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Fortinet FortiGate 80C - security appliance

Mfg. Part: FG-80C-BDL-950-12 | CDW Part: 1844291 | UNSPSC: 43222501
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  • Security appliance
  • with 1 year FortiCare 24X7 Comprehensive Support + 1 year FortiGuard
  • 10Mb LAN
  • 100Mb LAN
  • GigE
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Product Overview
Main Features
  • Security appliance
  • with 1 year FortiCare 24X7 Comprehensive Support + 1 year FortiGuard
  • 10Mb LAN
  • 100Mb LAN
  • GigE
The FortiGate-80C is a multi-function security device that protects and connects remote and branch offices, retail networks, and telecommuters to centralized headquarter or regional offices. The FG-80C combines firewall, IPSec and SSL VPN, antivirus, antispam, intrusion prevention and web filtering into a single device to reduce the management costs and complexities of deploying each of these technologies independently. Operating on the recently introduced FortiOS 4.0 operating system, the FG-80C also boasts data leakage prevention, SSL inspection, and application control to offer protection against Web 2.0 threats and evasive applications and users. With wireless mobility, simple installation and maintenance, and a host of security features on a single device the FortiGate- 80C is perfect solutions for ROBO, SMB, and customer premise equipment networks.

Technical Specifications
Specifications are provided by the manufacturer. Refer to the manufacturer for an explanation of the print speed and other ratings.
Capacity
Type: IPSec VPN tunnels
Value: 200



Type: Concurrent sessions
Value: 100000



Type: User licenses
Value: Unlimited



Type: Security policies
Value: 2000

Dimensions & Weight
Depth: 6.1 in
Height: 1.8 in
Weight: 3.53 lbs
Width: 10.9 in

Environmental Parameters
Humidity Range Operating: 5 - 95%
Max Operating Temperature: 104 °F
Min Operating Temperature: 32 °F

Expansion Slots
Type: ExpressCard

Header
Brand: Fortinet
Compatibility: PC
Manufacturer: Fortinet
Model: 80C
Packaged Quantity: 1
Product Line: Fortinet FortiGate

Interface Provided
Connector Type: RJ-45
Qty: 2
Type: 1000Base-T
WAN DMZ: WAN



Qty: 1
Type: 100Base-TX
WAN DMZ: DMZ



Qty: 6



Connector Type: Type A
Type: USB

Miscellaneous
Compliant Standards: FCC Part 15 A , FIPS 140-2 , ICSA Antivirus , ICSA Firewall certified , ICSA IPSec certified
Encryption Algorithm: FIPS 140-2 , SSL

Modem
Type: None

Networking
Connectivity Technology: Wired
Data Link Protocol: Ethernet , Fast Ethernet , Gigabit Ethernet
Data Transfer Rate: 1 Gbps
Features: Anti-malware protection , Anti-spam protection , Antivirus analysis , Content filtering , DMZ port , Firewall protection , High Availability , Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) , VPN support
Form Factor: External
Network Transport Protocol: IPSec
Status Indicators: Port status , Power
Type: Security appliance

Optical Storage
Type: None

OS Provided
Type: FortiOS 4.0

Performance
Type: Firewall throughput
Value: 350 Mbps



Type: VPN throughput (IPSec)
Value: 80 Mbps



Type: Antivirus throughput
Value: 50 Mbps



Type: IPS throughput
Value: 100 Mbps

Power Device
Frequency Required: 50/60 Hz
Nominal Voltage: AC 120/230 V
Power Consumption Operational: 32 Watt
Type: External power adapter

Service
Support Details Full Contract Period: 1 year
Support Details Service Included: Advance parts replacement
Support Details Type: Limited warranty



Support Details Service Included: Phone consulting
Support Details Type: Technical support



Support Details Service Included: Web support



Support Details Service Included: E-mail consulting
Support Details Type: Product info support



Support Details Service Included: Web knowledge base access



Support Details Type: New releases update



Support Details Type: Virus definitions update



Support Details Type: Intrusion definitions update



Support Details Type: URL database update



Support Details Type: E-mail database update

Service & Support
Bundled Services: 1 year FortiCare 24X7 Comprehensive Support + 1 year FortiGuard

