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Re: Teleworking
From: teemu schaabl <teemu () lynix net>
Date: Sat, 15 Nov 2003 09:45:35 +0100

On Mon, 10 Nov 2003 10:39:44 +0000
"David Lanagan" <DLanagan () sterlinginsurancegroup com> wrote:
I'm about to embark on a teleworking project and would like to ask you guys the following...

I was going to be using Cisco-based 3des VPNs out to clients who will use the vpn client s/w loaded on their 
machines, an adsl connection and citrix for a remote desktop.

I was going to employ a securID or similar box to provide additional security.

Could anyone out there recommend any other options?  I want the connection to be very secure and allow for a 
concurrent usage of up to 50 clients coming in at any one time.

I would recommend Phion - an encapsulated ipsec based vpn; very
easy deployment (if you kno what you´re doing), client software
also includes a stateful firewall (which is also controlable via
a central management);

for further informations check out http://www.phion.com


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