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VNS3 Free - Network Controller (Firewall/Router/VPN)

Cohesive Networks | 6.1.4-20231011

Linux/Unix, Other 6.1.4 - 64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI)

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4-star reviews ( Show all reviews )

    Alex Hubner

Allow only 1 (one) IPSec endpoint in the free version

  • November 20, 2019
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Good solution, but the description is not clear about the limits of the free version. For those looking for a VPN IPSec concentrator, bear in mind that this free version allows for only ONE IPSec endpoint.

    CodeObjects - Prod

Amazing support team

  • March 10, 2015
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We used free tier to test vpn tunneling. Our setup got some issues and approached cohesive support for help, they are amazing fast and helped us with all our doubts. Ryan from support was very helpful and answered all our questions. I higly recommend cohesive for vpn tunneling.


    Russ @ MedKeeper

A necessary addition to VPC

  • April 25, 2014
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We are running a SaaS business from AWS that requires VPN connections to many of our customer sites for data feeds remote access. The VPN feature of VPC is limited and assumes that you control both sides of the VPN.

In our case we often have to NAT addresses coming through the VPN as well as match configuration specifications that are unavailable in VPC. Also, with VPC there is no visibility into the health of the VPN other than a simple UP or DOWN. It's very difficult to troubleshoot or even bounce the tunnel.

VNS3 has solved those issues for us. It provides a virtual networking device that is configurable and maintainable. But the best part is the support that Cohesive gives. They are available at the drop of a hat to assist in setting up and/or troubleshooting VPN issues, and are very good at what they do.

It also really helps that they are always willing to explain the problem and solution, so we can get better at handling issues ourselves.

Special thanks to Ryan and Patrick!

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