There are several categories of routers currently available for network infrastructure for Rent/Lease from us.
Wired routers provide network connectivity through wired connections, typically using Ethernet cables. They offer reliable and secure connectivity for devices within a local area network (LAN).
Wireless routers enable wireless network connectivity by broadcasting a Wi-Fi signal. They allow devices to connect to the network without the need for physical cables, providing flexibility and convenience.
Mesh routers consist of multiple devices that work together to create a mesh network. They improve Wi-Fi coverage in larger areas or environments with multiple floors by eliminating dead zones and ensuring seamless connectivity.
VPN (Virtual Private Network) routers have built-in support for VPN protocols. They allow secure remote access to a private network over the internet, ensuring encrypted communication between remote users and the network.
Dual-Band and Tri-Band Routers
Dual-band routers operate on both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands, offering flexibility in connecting devices. Tri-band routers go a step further by providing two 5 GHz bands, reducing network congestion and improving performance in high-density environments.
Gigabit routers support data transfer rates up to 1 Gbps (Gigabit per second), enabling faster network speeds and efficient handling of bandwidth-intensive applications.
Edge routers are used at the edge of a network, connecting an organization’s internal network to external networks or the internet. They typically offer advanced routing features, security capabilities, and high-performance connectivity.
WAN (Software-Defined Wide Area Network) routers optimize and manage traffic across multiple network connections, such as MPLS, broadband, and LTE. They provide enhanced control, security, and efficiency for wide area networks.
Firewall we offer on Rent/Lease
Network firewalls are the most common type of firewall and provide a barrier between internal and external networks. They monitor and control incoming and outgoing network traffic based on predefined security rules and policies. Network firewalls can be hardware-based or software-based.
Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFW)
NGFWs combine traditional firewall functionality with additional advanced features. They offer deep packet inspection, intrusion prevention systems (IPS), application control, and more. NGFWs provide enhanced security by inspecting network traffic at the application layer, enabling better identification and control of threats.
Unified Threat Management (UTM) Firewalls
UTM firewalls integrate multiple security functions into a single appliance, simplifying management and reducing complexity. These functions typically include firewalling, intrusion detection and prevention, antivirus, web filtering, and virtual private network (VPN) capabilities.
Web Application Firewalls (WAF)
WAFs are specifically designed to protect web applications from attacks. They analyze and filter HTTP/HTTPS traffic to detect and prevent common web application vulnerabilities such as cross-site scripting (XSS), SQL injection, and other malicious activities targeting web applications.
Cloud firewalls are firewall solutions specifically designed for cloud-based environments. They provide security and control for virtual networks, protecting cloud infrastructure and applications. Cloud firewalls can be native services provided by cloud service providers or third-party solutions.
These are some of the common categories of firewalls available in the market. It’s important to choose a firewall solution based on your specific security requirements, network architecture, and the nature of the threats you want to mitigate.