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One man show, small IT shop, or a large organisation split across continents. Mudmap has your back.
I've been there, managing multiple devices. It was repetitious, boring at times and slow. Tired of waiting for "pfCentral" to become a reality I built Mudmap. Now you can securely manage your many firewalls quickly and easily.
Its natural to have questions about the service. Questions such as:
To remotely access firewalls, either it will need to be accessible over SSH or a VPN. Mudmap uses SSH as its transport layer, and will only do so using public key authentication.
That doesn't mean you're locked to opening up port 22 to the world, Mudmap let's you chose which port.
The application also creates its own service account user on each device and prohibits root or admin access after installation. Access to the API also requires authentication between Mudmap’s server and the device API. No two devices share API credentials.
Once a device is connected to our servers, it will be able to read and update information on the firewall.
Mudmap provides a convenient interface to view all connected devices at a glance, get the version and online status of each device. It is a near real-time service, designed to provide great visuals without any impact to the firewall’s performance.
It is also possible to view a firewall in detail. Mudmap offers a familiar feel and layout to the traditional pfSense user interface. All major functionality found in a devices user interface also exists in the detailed view within Mudmap’s dashboard.
Mudmap makes managing all your firewalls no matter where they are easy. Once integrated into the system you'll have that central management you've always wanted in a pfSense system.