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SolidShare secures your network, allowing you to implement your security policy by configuring a set of rules that specify which sites (IP addresses) and applications can be passed through the SolidShare server computer, it can also perform NAT (Network Address Translation) to share a single Internet connection. SolidShare monitors requests and responses between the Internet and internal client computers, controlling who can access which computers on the internal (local) network, and also controls which computers on the Internet can be accessed by internal clients. By setting the security rules, you can prevent unauthorized access from entering the local network, you can also restrict what traffic is allowed for each source, destination, application, schedule, and perform NAT or not.
Price USD40
License Free to try
File Size 3.68 MB
Version 2.6.11
Operating System Windows Me Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows NT Windows Windows 98
System Requirements Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003 Server
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