Novosibirsk, Russia (PressExposure) April 19, 2008 -- This release adds (among other enhancements) support for DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol), a network protocol that enables a server to automatically assign IP addresses to individual computers from a predefined range of addresses for a given network.
Dynamic addressing in UserGate server simplifies network administration because UserGate keeps track of IP addresses rather than requiring the administrator to manage the task. This means that a new computer can be added to a network without the hassle of manually assigning it a unique IP address.
"We're extremely excited about UserGate 4.3 with DHCP support," reports Alexander Levchenko, President of Entensys Corporation. "This release helps network administrators accomplish network configuration control through DHCP. By using UserGate with DHCP users can quickly and easily connect to their network with minimal changes to their computers."
This new version of UserGate includes a number of improvements; for example, its NAT driver now supports multiple IP addresses on one network adapter, as well as being able to access the IP address on the perimeter network. Moreover, its NAT driver performance is greatly enhanced along with the performance of its whole system.
Additionally, the ability to export user statistics to HTML is implemented, active mode for FTP-protocol through NAT driver was built in, added the option of HTTP-authorization for terminal server, and others.
The fully functional trial version of UserGate server with DHCP support can be downloaded from http://www.entensys.com.
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