Aryaka’s edge appliance portfolio, the Aryaka Network Access Point (ANAP), delivers on a virtualized a software-defined edge and branch solution and is part of our SD-WAN and SASE as-a-service solution. The ANAP is included in the services delivery and a key component of our single-pass architecture. The ANAP aggregates multiple WAN connections and provides converged network services including routing, encryption, security, deep packet inspection engine, and traffic management. It also supports redundancy with high-availability configuration options

Aryaka Single-Pass Architecture

The ANAP appliance helps enterprises simplify their edge and branch footprint by consolidating networking and security into a single software-defined and cloud-managed device. It eliminates the need for a multitude of separate, function-specific appliances. The ANAP is the on-ramp to Aryaka’s managed global SD-WAN and SASE solutions and integrates advanced networking, application optimization and acceleration, and security functions.

The ANAP portfolio consists of physical and virtual appliances based on an adaptable white box architecture running the industry-standard Linux operating system, which provides built-in virtualization (KVM) and containerization technology to support Virtual Network Functions (VNFs).

Companies of all sizes can deliver enterprise-class connectivity to remote locations – which often lack qualified IT personnel – within less than 48 hours by leveraging the ANAP’s ZTD (Zero Touch Deployment) model. ZTD means we will ship appliances to any location without the need for a customer’s technician to manually configure the device beforehand. The Aryaka managed network and security services solution helps reduce enterprises CAPEX and OPEX of their WAN and edge/branch infrastructure while delivering on superior application performance and optimal cloud connectivity.

Benefits

Deployment Simplicity and Integrated Design The ANAP comes pre-configured and is easily implemented with a zero-touch deployment model.
Software-defined Solution The ANAP implements networking, application optimization and security services as software functions, built on top of a hardened Linux operating system. It avoids the costly built-in obsolescence of custom architectures.
Built-in SD-WAN The ANAP is an integral component of Aryaka’s network services. It helps enterprises leverage any last-mile transport (MPLS, hardened Internet) and can leverage the high-quality Aryaka core network to attain better than MPLS quality-of-service levels.
HybridWAN support providing Aryaka L2 & L3 Core, MPLS peering, site-to-site Internet and public Internet path options.
Built-in Cloud Network Support Azure Virtual WAN and AWS Transit Gateway support.
Built-in Security The ANAP implements a stateful L3/L4 Firewall, DPI-L7 Firewall to thwart attacks to the branch. It also implements branch traffic segmentation: corporate traffic is kept strictly separate from other types of traffic such as DMZ or Guest WiFi traffic. The ANAP also supports NFV-based virtual firewalls from Tier-1 security vendors.
Redundancy Support for link (dual ISP links) and device (VRRP) redundancy delivers on very high availability requirements (see illustration). Fail-to-wire is supported for inline mode
Better User Experience Deterministic, predictable performance for applications residing in the data center or in the cloud.
Multi-Tenant Solution Aryaka’s ANAP supports up to 32 tenants via micro-segmentation.
Flexible Branch Deployment options including inline, simple routed, hybrid and edge routed mode.
Greater Agility Faster, easier deployment and operation of of your managed SD-WAN and SASE, with greater performance using less bandwidth. Add new revenue generating services in minutes not months.

ANAP Redundancy

Hardware Specifications

ANAP 1500 ANAP 2500/2600 ANAP 3000 ANAP 10000
Bandwidth Up to 150Mbps Up to 650Mbps Up to 1 Gbps Up to 3Gbps
Interface type Copper Copper Copper/Fiber Copper/Fiber
NFV Capable No No/Yes Yes Yes
QoS / WAN Yes Yes Yes Yes
Optimization Yes Yes Yes Yes
Routing Yes Yes Yes Yes
Edge Security Yes Yes Yes Yes
Cloud Security Yes Yes Yes Yes
Connectors Yes Yes Yes Yes
Monitoring Yes Yes Yes Yes
Recommended for Small Sites Medium Sites Large Sites Large/X-Large Sites

