The SRX300 line of Firewalls provides next-generation security, networking, and SD‑WAN capabilities to meet the changing needs of your cloud-enabled, AI-driven enterprise network. Managing the SRX300 line of Firewalls via the Juniper Mist cloud simplifies your branch operations. Whether you’re adding new applications in multiple locations, connecting to the cloud, or striving to improve operational efficiency, the SRX320 can help with scalable, secure, and easy-to-manage connectivity.
The SRX320 supports next-generation firewall features such as intrusion prevention, application visibility and control, and content security features that include anti-virus, anti-spam, and enhanced Web filtering.
Advanced Threat Prevention provides comprehensive threat defense with dynamic malware detection, SecIntel threat feeds, Encrypted Traffic Insights, and Adaptive Threat Profiling.
Features + Benefits
Unifies control of WAN connections across multiple types of network interfaces while managing and securing MPLS, broadband, and 4G LTE wireless links across supported legacy interfaces.
Juniper Mist WAN Assurance
Simplifies operations, provides visibility into end-user experiences with application-based context, and shortens WAN mean time to repair (MTTR).
Advanced Threat Prevention
Dynamic threat protection with Juniper Advanced Threat Prevention, including malware sandboxing, threat intelligence feeds, and Encrypted Traffic Insights to detect malware hidden in SSL-encrypted traffic.
Detect and mitigate threats through software-enabled next-generation firewall (NGFW) features, including intrusion prevention system (IPS), application security (AppSecure), user ID and role-based access controls, and content security (network anti-virus, anti-spam, and enhanced Web filtering).
WAN and Wi-Fi Modules
Flexible, redundant WAN modules include T1/E1, ADSL2/2+, VDSL2, and 3G/4G LTE options. The Wi-Fi module offers 802.11ac Wave 2 wireless access for business users, guests, and IoT devices.
Enables you to tailor security and management policies based on zones, VLANs, and IPsec VPNs and to use virtual routers to create internal, external, and DMZ subgroups.
On/off-box capabilities enable the automatic, remote configuration of network and security policies and settings on SRX devices.
Zero-Touch Provisioning (ZTP) simplifies initial deployments in branches where IT resources may be limited or unavailable.