Service & Support Details
Response Time: Next business day

Slot Provided
Free Qty: 1
Total Qty: 1

Slot Required
Type: None

Storage Floppy Drive
Type: None

Storage Removable
Type: None

Product Reviews
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 31reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by I could achieve the same results with a software firewall. This one comes in a nice hardware package. Using the CLI should be documented better. Valuable Features:* Flexibility* Flow tracking* B2B VPNImprovements to My Organization:It's good for what it is. I could achieve the same results with a pfSense firewall. This one just comes in a nice hardware package.Room for Improvement:Better documentation about usage of the CLI. I learned most of what I know in diagnostic functionality through saving SSH sessions with the customer support staff while in WebEx sessions.I have tried looking up the manuals. They are OK in some respects, but I feel exhaustive documentation about the CLI "with examples" should be there, and I feel it's not.I'm saying, hey lets consolidate some of the primary real world scenarios like:Section A: - Troubeshooting B2B VPN peering with a business partner or client when initially setting up the VPN tunnel.Inevitably, there are always quirks and nuances between the fortigate vendor versus peering with a Palo Alto or an ASA firewall or even a Juniper SSG.Imagine providing all steps, command line syntax, and GUI (if available) and how to take steps to debug the flow and see what's failing.Sometimes it's super hard to figure out what's wrong with a fortigate VPN unless you know the commands on the CLI to see the flow and how to interpret it.If they had all the methods / syntax and the "how's and why's" for a scenario; even possibly an instructional video showing how via the CLI and gui alongside the documentation. It would be like the pearly gates had opened and I had gone to heaven.Use of Solution:I have used it for three years.Stability Issues:I never encountered any stability issues. It is a very stable product.Scalability Issues:Scalability's not been an issue for my org. We only utilize it for certain applications.Technical Support:Technical support is excellent, although it can be a bit difficult to understand the tech. As with most support staff from almost all vendors now, the support comes from somewhere across the pond.Previous Solutions:On the site where the FortiGate is stationed, it's never been changed out.Initial Setup:Initial setup was straightforward.Cost and Licensing Advice:Buy the support package! Upgrades, advice about upgrade paths, and troubleshooting help is paramount. There have been some times where, without it, I'd have been dead in the water.Other Solutions Considered:This was an in-place firewall when I integrated the site to my org.Other Advice:Figure out what features you want, and what policies you want. Look up how to do it in advance, and create an implementation plan.Plan for policies, routing, NATting, etc. Create a step-by-step process in advance, possibly create the environment in a DEV sandbox, test it, then implement.It has a good feature set. However, sometimes you are forced to solicit technical support to get it working.Also, I find the web interfaces sometimes do not display things properly.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions. September 29, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Fortigate is only cheap if you don't value your time or product quality I have had the displeasure of having to support SOHO Fortigate offerings (Fortigate/Fortiwifi). in almost any measure, I have found these products inferior to respective solutions from cisco and juniper (two examples i've had experience with).I'll start with the most egregious and disturbing: the product is unstable. the VPN client is crash prone and the VPN daemon is crash prone. if you want to enjoy having to drive to the office when the roads are iced because the VPN daemon just gave up the ghost again, just to reboot a unit, by all means - choose Fortigate.I'll continue with support - pretty much a joke, although being fair here, it is similar in other respective products. by the time a competent engineer reviews your case, you may have to wade through more than a month of back and forth with t1/t2 support who offer very little usable assistance.And final insult to injury - aggressive and clueless resellers. Fortigate tries to distance themselves from customers via resellers (as if support filtering wasn't enough). getting the wrong product or wrong configuration is very common, especially with unneeded packages.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions. August 22, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by The FortiGate security appliances. UTM security in a single device, good administrative interface and performances. First thingsfirstTalking about FortiGate from Fortinet we are talkingabout a family of UTM (UnifiedThreat Management) appliances.This means: FortiGate is a term that includes a wide range of products,starting from small ones dedicated to small offices, and growing up to devicesthat are able to grant security and networking for really big companies. Thefamily includes physical devices andvirtual machines, which grant network security on different layers using asingle point of control. FortiGate is optimizedto avoid bottlenecks or delays while the various controls are performed. High availability is also part of the availablefeatures, with different solutions to avoid single points of failure.In the short list that follows, I will try to listsome interesting points about the FortiGate solution.1. AdministrativeInterfaceIf you are experienced with network securitymanagement, you know that usually this kind of activity requires to interactwith many different software and hardware coming from disparate vendors. In theaforementioned scenario, it is normal to have frequent updates to apply on the various productsand to watch more than one monitoringtool to keep track of security events. The FortiGate solution includes all thecontrols you could expect using a patchwork of security products in a singledevice with a single administrative interface. It is yourswitch, your router, your firewall ( http://www.itcentralstation.com/category/firewalls ), your VPN hub, your antivirus, yourantispam, your proxy and your end-point security solution all in one.If you define a network