Easy set-up and advanced features of IP routers includes PAT, NAT, port forwarding and stateful firewall.
Simplify device commissioning and troubleshooting with Contemporary Controls’ IP routers. Easy set-up and advanced features including PAT, NAT, port forwarding and stateful firewall. Gigabit, cellular and secure remote access also available.
While Ethernet switches expand a single Ethernet network, Skorpion IP routers connect two Internet Protocol (IP) networks together—passing appropriate traffic while blocking all other traffic using either a wired or wireless connection. Either Ethernet-to-Ethernet (LAN-LAN) or Ethernet-to-modem (LAN-WAN) routing is possible with external DSL or cable modems. CTRLink´s routers provide either NAT or PAT and a host of features, including a stateful firewall which makes a WAN connection as secure as possible.
The Skorpion series of IP routers eases the integration of new machines into the existing network. Each machine consisting of multiple IP devices connects to the LAN side while keeping the same IP settings for the devices and the application, lowering installation cost and eliminating trouble shooting. The IP address for the WAN port on the IP router is the only setting that requires modification allowing multiple machines to reuse the same configuration on the LAN side. VPN models of the routers can provide secure remote access with the use of the RemoteVPN service from Contemporary Controls.