Recommendations for firewall appliance without NAT?

We're currently using the Symantec VPN 100 but it's failing on us. Are there any other such devices that allow you to disable NAT and use real IPs in the LAN? We have a /29 fronting a /27.

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nathanso
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Netgear's FVS328, as one example, supports NAT-off mode but then requires that you designate one and only one IP per service (ftp, http, pop3, etc).

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nathanso

Nearly any device you can buy, which does routing and/or filtering, is capable of that.

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Reply to
Volker Birk

Sure, it's called Drop-In-Mode on the WatchGuard Firebox line.

Not sure about the VPN 100 unit, as we don't do Symantec Firewalls, but take a look at the X700 and higher line of the

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Leythos

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