Standards-based VPN Connectivity.
Secure site-to-site and remote user connectivity is a critical infrastructure component. Every Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewall platform allows you to easily and securely communicate between sites using standards-based IPSec VPN connections. Remote user communications are protected through a rich set of VPN features.
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Secure site-to-site connectivity through IPSec VPN.
Standards-based IPSec VPN connectivity, combined with application visibility and control, protects communications between two or more Palo Alto Networks devices and/or another vendor's IPSec VPN device.
If you have a lot of branch offices or retail stores, you may need to deploy site-to-site VPN across a number of locations. Large-Scale VPN automatically configures your key VPN tunnel settings, making it easy for staff at your branch office to deploy new firewalls. When a new firewall is brought online, it will use an available Internet connection to authenticate with a GlobalProtect Portal and pick up the latest VPN settings to maintain ongoing, secure communications.
Consistent Security Everywhere.
GlobalProtect lets remote users access your network by automatically establishing either an SSL-or IPSec-based VPN connection, depending on location and configuration. This remote access connection is authenticated through one of several mechanisms: local DB, RADIUS, LDAP, Active Directory, Kerberos or Smartcards. Once a secure connection is established, users are protected by the same security policies as your on-site users. GlobalProtect secures users on a range of platforms, including:
- Mac OS X