|Trinity VSE VPN using HauteSpot Routers|
The WRAPNXi (data sheet is coming soon) is a 9 port gigabit Ethernet router that supports same complete feature set of all HauteSpot routers including layer 2 bridging, VPN gateway, BGP, RIP, OSPF, and mesh routing, firewall, QoS management, full diagnostics, and more. Setting this up for "dial in" layer 2 VPN was easy. User accounts can be stored on the router or on a RADIUS server, so you can scale up by simply adding more routers. The WRAPNXi can also support 2x2 or 3x3 multi-band MIMO wireless.
The WRAPLXi is a compact, single 10/100 Ethernet and 2x2 multiband MIMO wireless router. It acts as a client router that can sit behind a broadband firewall router, automatically configure itself, and automatically establish a VPN connection to the WRAPNXi gateway. It then shares the VPN connection to any devices attached to it. To the devices attached to it, the remote network appears local.
|ColdStore NAS Appliance|
Connections are fully secured using AES256 encryption and SHA-1 certificated authentication. The WRAPLXi units automatically establish the connection and can be configured for both wireless or wired client operation. As far as the cameras are concerned, they see the local network at the Veracity headquarters and can stream their video to the ColdStore NAS as if they are in the office.
|Trinity client viewing cameras in New Jersey|
over VPN from California
This is an incredibly strong sales tool. But more important, it can be an incredible infrastructure for deploying Video Surveillance as a Service. Using the HauteSpot VPN architecture, you can securely connect remote locations over the Internet, quickly, easily, and cost effectively.
Maybe we should call this "Virtual Networking as a Service" or "Networking on Demand"