Configure FortiGate and FortiClient (v5.0.2) IPSec VPN for Secure Remote Access to Work Network
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OATH compliant Time-based One Time Password (TOTP) tokens lets you solve network authentication security problems affordably by adding a second factor for strong authentication. You cannot always trust your users with your network security. Relying solely on static passwords for remote access to your VPN and web sites provides only weak authentication, because your users’ passwords are vulnerable to theft or guessing, as well as dictionary and brute-force attacks. To solve these problems you can deploy FortiToken-200 OTP token using either FortiGate consolidated network security appliances or FortiAuthenticator as your authentication server, depending on your organizational needs.
|Embedded Security Algorithm||OATH TOTP (Time-based), 60 sec, time step|
|Component||Built-in Button 6 Character LCD Screen Globally Unique Serial Number|
|Battery Lifetime||Up to 5 Years / Up to 14000 dynamic passwords|
|Water-Resistant||IP68 (Ingress Protection)|
|Casing||Hard Molded Plastic (ABS) Tamper-Evident /Tamper- Resistant|
|Secure Storage Medium||Static Random Access Memory (RAM)|
|Battery Type||Standard Lithium Battery|
FortiGate appliances allowed us to have our security grow with the needs of our network infrastructure, evolving from 200 Mbps to 1 Gbps performance over time. With Fortinet's firewall solution, we control what comes in and out of our data centers, and we have been able to include new applications in our service catalogue without jeopardizing the availability and security of our core systems.