Internet shared out for all
1 April 2005 | 0
The Vigor 2200 now also has a virtual private network facility, which allows you to connect two remote LANs to each other
If you company has just has an ISDN fast Internet line installed and you would like to split and share that access among your employees over the office network then take a look at the Vigar series of routers.
The €484 Vigor 2200 and €585 2200X models gives your office network ISDN access for Web and e-mail but also gives your employees remote access to your office network. The Vigor 2200 has a real time clock, which can update itself from your browser or an Internet timeserver. This enables you to schedule the router to dial-on on ISDN at a preset time, but also to restrict ISDN access to certain hours so that the router will only allow Internet or dial-in access at certain times i.e. office hours.
The Vigor 2200 now also has a virtual private network facility, which allows you to connect two remote LANs (i.e. head office and a branch office) to each other using the Internet. A secure ‘tunnel’ is established and as you are making use of your existing Internet connection, there are no long distance phone charges or huge leased line costs typical of LAN links.
- Contact Bandwidth Telecommunications 01 8601515