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remote access server

A computer in a network that provides access to remote users via an Internet or dial-up connection. See network access server and RAS.
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"Remote LAN Access allows clients to eliminate the costs associated with toll-free dial-in access as well as the expenses of operating a remote access server," said Greg Tennant, senior vice president of product development for Convergent Communications.
The 2960 Remote Access Server integrates 48 or 60 analog or digital modems that support V.90, K56Flex, ISDN and V.34 connections.
With the use of Multi-Tech's open system remote access server expansion cards, organizations can deploy the server-based solutions to help extend their IT infrastructure beyond the LAN.
Secure Computing adapted its RADIUS remote access server to be able to process authentication requests from IBM Global Services customers.
Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU), a systems, services and software provider for next-generation communications networks, has announced that it has been selected by telecomms company Telefonica in Brazil to expand its Remote Access Server (RAS) network in the State of Sao Paulo.
Conexant has successfully demonstrated V.92 interoperability with Cisco, Lucent Technologies, Nortel and 3Com, major suppliers of remote access server equipment, and will begin shipping its V.92-based chipsets to customers this year.
Next-generation remote access server (RAS) platforms will evolve from modem termination devices to platforms that will support voice, fax, and data traffic--providing both access to broadband wide area networks and the public switched telephone network (PSTN).
Virtual Motion Inc has merged through a mutual stock exchange with Acotec Gmbh, in a move that will give the US company more efficient ISDN connection software for its Windows NT Remote Access Server communications application.

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