Archive for the ‘64-Bit’ Category

As more and more companies are enabling remote access for their workforce, stability and compatibility are becoming as crucial as security in ensuring employee productivity. This trend is highlighted by recent news that both Certona and 3marketeers have rolled out NCP engineering’s Secure Client-Juniper Edition IPsec VPN to solve, not only security, but also stability [...]

IPsec's longevity is about more than IPv6

Posted: 11th August 2011 by VPN Haus in 64-Bit, IPv6
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By Nicholas Greene We already know that IPsec is here to stay, especially since it’s such an integral part of IPv6. So, how did IPv6 become so ingrained with IPsec? Why was IPsec developed in conjunction with IPv6, and how did it get to where it is today? To answer these questions, let’s quickly revisit [...]

IPsec’s longevity is about more than IPv6

Posted: 11th August 2011 by VPN Haus in 64-Bit, IPv6
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By Nicholas Greene We already know that IPsec is here to stay, especially since it’s such an integral part of IPv6. So, how did IPv6 become so ingrained with IPsec? Why was IPsec developed in conjunction with IPv6, and how did it get to where it is today? To answer these questions, let’s quickly revisit [...]

Is a 64-bit ipsec client enough?

Posted: 11th February 2010 by VPN Haus in 64-Bit, Rethink Remote Access

We’ve been seeing a lot of discussion in the forums about Cisco’s IPsec VPN client (welcome to the party—you’re four years late).  In 2010, a 64-bit client isn’t enough.  Perhaps four years ago this would work, but not today.  In today’s mobile world, users are constantly on-the-go and purchasing the latest and best devices—they need [...]

Options for 64-bit Windows 7 VPN

Posted: 10th November 2009 by VPN Haus in 64-Bit, Posts

Big news today from Cisco as reported by Network World: Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) is warning customers of its unified communicationsWindows 7 will be supported. Products that support for Windows 7 won’t be forthcoming until the product’s 8.0 release scheduled for the first quarter of 2010. About a dozen more UC products will not support Windows [...]