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MegaPath IPsec VPN
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Overview

MegaPath IPsec VPN delivers a Layer 7 deep-packet inspection engine that shapes network traffic, blocking evasive and encrypted applications including Peer-to-Peer. Built for today’s multi-use networks, VPN service helps ensure that your business internet serves your business needs. It throttles bandwidth hogs like Netflix and BitTorrent, and prioritizes real-time productivity apps like VoIP.

Perimeter 81 is a Zero Trust Network as a Service helping organizations to secure their network, cloud and application access, and protect their most valuable resources. Incorporating the highest standards of Zero Trust Security, Perimeter 81 seamlessly applies adaptive policies, based on device, identity and location, so that only authorized users are granted access to critical corporate resources. A pioneer in software-defined access technology, Perimeter 81 is among the first solution that can fully secure access to both managed and unmanaged devices. Unlike traditional hardware-based network security providers, Perimeter 81 provides greater network visibility, seamless on-boarding and automatic integration with all the major cloud providers. Furthermore, the solution can be fully deployed across a company’s network in less than 15 minutes, giving companies of all industries and sizes the power to be securely mobile and completely cloud-confident.

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MegaPath MPLS VPN is ranked 27th in Enterprise Infrastructure VPN while Perimeter 81 is ranked 10th in Enterprise Infrastructure VPN with 1 review. MegaPath MPLS VPN is rated 0.0, while Perimeter 81 is rated 10.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Perimeter 81 writes "Affordable, secure, and allows me to manage all user access in one platform". MegaPath MPLS VPN is most compared with Prisma Access by Palo Alto Networks, Zscaler Private Access and SecureLink, whereas Perimeter 81 is most compared with Zscaler Private Access, Prisma Access by Palo Alto Networks, Cato Networks, Cisco Umbrella and Cloudflare Access.

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