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The Aruba 620 Branch Office Controller by Gamma Solutions

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Gamma Solutions offers the Aruba 620 Branch Office Controller a compact, cost effective all-in-one networking solution.  The 620 branch office controller includes a firewall, wireless LAN controller, nine-port Ethernet switch with PoE+, IP router, site to site VPN edge device, file server and print server in an attractive desktop-mount enclosure.

The Aruba is a centralised, zero-touch configuration and management model that enables the 620 branch office controller to be deployed, monitored and controlled without local IT staff.  Additional deployment options include remote management or local configuration via web interface.

Features of the Aruba 620 Branch Office Controller:

  • Uses central controllers in the data centre to manage complex and processing intensive management and security functions.
  • Edge services are virtualised to move user traffic to data centre controllers through secure IP tunnels over public or private transport networks.
  • Provides local wireless services when used in conjuction with any Aruba access point, or it can operate as a wired-only device.
  • Includes print server and network-attached storage capabilities to enable local network printing and mass storage.

When the 620 Branch Office Controller is operated through the ArubaOS operating system, it comes with standard advanced authentication, encryption, wireless radio management and L2/L3 networking features.  Optional ArubaOS software modules include RFProtect Wireless Intrusion Protection and Spectrum Analyzer, Policy Enforcement Firewall (PEF), and the FIPS-compliant xSec Layer 2 protocol, which provides a unified framework to secure all wired and wireless connections using strong encryption and authentication.

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