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Published: 20 Oct 2012

ACCESS CONTROL Rohati Price: Starts at $20,000 per appliance Rohati's new agent-less Transaction Network System takes traditional network access control to the application level to allow complete granular access control for Web-based applications, and file shares (We tested the beta version of this, pending release). Rohati calls this Network-Based Entitlement Control or NBEC. The concept behind this isn't new, but having the ability to do this without agent deployment could make deployment and integration that much easier. Configuration/Management B Setup involves a few different steps and resources. The complete system involves configuration of the TNS device, a management server, and possibly VLAN configuration on your switches. The TNS 100 device we were issued was a 1U appliance that supports up to 4Gbps throughput with up to 256,000 connections. The initial setup utilized a serial console port with simple commands that resemble Cisco IOS syntax. This is useful if you are familiar with this type of command syntax. There are a couple of deployment ... Access >>>

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