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Product Selection Help

Product Selection Help

Product Selection Help

Hello everyone, I was hoping someone could help me with product selection.  I have an office of about 50 users, and 2 Internet connections.  I direct production services off of my T1, and web surfing off of a cable connection.  I would like a Juniper product that can terminate both connections, provide SPAM and Web Filtering, as well as Remote Access and Site to Site VPN's.

I would need it to do some sort of policy based routing so that requests that come in from the T1 are sent back out the T1, for mail server and web server connections mainly.  Which is the best route to go for this to do it all in one box?

Thanks in advance.

RE: Product Selection Help

sounds like an ssg5 or ssg20 would match that pretty well.

If your t1 is giving you an ethernet handoff, go for the ssg5 (256mb), if it is straight t1 to an existing router, get a ssg20 with a t1 pim.  

pick up the unified threat management license for av/spam/web.

data sheet: http://www.juniper.net/products/integrated/dsheet/100176.pdf

if you have never set up a juniper box before, it may be helpful to call them up and find a reseller that can set it up for you, the number is at the bottom of that pdf.

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