what is a VPN?

Trainee Asked on November 2, 2019 in Computer,   Internet,   Networking.
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VPN is the Virtual Private Network and is built on the Internet as a private wide area network. Internet-based VPNs are less expensive and can be connected from anywhere in the world.

VPNs are used to connect offices remotely and are less expensive when compared to WAN connections. VPNs are used for secure transactions and confidential data can be transferred between multiple offices. VPN keeps company information secure against any potential intrusion.

RE: what is a VPN?

Given below are the 3 types of VPN’s:

(1) Access VPN: Access VPN’s provide connectivity to the mobile users and telecommuters. It is an alternative option for dial-up connections or ISDN connections. It provides low-cost solutions and a wide range of connectivity.

(2) Intranet VPN: They are useful for connecting remote offices using shared infrastructure with the same policy as a private network.

(3) Extranet VPN: Using shared infrastructure over an intranet, suppliers, customers, and partners are connected using dedicated connections.

Reviewer Answered on November 2, 2019.
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