Embedded IPsec could reduce demand for third-party VPN clients. In the Win32 market, third-party IPsec clients...
have persisted because they are easier to use and provide value-added features when paired with remote access concentrators – your Win32 Cisco VPN client is a good example. Only time will tell if the same trend will hold for PDA IPsec clients, but here's one example: Bluefire announced that it will add a VPN client to its centrally-administered Pocket PC security suite by the end of this year.
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