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Items tagged with: VPN

Linksys RVL200 Review: No Hassle SOHO / SMB VPN

Linksys RVL200 Review: No Hassle SOHO / SMB VPNLinksys' sleeper product uses your web browser to launch SSL VPN tunnels and free you from the hassles of getting IPsec tunnels to work.

NETGEAR FVX538 ProSafe VPN Firewall 200 Review: Strong Promise, Disappointing Performance

NETGEAR FVX538 ProSafe VPN Firewall 200This 200 IPsec tunnel VPN dual WAN router has strong hardware, but lacks firmware to make the best use of it.

Linksys RV042 Review: Solid Dual WAN, VPN Performer

Linksys RV042 Review: Solid Dual WAN, VPN PerformerThe Linksys RV042 packs a lot of small-biz routing features into a compact chassis.

D-Link DFL-CPG310 Review: Decent UTM, Funky VPN

D-Link DFL-CPG310 Review: Decent UTM, Funky VPND-Link and Checkpoint have put together a nice small-biz UTM gateway. Too bad that the bundled VPN client isn't equally useful.

Netgear FVS124G Review: Dual WAN, Gigabit LAN, 25 VPN tunnels

Netgear FVS124GThis 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.

Sonicwall TZ190 Review: UTM + WWAN

Sonicwall TZ190UTM (Unified Threat Management) appliances are the current hot trend. But Sonicwall has upped the ante by throwing in WWAN access.

The Tao of Multimedia Production Networking - Part 3

The Tao of Multimedia Production Networking - Part 3In the final chapter, we find out about wireless and VPN and whether our hero gets the girl.

D-Link announces SMB VPN firewall

D-Link yesterday announced a new VPN SSL Firewall targeted at SMB buyers.

The D-Link DFL-S500 protects against viruses, worms, spyware, and hackers on VPN connections by integrating network and endpoint security. The firewall has seven LAN ports, two WAN ports, and a user-configurable server port. Other features include remote management, bandwidth control and access policies, SNMP support and e-mail alerts

The DFL-S500 is expected to ship by the end of June. Pricing was not announced.

SonicWALL updates SSL-VPNs

SonicWALL announced today that it has expanded the capabilities of its SSL-VPN series with new industry certifications and feature enhancements.

SonicWALL Firmware Version 2.1 for its SSL-VPN 2000 and 4000 appliances adds drag-and-drop functionality in the new Java version of the file shares applet. This new firmware version also provides LDAP authentication capabilities for multiple organizational units, and offers access control based on both existing Active Directory group and RADIUS group memberships.

Sonicwall SSL-VPN-200 Review: SSL for SMBs

Sonicwall SSL-VPN-200Sonicwall's SSL gateway gets along with browsers besides IE, and supports Vista. But it needs work on evening out throughput.
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