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Infoblox

Infoblox platforms integrate, distribute and manage core network services such as DNS, DHCP, IPAM (IP Address Management), RADIUS, TFTP, NTP and more. Having reliable core network services is essential for newer demanding applications such as VoIP where these are a requirement.

Infoblox addresses all these core network services in a manageable, scalable and redundant architecture. Infoblox provides utility grade domain name resolution, IP assignment and management, authentication, authorization and network time for small to massive enterprises.

Top 10 Reasons to use Infoblox to secure your network

Infoblox Appliances are built from the ground up with security in mind. With an overall design objective to defeat attempts to hack into the appliance, the Operating System is not off-the-shelf, the kernel has been hardened, and only required interfaces are enabled.
The Infoblox database is password-protected and even configuration files are not stored in clear-text. Password standards are configurable by the administrator. Even individuals with physical access cannot connect to the device or even view the LCD screen without authorization.
Infoblox provides multilayered protection against even massive, botnet-driven Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. On top of the highest capacity DNS solution on the planet, DNS protection includes intelligent DDOS detection, traffic rate limiting, Anycast capabilities to distribute load, and more.
Infoblox has built a comprehensive set of security extensions to BIND that as a whole provide the richest functionality in the market as well as the ability to leverage partner capabilities. These capabilities include blacklisting, NXDOMAIN Redirect, DNSSEC, HSM, hardware authentication, and more.
Infoblox runs in some of the most secure environments in the USA and the world. While they aren’t allowed to even discuss many of those customers, Infoblox current certifications include JITC Certifications for IPv6 and others, such as Common Criteria, are in process.
Security throughout the Infoblox Grid prevents Man-in-the-Middle attacks via use of VPN, encrypted communications, HTTPS, separate management port, and more.
The Infoblox Grid architecture with redundant Grid Masters ensures that your DNS lifeblood will continue to flow, automatically and transparently, even if a regional disaster strikes.
Ability to set granular permissions at the object level means that you can grant access exactly and only to what’s needed by that device, application, or person.
The Grid Architecture provides very high availability by design. Further, Infoblox’s security is not impacted by Operating System updates, database patches, and other server-related tasks. Once Infoblox issues a security fix, it can be immediately resolved by a live or scheduled code push.
Infoblox provides full logging of all administrative changes and reporting capabilities to ensure that you can audit security both externally and internally.
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Infoblox Trinzic Appliances for DNS, DHCP and IPAM

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  • Small branch office - Trinzic 100

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    The Infoblox Trinzic 100 network services appliance is designed to serve small enterprise and branch-office applications. It cannot be standalone and therefore must be a grid member. It is ideal for multiple small retail or small branch needs.
    - 1,500 DNS queries per second
    - 14 DHCP leases per second

    List price: Starts at USD $2,195.
  • Small branch office - Trinzic 810

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    The Infoblox Trinzic 810 network services appliance is designed to serve small enterprise and branch-office applications, and can be deployed as a standalone unit or in high-availability pairs. The Trinzic-810 breaks the “white box barrier” because it’s priced at little or no premium to general-purpose servers with standard operating systems.
    - 4,000 DNS queries per second
    - 60 DHCP leases per second

    List price: Starts at USD $4,995.
  • Small / Medium enterprise - Trinzic 820

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    The Infoblox Trinzic 820 network services appliance is designed to serve small to medium enterprises and regional branch-office applications. The Trinzic-820 can be deployed stand alone, as a Grid member or as a Grid master for smaller Grids.
    - 15,000 DNS queries per second
    - 105 DHCP leases per second

    List price: Starts at USD $5,895.
  • Medium / Large enterprise - Trinzic 1410

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    The Infoblox Trinzic 1410 network services appliance platform is designed to serve small and medium-sized enterprises and branch-office applications. The Trinzic-1410 and can be deployed as a standalone unit or in high-availability pairs.
    - 30,000 DNS queries per second
    - 210 DHCP leases per second

    List price: Starts at USD $11,845
  • Large enterprise - Trinzic 1420

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    The Infoblox Trinzic 1420 is designed to serve medium sized and large enterprises in headquarters and regional office environments.

    - 50,000 DNS queries per second
    - 300 DHCP leases per second

    List price: Starts at USD $17,195.
  • Service provider - Trinzic 2210, 2220, 4010

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    The Trinzic 22xx series and 4010 platforms are designed for deployment in data centers, large enterprises, and service provider environments.
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    Trinzic 2210:
    - 61,000 DNS queries per second
    - 375 DHCP leases per second
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    Trinzic 2220:
    - 143,000 DNS queries per second
    - 600 DHCP leases per second
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    Trinzic 4010:
    - 200,000 DNS queries per second
    - 1,020 DHCP leases per second
  • Virtual Appliance

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    Infoblox vNIOS virtual appliances are full-featured software instances of the NIOS operating system built for non-Infoblox platforms that take advantage of virtualization technology. By running multiple, virtual instances of servers and/or appliances on a single hardware platform, virtualization reduces the number of physical machines required and delivers the associated benefits of reduced real estate, power, cooling and operations costs.

    Like NIOS running on Infoblox hardware, vNIOS includes a full suite of core mission-critical IP network services, which represent the building blocks of a highly automated and resilient network infrastructure: DNS, DHCP, IPAM, FTP, TFTP and HTTP.
  • Legacy: IB-250, IB-550, IB-1050, IB-1550, IB-xxx

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  • Infoblox Core Network Services Features

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    • HA (High Availability cluster) for reliable DNS, DHCP, NTP and TFTP (especially important for IP Phones, also DHCP failover)
    • Available as hardware appliances and now virtual appliances too
    • Automates and simplifies DNSSEC deployment and management
    • IPv6 address management
    • Provide connectivity using IPv6 DNS (AAAA records) and DNS64
    • Lease history for DHCP
    • Unified GUI for DHCP and DNS
    • Recycle bin to undo mistakes and recover lost items
    • IPAM (IP Address Management)
    • Extensive logging including audit logging
    • Delegated authority for dividing up responsibilities
    • DNS appliance and DNS server
    • DHCP appliance and DHCP server
    • NTP appliance and NTP server
    Trinzic Series adds:
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    Energy Efficiency: Highly efficient components, intelligent power management, consumption and cooling features, such as turning off unused Ethernet ports; power supplies are in compliance with environmental standards, including ETSI EN 300 019-1-3, Energy Star and 80 Plus efficiency.
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    Lights Out/Remote Management: Proactive monitoring and alerts for power, temperature CPU usage issues and more; remote management features reduce on-site maintenance visits resulting in more cost-effective operations, and Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) 2.0-compliant for enhanced remote site communication and management.
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    High Availability: Redundant and field-replaceable power supplies, fans and disks as well as the use of error-correction code (ECC) memory providing a high level of stability and reliability.
Cricket Liu, head of Infoblox Architecture is an internationally known author and highly recognized author in DNS. Trust Infoblox and Altaware, Inc. for a secure robust simple appliance based DNS to go beyond just using BIND or Microsoft. Eliminate problems like scavenging, data entry errors and lack of auditing.
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