Overall Satisfaction with Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Software
Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance is an effective product for routing, Nat, and VPN services. We have implemented [it] in our organization and we have configured IPSec site-to-site VPN with all our clients and also configured [Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance] AnyConnect remote VPN for our work from users. There are lots of options in Nat so you can easily modify the nat as per requirement.
- Failover Feature
- IPsec VPN
- Cisco AnyConnect VPN
- Quality of service
- Policy based routing
- Support all routing protocols
- Both IPV4 & IPv6 support
- Load balancing
- Very easy CLI commands
- GUI is not user friendly
- Helpful technical support
- Low cost
- Easy to configure and manage
- Documentation available to help
We have a startup and this is our first organization. We researched lots of firewalls but the price was very high so we decided to purchase the Cisco ASA. It provides us [a lot] of features at a low cost. Cisco ASA provides us router functionality [as well] so it is easy for us to deploy and configure.
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[Cisco ASA] is the best firewall for small and middle-sized organizations. We have a startup and have a very limited budget for network security so we decided to purchase [the] Cisco ASA firewall. [Cisco ASA] is very easy to configure and manage. Technical support is really good. If you have Cisco ASA then you don't have to purchase the router for your organization. It has all the router functionality.