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UPDATED: Cisco could have more Android users on its hands as it upgrades its AnyConnect VPN client for Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 supports Exchange ActiveSync, on-device encryption, Cisco VPN and Juniper Junos Pulse VPN and the electronic pen could appeal to industry-specific uses.
Cisco Anyconnect is now available for Android 4 (Ice Cream Sandwich). The preview version allows Android phones and tablets to access sites behind company firewalls, clearing the way for greater enterprise adoption of Android.
Cisco patched multiple vulnerabilities on Wednesday with the most important fixes covering data-link switching, IPv6 and VPN flaws.Among the highest rated patches (all rated 7 or above on a 10 scale):Cisco patched multiple vulnerabilities in the Data-link Switching (DLSw) feature in its IOS.
Cisco is to offer a tunnel-less VPN, which could solve some of the challenges of securing WAN traffic.
A simple utility that aims to help you fix the connection problems when you want to use the Cisco VPN client on Windows 8 computers...
Networking giant offers a more efficient way to route encrypted data
The article and template for the Cisco 851W and 871W standard IOS editions have been posted. The Cisco 851W is less than $300 and it can host multiple virtual wireless LANs along with many other features like VPNs and Firewalls. Last time when I did a tutorial on the Cisco 871W Advanced IP IOS edition ($700), a lot of people couldn't use it because they only had the standard edition. This article and template will work on the 851W and 871W with the standard feature set.
A simple utility that aims to help you fix the connection problems when you want to use the Cisco VPN client on Windows 8 computers....
For a device that costs a little more than $500 (some features like BGP or QoS require an Advanced IP IOS license), you certainly get your money's worth. For IT departments that want to offer a seamless router-based IPSEC VPN connection to remote workers but don't want to extent the security perimeter to untrusted computers in an employee at home, the Cisco 871W is one of the most effective ways of doing it.
At Interop 2005, Cisco unveiled their new all-in-one ASA 5500 series security appliance. The new 1U rack mount appliance integrates the best of the Cisco PIX firewall, VPN 3000 series concentrator, and Cisco IDS/IPS (intrusion detection and prevention) appliance in to a single box at approximately the same price as their enterprise PIX series of appliances (without the IDS/IPS option).
Cisco confirms that its VPN software won't initially work with Apple's new operating system. A fix to the problem is still in the works.
The networking giant warns customers of a security vulnerability associated with its Cisco 3000 VPN Concentrator.
Cisco Systems overtook Check Point Software as market leader in the burgeoning VPN sector in 2003, with both companies ahead of third place Netscreen. Worldwide VPN and firewall appliance and software revenues rose to $2.
Cisco on Wednesday announced the addition of voice and video capabilities to its line of VPN (virtual private network) products. The networking equipment maker said the new voice over IP and video over IP will help businesses become more efficient through the use of video conferencing and will lower costs for telephone service and bandwidth. Cisco also announced a "Multiservice VPN" product designed for carriers, and said Sprint was the first to sign up. The new voice and video capabilities will also meet the standards of IPSEC, a security protocol that ensures all aspects of a network are encrypted. Additional safeguards against intrusion will also be provided. The new capabilities are available on all Cisco VPN routers. The company also announced VPN support for its Cisco 7400 router, which will be available in June for $18,500. --Tiffany Kary, Special to ZDNet News
Redback Networks on Monday unveiled souped-up Internet gear to compete against Juniper Networks and Cisco Systems. Redback designed its SmartEdge 800 router to handle Internet traffic from businesses within metropolitan areas with the intention of taking market share from Juniper's M-20 router and Cisco's 12410 and 10008. Redback's offering will help support business services like storage and VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) as well as traffic routing. The company also makes DSL (digital subscriber line) equipment, a market that has boomed in the past, but will probably grow less quickly, according to industry analysts. The business data market represents a strong growth opportunity for Redback and gear makers since ISPs (Internet service providers) look to constantly upgrade their networks with equipment as Internet traffic keeps steadily increasing.
In a move to boost its virtual private network and security services, the networking giant will acquire Allegro Systems for approximately $181 million.
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