web-based user interface and Cloud-To-Go mobile app

The EnGenius security gateway is easy to set up and implement. The gateway or an end-to-end EnGenius network can be centrally managed from anywhere with the EnGenius cloud user interface or the Cloud To-Go mobile app. Below we will get to know all the technical characteristics of the new ESG510.

EGS510 security gateway features:

  • Simple, unified cloud management for businesses of any size
  • Intuitive and centralized device visibility from anywhere
  • Dual 2.5GbE WAN and dual 2.5GbE LAN for maximum performance
  • 1.6GHz quad core processor for increased speed and power
  • Integrated load balancing and safeguards with dual WAN and cellular failover
  • 2.5 GbE PoE + to power a Wi-Fi 6 AP, IP camera or IP phone
  • Stateful firewall with high efficiency filtering and inspection to improve security
  • Secure, high-speed site-to-site VPN and client VPN
  • Quick setup of VPNs and self-healing VLANs for faster and easier deployments
  • Touchless system maintenance and automatic updates
  • Multimodal passthrough and routing options
  • Captive portal with external ray capability
  • TPM chipset to improve gateway security level

In summary

The EnGenius series of security gateways will offer a incredibly simple setup, smart design and high power to handle high throughput. Customers will also receive automatic updates when fixes and new features become available. Scan. Plug it in. Done.

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