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SSL VPN SPX2000 REVIEWED BY ADAM HOSTETLER AND BRENT HUSTON Array Networks Price: $4,995 Array Networks' SPX2000 VPN appliance is a full-featured VPN designed for small- and medium-sized businesses. It's a cost-effective SSL VPN system, which provides users with flexible and simplified secure access to email, file shares and chosen applications. The SPX2000 is a plug-and-play solution that enables quick and efficient configuration of VPN parameters and provides a high-performance "in-office" experience for an increasingly mobile workforce. The SPX 2000 stacks up well against the competition, competitively priced with up to 500 concurrent connections, which is more than most SSL VPN appliances that are designed for the small- and medium-sized business market. Setup and Management B Setting up the device does not take much effort, but could be simpler, especially for people who don't have a background in Cisco-like interfaces. However, we completed the first part of the device setup without looking at documentation. The first step requires connecting to the ... Access >>>
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