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We primarily use this solution for bandwidth control, intrusion prevention, and network security.
This solution is implemented for medium and large enterprises to protect their network from attacks and to filter the web traffic through web protection and application protection modules. This solution includes Email protection, IPS, Antivirus gateway, ATP, Reporting, VPN, Sophos Wireless controller, load balancer, WAF, and traffic shaping.
We use the solution for application control and web filtering. We also use it as a VPN point, and we use it on other occasions for tracing and reporting about usage and high application rates.
We primarily use the solution internally in our company and we also deploy it for our customers.
I use the solution as my endpoint firewall and at the same time, I use it for load balancing and spillover.
Our primary use case of this program is for antivirus and security purposes.
We use the solution mainly as a firewall.
We use the solution as an internet firewall, and a VPN concentrator.
We use this solution for connecting site-to-site and client-to-site VPN for two protocols, IPsec and SSL VPN. We use encrypted tunnels to achieve fully secure connectivity between sites and clients. It gives me a very good, stable connection in all tunnels.
I use Sophos XG as a content filtering, web filtering, and application filtering utility, as well as to integrate with the endpoint antivirus software. I have Sophos Endpoint Antivirus installed on the user machines as well, i.e. the Central Cloud Management version. That's our main use. Sophos XG has cybersecurity. It integrates with the antivirus software.
Our primary use case for this solution is to act as the main broadband device in our data center. The XG 210 model is being used for a hospitality solution.
It's being used as a UTM, no firewalling. So it acts as a bridge. It doesn't provide the IP services, it doesn't provide DNS, it doesn't provide DHCP services, and it doesn't operate as a router or a point of mapping. It's only being used for filtering: Web and application filtering, as well as antivirus. I usually disable the anti-spam on all those units, because I have a gateway anti-spam server in place.