We've got two VPN solutions we're looking to consolidate and refresh on. One is Nortel Contivity IPSEC VPN - a 2600 and 1600. Most of the company (1000 users) uses it with a Contivity client.
Other one is V One Smartgate (now AEP) - which is sort of a reverse proxy VPN which also requires a client - but can do access control lists and tunnel via 443. It's server based.
Consolidate onto standardized appliance platform with 2 appliances at main site, 1 in a lab, 1 at DR site. All 4 to be sized the same. Desire SSL VPN capability with minimal client - or java/activeX client download once which can either be deleted or left in place. Also need IPSEC capabilities - namely branch office tunnel capability.
Originally, this post was published on Monitis Blog, you can check it
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