Many applications today use a dial-up modem for remote access.
The Traversix Virtual Connectivity Network is a less expensive, more secure
substitute for modems. Converting applications to use the Traversix
Virtual Connectivity Network saves the telephone line's monthly cost and long
distance charges, which for international deployments can be
substantial. The instantly-available connection saves time that would
otherwise be spent waiting for modems to dial and connect. In addition, manageability is enhanced and simplified by
centralizing access control.
To convert your operations from
modems to the Traversix Virtual Connectivity Network, simply replace the modem
attached to your remote equipment with a Traversix Connectivity Server,
and install the Connectivity Client on the PCs in your operations
center. Continue to use the same remote-access applications that
you're already using, simply by directing them to the Connectivity
Client's virtual serial port. The Connectivity Client will connect
to the serial port of the Connectivity Server that you select, allowing
your application to connect to the equipment as before.