object or group forfirewalling purposes, it will be available also to define antivirus rules orInternet browsing policies. There are two administrative interfaces:·Web-based manager (a graphical interface usablethrough an web browser)·CLI (a command line interface)A strong point of a FortiGate is the fact that thegraphical interface is complete and easy to use (especially if we think to thelist of operations that we are able to perform inside).Again, if you have used appliances or firewalls comingfrom other vendors, you know that often you have to use a not-so-friendlycommand lines to obtain the exact result that you need. Talking about FortiGate,you will use the CLI seldom and only for the most “exotic” features.2. UTM theFortinet wayUnified Threat Management may be complex to manage,because you work on different protocols, at different layers and with disparatethreats to consider. In a FortiGate you can think to have three great layers:·Networkingservices (switching and routing, both static and dynamic)·Networksecurity services (firewalling, secure VPN connection, intrusiondetection and endpoint security)·Applicationsecurity services (spam and virus controls, web filtering, applicationcontrol and data leak prevention)As long as you pay (and renew as it expires) the“bundle” license, you have all the aforementioned features available includingthe updates for signatures and definitions, coming to your appliance directlyfrom Fortinet. I am not saying that you have to use all the available controls,but you are able to turn them on and off “on-demand” so you could start with asimple configuration and add control layers when you feel more comfortable.3. VirtualDomainsOne of the available features include the capabilityof a FortiGate to support many VirtualDomains (VDOMs). VDOMs enableyou to grant access to different companies with different administrators on thesame physical unit. Each one of them will be able to keep his/her specificconfiguration with no impact on the others. What you are doing here is creating“virtual units”, keeping on a “root domain” that is used to manage the virtualdomains. VDOMs add a lot of flexibility to the solutions you are able to planusing FortiGate4. HighAvailability and ResiliencyThereare four different ways to make a FortiGate unit high available. You could usea traditional “cluster” design with two or more units FortiGate Cluster Protocol (FGCP), a solutions with an externalload balancer FortiGate Session LifeSupport Protocol (FGSP), a layer 3 resiliency solution like Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)or a layer 2 solution like FortinetRedundant UTM Protocol (FRUP). Here we have (again) a great deal offlexibility to design the best solution for our company’s needs.5. The DarkSide of the MoonIt would be not fair to review a product omitting thenegative points. Talking about FortiGate, the main complain I have heard isabout the technical support. My personal experience is the same of many peoplethat are not happy with this aspect of the service offered from Fortinet. Oftenyour problem is diverted to local partners and I have to say that I had mixed resultswith them. While some partners are professional, many are not skilled enoughand have costs that are not equivalent to their quality. I know that there isthe same issue with other vendors too but that is not an excuse. As long asFortinet support sends me to a local reseller or partner, from my point ofview, they are taking responsibility for their capability too.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions. March 31, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by The most valuable features for us are VPN, WebFilter, and Firewall. Valuable Features:The most valuable features for us are* VPN* WebFilter* FirewallImprovements to My Organization:It's features are highly customizable. This means that when our different business groups have different needs, the implementations can be customized to meet the demands of those groups and needs.Room for Improvement:I'd like to see an improvement in the Bandwidth Management and Traffic limit control.Also, the licenses are expensive, turning off some users.Use of Solution:We've used all units for five years, except the FortiGate 200D which has been in use for one year. Alongside FortiGate, we also have FortiAnalyzer 1000B and the FortiManager 200D.Deployment Issues:There have been no issues with the deployment.Stability Issues:There have been no stability issues.Scalability Issues:It has not been a problem to scale it.Customer Service:Customer service is very good.Technical Support:Technical support is very good.Previous Solutions:I depend on different products from different vendors depending on the required function. For example for anti-spam, I depend on a Cisco solution.Initial Setup:The initial setup is simple in the CLI or Web GUI.Implementation Team:An in-house network engineer implemented it using the best practice recommendations from the vendor.Cost and Licensing Advice:The appliances and licenses are expensive, and I know some people use other vendors because of this.Other Advice:You should know the customization you want from the beginning, and plan your requirements appropriately.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions. January 24, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by I can delegate more simple and routine tasks to other administrators and I don’t have to be the “Firewall” guy all the time, but the graphical interface always has room for improvement. Valuable Features:I enjoy the combination of an intuitive graphical interface and also a traditional shell command line environment for more advanced administration. The option to configure policies in a graphical environment is very easy to understand and also simple to teach someone else unfamiliar with the product.Improvements to My Organization:It’s much easier to share administration tasks with more people. Due to the flexibility and ease of certain features, I can delegate more simple and routine tasks to other administrators and I don’t have to be the “Firewall” guy all the time.Room for Improvement:I think the graphical interface always has room for improvement. I would like to see more attention put towards the logging functions as well.Use of Solution:I worked with this solution daily for over 12 months.Stability Issues:I encountered several strange issues in v5.0 (and earlier) OS versions. Strange anomalies