The SRX300 Connects Easily in Small or Midsized Offices
In terms of connectivity, the SRX300 can handle the routing and access functions for a small-to-midsized office. It can process up to 64,000 concurrent sessions, and it can optimize them through multiprotocol label-switching, directing each packet to the next node using short path labels instead of much longer network addresses. It’s also multiprotocol compatible and can work with almost any existing network technology.
For every federal agency, security is always one of the most important factors for any network. The SRX300 has got that built in, with IP security, unified threat management, proactive security through Juniper’s Spotlight Secure threat intelligence platform, intrusion protection, a full next-generation firewall and GeoIP locational-based access controls.
Users can add their own security policies as well, and the SRX300 can store and support up to 1,000 rules.
It’s not unusual to find advanced connectivity and security features in an enterprise gateway appliance. It’s rare, however, to have them included in a device designed for smaller offices. The Juniper SRX300 Services Gateway goes even beyond that with zero-touch installation, remote management and seamless integration with other networking equipment.
As such, the SRX300 is ready to offer smaller government offices the protection and connection assistance they need, right out of the box.