I don't seem to be able to find a direct answer anywhere in the documentation -- what is the difference between Tectia Client and Tectia ConnectSecure? Is the latter basically the former with additional capabilities, and if so, what can you do in ConnectSecure that you can't do in Client?
(Or point me to the documentation -- I did try to find the answer there first.)
asked Sep 13 '12 at 16:25
That is an excellent question!
Please find information from below:
Tectia ConnectSecure is a client component (“Advanced Client”), available for Windows/Unix/Linux operating systems.
Tectia ConnectSecure includes also SSHG3, SCPG3,SFTPG3 command line tools for scripted jobs like Tectia Client (both products offer also GUI for Windows/Linux).
The following tools are included in both, Tectia Client and in Tectia ConnectSecure’s Windows/Linux/Unix installation packages:
What are differences between the Tectia Client and the Tectia ConnectSecure (besides both are client components)?
Tectia Client includes the following components and features:
Tectia ConnectSecure includes all components and features that the standard Tectia Client already has plus ConnectSecure also provides the following extra features on top of standard client functionality:
Hopefully this helps!
answered Sep 14 '12 at 15:17
Sami Marttinen ♦
That Transparent TCP tunneling in our Tectia ConnectSecure product is unique to Tectia and it allows you to tunnel random TCP based applications in a more flexible manner than what you can do with the old SSH port forwarding thing.
For instance, on Linux/Unix operating systems the advanced TCP tunneling works like follows:
answered Sep 14 '12 at 19:18
Sami Marttinen ♦