Posts Tagged ‘sonicwall’

New SONICWALL logo – PEAK 2016

| August 30th, 2016 | No Comments »
brandontek-new-sonicwall-logo

Yesterday during the Dell PEAK 2016 conference in Las Vegas, SonicWALL's new logo was revealed! What do you think?

Read more...
Share

SonicWALL NSA 250M Beta

| October 25th, 2011 | 1 Comment »
brandontek_nsa250M_badge

I apologize for the poor image quality. My iPhone 3G is past its prime. It says, "NSA 250 M". Last month I was asked by SonicWALL to beta test their soon to be released NSA 250M firewall. This model will be replacing the NSA 240. In my opinion, the NSA series provide an excellent line up ...

Read more...
Share

Top Ten IT Certs

| September 17th, 2011 | 3 Comments »
toptencerts

According to TechRepublic.com, SonicWALL's CSSA edges out Cisco's CCNA coming in at 5 and 6 respectively. I covered the CSSA course earlier this year that you can read here: SonicWALL CSSA I've honestly felt the last couple of years, Cisco has branched out a bit too far, this allowed other competitors into the market. With the recent downsizing ...

Read more...
Share

Random Blog Images

SonicWALL-on-a-Stick

| September 10th, 2011 | 51 Comments »
SonicWALL on a Stick, SonicWALL-on-a-Stick

SonicWALL's never tasted so good! I touched up on this subject in my last blog titled, "Solutions to your SonicPoint WLAN Woes!" What I want to do here is go over what is traditionally known as "Router-on-a-Stick" or "ROAS". In this case, "SonicWALL-on-a-Stick" or "SOAS". The concept behind "ROAS" is that instead of taking a router and assigning ...

Read more...
Share

Solution to your SonicPoint WLAN woes.

| February 12th, 2011 | 101 Comments »
Small Network Deployment

I recently blogged an article on how to quickly and easily configure a SonicPoint with your SonicWALL firewall. If you haven't read it, you can read it here before reading further. If you have read it, keep on reading! Below is an example of a typical but small deployment utilizing a SonicPoint for wireless access. As you ...

Read more...
Share

Sonicpoint: How-to

| January 30th, 2011 | 18 Comments »

SonicWALL comes with nifty little access points called Sonicpoint's. They can either be plugged in directly to your SonicWALL TZ or NSA series firewalls. They are PoE capable which makes installation a breeze if plugging them into PoE(802.3af) capable switchports. If you do not have PoE switchports, you will need their power injector which I am ...

Read more...
Share