Product Id: 26858899
Description: Check Point 12600 Appliance Next Generation Firewall - Security appliance - 12 ports - GigE - 2U - rack-mountable
Mfr Part #: CPAP-SG12600-NGFW
With high security software blades performance and great scalability, the 12600 appliance is a datacenter-grade platform offering advanced redundancy and modularity. In addition to two onboard 1 Gigabit copper Ethernet ports, three available expansion slots can be used to configure a variety of network options such as 1 Gigabit Ethernet copper, 1 Gigabit Ethernet fiber, and 10 Gigabit Ethernet fiber connections.
- Data-center grade appliance optimized for multiple software blades performance
- All-inclusive security appliance
- Simplifies administration with a single integrated management console
- Ensures data security for remote access and site-to-site communications
Until today security appliance selection has been based upon selecting specific performance measurements for each security function, usually under optimal lab testing conditions and using a security policy that has one rule. Today customers can select security appliances by their SecurityPower ratings which are based on real-world customer traffic, multiple security functions and a typical security policy.
- Business continuity, reliability and extensibility
The Check Point 12600 appliance delivers business continuity and serviceability through features such as hot-swappable redundant power supplies, hot-swappable redundant hard disk drives (RAID) and an advanced LOM card for out-of-band management. Combined together, these features ensure a greater degree of business continuity and serviceability when these appliances are deployed in the customer's networks.
- Remote access connectivity for mobile devices
Each appliance arrives with mobile access connectivity for 5 users, using the mobile access blade.
- Remote platform management and monitoring
A Lights-Out-Management (LOM) card provides out-of-band remote management to remotely diagnose, start, restart and manage the appliance from a remote location. Administrators can also use the LOM web interface to remotely install an OS image from an ISO file.