ANAP Architecture Highlights

– QoS
Classification and Marking
IP 5-tuple-based marking DSCP/ToS-based classification
DNS lookup
SNI lookup
DPI (Deep Packet Inspection
Class of Service Shaping
5 classes of service with bandwidth reservation/limits Hierarchical
token-bucketbased queuing and shaping
TCP/IP Shaping
TCP-IP flow-level advanced shaper with two classes
Adaptive QoS
Sharing unused ASN link capacity with low priority internet traffic Supported on ERM only and enabled by default
– WAN Optimization
TCP Boost
Minimize latency and congestion avoidance over the last-mile with WAN rate control
ARR
Patented compression and data deduplication algorithms
– Routing
eBGP
eBGP support with Preferred Path selection using AS PATH Prepend and MED (Multi-Exit Discriminator) attributes
MP-BGP and BGP Communities support
Thin RIP (T-RIP)
RIPv2.0-compliant routing advertisements to simplify routing configuration
Static Routing
Static route configuration for local subnets, default gateway and IPSec tunnel gateway Forwarding decision based on 6-tuple match criteria and/or DNS
Policy-based Routing
• Forward to LAN • Forward to Internet • Forward to Aryaka • Drop
Policy-based Routing based on Source Address
Forward packets based on IP source address
Route Filters
Granular 6-tuple policy control to forward/drop Aryaka- and internet-bound traffic
– Redundancy
Edge Redundancy
Dual IPSec tunnels to different ISPs for link redundancy
VARP (Virtual ANAP Redundancy Protocol)
VRRP-like model for ANAP redundancy in active-standby model
ANAP-to-ANAP backup tunnels
Direct IPSEc tunnels between ANAPs across the internet in the unlikely case the primary Aryaka tunnel fails
ISP link redundancy
SMARTlink allows the use of 2 ISP links in an active-active configuration
• Path Selection: Selective routing across the links
• Load Balancing: Distribute traffic across the links on a per-packet basis
• FEC: Replicate or duplicate traffic across the links to recover lost packets
• Timed Replay: flows can be replayed within a link after a delay, to recover lost packets
• Path Loss Recovery (PLR): Introduces a feedback mechanism between the POP and ANAP to determine the exact packets lost during transmission, and recover these packets
MPLS link redundancy
Dual MPLS tunnels with redundant ANAP deployment
– Security
NAT Support
Stateful flow tracking based on NAT policies
• Source NAT support – 1-to-1 NAT, dynamic IP and port
• Destination NAT support – port forwarding and port translation
Firewall and Branch Segmentation
L3/ L4 Stateful Firewall for perimeter firewalling and East-West Branch Segmentation
Multi-Tenancy
Multi-Tenancy support through VRF-based Microsegmentation
Check Point
Hosted VM Next Generation Firwewall as VNF (Virtual Network Function)
Palo Alto Networks
Hosted VM Next Generation Firwewall as VNF (Virtual Network Function)
Zscaler
IPSec IKev1 support (in addition to GRE tunnels)
Private VLANs ANAP Hardening SEC-2
Ability to group a set of VLANs and restrict access only to internet Secure ANAP bootstrap process with secure ANAP image
– Cloud Security Connectors
Check Point
IPsec IKEv1, IKEv2 or GRE tunnels
Policy-based routing between internet, Aryaka and Check Point CloudGuard Connect bound traffic
CloudGuard Connect
MyAryaka for Tunnel Connectivity monitoring to Cloudguard Connect
Zscaler
Support for Redundant GRE tunnels Policy based routing between internet, Aryaka and Zscaler bound traffic MyAryaka support for visibility and configurability
Palo Alto Prisma
IKEv1 based IPsec tunnel Policy based routing between internet, Aryaka and Palo Alto Prisma bound traffic MyAryaka support for visibility and configurability
Symantec
IKEv1 based IPsec tunnel Policy based routing between internet, Aryaka and Symantec bound traffic MyAryaka support for visibility and configurability
– Monitoring
Syslog
Flow logs for packets routed between LAN, internet and Aryaka sites
Flow Logs for packets dropped due to policies or firewall rules
System logs
RFC 5424 support
Key, value pair-based attribute logging for easier parsing
Support for UDP and TCP based connectivity to collector
Netflow
Support for NDE version 1,5 and 9. Default of 9.
Ability to monitor LAN, Internet, cloud security connectors, and Aryaka traffic. 1:1 sampling rate
Flow information is uploaded to ANAP to MyAryaka every 300 seconds
– Virtual Network Function Support
Hosted Virtual Machine (VM)
Support of 3rd party VMs via Linux KVM

About Aryaka

Aryaka, the Cloud-First WAN and SASE company, and a Gartner “Voice of the Customer” leader, makes it easy for enterprises to consume network and network security solutions delivered as-a-service for a variety of modern deployments. Aryaka uniquely combines innovative SD-WAN and security technology with a global network and a managed service approach to offer the industry’s best customer and application experience. The company’s customers include hundreds of global enterprises including several in the Fortune 100.