Network traffic patterns have witnessed numerous changes due to the increasing popularity of cloud-based applications. In a traditional network, accommodating complex network patterns and adapting to constant changes has always been a tedious task. Most organizations are now switching to software-defined networking (SDN) infrastructures, a dramatic departure from the way standard networks are designed. SDN centralizes control of your network, improving the network's flexibility and efficiency.
Dual Stack IPv4/IPv6 Ready
Zero Touch Provisioning
ZTP is a method of setting up devices that automatically configures the device using a feature. ZTP helps IT teams quickly deploy network devices in a large-scale environment, eliminating most of the manual labor involved with adding them to a network.
Wider visibility is necessary to determine the true root cause when issues arise. Scrutinizer complements SD-WAN with end-to-end visibility from the user all the way into the cloud. And Network Intelligence that provides ML-driven insights to improve SD-WAN capacity planning.
Network administration that incorporates artificial intelligence (AI), network orchestration and machine learning (ML) to automate administrative tasks across a network. The goal of IBN is to reduce the complexity of creating, managing and enforcing network policies and reduce the manual labor associated with traditional configuration management.
Secure access service edge (SASE) is a network architecture that rolls software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) and security into a cloud service that promises simplified WAN deployment, improved efficiency and security, and to provide appropriate bandwidth per application. SASE combines SD-WAN capabilities with security and delivers them as a service.
100% Real SDN Architecture
The Control Plane refers to the network architecture component that defines the traffic routing and network topology.
The Data Plane is the network architecture layer that physically handles the traffic based on the configurations supplied from the Control Plane.
The Management Plane takes care of the wider network configuration, monitoring and management processes across all layers of the network stack.
BGP (IPv4 and IPv6), OSPF (v2 and v3), MP-BGP (MPLS based L3VPN, MPLS based EVPN, VXLAN based EVPN), IGMP, PIM, VRRP, RIP and RIPng, PBR (policy-based routing).
Firewall and NAT
Stateful firewall, zone-based firewall, all types of source and destination NAT (one to one, one to many, many to many).
DHCP and DHCPv6 server and relay, IPv6 RA, DNS forwarding, TFTP server, web proxy QoS.
Identifies more than 3000+ applications and protocols, Supports Application group, filters, visibility and log.
VRRP for IPv4 and IPv6, ability to execute custom health checks and transition scripts; ECMP, stateful load balancing.
Default and custom defined signatures and profiles, Snort rule formats support, L7 DDoS, Layer7 Anomaly detection
Filtering of traffic based on Geo-Location, DNS name, Reputation of Source / Destination IP Addresses – support for both IPv4 and IPv6.
Policy trigger based on URL category, URL profile (blacklist, whitelist, category reputation)
Seamless extension to multiple public clouds, real-time optimized cloud connectivity performance
Dynamic Path Selection
Integrate true link Aggregation across diverse transport technologies and latencies
Passive Scanning Sensor
Automatically detect and profile all network-connected systems, eliminating blind spots across your IT environment.
Centralized Portal for cohesive visibility, Simplicity, Scalability, Secure.
Sites connect to applications through Internet & private WAN