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Difference between PIX-515E-R-DMZ-BUN and PIX515E-UR-BUN.

By esakkimuthu ·
We have cisco pix firewall.the part number of firewall if PIX515E-UR-BUN.

Could it support DMZ creation?

PLease mail me to this id muthu.kalyx@gmail.com and muthu@kalyx.co.in

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by BFilmFan In reply to Difference between PIX-51 ...

The US stands for Unrestricted Module.

The Cisco PIX 515E Firewall is an enhanced version of the widely popular Cisco PIX 515 platform, providing industry-leading stateful firewall and IP Security (IPSec) virtual private networking (VPN) services. Designed for small and medium businesses, as well as enterprise remote offices, the Cisco PIX 515E features increased processing power and integrated, hardware-based IPSec acceleration (certain models) delivering even more robust performance for high throughput security requirements. ??The PIX 515E "Unrestricted" model extends the capabilities of the family with support for stateful failover, additional LAN interfaces, and increased VPN throughput via integrated hardware-based VPN acceleration. It includes an integrated VAC, 64 MB of RAM, and support for up to six 10/100 Fast Ethernet interfaces. The Cisco PIX 515E-UR also adds the ability to share state information with a hot-standby Cisco PIX Firewall for complete firewall redundancy.

Yes it can be used to create a DMZ; provided, that you have a DNS server, some lan segments, etc.

http://tools.cisco.com/search/JSP/search-results.get?strQueryText=PIX-515E-UR-BUN&Search+All+cisco.com=cisco.com&language=en&country=US&thissection=f&accessLevel=Guest

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