With workers and offices located all over, your firewall must be ready for anything.

Firewalls can provide different levels of protection. The key is determining how much protection you need.

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Tracenet, securely connecting customers in a digital world

Tracenet IT Solutions is a company specialized in consulting, managed services, training and integration of solutions in Information Technology and Telecommunication. It has been operating in the market since 2008, being certified and recognized by the main IT and Telecom manufacturers.

The company has offices in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Santa Catarina and Florida – USA.


Functionalities and Benefits

IPS (Intrusion Prevention System)

An IPS is a network security and threat prevention technology that monitors your network traffic, detects and prevents malicious activities based on signatures.

Application awareness

Built-in recognition of applications in order to detect and restrict certain applications and helping to prevent hacking attacks.

Fault tolerance

 A fault tolerant environment with two or more firewalls in cluster prevents service interruption maintaining the network operation by the other firewalls in HA (High Availability).

Wan failover

Prevent disruption of network connections and applications by monitoring WAN links. 


Solution that offers visibility into network traffic and capability to take actions, protecting, providing multi-paths to better control of VPNs and advanced routing.


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  • Consulting for the elaboration of comprehensive and reliable security policies;
  • Data network vulnerability analysis;
  • Network security projects;
    Troubleshooting security solutions;
  • Audit in the configurations of existing security devices, servers and network assets;
  • Risk analysis and response to security incidents;
  • Continuous support for security solutions;
  • Management of the security infrastructure through SOC;


  • Design of wireless network and equipment sizing;
  • Detailed site-survey;
  • Implementation and configuration of the dimensioned solutions;
  • Support and Maintenance;
  • Vulnerability analysis of wireless networks;
  • Design of QoS architecture in wireless networks;
  • Security projects for wireless networks;
  • IP telephony projects over wireless networks;
  • Management of the customer’s wireless network infrastructure;
  • Outsourcing of indoor and outdoor wireless solutions.

Enterprise Network Project

  • Analysis of scalability and traffic interest of the network;
  • Segmentation of the network by VLAN;
  • Contingency of network services;
  • Implementation of Layer 2 (switching) and Layer 3 (routing) protocols;
  • Network Automation, WAN optimization and traffic balancing;
  • Audit in LAN and WAN projects;
  • Broadband, Metro Ethernet and MPLS communications network architectures;
  • Quality of Service (QoS) Architecture Project;
  • Management of LAN and WAN services through NOC.

Collaboration and Unified Communication

  • Strategic Analysis of the current Corporate Telephone System;
  • Design, design and implementation of unified communications solutions;
  • Audit, update and troubleshooting of unified communications solutions;
  • Integration of collaboration systems and new resources;
  • Dialing of dialed numbers and visibility by cost center;
  • Management of the client’s unified communications infrastructure;
  • Outsourcing of IP Telephony, Contact Center and Videoconference solutions.

Digital Transformation

  • Constant connectivity;
  • Corporate Campus Networks;
  • Data Center Networks;
  • Communication between parent and subsidiaries;
  • Industrial Networks;
  • SDN end-to-end.

Data Center

  • Consolidation of servers and backup;
  • Creation of customized Clouds (Private, Public and Hybrid);
  • Physical Data Center projects (structured cabling, UPS, physical security, precision air conditioning and generators);
  • Unified Fabric projects integrating Ethernet and SAN traffic;
  • Unified Computing and Storage Projects;
  • Virtualization of servers and network resources;
  • Advanced Datacenter Construction Projects in Containers.

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A next-generation firewall (NGFW) is a network security device that provides capabilities beyond a traditional firewall. They have more levels of security, helping you to anticipate attacks, act previously and simplify processes.

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Read our FAQ

A firewall is a security system that monitors and controls incoming and outgoing network traffic based on predetermined security rules. A firewall can be implemented as hardware, software, or a combination of both.

A firewall works by inspecting the incoming and outgoing network traffic and allowing or blocking it based on a set of rules. These rules can be based on various criteria such as the source and destination of the traffic, the type of traffic, and the port being used.

There are several benefits of using a firewall, including:

  • Protecting against external threats such as malware, viruses, and hackers
  • Controlling access to and from a network
  • Enhancing privacy by blocking unwanted traffic
  • Improving network performance by blocking unnecessary traffic

Yes, it’s possible, but this typically requires a high level of technical expertise and specialized tools.  To prevent this from happening, it is important to regularly update firmwares and signatures, also keep the maintenance of the firewall up to date, and always use strong and unique passwords for all accounts.

No, a firewall and an antivirus are two different types of security software, still a Firewall can have Antivirus signatures to check the network traffic and prevents viruses and worms from spreading abroad the network. A firewall is designed to protect a network or device from internal and external threats, while an antivirus is designed to protect an endpoint device from malware and other types of malicious softwares. It is recommended to use both a firewall and an antivirus to provide comprehensive protection for your devices and network.

for your devices and network.