We are pleased to announce global availability of Dome Firewall Virtual Appliance free of charge for our MSPs !
What is Dome Firewall Virtual Appliance:
Dome Firewall Virtual Appliance is a free enterprise grade Unified Threat Management Solution that delivers protection for all ports and protocols. Simply, a virtual UTM solution for securing your customer networks from combined attacks.
Visit https://cdome.comodo.com/firewall/ to learn more about Dome Firewall Virtual Appliance and obtain your license!
To view all available features of Dome Firewall Virtual Appliance you may visit https://cdome.comodo.com/firewall/#compare
Dome Firewall is the only free UTM in the World with Common Criteria EAL 4+ Certification. "CC EAL 4 + certification assures our customers that Comodo Dome Firewall satisfies a globally agreed-upon security standard, making it the default choice for administrators that are looking for UTM solutions. CC certifications are evaluated and verified by vendor-neutral, third-party laboratories and mutually recognized by 26 countries.."
What’s New with Dome Firewall Virtual Appliance:
Easy and Flexible Installation
Easy import OVA for your hypervisors
ISO that can be installed into physical appliance of your choice
Unified Policy Management
Stateful Packet Inspection Firewall
Source, Destination, Schedule, and user based Rule Management
Service, Port, IP, FQDN based Rule Management
Static & Behavioural Malware Analysis at the Gateway
Zero-Day Malware Protection
Automated Unknown File Containment
Portable Containment Technology
Malware Expert Analysis at the Gateway
Cloud based lookups for the latest threat intelligence
Category based URL Filtering featuring Comodo Web Filtering Database
Source, Destination, Schedule and User Based Rule Management
Source and Destination based NAT
WLAN and DHCP Support
WAN Load Balancing and Failover
Zone based Management supporting multiple LANs
NAT, PAT, Routing and ICAP Support
Virtual IP Management
Category based IPS Signature Database
Support for Custom IPS signatures
Virtual Private Network
Supports IPSEC,L2TP and SSLVPN
Active Directory Authentication
Simple web based management interface
User, Group and Time based Rules
Active Directory Integration
Role based Access Control rights to management interface
Central Management: We know how hard it can be for MSPs to manage multiple firewalls from remote locations. Our central management solution will help you manage multiple Dome Firewall Virtual Appliances from a single interface covering all your customers.
Don’t forget to obtain your license, it’s free!
It’s time to start replacing your current on-prem UTM/Firewall solutions.
I need to re-download the iso, but it won’t let me get to the download. Could you please share a link where I could download the ISO?? I downloaded it, but at a different location, and am going to try to get it installed on a test server today. Thanks.
This stinks, looks like I won’t be installing today, my server has 2 cards… This seems like a good way to not get your software installed, as most of my edge devices would have a maximum of 3 networks card, for failover WANS, and a LAN. Can the software do VLAN trunking???
I was just wondering why we had to have 4 NICs, seems like a restriction to me. If it were the other way, I would already have it installed, and running, then I could open it up later. I was specifically asking about VLAN trunking, where I can run several VLANs on the same NIC, I know it seems obvious, but it seems that many want different NIC’s for each VLAN, which makes me think that is the case here since 4 NICs are a requirement, hence the question.
Surely you should be able to specify your interfaces/ip’s during the installation and deployment phase as your do with pretty much every other software firewall on the market. I dont want to have to setup a 192.168.0.x network to test this, i want to be able to provide an IP on installation.
I was planning on installing from the ISO and dropping my NIC in to Host Only mode, however it seems that VBox has an issue with creating a new host only adapter on some machines running W10. Will have to test on my VM Ware workstation later. Be interesting to see how this compares to PfSense/VyOS.