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Forcepoint solutions on Forcepoint appliance platforms
 













Forcepoint DLP with Email Gateway for Microsoft Office 365
For detailed information about deploying any of the Forcepoint DLP solutions on Forcepoint appliances, see the Forcepoint DLP section of the Forcepoint documentation page.
For detailed information about deploying Forcepoint Web Security Cloud with an i-Series appliance, see the Forcepoint i-Series Appliance section of the Forcepoint documentation page.
V Series specifications
1 rack-unit form factor
See the V Series Appliance datasheet (PDF on the Forcepoint website) for specifications of the currently shipping model.
V10000 specifications
Supported solutions
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Supported models with v8.4
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Network interfaces
All V10000 appliances come with 6 physical Ethernet interfaces
C — Supports Forcepoint appliance management communication
P1, P2 — Support Content Gateway (web proxy) traffic (Forcepoint Web Security only)
E1, E2 —Support MTA traffic (Forcepoint Email Security)
N — Supports Network Agent (Web protection solutions)
Interface bonding: With Forcepoint Web Security and Forcepoint Email Security, interfaces P1 and E1 can be bonded, and interfaces P2 and E2 can be bonded.
V5000 specifications
Supported solutions
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Supported models with v8.4
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Network interfaces
All V5000 appliances come with 4 physical Ethernet interfaces.
C — Supports Forcepoint appliance management communication
P1, P2 — Support Content Gateway (web proxy) traffic (Forcepoint Web Security) or MTA traffic (Forcepoint Email Security)
N — Supports Network Agent (Web protection solutions)
X Series specifications
10 rack-unit form factor; chassis hosts up to 16 X10G blade servers
See the X Series Appliance datasheet (PDF on the Forcepoint website) for specifications of the currently shipping model.
Supported solutions
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Supported models with v8.4
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Network interfaces
All X Series appliances come with 2 PowerConnect M6220 switches. Each supports 2 10GbE SFP+ ports.
All X10G security blades support 3 virtual Ethernet interfaces.
C — Supports Forcepoint appliance management communication
P1, P2 — Support Content Gateway (web proxy) traffic (Forcepoint Web Security) or MTA traffic (Forcepoint Email Security)
Forcepoint Virtual Appliance for Web and Email specifications
ESXi VMware
Version 8.4 Web and Email Virtual Appliances are certified for VMware ESXi 6.5 / 6.0 / 5.5. A stable release of ESXi, such as 6.5d (build 5310538) or later, is recommended to avoid unexpected issues.
Supported solutions
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TRITON AP-EMAIL VM specification
The install OVA creates a virtual machine with the following specifications:
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Important 
Network interfaces:
All Forcepoint Email Security VMware virtual appliances come with 4 virtual Ethernet interfaces.
C - Supports Forcepoint appliance management communication
P1, P2 - Support MTA traffic
N - Reserved
Forcepoint Web Security VM specification
 
Note 
The policy mode Filtering only is not supported on VMware virtual appliances with version 8.4.0.
The install OVA creates a virtual machine with the following specifications:
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Important 
Network interfaces
All Forcepoint Web Security VMware virtual appliances come with 4 virtual Ethernet interfaces.
C - Supports Forcepoint appliance management communication
P1, P2 - Support Content Gateway web proxy traffic
N - Reserved; Network Agent and Content Gateway decryption port mirror are not supported on VMware virtual appliances in v8.4.0.

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