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18 August 2009

New Digi TransPort VPN concentrator enables easy end-to-end connectivity of remote wireless devices
New Digi TransPort VPN concentrator enables easy end-to-end connectivity of remote wireless devices

Virtual Private Network concentrator provides secure connectivity to remote cellular and wired devices.

An enterprise-class Virtual Private Network (VPN) concentrator that provides easy, secure connectivity to large installations of remote cellular or wired devices, the Digi TransPort VC7400, was launched by Digi International. It is suitable for retail, financial/ATM, lottery and telemetry applications. Coupled with Digi’s VPN enabled cellular routers at remote sites, the centralised Digi TransPort VC7400 makes it easy to set up a secure, reliable and integrated VPN solution.
"VPN setups are often the most difficult configuration issue when networking to remote routers and devices," said Larry Kraft, senior vice president of global sales and marketing, Digi International. "With an end-to-end Digi VPN solution, configuration can be done in minutes instead of hours or even days. It also streamlines customer support and ensures a more reliable connection."
The Digi TransPort VC7400 is ideal for connecting thousands of remote devices using Digi Connect WAN, ConnectPort WAN and Digi TransPort cellular routers. The Digi TransPort VC7400 supports up to 3,000 simultaneous clients and features a 1 Gb/S Ethernet port, a 4-port 10/100 Mb/s Ethernet switch (plus 1 DMZ port) and a front panel colour LCD screen for displaying statistical and performance data.
Available in a compact 2U rack mountable design, the Digi TransPort VC7400 features advanced security including IPSec and SSL VPN (open VPN compatible) using DES/3DES and AES encryption with up to 256 bit key lengths. Dual redundant, hot swappable power supplies are also available to ensure maximum uptime. The Digi TransPort VC7400 also supports high-speed protocol switching of XOT, X.25 and TCP for retail/point-of-sale applications.

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