like random reloads, VPN instability and unexplained policy changes. However, all of these issues were resolved in v5.2.Technical Support:I always had great experiences with Fortinet. I worked with them several times to resolve configuration issues and process RMA’s on failed equipment, which was rare.Previous Solutions:I’ve personally used Cisco ASA and PIX architecture and after using Fortinet, I always prefer FortiGate products in terms of functionality and ease of use. I recommend these to clients looking for a firewall solution.Initial Setup:Usually always simple and straight forward. I can get a client up and running with most standard policies and inbound/outbound control in a single day and make adjustments as needed. I can usually preconfigure Fortinet products and send them out for install.Implementation Team:I always implemented via in-house. I think the most important advice is to always test new configurations in the lab especially, when upgrading firmware.ROI:From my experience, FortiGate products are affordable and worth the investment.Other Advice:I think for almost any small to mid-size business this is a great solution. Fortigate should definitely be considered before choosing a more expensive and complicated product.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions. November 12, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Controlling and tracing with web console works nicely for windows systems, but for Linux, only IP can be obtained. Valuable Features:* Policy control* Web filtering* Application filter works smoothly.* Controlling and tracing with web console works nicely for windows systems.* Better QoS than Checkpoint, I believe.Improvements to My Organization:Previously, my organization had the Checkpoint firewall solution, which has been replaced by the Fortinet Fortigate solution, which is cost effective and more manageable from a beginner's perspective.Fine QoS and Web based filtering solution is a plus.Room for Improvement:* Maybe Linux system monitoring can be improved by the developers of the product.* Although it has policy control and web filtering, these could be better.* Application filter needs more control options.* IP tracing works only so-so.* Controlling and tracing with web console for Linux only obtains IP addresses.Disclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:My company provides tech services that include this product. September 17, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by For price criteria, Fortinet wins over competitors. That being said, certain areas of the product need improvement Valuable Features:* Performances* VDOM* UTM* Consolidated Management* FortiGuardImprovements to My Organization:* Endpoint control of mobile devices with Security Profiles compliancy checking, captive portal redirection, Antivirus, IPS and Web Filtering enabled on outgoing traffic (coupled to FortiClient solution)* Identity-based policies used to authenticated and profile users and guests whatever the media used to access the network (ie. Wired and WiFi)* Dynamic BGP routes injections to divert traffic requiring UTM inspection or DDOS mitigation* Two-Factor Authentication VPN SSL for itinerant users (coupled to FortiToken solution)* Active/Active cluster load-balancing http/https traffic* GTP tunnels inspections over GPRS backbones for pure-player telco operators* Distributed WiFi infrastructure with UTM enabled and managed from the central console like signatures and firmware updates* Classical IP/IPv6 Firewall with consolidated-managementRoom for Improvement:* Fix all pending bugs present in 5.0.x branch* Improve the testing process of newly published firmware like using real and representative configurations submitted to consequent traffic load during a while* Support SNMPv3 INFORM requests* Uniform the scheduled backup between FortiGate, FortiManager and FortiAnalyzer* Integrate graphical troubleshoot tools for policies based on devices or user identitiesUse of Solution:4.5 yearsDeployment Issues:Some few non-blocking bugs present in the latest release and which are now solved.In the past I encountered serious bug regarding SCTP and GTP supports. Fortinet helped me to qualify the bug, implement a temporary workaround and then published appropriate patches rapidly.Stability Issues:No. I always used the latest qualified-stable firmware recommended by Fortinet and check by own testing methods the stability of HW and SW before deploying anything into customer premises.Scalability Issues:With design and dimensioning parts well achieved I never encountered scalability issue. However it happened I had to troubleshoot some slowness and latency issues on existing projects already running live. Most of the time they were due to some design issues and non-optimized configurations like for instance “in” and “out” ports not handled by the same NP, policy rules non-optimized and non-used features enabled.Customer Service:Very good.Technical Support:Very good.Previous Solutions:* CISCO ASA: Too expensive, performances issues, non-consolidated management between traditional ASA and inspection ASA CX, not the best security engines* Checkpoint: Very expensive but good solutions, not the leader in UTM segment* Juniper: Expensive but good solutions, not the leader in UTM segment* Cyrberoam: Attractive prices but not yet tested, looks like promising* Arkoon/Netasq: Obsoletes (Stormshield not yet tested)Initial Setup:It was quite simple if you have at least a minimum of experiment with Firewalls integration. It is now even simpler thanks to the FortiExplorer application.Implementation Team:In-house.Other Solutions Considered:Taking into account the price criteria, nowadays Fortinet always wins offers in front of competitors like CISCO and Checkpoint. Mixing this key-point with other success keys like UTM features and performances.Other Advice:Contact Fortinet or Fortinet’s partner and ask for a POC.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions. September 1, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by I've been using it for 6 years. I like the security profiles and vulnerability assessment. Valuable Features:* Load Sharing* VDOM* Security Profiles* Vulnerability AssessmentUse of Solution:6 YearsDeployment Issues:Yes, bugs.Stability Issues:No.Technical Support:Poor.Disclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:Partner July 29, 2015
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