As long as IPv6 is enabled for the network adapter(s) that handle DA communication, the necessary translation happens automatically.
Yes, but as DA is fairly resource intensive, it’s almost always better to deploy on a dedicated appliance.
Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
No it isn’t, but every environment is different, and some organizations may have policies or other requirements that would necessitate an HA deployment. The E Series solution supports load balancing (integrated and external) for local high availability and redundancy. In addition, a multisite configuration option is available to provide geographic redundancy
Celestix E Series appliances can handle between 500 and 5000 concurrent users.
The Remote Access role in Windows Server 2012 includes a client-based VPN option that supports PPTP, L2TP/IPsec, SSTP, and IKEv2 protocols.
Windows 7 Enterprise and Ultimate, Windows 8 and later Enterprise.
It’s recommended to run DA on its own hardware, with supporting technologies running on separate servers. Each deployment will have its own needs for hardware components.
The minimum DA infrastructure requires: Server running Windows Server 2012 R2 for current full functionality Active Directory DNS Clients and servers must be domain joined Public key infrastructure (PKI) is required to support Windows 7 clients, in addition to advanced features like OTP authentication, NAP integration, and multi-site deployments. Required certificate: SSL certificate – an […]
DA and traditional VPN’s both allow remote access to the internal network, but DA also allows remote management to maintain client compliance with security policies. Also, client-based VPN requires the user to initiate a connection to the corporate network where DirectAccess does not.