Business oriented networking service

Integrating several hundred devices into ecosystem may be a problem. Thus we've developed service where you can simply put all devices into network and managing it via web service. Even with the most sophisticated software development sometimes it's better to have backup communication widh devices directly on L2 level.

With Safe Networking you can

  • See the status of all devices
  • Manage credentials for every each device or do the mass update
  • Make TLS communication even secure by hardening with certificates
  • Encrypt whole communication including authentication process
  • Jump over firewalls, NAT and even the most hardened network configurations forbidding VPN services
traffic graph

Network types

Safe networking based on Open-Source IPsec-based VPN Solution.

StrongSWAN version: 5.x
Maximum clients per instance: 10 000
IKEv1/v2: available
IPv6: supported

Safe networking based on Open-Source network system.
By default single instance of OpenVPN daemon is running.

OpenVPN version: 2.4.x
Clients per instance: 800 (optimal)
Maximum clients per instance: 3200
HA configuration: available
Network types: Routed & Bridged
Encryption: SSL/TLS
IPv6: supported

Proprietary CISCO VPN based on IPsec running on ASA hardware.

Stateful inspection: yes
Maximum IKEv1 clients: 5,000
IKEv2: not supported
3DES/AES IPsec bandwith: 1Gbps
Authentication: LDAP only
IPv6: supported

Safe Networking Pricing

Traffic Price per month Clients Price per package of clients
up to 100 GigaBytes $9 up to 100 clients $5
up to 1 TeraByte $49 up to 500 clients $19
up to 5 TeraBytes $199 up to 3,000 clients $49
up to 10 TeraBytes $299 up to 10,000 clients $109

About Safe Networking

That depends on your requirements. One has better performance, other stability and security. In general we recommend using OpenVPN as it's the most sophisticated open-source and community developed system with very good history avaiable on the market.

The Safe Networking Service backed by OpenVPN runs a single instance daemon by default. It can also be configured in High-Availability mode with minimum of 2 instances. If you enable this you'll get load-balanced service using 2 IPs and thanks to routing magic the clients may communicate on the same network even if connected to different host.

The OpenVPN has 2 compression types. The older version used LZO data compression. The latest version supports LZ4 which is the best algorithm to give you maximum performance while being very gentle to CPU. You need to avoid using LZO if you want to get the best performance for your clients but sometimes there is such need because of compatibility so the option is still available.

Your clients can use almost any OS, mainly Windows, Linux but also an android or iOS devices.

There is fair usage policy 1TB in data transfered per 24hour. The instance will be shut down because of security rules. If you plan to exceed the limits please ask us.