The traditional role of firewalls has changed. Firewalls now do more than protect a corporate network from unauthorized external access. They can also prevent unauthorized users from accessing a particular subnet, workgroup or LAN within a corporate network. FBI statistics indicate that 70 percent of all security problems originate from inside an organization. According to one in five respondents to the FBI's survey, intruders broke into, or tried to break into their corporate networks during the preceding 12 months. And most experts agree that the majority of network break-ins go undetected.
|Temperature||-40F (-40C) to 167F (75C) Non-operating|
|Frequency Band||Item Included: PIX Device Manager for FW Module for Catalyst 6500 (SF-PIX-PDM-2.1) Licensing:No licensing is required for the FWSM Configuration Support:Console to command-line interface (CLI)Telnet to the inside interface of the Cisco PIX FirewallTelnet over IP Security (IPSec) to the outside interface of the Cisco PIX FirewallSecure Shell Protocol (SSH) to CLISecure Sockets Layer (SSL) to Cisco PIX Device Manager AAA Support:Integrates with popular authentication, authorization, and accounting services via TACACS+ and RADIUS support NAT/PAT Support:Provides dynamic/static Network Address Translation (NAT) and Port Address Translation (PAT) Cisco PIX Device Manager (PDM):Simple, intuitive, Web-based GUI supports remote firewall managementWide range of real-time and historical reports providing usage trend, performance baseline, and security event information Access Lists:Up to 128,000 access lists URL Filtering:Uses Websense software to check outgoing URL requests with the policies defined on the server Command Authorization:Allows privilege levels to be assigned to all CLI, and creation of user accounts or login contexts tied to these privilege levels Object Grouping:Ability to group network objects (e.g., hosts) and services (e.g., ftp and http) Protection from DoS:DNS GuardFlood DefenderFlood GuardTCP InterceptUnicast Reverse Path ForwardingMail GuardFragGuard and Virtual Reassembly Routing:Static routesDynamic i.e., Routing Interface Protocol (RIP) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) High Availability:Stateful failover-intra and interchassis Logging:Comprehensive sysloggingFTPURLACL logging|
|Device Type||Firewall Services Module|
|Management||Secure, Triple Data Encryption Standard (3DES)-encrypted network management access|
|Connectivity Media||Not Applicable|
|Weight||3.00 lbs to 5.00 lbs|
|Shipping Weight||14 lb|
|Humidity||10% to 90% Non-condensing|
|Features||H.323 v2|RAS v2|RTSP|SIP|XDMCP|Skinny|RIP|OSPF|ISL|
|Power Consumption||215 W|
|Interfaces/Ports Details||Not Applicable|
|Warranty Information||90 Day|
|System Requirements||Supervisor 2/Multilayer Switch Feature Card 2 (MSFC2) Native Cisco IOS software release 12.1(13)E or higher Hybrid CatOS minimum software release 7.5(1) Occupies one slot in a Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series Switch or Cisco 7600 Series Internet Router Up to four firewall modules in the same chassis|
|Dimensions||1.2" Height x 15.5" Width x 16.3" Depth|
|Product Type||Firewall Services Module|
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