|Mobilize your office
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|Author:||kevinz [ Wed Mar 06, 2013 11:31 am ]|
|Post subject:||Mobilize your office|
After months hard working, we have just release the latest NR Free products. The main effort we put into this build is to extend NeoRouter network into tablets, touch devices, smart phones and so on. We are also trying to integrate most useful tools into our product to make life easier for our end users. So we design and provide you with the following new products - NeoRouter Remote Access Client:
* NeoRouter Remote Access (HTML5)
This is a web-based application, that provides the similar features to the NeoRouter Network Explorer, based on HTML5 technology. No installation, no admin permission is required. All webkit-engine based browsers are supports. One can run it on any platforms, such as Chrome on your Windows, Linux; Sarafi on your iPhone, iPod, iPad or Mac OS; Opera, BB10 or Tizen.
* NeoRouter Remote Access for Android
This is Android app is designed for Android tablets and fully tested on the popular tablets in the market, such as ASUS Transformer. It works very efficiently with tablets having physical keyboard and mouse and turns your Android tablet into a laptop.
* NeoRouter Remote Access for IOS
This is IOS app is designed for iPad series products. It works great with iPad/2/3/4/mini with or without physical keyboard.
* NeoRouter Remote Access Chrome Extension
This is a Chrome Extension version of NeoRouter Remote Access Client web app. Since it's a pure web-based application, the Chrome Extension can be installed and running on the Chrome browser running on any OS.
* NeoRouter Web Console
This is a web-based application, that provides the similar features to the NeoRouter Configuration Explorer, based on HTML5 technology. No installation, no admin permission is required. Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera browsers are supported. With this tool, our users can manage your NeoRouter server running on any platform from computer having proper browsers.
All of NeoRouter Remote Access Client applications come with the most useful tools including:
* RDP client
This is a full featured RDP client, that supports RDP servers including Windows Server 2003 / 2008 / 2008(R2) / 2012 Terminal Services (physical or virtual and Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 as remote desktops (physical or virtual). On touch devices, it supports special keys, such as Ctrl, Alt, Tab, Esc, WinKey, Arrow keys, Page Down/Up keys and so on. It also supports drag & drop window and right mouse button.
* VNC client
This is a full featured VNC client, that supports VNC servers running on Windows, Linux, Mac OS, FreeBSD and so on. It supports all standard VNC servers and has been optimized for tightvnc server. It supports clipboard feature, with that once can copy/past text between local devices and remote computers. On touch devices, it supports special keys, such as Ctrl, Alt, Tab, Esc, WinKey, Arrow keys, Page Down/Up keys and so on. It also supports drag & drop window and right mouse button.
* Telnet / SSH Client
This is a full featured telnet/ssh client, that supports all standard telnet/ssh servers running on Mac OS, Linux, FreeBSD and Windows. It supports command history, auto-fill command features. On touch devices, it supports special keys, such as Ctrl, Alt, Tab, Esc, Arrow keys, Page Down/Up keys and so on.
* Ftp / SFtp client
This is a full featured ftp/sftp client, that supports all standard ftp/sftp servers running on Mac OS, Linux, FreeBSD and Windows. One can upload/download files between local devices and remote computers. One can also create a folder, rename file or folder, move file or folder, delete file or folder.
We will keep improving this new product line. If you have any good idea or requirements, please let us know. Feel free to post your suggestions here and we will consider about it. Your suggestion would be a new feature in the next release.
For screenshots, please take a look at http://www.neorouter.com/Screenshots.html
Kevinz - NeoRouter team
|Author:||whit [ Fri Jun 14, 2013 3:19 pm ]|
|Post subject:||What is the quality of RDP via the Web app on Chrome OS?|
Hi. We're specifically looking for a way to get full-screen RDP sessions working securely on Chromebooks such as the Samsung. Does anyone have practical experience with Neorouter as a solution using this hardware and OS? Is the RDP experience comparable to running native RDP from a Windows laptop?
Update: Been testing both the Chrome plugin and HTML5 NeoRouter clients. So far, both connect to the server fine, and show the other systems, but neither can RDP to a Windows 2008 VM, nor SSH to Linux systems through that screen. The normal NeoRouter Network Explorer run from Windows 2008 can SSH to those Linux systems over the same connection. But getting the Chrome or HTML5 clients to fully work involves some trick we haven't managed to stumble on yet. We're still excited by the idea. If either of these can work, we've got immediate uses and will license.
|Author:||whit [ Thu Jun 20, 2013 9:44 am ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Mobilize your office|
RDP works through the Chrome plugin now that we've switched to the 32-bit rather NR server on Ubuntu, rather than the 64-bit one.
It's useful to maximize the Chrome screen before logging in, as the RDP screen size is fixed at login (if set to "Full Screen"), and to set color depth to "High Color (16 bit)" to avoid ugly rendering in just 256 colors. Too bad High Color's not the default.
RDP is quite usable. Impressive. There are some screen refreshes on elements that are more noticeable than a direct RDP session. Otherwise it's a comparable experience.
Update: After more use, the screen refreshes are often much too slow for doing normal work. There's a lot of waiting for the refreshes. Is there a prospect of getting the RDP app faster?
|Author:||arham [ Mon Jan 26, 2015 6:54 am ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Mobilize your office|
can we expect a fix for this?
I like the look of NeoRouter Mesh for my company. Wont put down money for it if this is an issue for everyone. It is on my android phone.
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