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Active Wall Overview

Postby admin » Sun May 20, 2007 11:08 pm

What's the <Active Wall>? It's a professional network monitoring and filtering software, which supports all kinds of network topology. It can be used without installing any client applications. It can log all the communication activities of computers in LAN, including emails, web-surfing, FTP file transferring, and the instant messenger chatting. It can control all the users in LAN to visit the defined network resources by the defined rules.
By the use of the most up-to-date network technology, <Active Wall> can monitor and authenticate all the network communications in LAN. The main features are shown below:
1. User authentication:
Only the correct account and password can enable the user to access the Internet. <Active Wall> supports various authentication ways.
2. Time filtering:
<Active Wall> sets different time sections for different groups to access Internet in different time period.
3. Port filtering:
Enable or disable ports will control the users to access Internet services. <Active Wall> can effectively block the online games, chat, video or audio services which do not match the office work by port filtering.
4. Bandwidth control:
<Active Wall> can control the flow rate of a user or a group, and set the maximum bytes which a user or a group can use in a day. This can save the band width resource and prevent some users from using high bandwidth consume applications, such as P2P tools.
5. Real-time flow rate statistics:
<Active Wall> can demonstrate the current statistics of flow rate in various protocols, which network blocks or protocols usages.
6. MAC filtering:
All the computers in LAN can be bind with MAC and IP address. <Active Wall> can prevent the IP address illegal usages by using MAC filtering.
7. IP filtering:
By setting up a blacklist, <Active Wall> can help the administrators filter and block defined IP addresses from the outside. Therefore, the users in LAN will not be able to visit the sites or hosts in the IP blacklist.
8. DNS filtering:
<Active Wall> can filter the DNS requests from the users in LAN, in order to block the DNS names used for pornography, gambling, games, etc.
9. HTTP filtering:
By setting up a series of rules about URL, web content, post keyword or upload file, <Active Wall> can filter the web surfing from all users in LAN. Meanwhile, it can log all webs the user has visited, in case that the administrator can check them in some other day.
10. SMTP filtering:
<Active Wall> can filter all the users' emails sent by the rules of subject, mail body, from address, to address, attachment and mail size. Meanwhile it can log the emails in order to provide the business data loss or betray with evidence.
11. POP3 filtering:
<Active Wall> can filter all the users' emails received by the rules of subject, mail body, from address, to address, attachment and mail size. Meanwhile it can log the emails in order to provide the business data loss or betray with evidence.
12. IM filtering:
<Active Wall> can monitor all kinds of Instant Messenger applications, Internet chat tools and P2P tools.
13. FTP filtering:
<Active Wall> can filter the file upload or download through FTP protocols and logs the files transferred.
14. Proxy redirect:
<Active Wall> can build up a transparent proxy service with general proxy servers. This can enable the gateway anti-virus or anti-spam emails.
15. Log output:
<Active Wall> can save the entire network monitoring statistics and the alarm information in defined folders.
16. Email alerts:
By setting a keyword, <Active Wall> can send email alerts informing users about various events.
17. Message alerts:
By setting a keyword, <Active Wall> can transmit some messages to the administrating computer when the key event happens.
18. Log database:
<Active Wall> can save the entire network monitoring statistics and the alarm information into a database, for the convenience of administration.
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