What public IP does a client go out with?
815Gateway offers several nat possibilities, from doing optimized dynamic nat, 1-to-many nat, 1-to-1 nat, direct public on client cpe, netmap, etc. Depending on the availability of public IPs that the ISP has, it seeks to optimize the allocation of this resource in the best way.
Can I easily open ports?
Ports can be easily forwarded, as well as being assigned based on subscriber name, which ensures that if any configuration changes are made, the forwarding will still work. The firewall allows you to easily allow or block connections in one way or another.
How do I assign a public IP to a client?
If the isp has enough public ip addresses, 815Gateway can route publics directly to subscribers without doing any nat.
Can I put 815Gateway in the cloud?
815Gateway is software that is installed on hardware, and that hardware becomes a router. This router has to be between the subscribers and the border router to maximize benefits and make the best possible management of resources, that is, to take advantage of all the benefits of the solution, the bandwidth must pass through the equipment over which 815Gateway is executed.
Does 815Gateway support pppoe?
Yes, it supports pppoe, as well as static ip and dhcp.
Can I put 815Gateway in a virtual machine?
It is technically possible to put 815Gateway in a virtualized environment, but this is only recommended for small deployments. When the number of subscribers or bandwidth increases, it is ideal to be able to optimize the use of the hardware to the maximum, for this we need direct access to it, which is not possible in a virtual environment.