How can you connect private, dispersed networks without purchasing expensive hardware, and create secure, hybrid environments with simplified setup and management?
OpenVPN Solutions for Site-to-Site Networking
Connect your networks using OpenVPN Access Server to create a site-to-site VPN. The Access Server Admin UI enables you to manage your users, permissions, subnets, and connections quickly and easily, with or without Linux knowledge.
- You can eliminate single points of failure by launching an “active-active” clustering setup. In this configuration, multiple Access Servers handle data and traffic flow, as well as user connections.
- You can connect OpenVPN-compatible routers at branch or remote locations with your corporate Access Server. These are easier to configure and set up than IPsec and you can get your remote locations up and running quickly.
- Access Server is available in the marketplaces of popular cloud providers: AWS, Google Cloud, Oracle, Azure, and DigitalOcean. You can deploy Access Server on a cloud network, then launch gateway clients on office networks and your site-to-site network will soon be up and running.
OpenVPN Cloud enables you to quickly and securely set up your site-to-site network to connect your headquarters, remote offices, and cloud-based private networks.
- With OpenVPN Cloud, you can create a private WAN that can be accessed from regional locations worldwide. Your private networks in each remote office or branch location can be set up with full-mesh connectivity to communicate with each other and your headquarters location.
- OpenVPN Cloud Smart Routing ensures that traffic is routed to connectors based on geographic proximity, network characteristics and connectivity, load balancing, and built-in redundancy.
- If you don’t need a full-mesh solution, you can also use OpenVPN Cloud to define granular and custom access control for network resources and services.
- The intuitive and user-friendly OpenVPN Cloud administration portal lets you manage your users and groups, networks, hosts, connectors, and more.