SonicWALL Reassembly-Free Deep Packet Inspection Scotland.

UTM works best when it scans entire packets. RFDPI audits 100% of traffic
stateful inspection only audits 2%!

Traditional “stateful” packet inspection products can let attacks slip through to your network. Stateful solutions only scan the packet headers. This misses threats hidden in the data portion of packets. To really protect against all internal and external threats, network security needs to scan all traffic over every protocol and port.

In contrast, UTM solutions that use Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) technology are designed to audit the entire packet, every packet. But while DPI offers the best protection, it can also decrease network throughput. To break through the DPI speed barrier, SonicWALL has engineered and patented a real-time, full-packet DPI technology called Reassembly-free Deep Packet Inspection™ (RFDPI™).


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SonicWALL Reassembly-Free Deep Packet Inspection is built for Scalable real-time UTM

SonicWALL RFDPI can handle the scanning of unlimited file sizes and an unlimited number of connections on the network—all in real time.
Unlike all other DPI methods, RFDPI isn’t required to halt and store traffic in memory.
Often, this limitation requires administrators to either pass traffic unchecked when under excessive load, or block all traffic, even legitimate business communication.
RFDPI doesn’t limit the size of a file that a user can download, nor the number of users that can be protected at one time.

Multi-core processors cut overhead and complexity

Multi-core architecture is designed to maximize performance and scalability, while minimizing power consumption. It does this by combining application-specific hardware acceleration with high-performance multi-core processor architecture techniques.
This optimal combination off ers high-performance and efficient solutions for packet, content and security processing. When compared to alternative architectures, multi-core architectures also offers much greater efficiency in lowering power consumption.

SonicWALL Deep Packet Inspection processor diagram


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