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Firewall

Drawing the line that separates internal and external networks, Firewall filters traffic based on IP address, protocol and port, which enables administrators to designate which systems and services (HTTP, FTP, etc.) are publicly available.

 

Firewall can be run as a transparent bridge to complement a pre-existing firewall and allows you to control inbound and/or outbound access to specific IPs and ports.

Features

  • Open source and free under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

  • Easily blocks sessions based on simple rules.

  • Rules can be based on a variety of attributes.

Free App

Install a free trial of NG Firewall to use every NG Firewall app for 14 days. After your free trial, you will be able to continue to use this app without a paid subscription. 


The status of the Firewall application provides you with basic information, including sessions passed, flagged, blocked, etc.


You can easily add rules to the Firewall app under the “Rules” tab. You can set up any type of custom rule, for example block and flag all traffic to or from a specific port.


With Reports, you can create any type of Firewall report. This report shows the “Top Scanned Hostnames” and allows you to drill-down to show more details.


Status

The status of the Firewall application provides you with basic information, including sessions passed, flagged, blocked, etc.


Rules

You can easily add rules to the Firewall app under the “Rules” tab. You can set up any type of custom rule, for example block and flag all traffic to or from a specific port.


Reports

With Reports, you can create any type of Firewall report. This report shows the “Top Scanned Hostnames” and allows you to drill-down to show more details.


The product runs itself. I can rest assured all my networks are protected against all types of attacks. Joe Sloan, Admiral Farragut Academy
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I am comfortable knowing that our students are protected from inappropriate content and that our network is safe as well. Graham Duncan, Breakwater School

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