Other features include AD/LDAP/RADIUS authentication support, unified policy management with object-based configuration, dual-mode (NAT-/DMZ-Mode) installation with setup wizard and upport for authentication tokens.
Also announced was the ZyWALL-2WG mobile Internet security appliance. It is a wireless dual-band router that can connect to HSDPA / GSM / EDGE 3G networks via a service provider's card inserted into an integrated CardBus slot. The ZyWALL-2WG supports WAN backup, load balancing Fail-Over and Fail-Back technologies and features an SPI firewall, IPsec VPN support and content filtering.
Both products will be available later this quarter. Pricing will be "under $300" for the ZyWALL SSL-10, but was not announced for the ZyWALL-2WG.
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