The Check Point Endpoint Remote Access VPN Software Blade provides users with secure, seamless access to corporate networks and resources when traveling or working remotely.
Check Point VPN License Guide IPSec VPN ( CPSB-VPN) The IPSec VPN Software Blade enables Check Point Security Gateways to allow encrypted traffic to traverse the enforcement point in general. This encrypted traffic passes over Site-to-Site VPN tunnels, as well as, over VPN tunnels established by SecuRemote. Note: The IPSec VPN blade enables encrypted traffic to traverse the Security Gateway; this is not limited to IPSec VPN traffic. Check Point Software Blade Architecture A Software Blade is a security application or module such as a firewall, Virtual Private Network (VPN), Intrusion Prevention System (IPS), or Application Control to name a few, that is independent, modular and centrally managed. They allow organizations to customize a security configuration that targets the right mix of protection and investment.
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Note: The above settings are an example of an RV130/RV130W IPSec VPN Server configuration. The settings are based on the document, Configuration of an IPSec VPN Server on RV130 and RV130W, and will be referred to in subsequent steps. Step 3. Navigate to VPN > IPSec VPN Server > User. The User page appears. Step 4. Remote Access Clients for Windows - Check Point Software Requires IPsec VPN and Mobile Access Software Blades on the gateway. SecuRemote Replaces the SecuRemote client. Basic remote access functionality. Unlimited number of connections for Security Gateways with the IPsec VPN blade. Requires an IPsec VPN Software Blade on the gateway.