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(Newbie) I am looking for a new firewall

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#1 thashen4


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Posted 24 January 2018 - 05:35 AM

Hi Guys, 


I have been to many different forums and different websites.


I am still looking for help on purchasing a firewall. 


I am running a small business with 4 or 5 pcs and I need a suitable firewall. I have looked at qotom, watch guard and a new company called pondesk.com 


this item is really what I am looking at something that have 3g or 4g , lte capabilities once the network has gone down and I do not need fast device I want a device that serves the purpose and is low voltage.


This is the device that I am looking for something similar.





kind regards



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#2 isaccasi


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Posted 12 February 2018 - 05:36 PM

Hello, not to provoke you but how about a security suite for all your devices, like Bitdefender Total Security :guitar:

#3 captainfreeky


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Posted 26 July 2018 - 02:43 PM

You can look with pfsense , opnsense , openwrt , immunet(windows)

or openbsd (pf)  which are free for firewall which you want and in hardware you can go with  Pc engine website.


In firewall you can list all  from ipblacklist or ipblocklist that would be more then enough and for antivirus you can use comodo orothers which are free to use on commercial as well

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