FX-150 Din Rail Industrial Appliance

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FX Industrial appliances are DIN rail form factor appliances for use in industrial environments where heat, dust, and vibration are a concern.  The FX-150 with pfSense features 5 Ethernet interfaces and the pfSense® firewall software.

The FX series of network appliances provide a secure, stable, and flexible networking platform that can be used as a Perimeter firewall, router, VPN, and much more. Enclosed within the industrial DIN rail chassis, the FX-150 is a tough, self-contained system. The FX-150 offers power stations, manufacturing facilities, oil and gas fields, and specialized industrial sites a compact, durable, and easy-to-install solution with support for five Gb LAN ports.

Based on a specialized distribution of FreeBSD and started as a fork of the m0n0wall project, pfSense® is designed for low powered x86 installations, allowing for greater performance with embedded processors. The FX-150 with Intel Atom N2600 and 5-port Gb configuration offers a stable, efficient base for the pfSense®
 software powering your network appliance. The entire system mounts easily to a variety of surfaces, including DIN rail, desktop, and wall mounted.


Standard Configuration


  • Intel Atom N2600
  • 2GB DDR3 Ram
  • 4GB CF Card


pfSense® features:
o    Filters by source and destination IP, IP protocol, source and destination port for TCP and UDP traffic


o    Utilizes p0f, an advanced passive OS/network fingerprinting utility to allow you to filter by the Operating System initiating the connection.


o    Has a highly flexible policy routing made possible by selecting gateway on a per-rule basis (for load balancing, failover, multiple WAN, etc.)


o    Allows grouping and naming of IPs, networks and ports. This helps keep your firewall ruleset clean and easy to understand, especially in environments with multiple public IPs and numerous servers.


o    Is transparent layer 2 firewalling capable—can bridge interfaces and filter traffic between them, even allowing for an IP-less firewall Offers packet normalization: enabled in pfSense® by default


o    Has a disable filter: you can turn off the firewall filter entirely if you wish to turn pfSense® into a pure router


o    Has three options for VPN connectivity: IPsec, OpenVPN, and PPTP


o    Is a stateful firewall, allowing fine-tuned control of your state table


o    Has a helpful reporting and monitoring system that maintains historical information on: CPU utilization, total throughput, firewall states, individual throughput for all interfaces, packets-per-second rates for all interfaces, WAN interface gateway(s) ping response times


o    Intuitive Web interface including SSL access


o    Console interface (keyboard/monitor) for recovery situations


o    Flexible stateful packet filtering: block/pass rules, logging, network/host aliases, NAT


o    LAN services: DHCP server, caching DNS forwarder


o    WAN support: DHCP, PPPoE, PPTP, Telstra BigPond Cable, DynDNS


o    Traffic shaping for maximum throughput and traffic prioritization


o    SNMP agent


o    SVG-based graphical traffic monitoring


o    Support for static routes


o    Firmware upgrades available via Web interface


o    Configurable backup/restore