Posts Tagged ‘split tunneling’

By Patrick Oliver Graf, General Manager of Americas, NCP engineering Last week, we provided an overview of split and full tunnel configurations. Here, we delve a bit deeper to explore the security benefits of this technology. Split tunneling has a variety of advantages: It only transmits data that actually requires the protection of a VPN. This [...]

By Patrick Oliver Graf, General Manager of Americas, NCP engineering Split tunneling is not a new concept in the realm of remote access networking. The technology emerged in the 1990s to allow VPN users to access a public network and a LAN or WAN simultaneously. But despite this longevity, its merits and security continue to [...]

We recently spoke to NCP engineering’s Swen Baumann about split tunneling and its role in IPv6, and how to best deploy it when working remotely.  VPN Haus: How is split tunneling impacted by IPv6 dual-stack networking? Swen: The main thing to remember is, split tunneling needs to be specifically configured. For instance, in a “dual-stacked” [...]

Editor’s Note: For part one, click here. By Daniel P. Dern So, how does a company add IPv6 support? “Your operating systems have to be IPv6-ready,” said Rainer Enders, CTO, Americas, for NCP engineering. “Your network providers have to support IPv6, in a secure way. Check whether they support native IPv6 end-to-end, for a full [...]

Editor’s Note: For part one, click here. By Daniel P. Dern So, how does a company add IPv6 support? “Your operating systems have to be IPv6-ready,” said Rainer Enders, CTO, Americas, for NCP engineering. “Your network providers have to support IPv6, in a secure way. Check whether they support native IPv6 end-to-end, for a full [...]