Ubiquiti UniFi Security Gateway Firewall

Ubiquiti USG UniFi Security Gateway Enterprise Gateway Router with Gigabit Ethernet

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Product Overview The Ubiquiti UniFi Security Gateway (USG) extends the UniFi Enterprise System to provide cost-effective, the USG is designed to take the place at the edge of your network and provide reliable routing and advanced security for your network. Cable of providing routing at 1 million packets per second whilst integrating with the Unifi Controller (v4) to give a seamless and easy to use interface, A CLI is available for advance users. The USG supports 3 gigabit Interfaces for LAN/WAN and Voip connections (Voip Port is non operation until a firmware update is released.

Integration with UniFi Controller V4 Bundled at no extra charge, the UniFi Controller software conducts device discovery, provisioning, and management of the UniFi Security Gateway and other UniFi devices through a single, centralized interface. The Unifi Controller must be installed separately on a different Machine to manage the UniFi Security Gateway . We can also offer the Unifi controller in a neat hardware solution providing always on access with the need to load it onto your computing device, you can find our Hardware Controller here.
Features Powerful Firewall Performance The UniFi Security Gateway offers advanced firewall policies to protect your network and its data straight out the box.

Convenient VLAN Support The UniFi Security Gateway can create virtual network segments for security and network traffic management.

VPN Server for Secure Communications A site-to-site VPN secures and encrypts private data communications traveling over the Internet.

QoS for Enterprise VoIP Top QoS priority is assigned to voice/video call traffic for clear calls and lag-free, video streaming.


Specifications:-
• Dimensions: 135x135x28.3mm.
• Weight: 366g
• Networking Interface: 3 x 10/100/100 Ethernet Ports (Voip port disabled and reserved for future use) & 1x RJ45 Serial Port
• Processor: Dual-Core 500Mhz, MIPS64
• Power Method: 9 to 24VDC, Supported Voltage Range
• Power Supply: 12VDC, 1A Power Adapter (Included)
• Maximum Power Consumption: 7W
• Wall Mountable: Yes
• Certifications: CE, FCC, IC
• Operating Temperature: -10 to 45 C
• Layer 3 Forwarding Performance:
• Packet Size: 64 Bytes: 1,000,000 pps
• Packet Size: 512 Bytes or Larger: 3 Gbps (Line Rate)
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
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Telephone:
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