LinuxPR: SnapGear Announces Powerful New Linux-Powerered VPN Router
Mar 08, 2002, 02:12 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Targeted directly at business and enterprise customers
the new router presents the ability to switch to a conventional
modem connection in the event of an ADSL or Cable outage.
Miles Gillham, VP Marketing, said: "This product is a big step
forward for broadband users who require a higher level of fault
tolerance. Narrowband fallback means no downtime if a carrier
experiences ADSL or Cable outages."
Many corporations and government departments are increasingly
aware of not only the advantages of being Internet-connected but
also the risks. SnapGear offers a complete solution - firewall
protection, fully-fledged routing, VPN connectivity between remote
offices/departments, secure remote worker connectivity, and
anti-intrusion defenses coupled with logging facilities to
integrate into any network. The SnapGear solution is considered
attractive by SnapGear customers as providing an enterprise-ready
solution at a fraction of the cost of other vendor's products.