HTTPS is the most commonly used secure web protocol that enables encrypted data communications between the client and the server. HTTPS allows web browsers and other clients to negotiate a secure connection and safely access secure web sites.
FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol, which is a communications protocol for moving files from one computer to another. FTP uses the standard Internet file transfer commands, but applies them in a manner specified by the FTP protocol.
The PIX firewall traps incoming authorized VPN traffic and routes the packets to appropriate port on the OpenVPN server. Using this example, if the PIX rules are configured to allow the VPN traffic, the packets will be delivered to the OpenVPN server on port 443, which is the default port that OpenVPN listens on.
With PIX Firewall in gateway mode, all traffic will be passed to the OpenVPN server. The OpenVPN server will then dynamically create a tunnel and deliver traffic to the destination IP address. The traffic will then be delivered to the client over the internet. The destination IP address will be the public IP address.
This is a rare case of an undocumented feature. It’s not clear what this is referring to. It could be referring to with-password device authentication authorization. Without operating-system-specific authentication, it would be unlikely that any of the three features would be enabled. It’s also possible that this refers to a specific password that was saved in the device’s memory and used for the first time, for that OS, if the developer allowed it. In that case, it would use an OS-specific account. d2c66b5586