|reply to gilbert_osm |
Re: VPN device recommendation for an IT consultant.
A few of my customers have WatchGuard firewall devices with VPN capabilities. I use the WatchGuard VPN client to connect to their network and then I can use Remote Desktop, VNC, web access (great for network printers, scanners and cameras with built-in web servers), netscan, ping, etc. just as if I were sitting in their office, plugged into their data switch. I also keep a copy of the VPN client on my laptop so if I'm onsite at a different customer site when I get a call, I can use the laptop to connect from wherever I am at the time.