Mission Control
            WAN Encryption and Routing

            The WAN Encryption and Routing service makes it possible to build a provider-independent WAN across a public and private network. Network topologies are configured according to your business needs and multiple provider connections are used to ensure redundancy.

            Business correspondence and business-critical data are encrypted to keep the data secure and reduce the risks of miscellaneous internet eavesdropping. The WAN Encryption and Routing service enables secure site-to-site connections through the internet, where all traffic between the sites is automatically encrypted and authenticated.

            For example, a Virtual Private Network (VPN) is encrypted and can be used to:

            • Connect users securely and efficiently to a remote network over the internet
            • Connect two networks together
            • Implement controlled access to certain subnets within a private system

            Partitioned topology that divides huge virtual networks into parts.
            Partitioned topology that divides huge virtual networks into parts.

            The routing table in the Mission Control Portal shows what networks are reachable over the WAN, which helps analyze routing issues or acts as a pre-check for the reachability of a location.
            The routing table in the Mission Control Portal shows what networks are reachable over the WAN, which helps analyze routing issues or acts as a pre-check for the reachability of a location.

            The Mission Control Portal provides the status and usage information about all VPN connections.
            The Mission Control Portal provides the status and usage information about all VPN connections.

            VPN tunnel monitoring statistics are available for the last 24 hours, last week, last month and last year.
            VPN tunnel monitoring statistics are available for the last 24 hours, last week, last month and last year.