Cheap SSL VPN Solution requested

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You probably all know the currently available SSL VPN Appliances (Nettila, Firepass, Juniper Neoteris etc etc). But the pricing of those boxes/solutions doesn't suite the small business market, which requires similar solutions but for only a handful of users (and for a decreased budget). However, without limiting the features. Can you reply some (serious) suggestions as an alternative ? Tnx in advance, Marc Hullegie
ASKED: November 15, 2004  7:18 PM
UPDATED: December 8, 2004  2:02 PM

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A couple of alternatives that I know of first hand and selected to resell.

Astaro Security Linux. (www.astaro.com) Can be purchased as an appliance or loaded onto a black box. Provides VPN, IDS/IPs, FW, Anti-Virus, Spam and Content filters, etc. I think the retail on it was about $2,600 or so for a black box installation.

eSoft’s InstaGate xSP (www.esoft.com). Firewall/VPN appliance. Starts around $1,400 and ends around $2,200 depending on if you need WAN interfaces or if you will put it behind the Internet router. It could be the Internet connection from your provider and drop into your LAN from the Ethernet side.

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  • Fireblazer
    Try Vfortress(www.vortress.com). Good product. Price justified.
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  • USisBest
    You might also look at Vistawiz. Hardware cost is less than $1k and it has a managed service component ($100 - $300/mo) that eliminates much of the ongoing skills required to properly address network security. We have investigated over 20 different solutions and sell about 4 different products. All of them do about the same thing, although they want you to believe they are special. In the end, for a small company, I would go with something based on Linux that also has a cost effective support component.
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