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 January 1, 1998

eSoft’s IPAD provides LAN to Net connections

BOULDER — For 30 million small businesses today, getting their LANs connected to the Internet — and managing the connection — is a difficult and costly process.

Now Boulder-based eSoft’s has introduced an Internet Protocol Adapter (IPAD) 1200 LAN-Internet Gateway, representing a an easier way to install and administer full-service LAN-

to-Internet connectivity.

“For the first time, businesses can successfully install and operate their own Internet sites without highly specialized technical expertise,” eSoft Chief Executive Phil Becker said in a news release.

In less than two hours, the VCR-sized IPAD 1200 can connect as many as 150

LAN workstations to the Internet. The fully integrated plug-and-play device uses a single IP address to power the entire LAN.

Through a simple Web browser interface, users set and adjust a few basic configurations for full Internet functionality, including e-mail, Web browsing, Web publishing, remote access, FTP and firewall protection.

The IPAD 1200 is priced at $3995 with a 56K modem, $4195 with ISDN, and

$4495 with a leased line interface.

Founded in 1982, eSoft is a provider of Internet connectivity products. Additional information about the company and its products is available on the World Wide Web at www.esoft.com.

BOULDER — For 30 million small businesses today, getting their LANs connected to the Internet — and managing the connection — is a difficult and costly process.

Now Boulder-based eSoft’s has introduced an Internet Protocol Adapter (IPAD) 1200 LAN-Internet Gateway, representing a an easier way to install and administer full-service LAN-

to-Internet connectivity.

“For the first time, businesses can successfully install and operate their own Internet sites without highly specialized technical expertise,” eSoft Chief Executive Phil Becker said in a news release.

In less than two…

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