NeoRouter Mesh is a unique, easy to use, cloud-based remote access and VPN service.
The NeoRouter server program is hosted on fast and reliable server clusters managed by the NeoRouter team. Users can simply setup the NeoRouter clients and get connected within minutes.
Here are some key features of "NeoRouter Mesh":
- Support Windows (from Windows 2000 to Win7), Mac OSX (from Tiger to Snow Leopard), Linux i386/x64 (all major distros), FreeBSD, Android and router firmwares (openwrt, tomato and fon).
- P2P Connection:
- NeoRouter can setup direct peer-to-peer (P2P) connection between computers and achieve fastest connection speed.
- Unattended servers:
- NeoRouter runs as a system service (daemon) and will automatically reconnect after reboot.
- Roaming user profile:
- You can sign in from any computer using the same account and your profile (including the computer list and your preference) will roam with you.
- Advanced user management and access control:
- You can create multiple users with different privileges, and grant accesses to a computer or a service individually. For example, you can prevent your gamer friend Bob from accessing the photos you shared with mom.
- High portability:
- You can run NeoRouter portable client from a USB drive without installation. This feature is especially useful if you are using a computer that you do not have the privileges to setup new software, e.g. in a library or hotel.
- You can personalize the user interface with your native language and favorite skin. Business users can even integrate your company's logo.
- What's new:
- IE10 and Blackberry10 support for NeoRouter Remote Access Pro (HTML5) and NeoRouter Web Console Pro.
- Bug fixes:
- Fixed bug in client that may cause "Already connected" error. This may happen when the server is too busy to response the sign in request from client and the client keep trying sign in. The fix will void from this scenario and reduce the load from server when server is very busy.
- Some small fixes related to SSL and exception handling in some edge cases.