Multi-domain Management


In big corporations and MSSPs there are different divisions, subsidiaries or companies having separate system, network and needs. Multi-domain management is an important feature for these companies. Multi-domain management refers to the process of managing multiple domains from a single platform or interface.

In multi-domain management, a single tool or system can be used to manage multiple domains, including their settings, configurations, security, and performance.

This can simplify domain management and reduce the need for manual interventions, making it easier for businesses and organizations to manage their online presence.

Multi-domain management allows companies to manage all their domains from a central location, reducing the complexity of managing each domain individually.

It can also improve security by centralizing access control and monitoring for all domains.


Opinnate is a network security policy management system that supports multi-domain management. With its unique feature, different domains have their own settings, firewalls, topology, etc.

Domain names are called virtual areas and can also be renamed according to specific domain name; company, division etc. By the aid of this feature, management from a central UI becomes possible authorization to reach each domain can be identified and resource usage be optimized.

Apart from these TOC of a NSPM solution will become lowered compared to separate system usage approach.

Opinnate multi-domain usage approach brings simplified administration, improving security, and reducing costs to help businesses and organizations to better manage their online presence and focus on their core business objectives.


Choose product package
matching your needs

Lite Package

Basic package that makes policy analysis and reporting easy

Standard Package

The package that also makes rule clean-up and optimization automatically.

Enterprise Package

End-to-end needs on policy management. From analysis to zero-touch automation.

Why Opinnate?

What are the differences?

  • All-in-one policy management 
  • No need for a management product from any firewall vendor
  • More use case scenarios for real needs  
  • Short deployment and enablement

Why are these good for you?

  • Lower TCO  
  • A comprehensive but simpler-to-use solution  
  • Less dependency to tools (Firewall management consoles, firewall analyzer)
  • Less resource usage