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FirePass 4100 Series F5 Networks Price: Starts at $24,990 @exb FirePass 4100 Series @exe F5 Networks' FirePass 4100 Series SSL VPN is a true integrated enterprise access solution, delivering the broad remote access capabilities of an IPSec VPN through a Web browser interface, plus robust endpoint security features. IPSec VPNs offer full site connection, while SSL VPNs provide secure remote access to applications. However, SSL VPNs don't necessarily provide out-of-the box support, requiring customization work upfront. FirePass goes a long way toward solving this dilemma. FirePass covers most client platforms--Linux, Mac OS, Pocket PC and Windows--giving remote users a secure connection from outside the corporate firewall to inside enterprise applications using any Internet-connected device with most browsers, including WAP browsers and iMode phones. Once authenticated, users have access to applications such as e-mail, intranet, internal Web servers, client-based applications and file servers. Users can securely access Windows WorkGroup shares, SMB, Novell and... Access >>>
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