Kerio Control 7.3 comes with automatic support for IPv6 and can be used as an IPv6 router for the network.
February 28, 2012
Kerio Technologies, an Internet security company, has launched a new UTM security appliance to allow organizations to securely test IPv6 traffic over corporate networks. Kerio Control 7.3 comes with automatic support for IPv6 and can be used as an IPv6 router for the network. Currently, it acts as a stateful firewall for IPv6 traffic, and will soon add IPS, antivirus, web filtering, bandwidth management, and reporting support.
With the inevitable move to IPv6, IT service providers must aid SMBs with the transition. Kerio Control 7.3 is ideal for organizations that need network protection, traffic analysis, and user-based reporting. New features include full Web administration via the iPad, emailed Kerio statistics and reporting (StaR) reports, and daily IPS blacklist updates.
Kerio UTM is available in a wide range of factors, including a hardware firewall appliance, bootable ISO firewall software appliance, virtual appliance for VMware or Parallels, or Windows Server software. The Kerio Control software server license starts at $265 and includes five users, while additional users are $26 each. Hardware appliance pricing starts at $1,000 for entry-level with five users, including the Sophos gateway antivirus and Kerio Web Filter. Kerio includes VPN clients for all users in the price. Kerio’s VPN client is available for Windows, Linux and Mac.
Kerio Control is available for download with a 30-day unrestricted trial period. Visit http://www.kerio.com/control for more information.