AccessPoint SSL VPN
Source Code Toolkit
AccessPoint Source Code Datasheet >>
Accelerating Your Time to Market
Menlo Logic AccessPoint provides a comprehensive toolkit for developers designing networking and security products
ranging from powerful provider edge and content switching
equipment to access routers, firewalls and residential gateway devices.
Over the next several years, enterprises will widely adopt SSL VPN technology
to extend or replace their current
IPSec VPN infrastructure. As SSL VPN becomes ubiquitious, many
communications equipment vendors will need to provide SSL VPN capabilities to stay competitive. The AccessPoint source code toolkit enables
equipment vendors' development teams to focus on developing differentiated and value-added applications. By offloading product design and
implementation, our customers can get to market faster with a comprehensive and feature rich SSL VPN offering.
The AccessPoint software consists of different packages customized to our customers' unique requirements. The underlying foundation for all of these packages is the
AccessPoint System Manager, a module that communicates with the web server and all of the SSL and Java components.
AccessPoint packages consists of:
- The Desktop Package - Provides access to remote desktops and applications. The Desktop Package supports Terminal Services for Windows XP Professional, 2000
Server and 2003 Server and Virtual Network Computing (VNC) for accessing computers with other operating systems. Both Terminal Services and VNC allow users to access the entire desktop or individual
- The Application Package - Offers encrypted FTP, Web proxy and SSL proxy support. With the Application Package, end users can remotely access Intranet
web servers and FTP servers located on the corporate network through a standard web browser. The Application Package also supports CIFS (Common Internet File System) for web based file sharing and
network neighborhood support.
- The TCP Tunneling Package - Enables users with client software such as Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, Netscape Mail, and Lotus Notes to securely
access servers on the private network. Native client access is transparent, regardless of whether users are on the local LAN or outside of the network.
- The Terminal Access Package - Includes Java versions of Telnet and SSH, allowing remote users to access network computers through secure, web-based Telnet and SSH sessions.