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Topic # 239565 24-Jul-2018 08:27
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Hello,

 

Just after some ideas on what are in the business arena that offer good web blocking and monitoring services.

 

We have had OpenDNS and WebMarshal in the past - is there any others that you could recommended for 

 

Thanks - Grunta


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  Reply # 2061545 24-Jul-2018 09:55
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Home or business?





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  Reply # 2061651 24-Jul-2018 12:40
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Our immediate needs are to cover 250 users..

 

So I guess the budget is to suit that..




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  Reply # 2061653 24-Jul-2018 12:41
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Home or business?

 

 

 

 

Business (250 users)


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  Reply # 2061660 24-Jul-2018 13:07
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Are you looking for an appliance?

 

 

 

Something like a Fortigate 100/200E could do both for you. Sizing would depend on what volumes of traffic you are pushing.


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  Reply # 2062016 25-Jul-2018 08:14
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How big is your internet pipe. That's what you really need to know for scaling. Most Next Gen Firewalls do good web filtering now, the bit you want to look at carefully is SSL decrypt - that is essential for good web blocking. 


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  Reply # 2075265 18-Aug-2018 12:40
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Gruntam:

 

Hello,

 

Just after some ideas on what are in the business arena that offer good web blocking and monitoring services.

 

We have had OpenDNS and WebMarshal in the past - is there any others that you could recommended for 

 

Thanks - Grunta

 

 

I used IPCop for many many years worked well. Not sure of its current status. Linux distro on a PC / machine with 2 - 4 network cards.

 

Runs following networks:

 

  •  Green (internal)
  • Orange (maybe open to internet but in the internal network)
  • Red: Outsiders
  • Blue: wireless

scanning and lock down. Lots of plug ins to notify, watch, ban etc.

 

Also as it is linux firewall highly configureable and can be used as a log in required web proxy. Spam assassian / squid guard and other filters can be installed.

 

Used it for 30 plus on really old pcs and no issues found. Upgrade the HW and should scale out okay.





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