Authonet Zero Trust Cybersecurity Gateway Products



Authonet A300 Zero Trust cybersecurity gateway

300Mb/s throughput

Verify MAC of device, if approved user can connect
MAC not verified, user required to enter password
MAC not verified, user required to 2FA with OTP
Verify MAC of device, user required to enter password
Verify MAC of device, user required to 2FA with OTP

Specify allowed network IP range
Specify blocked network IP range
Specify allowed Internet public IP’s /domains
Specify blocked Internet public IP’s /domains
Website category filtering

Log identified devices requesting authentication
Log unidentified devices
Log failed authentications
Alert admin on a device failure

List the authenticated users
List IP requests not authenticated
Alert admin unknown MAC IP request
Failed authentication, alert admin
Network performance report

The A300 has 300Mb/s throughput and soes not have a limit for the number of people and devices that can be authenticated. The number of people that can be connected to the network depends on the data traffic volume required for the business operations.

Summary of A300 features


The Authonet Zero Trust cybersecurity gateway controls and monitors the connection of devices and users to the network where 75% of cyber attacks originate. The Authonet gateway ensures that only approved devices and users can connect to the network. User authentication includes multi-factor authentication. The Authonet Zero Trust gateway also determines what the user can and cannot access both in the local area network, and in the Internet. Authonet has a subscription cloud management and monitoring service that IT service providers use to provide security surveillance for their customers.


  • Allow only pre-approved devices to connect to the business network.
  • Authenticate users to connect to the network with or without approved devices using a password.
  • For added security authenticate users with 2-factor authentication, an authorization code is obtained from the users mobile device.
  • Determine what network devices the user can access and what network devices are blocked to the user.
  • Determine what Internet IP addresses or domain names that users can access or are blocked from accessing.
  • Content filtering blocks user access to malicious website categories.
  • The authentication page is configurable; use the default settings or customized it.

Authonet A1000 Zero Trust cybersecurity gateway

1Gb/s throughput

Verify MAC of device, if approved user can connect
MAC not verified, user required to enter password
MAC not verified, user required to 2FA with OTP
Verify MAC of device, user required to enter password
Verify MAC of device, user required to 2FA with OTP

Specify allowed network IP range
Specify blocked network IP range
Specify allowed Internet public IP’s /domains
Specify blocked Internet public IP’s /domains
Website category filtering

Log identified devices requesting authentication
Log unidentified devices
Log failed authentications
Alert admin on a device failure

List the authenticated users
List IP requests not authenticated
Alert admin unknown MAC IP request
Failed authentication, alert admin
Network performance report

The A1000 has 1Gb/s throughput and does not have a limit for the number of people and devices that can be authenticated. The number of people that can be connected to the network depends on the data traffic volume required for the business operations.

Summary of A1000 features


The Authonet Zero Trust cybersecurity gateway controls and monitors the connection of devices and users to the network where 75% of cyber attacks originate. The Authonet gateway ensures that only approved devices and users can connect to the network. User authentication includes multi-factor authentication. The Authonet Zero Trust gateway also determines what the user can and cannot access both in the local area network, and in the Internet. Authonet has a subscription cloud management and monitoring service that IT service providers use to provide security surveillance for their customers.


  • Allow only pre-approved devices to connect to the business network.
  • Authenticate users to connect to the network with or without approved devices using a password.
  • For added security authenticate users with 2-factor authentication, an authorization code is obtained from the users mobile device.
  • Determine what network devices the user can access and what network devices are blocked to the user.
  • Determine what Internet IP addresses or domain names that users can access or are blocked from accessing.
  • Content filtering blocks user access to malicious website categories.
  • The authentication page is configurable; use the default settings or customized it.

Authonet product software demonstration


The Authonet Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) cybersecurity gateway features are configured using the software contained in each product. The software ise managed by connecting a computer Ethernet connection to the administrator port, LAN4.


  • The administrator computer can only connect to LAN4.
  • LAN4 must not connect to any part of the business network.
  • Open the administrator browser, type: ulogin.com.
  • First time access requires the administrator to set a password.
  • Subseqqquent accesses require the administrator password.
  • The primary administrator can add other administrators.