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TOSIBOX® Lock for Container

Product Code: TBLFC2

The TOSIBOX® Lock for Container helps bring secure connectivity inside your industrial IoT devices. It is a software-only way of connecting your IPCs, HMIs, PLCs, controllers and other devices to your Tosibox network, serving as the endpoint for secure remote connections.

With TOSIBOX® Lock for Container, services running on the connected device can be securely accessed over the Internet and most LAN and WAN networks through highly encrypted VPN connection.

TOSIBOX® Lock for Container is suitable for demanding and hazardous applications such as medical, marine, transport and oil industries. In these scenarios TOSIBOX® Lock for Container brings secure connectivity to hardware devices designed to meet demanding requirements.

TOSIBOX® Lock for Container is also perfect for developers, device manufacturers, and integrators who are innovating new ecosystem technology.

  • Support
  • Downloads
  • Security
  • System requirements

For FAQ´s and technical support go to Tosibox Support
Or download our User manual


  • Patented Tosibox connection method
    Serves as an endpoint for TOSIBOX® secure VPN tunnel

  • Compatible with all Tosibox devices and products

  • Two-way VPN connections to/from Virtual Central Lock (HUB)

  • One-way VPN connection from TOSIBOX® Key

  • VPN throughput limited only by network connection

  • Layer 3 connections


  • Linux: Any 64-bit Linux OS supported by Docker and Docker Engine - Community v20 or later

  • Windows: Any 64-bit Windows OS with WSL2 enabled (Windows Subsystem for Linux v2)

  • 50MB RAM

  • 50MB hard disk space

  • ARM 32-bit or 64-bit processor, Intel or AMD 64-bit dual core processor



  • The patented TOSIBOX connection method is now available virtually to any device. You can integrate and manage all your devices with your TOSIBOX® products
  • TOSIBOX® Lock for Container supports Layer 3 VPN tunnels
  • TOSIBOX® Lock for Container does not limit the number of services or devices you need to manage. You can connect any service over any protocol between any devices


  • You can create a device that you can sell for other users to activate with TOSIBOX technology

  • If you are looking to create a device for yourself to be used within your own IoT ecosystem, you can easily activate

  • TOSIBOX® Lock for Container immediately to get secure remote access to that device or the network of devices behind it


  • TOSIBOX® Lock for Container does not interfere with the operating system level processes or middleware. It does not need access to system files and doesn’t change any system level settings


  • Developers can innovate with TOSIBOX® technology and create a more flexible infrastructure to enable their ecosystems

  • TOSIBOX® Lock for Container can run behind NAT and in firewalled networks

  • VPN throughput is limited only by your network connection

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How it works?

Tosibox is the easiest way to create secure remote connections. Taking it from box into use takes only few minutes and no complicated network configurations are required.


How it scales?

TOSIBOX® Lock for Container works with any combination of TOSIBOX® Nodes and Keys as well as with any Industry 4.0 or IIoT initiative.

Interested to hear more about how it works? Contact us for a further discussion and learn how Tosibox solution can be used to improve your digital business and customer experience.

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If you would like to learn more about TOSIBOX® Lock for Container or the Tosibox solution overall, please do not hesitate to contact us for discussion. Let´s have a look together to your operational processes and further discuss, how Tosibox solution can be used to improve your digital business and customer experience.

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Tosibox use case with Wago PFC and edge devices

The key takeaways from the session are:

  • Understand the value of embedded cyber security
  • How to enable WAGO openAutomation with TOSIBOX technology by System
  • Specialist Jens Sparmann from WAGO Solving IT/OT convergence