Cisco Meraki Go GX20 5-Port Security Gateway

Cisco Meraki Go GX20 5-Port Security Gateway
Key Features
  • Router & Firewall Combo
  • 4 x Gigabit Ethernet LAN Ports
  • 1 x 15.5W PoE Compliant LAN Port
  • 1 x Gigabit Ethernet Ethernet WAN Port
Provide your business with added peace of mind with the Meraki Go GX20 5-Port Security Gateway from Cisco, which combines firewall features with a network router. Four Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports are available for connecting wired devices, one of which delivers up to 15.5W of power to Power-over-Ethernet-compatible devices such as access points. Recommended for 50 clients or fewer, the integrated firewall's 250 Mb/s throughput helps to protect against internet threats by blocking websites, prioritizing bandwidth, and setting usage limits for connected devices across the entire network. Connect your compatible broadband modem to the Meraki Go GX20 Security Gateway through the Gigabit Ethernet WAN port, then mount the device onto a desktop or wall using the included kit. You can configure and manage your device from almost anywhere through the Meraki Go mobile app.
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Firewall Throughput
250 Mb/s
500 Mb/s
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