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SSL VPN Plus is a breakthrough in secure network access that delivers the ease of use and zero-client administration of SSL VPNs with the functional benefits of conventional IPSec VPNs, but with far greater throughput.
|Faster, easier and less expensive to deploy than IPSec VPNs, SSL VPN Plus reduces costs and increases IT control by eliminating the configuration, management and support complexities of IPSec VPN clients. Able to perform in both client-to-site configurations and site-to-site configurations, SSL VPN Plus is the IPsec VPN replacement for secure remote access.|
All new generation NetPilot appliances come with Neoaccel 3 rd Generation SSL VPN Plus built-in. A free 30-day SSL VPN Plus trial licence is included with every NetPilot. After the 30-day trial period a full licence is required. Licence costs are based upon the number of concurrent users (CCU's) required.
An increasingly hostile Internet provides major security challenges. Ensuring your data is protected from source to destination is becoming more and more important. The advent of Cloud computing only increases the need for strong encryption and policy enforcement from end point to end point.
With NetPilot incorporating SSL VPN Plus you can be certain that your data remains secure as it transverses the Internet. All data is encapsulated in an SSL tunnel and endpoint compliance is enforced. Unlike most other SSL solutions, comprehensive user based access controls and data leakage prevention come as standard. Full log and audit reporting is also included.
Normally complex security measures mean that performance and robustness of connection must be compromised. NetPilot incorporating SSL VPN Plus provides outstanding performance and robustness through patented TSSL (Transparent SSL) and ICAA (Intelligent Connection Acceleration Architecture). What this means in practice is that NetPilot with SSL VPN Plus provides throughput that exceeds IPSec and can even exceed wire speed performance.
NetPilot provides the highest possible level of end-to-end security, compliance and access controls whilst not compromising performance.
Unlike other SSL VPN products that tack-on fees to use anything more than basic features, NetPilot SSL VPN PLus prices are all inclusive with every concurrent user (ccu) having access to all of the following features that come as standard with the NetPilot VPN Plus option.
NetPilot's SSL VPN Plus provides:
Support for all IP-based (TCP and UDP) applications - legacy or custom, exchange, RDP, Citrix - you name it we support it
Multiple modes of access: Clientless, Java Applet, Full Client/Node
100% "dummy proof" remote access, using web-installed clients, automatic updates and NAT traversal (i.e., no special end-user network configuration)
Customizable Portal, with one-click access to common applications including file shares, exchange, Citrix, and RDP
Integrates with LDAP, AD, Radius, and most two-factor authentication devices including RSA SecureID
Supports client-to-site and site-to-site configurations
Scalable architecture, able to expand to needs without replacing hardware
Better Performance - Our purpose-built NetPilot platform outperforms even the fastest IPSec servers because of the patented ICAA and TSSL technology
Reduced helpdesk calls - customers who have installed SSL VPN Plus ,on average, see an 80% reduction in helpdesk calls
No more IPSec client installs, upgrades or maintenance - SSL VPN Plus uses a web-downloadable and automatically upgrading full-access client
Endpoint Security - Prevent rogue computers from spreading viruses across your network
SSL VPN technologies tunnel private network traffic inside a second encrypted protocol for traversal over of the public Internet. This process has overhead but is compounded by the "TCP-over-TCP meltdown" which is inherent when encapsulating one protocol within another. Transmission control protocol (TCP) has various parameters (SYN, ACH, RTT) for setting retransmission times for the delivery of data from client to server in the event of packet loss.
However this repair and recover mechanism fails when encapsulated in a second TCP stream. If the encapsulating or Internet layer drops a packet (which is common even under ideal networking conditions) both TCP streams will attempt to correct the error and retransmit duplicate data. This exponentially queues up data transmissions and prevents the real private network data from promptly reaching its destination.
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