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Hirschmann EAGLE One

Industrial firewall and security router


The EAGLE One industrial security router is a milestone for data security in automation.

With a unique range of services, it can provide all-round protection for your networks – an essential prerequisite for
smooth production processes.

The EAGLE One is a cost-effective solution for all-round data communication protection. Extensive Layer 2 and Layer 3 redundancy features, combined with other highlights such as NAT and firewall, not only guarantee maximum data security but also make it easy to integrate your production facilities into the network.


  • All-round protection of automation networks with an optimal price-performance ratio
  • Redundant backbone connections for production cells
  • Firewall Learning Mode for easy and smooth commissioning
  • Router redundancy plus stateful firewall and 1:1 NAT in Layer 3 mode
  • Text-based configuration file for automated pre-configuration
  • User-friendly configuration and diagnostics via Industrial HiVision, HiView, HiDiscovery, offline configuration tool and web interface
  • Transparent Layer 2 mode (e.g. for RSTP and MRP)
  • Wide range of transmission and encryption standards (PPPoE, PPP, IKEv1/v2, IPsec, NAT)
  • A variety of security mechanisms (stateful packet inspection firewall, VPN)
  • Digital input for controlling VPN connections
  • Numerous management functions (SNMPv3, SSH2/SFTP, HTTPS, V.24 CLI, SSH1, SNMPv1/2)
  • Optional extended operating temperature range from -40°C to +70°C (standard is 0°C to +60°C)
  • Variants for twisted-pair cables (RJ45) and multimode fibers (SC)
  • Robust metal housing for DIN rail mounting
  • Meets principal standards and approvals:
    – Energy sector: IEC 61850-3, IEEE 1613
    – Hazardous areas: ATEX, ISA-12.12.01 Class 1 Div. 2
    – Transport sector: EN 50121-4
    – Shipping: Germanischer Lloyd
  • Identical software to the EAGLE20, with identical housing dimensions
  • Perfectly tailored for use with all Ethernet products from Hirschmann, GarrettCom and Belden