The H3C SecBlade SSL VPN card can be used in S7500E switches to implement convenient, fast, secure remote access. Users can access the internal network resources simply through a Web browser, without the need of installing a specific client. This makes the SSL VPN access a mobile, low-cost secure remote access mode.
The SecBlade SSL VPN card uses the industry-leading remote end security checking technology, which allows the card to restrict the access of insecure remote hosts and to perform granular VPN access right control, ensuring the security of remote access. The SecBlade SSL VPN card is plug-and-play and features good extensibility, which can ease management and reduce the maintenance costs.
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The SecBlade SSL VPN card uses a multi-core CPU. Such advanced hardware platform makes the SecBlade SSL VPN card the one that supports the largest number of concurrent users in the whole industry.
The Web access mode uses the browser/server model. In this mode, no client software is needed, and a client can simply use a Web browser to access internal network resources securely, easily, and quickly. All client-side configuration information is saved on the SSL VPN server, which resides on the internal network. This allows administrators to perform centralized client-side maintenance on the server. No maintenance is required on remote clients. When a client logs out, the SecBlade SSL VPN card clears the relevant buffers, Cookies, and configuration files automatically to prevent sensitive information from being leaked.
The SecBlade SSL VPN card supports proactive remote security status checking, which evaluates the security status of operating systems, browsers, anti-virus software, and system processes on clients in real time and denies the access of insecure clients. This reduces the security risk of remote access dramatically.
Providing multiple access modes (including Web access, TCP access, and IP access) and supporting more granular access control of resources (such as URLs, file directories, and servers), the SecBlade SSL VPN card can satisfy various requirements for remote access security and control.
The SecBlade SSL VPN card provides multiple popular authentication and external authorization platforms, including local authentication, RADIUS, LDAP, AD, RSA SecurID, and third-party PKI authentication, supporting authentication, authorization, and management of different users.
The SecBlade SSL VPN card supports the client/server model and, through its SSL VPN channels, can service various applications, such as Exchange, FTP, Outlook, and VNC.
The card allows you to complete all operations through Web pages and to customize logo pictures and page titles as you like.
To support SSL VPN user access and management, you only need to insert the SecBlade SSL VPN card into an H3C switch. The card will share the same management platform with the switch, and is therefore easy to manage. Besides, any port on the switch can be used as the port of the SecBlade SSL VPN card. This reduces not only the initial deployment cost but also the network expansion cost.
The SecBlade SSL VPN card is plugged into an H3C switch as a service card. This reduces sing-node failures and guarantees the high reliability of the network.
H3C SecBlade SSL VPN Overseas Version
S7500E series switches
1 console port (CON)
Dimension (H × W × D)
40.1 × 399.2 × 376.5 mm (1.58 × 15.72 × 14.82 in.)
0 to 45°C (32 to 113°F)
10 to 95% (noncondensing)
Web access (HTTP proxy), TCP access (port forwarding), and IP access (network extension)
User authentication methods
Local authentication, RADIUS authentication, LDAP authentication, AD authentication, certificate authentication, and two-factor authentication
Automatic clearing of buffered data
Clear the buffered web pages, cookies, downloaded programs, and configuration files.
Exchange, FTP, VNC, remote desktop sharing, Outlook
RSA digital signature algorithm
MD5 and SHA1 digest algorithms
Encryption algorithms of RC4, DES, 3DES, and AES