Remote clients

Researchers at University of
Southern California's Information Sciences Institute have developed a solution, called
Tethernet, that provides true Internet service behind network address translation-based
subnets and other Internet-challenged environments.


A client
machine at a remote location can hook into the original network using a real Internet
protocol address through a routerlike device connected to an outside service provider.
More information on Tethernet can be found at www.isi.edu/ xbone/tethernet/.


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SIZE="2">Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., Ramat Gan, Israel, has introduced a
virtual private network solution that doesn't require any software on client computers.

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