If you are looking for PacketiX VPN, you have come to the right place. We explain what PacketiX VPN is and point you to the official download.
What is PacketiX VPN?
PacketiX VPN is a VPN solution that makes use of a virtual set of Ethernet devices for its VPN protocol. It creates a virtual network, a virtual hub, and a virtual 3-layer switch when activated that emulate, respectively, the traditional network adapter, switching HUB, and IP router. What is the result of this virtualized approach? - The program manages to integrate into already-set-up networks more easily than other VPN solutions that do not use the same technology, especially as its packets are processed like normal SSL connections: this translates to fewer issues with having to jump hurdles like firewalls and LAN for the user.
The use of virtual 3-layer switches are also beneficial for users in that it enhances the flexibility and convenience of the product: it means that users can connect different local networks to a single integrated one, giving users access to all tools from any of the network locations. The program is also compatible with multiple platform, so OS types will not matter. The solution also offers encryption tools for those who want to secure their connections and who want to create password protection barriers.
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File types supported by PacketiX VPN
Our users primarily use PacketiX VPN to open these file types:
About file types supported by PacketiX VPN
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Last updated: : September 2, 2014