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Firewall Solutions
Don't overlook these core considerations when implementing VoIP or you may find yourself in the middle of a disaster. Plan properly to ensure a successful deployment.
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Overview

VoIP Thailand’s firewalls are designed for Onsite and Hosted IP PBX Solutions and recommended for usage in conjunction with Grandstream and Yeastar Onsite IP PBX Solutions. In combination with more than 15 extension phones in one office location we also recommend our firewall with our Hosted IP PBX Solutions. Our Firewall Solutions are also separately available as a “Stand Alone” Solution for business.


VoIP Thailand provides professional Firewall Solutions to secure your IP Phone System from outside attacks. With our managed Firewall Solutions your companies Network stays protected from outside intruders trying to hack into your network.

Below you can find some of our Firewalls key features:




The initial setup fee is 4950 THB + VAT. Our competent IT Team will setup and install the firewall at your office (Bangkok Area) (Other Areas in Thailand + Travelling fees) The initial setup usually takes 1x working day. (We can arrange the Setup on a Saturday or Sunday to keep your office downtime at a minimum.

You will invoice a monthly fee of 1950 Baht + VAT (Standard Edition) 2450 THB + VAT (Pro Edition) per month for the Management of the firewall. The contract can be canceled to the end of each month. (1 month notice) If you want you can pay for 1 year in advance. Than you would pay 19.950 THB + VAT (Standard Edition) 24.500 THB (Pro Edition) per year. (2 month free).


The Firewall remains VoIP Thailand’s property and has to be returned after you cancel the contract with us. If the firewall has any defects we will replace it within 1 working day. If you need more information just contact us any time.


Did you know...


From Aug 23, private firms, organizations and government agencies will be required to store all internet traffic data for 90 days so it is available as digital evidence for police. Pol Col Yannapol Youngyuen, Commander of the Bureau of Technology and Cyber Crime at the Department of Special Investigation, said the IT Ministry order has no exceptions and will include banks, hotels, schools, and internet cafes. He said internet cafes will also be required to collect information to identify computer users, such as ID cards *passports?*, time of logging in, and sites visited. Shops that fail to heed the rules will face fines up to 500,000 baht, he said.