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Fortinet Upgrades OS For Wired And Wireless Networks


5 Aug 2011
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Fortinet has released of its FortiOS 4.0 MR3 operating system for the FortiGate product family, including the newly introduced FortiGate-3140B multi-threat security appliance.

The advancements in FortiOS 4.0 operating system include wireless controller extensions that automatically provision wireless access points, detection and suppression of rogue access points, multiple authentication methods and strengthened unified management of both wired and wireless networks from a single FortiGate platform. It also introduces active profiling and flow-based threat inspection enhancements to the OS that already integrates firewall, virtual private network (VPN), intrusion prevention (IPS), antivirus, application control, etc.

As a complement to this firmware feature, Fortinet is also introducing the FortiAP-222B outdoor wireless access point (AP), which completes the FortiAP family of access points and allows enterprise-wide Wi-Fi coverage across the campus with seamless roaming. The FortiAP-222B is a dual-radio outdoor thin AP that provides wireless client access or air monitor in a ruggedized weather-resistant enclosure. This device will benefit enterprises looking to extend their wireless network to challenging non-temperature controlled environments, or beyond the physical footprint of a building or campus. It uses high gain 27dB transmit output and sensitive receiver which permits coverage to a vast area.

FortiOS 4.0 MR3 and the FortiAP-222B will be available this quarter.

source : crn
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