Stonesoft 1035

Virtual SSL VPN


Virtualization technologies, like VMware Virtual Infrastructure and vSphere allow the implementation of virtual data centers where servers are consolidated over a hypervisor distributed across multiple physical servers. This maximizes resilience to hardware failure while optimizing scalability and minimizing operating and maintenance costs.

The Stonesoft SSL VPN Virtual Appliance is a solution for building an application portal, which is dynamically populated depending on multiple criteria, with a particular accent on strong authentication, end-point security, assessment and trace removal techniques. The native format of the Virtual Appliance allows immediate deployment of the solution in VMware based virtual infrastructures. Support for optimized network drivers guarantees efficiency and performance.


Dynamic Portal for secure access to your applications

  • IPS Datasheet
  • Applications are dynamically made available depending on access criteria and security posture of the connecting client
  • Both web and client/server TCP/UDP applications are supported with Single Sign-On and trace removal at the end of the session
  • Support for multiple client platforms with device identification and customisable behaviour

Over 20 Authentication Methods

  • 6 Native Radius-based servers
  • Multi-Factor Authentication
  • Transparent integration with backend third party authentication systems
  • Chaining of multiple methods in a stronger authentication process

Transparent integration

  • Dynamic User Linking with existing user databases
  • Includes own Directory Service, supports also external ones
  • User Grouping with multiple techniques

Designed for Virtual Environments

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  • Native Virtual Appliance for rapid deployment and implementation/li>
  • Support for Open Virtual Format (OVF) standard/li>


Operating environment: VMware ESX Server versions 4.0 and 4.1, ESXi versions 4.0, 4.1 and 5.0
Memory requirements: 2 GB RAM minimum, 8 GB recommeded with 64bit version
Disk requirements: 2 GB virtual disk minimum, 8 GB recommended
Virtual firewall image size: 140 MB
Network interfaces support: A minimum of three virtual network interface and VLAN tagging 802.1Q

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