Leveraging a multi-faceted approach, OneLayer Bridge eliminates
blind spots behind cellular routers by detecting and fingerprinting
non-cellular devices. This enhanced visibility enables asset management,
segmentation, and vulnerability management for non-cellular devices,
bolstering the overall security posture of the private cellular network.
Integrating non-cellular devices into a private cellular network can create blind spots that are invisible to standard network monitoring tools. These blind spots introduce potential vulnerabilities and security risks, requiring their elimination to maintain complete visibility and control over all network-connected devices.
Inadequate built-in control mechanisms within routers require efficient identification of unauthorized devices upon connection and enforcement of security measures to prevent unauthorized access.
Unlock the full potential of OneLayer’s unique solution to gain complete visibility behind cellular routers, dongles, hotspots, and more. OneLayer Bridge offers absolute control, visibility and uncompromising security for non-cellular devices within the private cellular network.
OneLayer ensures complete visibility within the private cellular network by identifying and fingerprinting devices behind cellular routers. This process eliminates blind spots, enhancing overall network security.
Tracking Non-Cellular Devices
OneLayer’s proprietary MAC-Lock policy correlates non-cellular devices’ MAC addresses to the router’s unique OneID. This capability allows OneLayer Bridge to actively track and promptly alert about any changes behind the cellular routers, such as unauthorized device replacements or connections.
Detection and Response
OneLayer Bridge rapidly identifies and responds to network changes, ensuring immediate action to prevent unauthorized device alterations behind the cellular routers. This swift detection and response mechanism preserves the network’s integrity.
Control Devices Behind Cellular Routers