Zyxel Next Generation VPN Firewall with 1 WAN, 1 SFP, 4 LAN/DMZ Gigabit Ports and 802.11ac/n WiFi [USG20W-VPN]

January 17, 2019 - Comment

Next Generation USG 20W VPN Product Features High Performance Gigabit Ports 1x Internet (WAN), 4x Local Network (LAN), 1x SFP Gigabit Fiber (SFP WAN) for Fiber Internet Services, 802.11ac Wireless Up to 90Mbps Encrypted VPN throughput (IPsec/L2TP: 10 Concurrent, SSL: 5 Concurrent Upgradable to 15 Max) for Secure Remote Access, Office to Office or Device

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(as of February 17, 2019 3:42 pm UTC - Details)

Next Generation USG 20W VPN

Product Features

  • High Performance Gigabit Ports 1x Internet (WAN), 4x Local Network (LAN), 1x SFP Gigabit Fiber (SFP WAN) for Fiber Internet Services, 802.11ac Wireless
  • Up to 90Mbps Encrypted VPN throughput (IPsec/L2TP: 10 Concurrent, SSL: 5 Concurrent Upgradable to 15 Max) for Secure Remote Access, Office to Office or Device to Office
  • Up to 350Mbps Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) Firewall and 20,000 Max TCP Concurrent Sessions ideal for Small Offices < 10 Users
  • Fanless design for zero noise (0dB) operation
  • Easy to install browser-based configuration and management interface with Quick and Easy setup/VPN wizards
  • Optional Website Content Filter and HTTPs DNS Blocking and Anti-Spam Email Blocking (Subscription Required, Sold Separately)
  • Limited Lifetime hardware warranty
  • Free tech support with no support contracts

Comments

Anonymous says:

Content filter is almost useless

Anonymous says:

Poor WAN Performance, deceptive marketing At first, I thought this firewall was a dream come true. All of the features as stated on its website and box were simply amazing, especially the throughput. Buy I soon discovered a problem, well after my 30 day trial period of UTM. What I discovered was that the WAN throughput was throttled to more than half my internet bandwidth. Even after disabling all UTM services and any other bandwidth-limiting services, my bandwidth still didn’t improve. After returning the device through RMA, and…

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