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Asce Networks Extends Multi-Enterprise VPN Capability, Improves Performance in Omnirange Plus High Availability Firewall

29th Oct. 2001

Omnirange Plus version 1.6 allows secure e-business interconnection

GAITHERSBURG, MD,Oct. 29, 2001-Asce Networks, Inc., a leading provider of mission-critical e-Business infrastructures, today released version 1.6 of Omnirange Plus, the company's high availability firewall/VPN solution. The new version extends Omnirange Plus' support of remote users and VPNs by offering network address translation (NAT) with VPN connections and VPN client support of remote NAT devices, plus performance enhancements that allow more than one million simultaneous connections.

When enterprises need to be interconnected to conduct tightly coupled e-business or when companies merge or acquire other companies, setting up inter-company or intra-company VPNs places additional strain on network infrastructure design. With Omnirange Plus' multi-enterprise VPN capabilities, VPN-connected networks continue to use existing private IP address spaces. This eliminates the need to re-assign IP addresses on one end of the VPN; traffic flows from one side of the VPN tunnel to the other with minimal configuration changes. With large, complex networks, this can save an administrator days of work and potential network downtime during the reconfiguration.

In addition, VPN clients must be easily configurable and manageable. They must be able to connect into the corporate network through high-speed home connections such as DSL and cable modems. Additionally, business travelers must be able to use high-speed services in hotels or airport lounges to connect via their PCs to their corporate networks with all the benefits of a secure VPN connection. One of the biggest manageability concerns has to do with the distribution of authentication certificates, while at the same time, maintaining a high degree of control of the entire security infrastructure.

Hybrid and certificate-based authentication offer far greater security than traditional password protection; a built-in certificate authority issues client certificates based on standard public key infrastructure (PKI) models, eliminating the need for third-party certificate authorities.

Omnirange Plus version 1.6 VPN client allows remote devices running Microsoft® Windows® to securely connect the corporate firewall.

Additional improvements to Omnirange Plus 1.6 include performance increases that enable more than one million simultaneous connections or 5,000 simultaneous IPSec tunnels, a more than three-fold increase over previous versions.

"The newest version of Omnirange Plus represents a tremendous security advantage for enterprises with remote and mobile workers needing secure access to corporate resources, while pushing the envelope on VPN price/performance," said Bob Collins, Asce Networks, Inc. CEO.

About Asce Networks, Inc.
Asce Networks, Inc. is a worldwide leader in providing mission-critical e-Business infrastructures with international headquarters in GAITHERSBURG, MD. Asce Networks delivers the next generation hardware and software to scale the performance and availability of mission-critical e-Business infrastructures. For more information about Asce Networks and its products and services, please visit http://www.ascenetworks.com/.

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