SecureBox family of device servers offers the most secure way to add formerly isolated electronic equipment to the Ethernet network.
The SecureBox family of device servers offers the most secure way to add formerly isolated electronic equipment to the Ethernet network. With this capability, virtually any device with a serial port can be remotely accessed and controlled securely over the network or the Internet. This adds an unprecedented level of flexibility and efficiency to your business, and breathes new life into your existing equipment.
With the proliferation of information in today’s electronic world, businesses are more concerned than ever about protecting data from unwanted intrusion as it is transferred over a network or the Internet. SecureBox device servers feature the most robust security available on the market with a National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) certified implementation of 128-256 bit AES (Advanced Encryption Standards; Rijndael) as specified by FIPS-197 (Federal Information Processing Standards).
Easy to install and implement, SecureBox device servers are ideal for commercial applications where secure data communications are essential, medical facilities, government agencies and financial institutions. Using a method called serial tunneling, SecureBox encrypts and encapsulates serial data into packets and transports it over Ethernet. Using two device servers connected by a network, secure virtual serial connections can be extended across a facility or around the world.
The Lantronix approach to secure communications is transparent to your attached devices and software. There is no need to change the way you work or develop special software to encrypt/decrypt information over the network. The Windows-based configuration software, user-friendly web interface and on-line help simplify and streamline the set-up process. SecureBox can also be set up locally through its serial port, or remotely over a network using Telnet or a web browser. For added security, the web interface can be disabled.
SecureBox device servers can be used as a faster, less expensive and more reliable alternative to dial-up modems. In modem emulation mode, the unit accepts modem AT commands on the serial port and establishes a secure network connection to the end device, eliminating the need for dedicated modems and phone lines.
Available in single port (SDS1101) or dual port (SDS2101) configurations, SecureBox can also work with Lantronix’s Secure Com Port Redirector (SCPR) software to extend the functionality of COM port-based Windows® applications across Ethernet. SCPR creates encrypted virtual COM port connections to transport data to a remote SecureBox over the network or the Internet. This provides secure access and control of COM port-based applications from anywhere, at any time.
Built to expand as your needs grow, SecureBox’s Flash memory provides maintenance-free, non-volatile web page storage and facilitates easy future system upgrades. If you’re looking for the most cost-effective and scalable solution for securely network-enabling your equipment, look no further than SecureBox.
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|ICES-003 Issue 4 February 2004 Class A||Radiated Emissions 30MHz – 1000MHz|
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