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SSL VPN FirePass 4100 Controller F5 Networks Price: Starts at $24,995 for 100 concurrent users, plus $995 for antivirus and firewall checks F5 Networks FirePass 4100 Controller Great flexibility, a broad range of access capabilities and ease of use make F5 Networks' FirePass 4100 Controller a superior SSL VPN. F5 Networks bills its FirePass 4100 Controller as an SSL VPN remote access server. That's like calling the Batmobile a car. The FirePass 4100 is one of the most flexible, capable and secure devices available. It works with virtually any browser, operating system, terminal protocol and device ranging from enterprise servers to cell phones. The new version 5.5 improves on the outstanding product we named Hot Pick in January 2005. In addition to its staggering communication skills, it can now enforce policies and check update status on more than 100 anti-virus and personal firewall products. With this release, when used as part of an F5 application-switching infrastructure, it can leverage the BIG-IP Application Traffic Management for centralize ... Access >>>
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