Virtual Private Networks

Remote Access VPN

If you're not using a VPN for remote access to your SOHO network, you're doing it wrong. Google these phrases: "GoToMyPC hacked", "GoToMeeting hacked", "LogMeIn hacked", "TeamViewer hacked".

There are a lot of options for remote access that don't require a third party to store your credentials and control access. But you're going to need better equipment than what the cable or phone company give you.

After evaluating all the firewall vendors that serve the SOHO space, we think Fortinet and Ubiquiti Networks offer the best gear for the money.

We have experience with many VPN configurations: Windows Server RRAS SSTP & L2TP/IPSec, OpenVPN, Ubiquiti USG L2TP/IPSec, Ubiquiti EdgeRouter X, and the Fortigate 60D with Forticlient VPN client.

We can build a Remote Access VPN to suit your unique requirements.

Site to Site VPN

Do you need to connect your home network to the network at your office? Need a permanent connection between your SOHO network and a virtual network in Microsoft's Azure or Amazon Web Services' cloud?

No problem. Azure and AWS support a lot of vendors' hardware: Cisco, SonicWall, Ubiquiti, Juniper, Fortinet, RRAS and many more. We've had a Site-to-Site VPN connection to our Azure virtual network since 2015 using a Fortigate 60D.

We can build a Site to Site VPN to suit your unique requirements.

Proxy VPN

If you're using free or public WiFi to access the internet, you absolutely should be using a VPN (Virtual Private Network) service. Ideally, you should be using a Proxy VPN.

This type of service not only encrypts your data, it hides the address of your computer from the sites you visit. did you know that Congress has decided that your ISP is allowed to sell your browsing history?

Here are three of the best (in our opinion) Proxy VPN services. They have the most servers and they don't log your traffic. All of them have apps for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android.

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