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The Nokia-Check Point partnership has been a successful one, combining Nokia's excellent hardware implementation with Check Point's proven security technology, as we can see with the IP380. Aimed at the small enterprise or branch office, the IP380 comes with a cryptographic accelerator, capable of 130Mbps of 3DES VPN traffic and four Fast Ethernet ports. With two spare slots in the 1U chassis, you can upgrade network capability at a later date.
With its dual power supplies and 2GB of main memory, this diskless device can be expanded from its base configuration of four 10/100 Base-T Ethernet ports to support up to 36 10/100 Base-T Ethernet ports and eight copper/fibre Gigabit ports. The system runs under Nokia's IPSO operating system and is administered using the comprehensive browser-based Voyager management interface. It uses Nokia's Accelerated Data Path (ADP) technology to increase throughput on established VPN tunnels. VPN services are provided by Check Point's Firewall-1 NG software, whose management software should be run on separate devices for maximum efficiency.