Virtual Private Network Servers

DBM Virtual Private Network server establish secure connections between your on-premises networks, remote offices, client devices, and the DBM global network. DBM VPN is comprised of three services: Site-to-Site VPN, Remote access VPN and Personal VPN. Each service provides a highly-available, managed, and elastic VPN solution to protect your network traffic.

DBM Supported 3 Types of VPN

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Solution 1 - Site-to-Site VPN

Prerequisites: Dedicated Server + ASA Firewall, Shared ASA or Dedicated ASA are available.

The Cisco ASA5505 supports site-to-site VPN for a single gateway-to-gateway VPN tunnel. For example, you can configure the ASA5505 at a branch site to connect to the router at the corporate site, so that the branch site can securely access the corporate network.

When configuring Site-to-Site VPN, a form must be filled out by the customer and configured both on the DBM side and locally by the customer.

Solution 2 - Remote Access VPN

Prerequisites: Dedicated Server + ASA Firewall, either Shared ASA or Dedicated ASA.

For quick setup with basic VPN security settings, distribute the Cisco QuickVPN software to your users, who can then securely access your network resources. Use this option if you want to simplify the VPN setup process. You do not have to configure VPN policies. Remote users can connect securely with the Cisco QuickVPN client and an Internet connection.



Solution 3 - Personal VPN

Prerequisite: Windows VPS, Dedicated Windows Server

In Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2012, you can deploy both DirectAccess and Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) on the same server. These allowing you to provide DirectAccess connectivity to supported clients as well as providing VPN access to remote clients that do not support.

About Cisco ASA5505

Use Cisco ASA5505 as a firewall, customers can set up site-to-site VPN or remote access VPN to access the servers.

A reliable firewall is the hallmark of a secure network. Networks support sensitive, crucial applications and processes, and provide a common infrastructure for converged data, voice, and video services. Firewall security is a primary concern. Instead of providing only point products that set a base level of security, Cisco embeds firewall security throughout the network and integrates security services in all of its products. Firewall security becomes a transparent, scalable, and manageable aspect of the business infrastructure.

Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliances are easy-to-deploy solutions that integrate world-class firewall, Unified Communications (voice/video) security, SSL and IPsec VPN, intrusion prevention (IPS), and content security services in a flexible, modular product family.

ItemDescriptionOne-time FeeMonthly FeeNotes
Cisco ASA5505 FirewallIncludes 10-user license,8-port Fast Ethernet switch,stateful firewall,10 IPsec VPN peers,2SSL VPN peers,3DES/AES license,and 1expansion slot$0.00$49.00---
Dedicated Server1u Supermicro Super Server Quad-core Xeon E5-1620v2 CPU 64GB RAM 2x960GB SSD RAID 1+2TB SATA Windows Server 2019 Standard Edition x64$0.00$199.00---

Types of VPN Server Supported

The vast majority of VPNs fall into three main categories.


Site-to-site VPN(aka Network-based VPN)

Site-to-site VPNs are mostly used by businesses — large corporations in particular. They allow users in selected locations to access each other's networks securely. It's a great way to connect all offices and enable different branches to safely share resources and information.

Remote access VPN(aka Client VPN、Business VPN)

A remote-access VPN allows users to connect to a remote network, usually by using special software. If you ever needed to log on to your office network, you most likely used a remote access VPN as well. It makes working away from the office safer and easier, as employees can access data and resources from anywhere.



Personal VPN(aka Consumer VPN)

Most consumer-grade VPNs are classed as personal VPNs, including NordVPN. They are very similar to remote-access VPNs in operation, but instead of connecting to a proprietary restricted network (such as your workplace), you connect to your VPN provider's servers for protection and privacy while you explore the internet.

Comparison of VPN types

Site-to-Site VPNRemote Access VPNPersonal VPN
Who Connects Where?Network connects to another network.User connects to a private network.User connects to the internet via a third-party server
Software Required?Users do not need to run additional software.Users usually need install software on their device,or configure their operating system.Users install a VPN service's software onto their device.
Best Used ForJoining up two or more networks,to create a combined single network.Connecting to your company's network or any other private network form home or another remote location.Protecting your privacy and bypassing geographic restrictions online.

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VPN Server FAQs

Frequently asked questions about our VPN service