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Pros
"The stability of the solution is its most valuable feature."

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"The features I have found to be most valuable are the levels of encryption I can enact and the compression I can apply to improve throughput.""There is support for multi-factor authentication."

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Cons
"The solution had slow connections and very bad routers. We continuously had issues with the VPN and proxy configuration."

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"If there was a Graphical User Interface to help streamline the configuration, I believe OpenVPN would probably venture more into the non-geek realm as it were.""The security needs to be improved because it was a complaint that our customers had."

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"With regard to setup cost, pricing and/or licensing, the simple answer is that you'll need to set aside some time to learn it and experiment with it."

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Ranking
Views
425
Comparisons
315
Reviews
1
Average Words per Review
303
Avg. Rating
9.0
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6,955
Comparisons
5,634
Reviews
2
Average Words per Review
971
Avg. Rating
9.5
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Also Known As
AT&T Remote Access VPN OpenVPN
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Overview

AT&T Virtual Private Network (AT&T VPN) is a network-based IP VPN solution with a wide range of features and the flexibility to choose the options you require today, and over time. ... Network Convergence Integrate multiple disparate voice, video and data networks to a single MPLS IP network.

OpenVPN is an open-source software application that implements virtual private network techniques for creating secure point-to-point or site-to-site connections in routed or bridged configurations and remote access facilities.

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Sample Customers
Road Comission for Oakland County, AW North Carolina, Community Based Care of Central FloridaVerizon, Amazon, Disney, HP, Microsoft, IBM, Samsung
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VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Comms Service Provider34%
Computer Software Company21%
Media Company7%
Government6%
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REVIEWERS
Small Business67%
Midsize Enterprise22%
Large Enterprise11%
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AT&T VPN is ranked 14th in Enterprise Infrastructure VPN with 1 review while OpenVPN Access Server is ranked 6th in Enterprise Infrastructure VPN with 2 reviews. AT&T VPN is rated 9.0, while OpenVPN Access Server is rated 9.6. The top reviewer of AT&T VPN writes "Extremely stable and very scalable ". On the other hand, the top reviewer of OpenVPN Access Server writes "My solution for connecting two DRBD farms". AT&T VPN is most compared with Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client, Zscaler Private Access, Prisma Access by Palo Alto Networks and SecureLink, whereas OpenVPN Access Server is most compared with Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client, Fortinet FortiClient, Prisma Access by Palo Alto Networks, Check Point Endpoint Remote Access VPN and F5 BIG-IP.

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