|Windows Mobile IPSec VPN Client
Mobile IPSec VPN Client
For Mobile and Remote Virtual Private Networks
Designed specifically for the mobile work force, the Mobile IPSec VPN Client provides the vital ability for remote users to initiate VPN communication with corporate resources. Road warriors and telecommuters need to access mission critical networks over the Internet and often use unsecured public networks or untrusted local networks. A VPN connection may connect end-users that need a secure host to transmit sensitive information.
The Mobile IPSec VPN Client uses the IPSec ESP tunnel mode to form a secure communications channel to a network secured by a GTA Firewall. It provides VPN capability to desktop and notebook computers running Microsoft Windows, OS X, and Linux operating systems, enabling secure client-to-gateway communication over TCP/IP networks. Secured encrypted communications can be initiated in any IP environment.
|OS X IPSec VPN Client
Simple Configuration and Installation
The Mobile IPSec VPN Client is easy to configure and install. Firewall administrators configure the Mobile IPSec Client on the firewall in a few simple steps and all installation and certificate information is provided via the GTA Remote Access Portal. Users can log in and download the installer, certificates, and installation guide for Windows, OS X, and Linux operating systems. IPSec Client policies are also dynamically generated and available for download via the firewall.
The Mobile IPSec VPN Client transparently creates a VPN when operating on the Internet, including when utilizing NAT-T. With the client, secure connections can be made with all IPSec compliant network products, such as routers, gateway encryptors, and firewalls. Multiple encryption and authentication algorithms are employed, including DES, 3DES, AES, MD-5, SHA-1, and SHA-2. IKE is supported in main and aggressive modes. Certificates are used with Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP). XAUTH (Extended Authentication Protocol) V.6 supports RSA SecurID, LDAPv3, and RADIUS.
- IPSec with IKE RFCs 2401 and 2409
- Tunnel Mode
- Transport Mode
- NAT-T RFCs 3947 and 3948
- X.509 Certificate Support - PKCS#12, PEM, SmartCard
- Pre-shared Key Authentication
- RSA Authentication
- RSA + XAUTH Authentication
- DES 56-bit Encryption
- 3DES 168-bit Encryption
- AES with 128-, 192-, or 256-bit Encryption
- HMAC MD-5 128 Authentication Hash Algorithm
- HMAC SHA-1 160-bit Authencation Hash Algorithm
- HMAC SHA-2 256-bit, 384-bit or 512-bit Authencation Hash Algorithm
- Diffie Hellman Group 1, Group 2, Group 5, Group 14, Group 16, Group 17 and Group 18 Support
- IP Payload Compression Protocol (IPCOMP)