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Our company requires enterprise VPN solution for secure access of network from outside. Which are the Best enterprise SSL VPN providers ? Our company is based in US and India.

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What kind of VPN. Site To Site for US and India? Client Access? SSL VPN for "Clientless" connection? IPsec? PPTP? What Firewall Product are you currently using? – lepole Jul 7 '10 at 8:07
SSL vpn. We are using iptables firewall – nitins Jul 7 '10 at 10:15

We used F5 Networks- Firepass SSL VPN in our corporate environment. It is easy to manage and integrate well with Active Directory.

The performance is acceptable even for a slow client connection from APAC region to the controller in Europe.

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even Cisco PIX is moving towards SSL VPN nowadays. Free alternative for SSL VPN, try openVPN first. – Muhammad Jul 7 '10 at 12:19

My VPN knowledge isn't so great but couldn't your company buy, for example, a Netgear VPN/Firewall router and run the connection through there?

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We use a Juniper VPN and it works flawlessly with AD. It also provides a webex-like remote meeting functionality but without needing to pay for a separate license, or per-meeting charges.

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I find Cisco ASA devices quite enjoyable. Once you get the hang of the ASDM (Java control interface) it's a breeze to configure.

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