SECURE VPN CONNECTIONS OVER 3G

Secure connection for sensitive remote site equipment (including transactional kiosks, payment terminals and other security oriented devices) can be enabled using VPN (IPSEC aes128-SHA) connection over 3G or UMTS HSDPA or HSUPA network. This allows the remotely connected device to be securely accessed by server-based applications located in command center or data-centers.

 

In this electric utility example, a meter (usually connected via data concerntrator) and some control equipment, e.g. PLC needs to be securely accessed from a central command centre. The FATBOX G1 creates an encrypted IPSEC VPN tunnel with a CISCO ASA to enable the remote monitoring device to network "locally" and securely with the server and other hosts on that VPN subnet.

FATBOX G1
IMPLEMENTATION FEATURES OF THE FATBOX G1
 
  • Designed for easy and direct configuration for IPSEC IKE PSK Site-to-Site tunnel e.g. to a CISCO ASA VPN appliance
  • Compact design and Power over Ethernet (POE) for versatile installation and deployment
  • Wide power supply range 9~28VDC to ensure stable operation in remote-sites
  • Ability to work in demanding -20 to 55C operating ambient temperatures
  • Amplified Engineering application development team works with system integrator and end-users for special engineered requirements
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