Review: PortWise SSL VPN

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PortWise 4.0 is a software solution, although we received it preconfigured on a Sun V20z running RedHat ES. We might have been better off setting it up ourselves: we had to log in to a root shell to get the network configured, and while the documentation is great for setting up actual SSL VPN services, it was not much use at the outset.

The product has some good points, but makes one mistake several times: it trusts the browser too much. For example, the product is licensed to specific hostnames, but we could not connect to the web GUI using the box’s assigned IP address because it is actually checking for the hostname in the ...

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