SonicWall Introduces Multi-Gigabit Switches, SD-Branch Capabilities, and Capture Client 3.0

First Published:06/11/2020 Last Updated:09/17/2020

SonicWall Switches

SonicWall Switches offer multi-gigabit wired performance that lets you rapidly scale your branch networks through remote installation. Available in seven models — ranging from eight to 48 ports, with gigabit and 10 gigabit ethernet ports — SonicWall Switches deliver network switching that accommodates the growing number of mobile and IoT devices in branch locations and provides the network performance needed to support cloud-delivered applications. SonicWall Switches also fit seamlessly into your existing SonicWall ecosystem, helping you to unify your network security posture. They’re SD-Branch-ready and managed via firewalls — either locally or through SonicWall’s cloud-based Capture Security Center — for unified, single-pane-of-glass management of your entire SonicWall infrastructure. To find out the latest discussions regarding SonicWall Switches, click below.

SonicWall SD-Branch

Secure SD-Branch is a comprehensive solution that combines the power of secure SD-WAN, secure wireless and wired LAN technology with zero-touch deployment. Through the power of Capture Security Center — SonicWall’s cloud-based, single-pane-of-glass management console — the management, reporting and analytics for all locations is centralized and accessible from any web-enabled device. To find out latest discussions regarding Secure SD-Branch, click below.

SonicWall Capture Client 3.0

Capture Client 3.0’s comprehensive, client-based content filtering allows you to easily extend network-based content filtering to off-network users. It provides HTTP and HTTPS traffic inspection capabilities, along with the ability to assign exclusions for trusted applications or blacklist untrusted applications. Capture Client also offers real-time visibility of applications and identifies vulnerabilities.

Starting with Capture Client 3.0, administrators can leverage Azure active directory properties for granular policy assignment based on categories such as group membership — regardless of whether the directory is hosted on-prem or in the cloud.

Capture Client 3.0 also brings in support for the SentinelOne Linux agent, enabling you to extend next-generation antimalware capabilities to Linux servers. This feature will allow customers to safeguard Linux-based workloads irrespective of their location — on-prem or in the cloud.To find out latest discussions regarding Capture Client 3.0, click below.