In just a few minutes, you can secure your client-to-site connections with Kerio’s high-performance, configuration-free VPN client—or use an industry-standard IPsec VPN client, such as those pre-loaded on mobile devices.
You can use Virtual Private Networking (VPN) to allow remote users or entire networks to access services inside the local network. Kerio Control implements IPsec for mobile device access and tunneling with third-party VPN gateways. You can also use the proprietary Kerio VPN implementation for remote access from desktop operating systems, and for tunneling to other Kerio Control firewalls.
5 main benefits of Kerio Control VPN feature are:
- Industry standard protocols are used for connectivity. Roaming users can connect to the Kerio Control network via VPN using the Kerio Control VPN Client. Alternatively, IPsec/L2TP protocol can be used for connectivity from roaming mobile devices or third-party firewalls. You can enable 2-step verification for an extra layer of security on all forms of remote access.
- The VPN feature of Kerio Control is very easy to install and use – within just a few minutes you’re able to deploy the VPN and start connecting all nodes to the network.
- Being an on-premise product, you are the sole owner of your data. Setting up Kerio Control at your site, you’re able to manage everything, including how logs are managed.
- Kerio Control is licensed as a server. The admin account and five user accounts are included in the basic license. Additional users can be added in packages of five. If you have 20 employees and you want to use the Kerio Control VPN, you’ll need the Kerio Control basic license + 15 users add-on.
- You can manage your VPN bandwidth by limiting bandwidth for data transfers or for specific services.
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