QNAP Network Attached Storage (NAS) users may be interested to know that the company has released a beta version of its latest QVPN device client for Windows. A beta version of the QNAP QVPN Device Client specifically built for Windows is now available for download as a release candidate for version 188.8.131.526. To be able to use the latest version, your systems must have at least QTS 4.3.5 (or later) installed with QVPN 2.0 to enable the QBelt protocol; Windows 8 (or later) says QNAP.
“Try the updated system architecture and updated secure VPN connections”
QNAP QVPN device client
“QNAP invites Windows users to try the free beta version of QVPN, where they can enjoy a smoother VPN connection from their client devices. We also invite them to provide feedback so that we can continue to add improvements to the official release of QVPN Device Client for Windows.
An allnew system architecture delivers improved compatibility and more stable VPN connections, giving users smoother data access and file transfers. QVPN is a powerful tool that provides VPN connectivity directly to QNAP devices (including QNAP NAS with QVPN servers, QHora/QMiro routers with QuWAN SDWAN, and QuCPE network virtualization equipment) using protocols including QBelt. Connection logs are stored to view historical usage data, and a builtin speed test allows users to test VPN connection speed.”
If you would like to learn more about VPN connections and the beta, as well as download the latest version of QVPN Device Client for Windows, which became available this week, visit the official QNAP news service by clicking on the link below.
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