Model number: 01-SSC-6132
The NSA E5500 delivers high-speed full deep packet inspection performance, deployment flexibility and a suite of high availability features.
Next-Generation Firewall Protection.
State-of-the-art network security is achieved by combining deep packet inspection firewalling with intrusion prevention and application control to defend your network from the latest network and application based threats.
Dell SonicWALL provides real-time insight and control of network traffic broken down by applications, users and content through intuitive on-board visualization. The ability to prioritize important applications, throttle down unproductive applications and block unwanted application components ensures an efficient and safe network.
The WAN Acceleration Appliance (WXA) Series provides WAN Acceleration to reduce application latency, conserve bandwidth and significantly optimize WAN performance. The WXA Series appliances are provisioned, managed and controlled by existing Dell SonicWALL E-Class Network Security Appliance (NSA), NSA and TZ Series appliances for optimal ease of use and simplified deployment.
Tightly integrated, signature based network intrusion prevention protects against a comprehensive array of network and application layer threats by scanning packet payloads for attacks and exploits targeting critical internal systems.
Virtual Private Networking.
High-performance Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) easily scale to thousands of end points and branch offices. And Dell SonicWALL Clean VPN™ technology protects the integrity of both your IPSec and SSL VPN traffic, securing your remote access tunnels and decontaminating the traffic running over it.
Dell SonicWALL’s patented Reassembly-Free Deep Packet Inspection engine combined with the E5500’s 8 core security platform is capable of inspecting hundreds of thousands of connections simultaneously across all ports. With nearly zero latency and without file size limitations, the system provides high speed deep packet inspection across 8 GbE copper interfaces.