Product Comparison and Sizing

The Greenbone Security Managers at a Glance

For each company size and application area, Greenbone provides the perfect fit.

The Greenbone Security Manager supports an unlimited number of target IP addresses. Based on a scan every 24 hours, Greenbone provides the number of target IP addresses in the table below. Please choose the device according to your network size and scan frequency.

Check out the features of each model here:

Physical

Appliance

Sensor

Model GSM 6400 GSM 5300 GSM 650 GSM 600 GSM 400 GSM 150 GSM 25
Application Area Large Enterprises / Service Providers Large Enterprises / Service Providers Medium Enterprises / Branch Location Medium Enterprises / Branch Location Medium Enterprises / Branch Location SME / Small Branch Location Sensor for Managed Services / Branch Scans
Target IP Addresses 5,000 – 50,000 3,000 – 30,000 500 – 10,000 500 – 6,000 300 -2000 50 – 500 20 – 300
Scan Ports 0 – 24 GbE/SFP, 0-6 10 GbE 0 – 24 GbE/SFP, 0-6 10 GbE 6 GbE / 2 SFP 6 GbE / 2 SFP 6 GbE / 2 SFP 4 GbE 4 GbE
VLANs  per Port 128

(max. 3074 per device)

64

(max. 1536 per device)

64

(max. 512 per device)

64

(max. 512 per device)

16

(max. 128 per device)

8

(max. 32 per device)

8

(max. 32 per device)

Hot-Swap, Redundant Power Supply & HDD
Max. Sensors 50 30 12 12 2
Airgap Master/Slave USB, FTP USB, FTP USB, FTP USB, FTP USB, FTP FTP (Slave)
HTTPS
IPv6 support
Virtual

Appliance

Sensor

Model GSM 150V GSM MAVEN GSM ONE GSM 25V
Application Area SME / Small Branch Location Special use
(Training, Audit via Laptop)
Special use
(Training, Audit via Laptop)
Sensor for Managed Services / Branch Scans
Target IP Addresses 50 – 500 20-300 20-300 20 – 300
Virtual Ports 4 1 1 4
Port Roles 1 port management/ scan/ update 1 port management/ scan/ update 1 port management/ scan/ update 1 port management/ scan/ update
Slave Sensor Mode
(Managed via Master)
Open VM tools
GMP
HTTPS GUI
Syslog (UDP/TCP/TLS)
Alerts (SMTP, HTTP,…)
IPv6 support
Backup/ Restore VM Snapshot via Hypervisor VM Snapshot via Hypervisor