Brandon Teska walks you through using this award-winning open source SSL VPN to securely link two networks over the Internet.
Netgear today announced a new dual-mode security gateway that provides simultaneous support for up to 25 IPsec and 10 SSL VPN tunnels.
The ProSafe Dual WAN Gigabit SSL VPN Firewall (FVS336G) has two gigabit WAN ports supporting load-balancing and fail-over modes and an integrated four-port 10/100/1000 Mbps switch.
D-Link and Checkpoint have put together a nice small-biz UTM gateway. Too bad that the bundled VPN client isn't equally useful.
This dual-WAN IPsec endpoint router was ahead of its time with its gigabit LAN switch. But it could use more juice to support all its IPsec tunnels.
The RVS4000 has just about every routing feature you could want. But it might put a crimp in your download speed.
Looking for a multi-tunnel IPsec endpoint router on a tight budget? Craig Ellison thinks that the FVS114 just might do the trick.
Multi-Tech Systems today announced two wireless routers with PPTP/IPsec VPN endpoint capability. The new RouteFinder SOHO Security Appliances are aimed at branch offices that need secure access to a corporate LAN while providing the convenience of Wi-Fi.
The new appliances combine a stateful packet inspection firewall supporting up to 15 client-to-LAN or LAN-to-LAN IPSec or PPTP VPN tunnels and 3DES / AES encryption with an 802.11b/g Wi-Fi router. Other features include browser-based management, syslog support and built-in 4 port 10/100 switch.
Zyxel's entry-level security appliance packs a lot into a small box. Tim Higgins reviews.
How much would you pay for a four-point SPI router with 802.11g access point, USB print server and built-in VPN endpoint? If you think about $200 is too much, would you change your mind if it handled LAN-LAN and Remote-LAN PPTP, IPsec and L2TP VPN tunnels on both the wired and wireless sides? And how about if it threw in VLAN and Bandwidth control? Come read our review to see how Draytek's Vigor 2900g Broadband Security Router does it all.
If you have an inexpensive IPsec VPN endpoint router and want to connect to the LAN behind it while you're on the road, you'll need to use a VPN client. Microsoft has included an IPsec client in Win 2000 and XP, but it is not the most intuitive thing to configure, and many have given up trying in frustration.