There are different models of wFirewall for different use cases:

wFirewall 1GbE Series (WFW-1GBE)

wFirewall 1GbE Series Rack Mount Model with 6x 1GbE Ports

wFirewall 1GbE Series Desktop Model with 4x 1GbE Ports

wFirewall 10GbE Series (WFW-10GBE)

wFirewall 10GbE Series Rack Mount Model with
– 2x 10GbE Ports
– 4x 1GbE Ports

wFirewall 40GbE Series (WFW-40GBE)

wFirewall 40GbE Series Rack Mount Model with
– 2x 40GbE Ports
– 2x 10GbE Ports
– 8x 1GbE Ports


wFirewall Virtual Appliance Series for VMware / Hyper-V / KVM
– 10x Virtual 10GbE Ports

The wFirewall appliances and virtual appliances support the following features:

  • Filtering by source and destination IP, IP protocol, source and destination port for TCP and UDP traffic
  • Limit simultaneous connections on a per-rule basis
  • Advanced passive OS/network fingerprinting to allow filtering by the Operating System initiating the connection.
  • Option to log or not log traffic matching each rule.
  • Highly flexible policy routing possible by selecting gateway on a per-rule basis (for load balancing, failover, multiple WAN, etc.)
  • Aliases allow grouping and naming of IPs, networks and ports.
  • Transparent layer 2 firewalling (i.e. bridge mode firewall
  • IP-less firewall
  • Packet normalization
  • Disable filter (i.e. pure router)
  • Limit simultaneous client connections
  • Limit states per host
  • Limit new connections per second
  • Define state timeout
  • Define state type
  • Port forwards including ranges and the use of multiple public IPs
  • 1:1 NAT for individual IPs or entire subnets.
  • Outbound NAT
  • NAT Reflection – NAT reflection is possible so services can be accessed by public IP from internal networks
  • High Availability
  • Multi-WAN
  • Virtual Private Network (VPN)
  • Reporting and Monitoring
  • Dynamic DNS
  • Captive Portal
  • DHCP Server and Relay