The Safe N’ Sound team is ready to assist you with your networking needs in almost any scenario. The main three categories of services we offer are:


Network Security

The Network Security services offered by Safe N’ Sound work with you to control access into and out of your network. Some examples of scenarios we can help you with are:

  • Allowing access into hosted services for outside access, such as self-hosted mail systems,  devices that need vendor access, DVR cameras, and more.
  • Restrict access to the above based on IP, network range, dynamic DNS hostname, or only allow access with a VPN/VPN Client.
  • Restrict outbound traffic to reduce impact of infections, for example, only allow outbound e-mail to a mail server you specify, or only allow outbound e-mail access from a specific internal mail server.
  • Restrict or remove internet access from certain workstations or devices.
  • Allow you to leverage multiple external IP addresses for use with inbound NAT (port forwards), outbound NAT (forcing certain services to use separate IPs), 1:1 NAT, or using them directly on a routed or bridged interface.


Content & Destination Control

With SNS Elite and other custom models, you can control content accessible from your network in many ways. The most common requests are:

  • Prevent users or machines from accessing specific sites (default allow)
  • Allow users or machines to only access specific sites (default deny)
  • Restrict users or machines from accessing certain classes of sites (social networks, music, video, etc) via blacklists
  • Make exceptions to the above so only certain employees (managers, or those with social media responsibilities) can reach sites restricted to others.



Safe N’ Sound can secure and connect your sites and users with Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). With a VPN, your locations can communicate with each other as if they were right next door, and your data and communications are protected using the latest cutting-edge encryption algorithms.

With a VPN you can not only allow your remote offices to talk to the main office, but they can also talk to each other, either directly or through the main office. Any access between them can be restricted or allowed however you like.

By setting up a remote access VPN you can also let those working from home or on the road access internal services as if they were on your local network, without exposing sensitive services to external access. VPNs can be secured by certificates as well as shared keys and usernames/passwords. If you have an existing authentication server (such as an Active Directory Domain Controller or RADIUS server) the VPN can authenticate against that as well.