I have a question regarding the SSL VPN encryption on the SA-520.
When I set up SSL VPN og Port Forwarding, is all data on all allowed ports encrypted through the SSL tunnel no matter what application I use to access it?
For example, let's say I allow access to port 21 through my SSL VPN connection, through either VPN or Port Forwarding. Is the traffic to and from port 21, accessed throught my FTP client, encrypted in the SSL tunnel, or do I need to set up encryption on the FTP server to ensure encryption of the traffic?
I have a friend who believes that only traffic accessed through the web browser is encrypted through the SSL tunnel.
Is there any difference in the way this works if I use VPN or Port Forwarding, except that I get a local IP for VPN?
Thanks for your answer, I also assume that in your answers lies that all data, also from outside the Web application is encrypted through the VPN tunnel? Just to be 100% certain about this. Thanks again..
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