Inside Secure IPsec Toolkit (previously QuickSec) is a complete software stack to build scalable IPsec VPN gateway or robust IPsec Client. Developed and maintained by security experts, it is widely used by tier 1 customers to accelerate time-to-market and reduce overall R&D costs.
Deployments over a million concurrent tunnels and unbeaten tunnel setup rates
Overlapping routing instances for Inside Secure IPsec servers and clients to isolate different traffic
Professional and GPL free
Engineer level support and regular updates provided under maintenance
Inside Secure IPsec Toolkit (previously QuickSec IPsec Toolkit) is written in highly-portable C source code and free of GPL constraints. It enables robust authentication, confidentiality and data integrity developed in compliance over 90+ standard specifications required to work with the various flavors of IPsec.
The team has worked on IPsec technology for 20 years (previously under SafeNet and AuthenTec) and co-authored the latest IKEv2 specification (RFC 7296). Interoperability is verified as part of the QA process in Inside Secure’s own laboratory.
Leading companies are using Inside Secure IPsec in Cloud, SD-WAN, enterprise security gateways, high-security government appliances, high-capacity carrier gateways, eNodeB, mobile devices and printers.
As our customers develop products that must work seamlessly with various IPsec implementations, GUARD IPsec Toolkit supports the 90+ standard specifications required to work with the various flavors of IPsec. The QuickSec team has worked on IPsec technology for 20 years, and Inside Secure co-authored the latest IKEv2 specification (RFC 7296). Interoperability is verified as part of the QA process in Inside Secure’s own laboratory.
Inside Secure IPsec Server Toolkit is designed for high scalability and has been deployed with over one million IPsec tunnels. Large deployments have specific needs such as:
To allow a Cloud network to provide multiple networks or an eNodeB to support multiple operators, IPsec Toolkit supports multiple VRF (Virtual Routing and Forwarding) instances.
Designed to integrate with any dataplane
Most platform vendors provide an IPsec dataplane optimized for their platform, making it essential that IPsec Toolkit integrates seamlessly with any IPsec dataplane. It is pre-integrated with Netlink API, and seamlessly integrates with Linux kernel IPsec dataplane for embedded integration, or with 6WINDGate’s IPsec dataplane for Cloud’s integration (over DPDK). It is also designed to integrate with any IPsec dataplane through its common dataplane API.
IKE (Internet Key Exchange)
Certificates and PKI Functionality
Complete IPsec Cryptography
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