> Dear Managers,
> We are planning to buy a Remote Access Server inorder to
> provide remote LAN access to our employees who need to
> work from their home. The typical setup will be a PC
> running either Windows 3.X or Windows NT connected
> to the terminal server using 28.8K modem. Windows 3.X
> clients will be running some sort of X-terminal
> The ideal product should at least support:
> ARA(AppleTalk Remote Access)
> NetBeui/RAS(Window NT/WIN95)
> Dial Back for security
> 28.8K V.34 modems
> Multiport Asynch(at least 8)
> I have heared of couple of product; BitRUNR and Cisco Access
> that should provide most of these functionality. Any comments?
> I will appreciate any comments or suggestions on what other
> sites use for providing such capability.
Thanks very much for all the responses:
Anatoly.Lisovsky@kamaz.kazan.su (Anatoly M. Lisovsky)
email@example.com (Rob Allan)
firstname.lastname@example.orgPont.com (Tim Evans)
email@example.com (Andy Evans)
Tom Mornini <firstname.lastname@example.org>
David Fong <dsf@NSD.3Com.COM>
Here is the summary:
> In my mind best solutions in terms of protocols and security is
> Micro Annex XL from Xylogics.
> We've been using the telebit netblazer for this type of thing.
> I think www.telebit.com exists.
>Check into Telebit's NetBlazer, too. I'm quite happy with mine.
> Xyplex communication servers.
> I think you should check out products from Tribe. They are
> a Macintosh company originally, but their products have
> wide standards support now.
> I've noticed their 8 port RA server for a while now. Looks
> pretty good.
> 3Com has a product called AccessBuilder that may do what
> you want. You can get more info. by accessing
> the home page, (www.3com.com), or send an inquiry to
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