We all know it's really hard to get good pricing and cost information.
Please share what you can so you can help your peers.
You need to be an NGFW customer already. Otherwise, you'll need to purchase the gateways in order to terminate the VPN. That much should be obvious to anyone. Once you have the gateway in place, there is a VPN User license you need to purchase, however, it is very minimal in cost compared to other infrastructure.
Check Point is an expensive solution, however, it has more features and is more secure than other options.
The price is a little high, however, the solution is something that we recommend often.
The setup is very straightforward but subscription-based. It isn't cost-effective.
The product is offered at a reasonable cost.
Go with a third party and get it set up correctly. It may be costly but it's worth it.
You do have to pay a licensing fee, however, there aren't add-ons or additional costs that you would need to consider.
The price of this product is good.
As far as I'm aware, Check Point is on the same line of pricing with Pulse at the moment. It's not any different. It is in line with the competition. There are no additional costs that I'm aware of.
This is a very good solution for our employees who work outside of our organization.
My understanding is that the pricing and licensing are very competitive, and it's not one of their more expensive products. We buy licenses for the solution and have licenses for the endpoint servers.
What do you like most about Check Point Remote Access VPN?
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