Cisco VPN Client - Media - ESD - Linux, Win, Mac, Solaris
Simple to deploy and operate, the Cisco VPN Client allows organizations to establish end-to-end, encrypted VPN tunnels for secure connectivity for mobile employees or teleworkers.
The Cisco VPN Client can be preconfigured for mass deployments, and initial logins require little user intervention. It supports the innovative Cisco Easy VPN capabilities, delivering a uniquely scalable, cost-effective, and easy-to-manage remote access VPN architecture that eliminates the operational costs associated with maintaining a consistent policy and key management method. The Cisco Easy VPN feature allows the Cisco VPN Client to receive security policies upon a VPN tunnel connection from the central site VPN device, minimizing configuration requirements at the remote location. This simple and highly scalable solution is ideal for large remote access deployments where it is impractical to individually configure policies for multiple remote PCs.
- Enhance productivity and cut costs
Cisco VPN solutions provide exceptional security through encryption and authentication technologies that protect data in transit from unauthorized access and attacks.
- Site-to-site VPN
Site-to-site VPN provides an Internet-based WAN infrastructure to extend network resources to branch offices, home offices, and business partner sites. All traffic between sites is encrypted using IPsec protocol and integrates network features such as routing, quality of service, and multicast support.
- Remote access VPN
Remote access VPN extends almost any data, voice, or video application to the remote desktop, emulating the main office desktop. With this VPN, you can provide highly secure, customizable remote access to anyone, anytime, anywhere, with almost any device.
- Application Programming Interface (API) allows you to control operation of the VPN client from another application
- System coexistence with Microsoft L2TP/IPsec client
- Intelligent peer availability detection (DPD)
- Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP)
- Data compression (LZS)
- Command-line options for connecting, disconnecting, and connection status
- Configuration file with option locking
- Support for Microsoft network login (all platforms)
- Domain Name System (DNS) including DDNS/DHCP computer name population, Split DNS
- Windows Internet Name Service (WINS), and IP address assignment
- Load balancing and backup server support
- Centrally controlled policies (including backup server list)
- Client connection auto initiation for wireless LAN environments
|Product Description||Cisco VPN Client - media|
|Category||Networking applications - network - connectivity & data sharing, security - data encryption, online & appliance based services - firewall, network - system & remote management, security - desktop firewall|
|Platform||Linux, Windows, MacOS, Solaris|