A full set of self-serve security filters will minimize your network’s exposure to the vulnerabilities of the Internet.
To ensure the integrity and security of your data, all services transitioning the Internet will have the following functionality included at no additional costs.
Ease of control and implementation
Point-and-click functional rule sets for ease of policy setting and adherence. Logically and securely connect between gateways and organizational resources using encrypted tunneling (VPNs).
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
DHCP automates IP address assignment to virtual machines connected to organization virtual networks. You can configure and manage IP address ranges and lease parameters for each of the organization virtual networks connected to the enhanced networking services gateway.
Network Address Translation (NAT)
NAT modifies the source/destination IP addresses of packets arriving to and leaving from the enhanced networking services gateway.
Rules can be added to the Firewall to allow or deny specific network traffic. The order of these rules can be changed by selecting one or more rules, dragging and dropping them at the desired location in the list.
Routes allow traffic between networks.
Virtual Private Networks
IPSec Virtual Private Network (VPN) service helps you create secure VPNs between gateways. Site-to-Site VPN can be configured between the enhanced networking services gateways, across organizations and even to third party VPN gateways.
- Virtual Servers – Highly scalable and available servers built on a cluster of real servers called members. The architecture of server cluster is fully transparent, and users interact with the cluster system as if it were only a single high-performance virtual server.
- Pools – A construct used to manage and share the backend member instances more flexibly and efficiently. A pool manages its backend members, health-check monitors and load balancer distribution method.