SD-WAN Router Version 2.0

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Untangle SD-WAN Router 2.0 includes the ability to add VLANs. VLANs enable network admins to create multiple segmented networks while utilizing a single network interface. Optimize your network performance by applying access, shaping, filtering, port forwarding, and WAN rules to VLANs. Additional benefits of using VLANs include ease of device management, grouping of like-devices together to apply policies, and extra security layers with device segmentation.

Version 2.0 Highlights

Untangle SD-WAN Router 2.0 includes the ability to create VLANs.

Key VLAN capabilities:

  • 802.1Q Tagging on WAN and LAN interfaces
  • VLAN Bridging
  • Traffic Shaping of VLANs
  • WAN Routing based on VLAN
  • Filtering based on VLAN
  • DHCP services per VLAN

Please see the changelog for a full list of updates in SD-WAN Router 2.0.

Pricing and Availability

Untangle SD-WAN Router version 2.0 is available as a free upgrade to customers with a paid subscription.

Version 1.3 Highlights

Untangle SD-WAN Router 1.3 includes the ability to select Verizon as the LTE provider on the SD-WAN Router e6wl appliance. This improves the ability of SD-WAN Router to provide reliable internet connectivity to remote offices or branches that have unreliable or limited internet service. In addition, SD-WAN Router 1.3 provides improved network management and WAN rule capabilities via Command Center, enabling administrators to more easily set up software defined networks, and create and push WAN rules.

Verizon LTE Certified

  • Untangle SD-WAN Router has achieved certification by Verizon to use the provider for LTE services.
  • Untangle is listed in the Verizon Open Development Showcase making it simple to assign a SIM card to a SD-WAN Router appliance.
  • Verizon can be selected as the LTE provider for the SD-WAN Router e6wl appliance.

Command Center Features

Command Center is a centralized management platform that is key to making the Untangle SD-WAN offering easy to set up and manage. This release increases the power of Command Center with enhanced network definition and centralized WAN rule creation.

  • Build a SD-WAN network in Command Center and add appliances (NG Firewall and SD-WAN Router) to include in the network.
  • Create and save WAN rules directly from Command Center.
  • Push saved WAN rules to appliances in the network.

Please see the changelogs for a full list of changes in SD-WAN Router 1.3 and Command Center.