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VPN Manager

The EVOLINK VPN MANAGER enables the customers to freely monitor real-time the performance of a Virtual Private Network and to generate statistics for random past periods. The Platform provides means for management of the service, the equipment, the configurations and the system access control.


The EVOLINK VPN MANAGER is not simply specialized software. EVOLINK provides the overall cloud platform. The customers benefit from:

  • Complete software product;
  • Server resources for product installation;
  • Full hardware redundancy for support of the platform;
  • Installation, setup and configuration;
  • Integration with the customer network;
  • Basic use training.


The EVOLINK VPN MANAGER platform consists of the following six basic modules:

 VPN Manager

Status Monitoring (LINK) – is a module to monitor the availability of connectivity to a specified list of IP devices. Supports notification via e-mail and SMS, and displays the status in tabular and graphical form.

System Logs (SYS) – is a module for collecting all system data generated by the devices and storing it in a database. Various reports and tracking of events are made possible via a web interface. Alarms via e-mail and SMS messages upon occurrence of predefined events are available.

Traffic Grapher (RTG) - is module for monitoring and measuring the traffic load on all network links, VPN and Internet ports in the customer network. It stores the data in RRD databases and illustrates them in detail using PNG images. It allows the user to see traffic load on a network over time in graphical form.

Latency Deviation Monitoring (SMOKE) – is a module for tracking packet loss, latency and jitter according to configured predefined destinations. Shows statistics over a different time periods in PNG images.

Configuration Change Management (CVS) – is a module to track configuration changes in the network equipment. It stores the changes and the original configurations in different formats.

Access Control (TAC) – is a web module for defining and assigning privileges and access rights for network users/administrators by using the AAA (Authentication Accounting Authorization) Cisco model.