Site to Site office VPN Connection in Dubai

We have simply better solution to connect your head office to branch office, site to site VPN helps you to share your valuable digital resources across your branch offices.

Through the use of dedicated switches and routers with large-scale encryption, a company can connect multiple fixed sites over a public network such as the Internet. Each site needs only a local connection to the same public network, thereby saving money on long private leased-lines. Site-to-site VPNs can be categorized into intranets or extranets. A site-to-site VPN built among offices of the same company is said to be an intranet VPN, though a VPN built to connect the company to its partner or customer is referred to as an extranet VPN.

A well designed VPN can have great benefit a company. It can:

  • Extend geographic connectivity
  • Reduce operational costs versus traditional WANs
  • Reduce transit times and traveling costs for remote users
  • Improve productivity
  • Simplify network topology
  • Provide global networking opportunities
  • Provide faster Return On Investment (ROI) than traditional WAN (Wide Area Network)

We do Site to site VPN for small and medium companies in Dubai and other emirates of United Arab Emirates

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VPN Device Comparison

1. ZyXEL ZyWall VPN

Designed as a business-grade device, the ZyXEL ZyWall VPN is designed with multi-core CPUs to offer outstanding VPN and firewall performance. Capable of high-speed networking up to 1 Gbps throughput and up to 300 Mbps when the VPN is active, the ZyXEL more than keeps up with the demand of today’s workforce. Security-conscious buyers will find comfort with the 110 VPN firewall, which allows for Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) VPN for mobile devices, including Android, Windows Phone and the iPhone. Setting up the VPN is easy, thanks to the included client software that does the heavy lifting for you and has you up and running (securely, of course) with just three simple steps. Ultimately, the ZyXEL works to keep monitoring and administration efforts low while allowing customers or employees to access internal company servers, e-mail or data safely and securely anywhere in the world.

2. Cisco Systems Gigabit RV325K9NA VPN

With an intuitive user interface that makes setup a snap, the Cisco Systems Gigabit RV325K9NA VPN 14-port router will have your network protected in just minutes. Featuring dual Gigabit Ethernet WAN ports for maintaining heavy Internet traffic, the built-in SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) and site-to-site VPN is perfect for creating a secure environment for both remote employees and multiple offices. Added security comes courtesy of the stateful packet inspection (SPI) firewall and hardware encryption that provides another layer of security for the most secure data of your business.

3. UTT HiPER 518 VPN

Capable of supporting up to five concurrent IPSec VPN site-to-site or client-to-site tunnels, the UTT HiPER 518 is a great addition to a home office. All the usual features are here that a home office user would want, including a built-in firewall, bandwidth management, as well as access control to keep unwanted users away. For homeowners who want to maintain peace of mind, the HiPER 518 supports VPN failover, a redundant backup that allows a VPN to move immediately from one WAN connection to another if the first connection drops. Ultimately, this leaves the user’s data protected in the event of an emergency. Past redundancy, setup is straightforward with the “quick wizard” handling most of the initial configuration. Additionally, the HiPER 518 Web-based user interface is basic, but remains user-friendly while offering control over settings and management. However, the one missing VPN feature with the HiPER 518 is the lack of VLAN support, which helps segregate VPN and non-VPN bandwidth for maintaining Internet speed.

4. Linksys LRT224 VPN

A dedicated business-class router, the Linksys LRT224 VPN offers outstanding support for office network requirements. Featuring up to 50 IPSec tunnels for both site-to-site and client-to-site VPN control, the LR224 adds an additional five OpenVPN tunnels for dedicated access to smartphone owners everywhere. With VPN active, the max throughout is 110 Mbps, which hardly competes against the non-VPN 900 Mbps speed, but holds its own all the same. Once you log into the Web-based admin interface, the system page lets you look at the main stats, as well as the setup wizard (where you can set up the time, passwords and WAN/LAN settings). The rest of the options are available under a configuration tab that provide slightly deeper control of the LRT224 functions. While Linksys claims the LRT224 offers the highest throughout of any dedicated business-class router, it does so without a browser-based SSL VPN, which might be a mandatory requirement in some business or enterprise settings.

5. Dell SonicWall TZ Series

Targeting offices of 25 users or less, the Dell SonicWall TZ300 packs plenty of security to justify it's splurge-worthy price. It includes both SSL VPN encryption, as well as advanced IPSec for a top-to-bottom approach to VPN security and data defense. Mobile users will love the TZ300, thanks to its native VPN remote access clients that offer a plethora of qualified devices, including both Apple phones and tablets, Mac computers, Google’s Android devices and Windows 8.1 and 10 devices. For businesses that want employees to focus solely on productivity, the availability of advanced controls will help reduce the use of apps such as Facebook or Twitter

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