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VPN is a private network using a public network (usually the Internet) to connect the locations or remote users a LAN at the central office. Instead of using a fairly complex connectivity as digital subscriber lines, VPN creates virtual link is transmitted over the Internet between an organization's private network with locations or remote users
Tunnel Concept: Most VPNs rely on a technique called tunneling to create a private network based on the Internet. In essence, this is the entire order process into a layer packet header (header) contains routing information can be transmitted through intermediary networks under the 'pipeline' own (tunnel). When the packet is transmitted to the destination, they are peeled header and moved to final clients should receive data. Tunnel To establish a connection, the client and the server must use the same protocols (tunneling protocol). The protocol of the outer packet is both network and identify the two endpoints. Two endpoints are called interface Tunnel (tunnel interfaces), where the packet enters and exits the network
The technology created by the VPN tunnel: SNA (systerm network architecture) tunneling over IP networks; For Novell Netware IPX tunnel over IP networks; PPTP (allows IP, IPX or NetBEUI are both encoded and then encapsulated into a TCP / IP header and then transmitted over the network); L2TP (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol - allows IP, IPX or NetBEUI are both encoded and transmitted then packed in all intermediate transfer protocol that supports point - point); IPSEC (support high data security on IP networks). Currently the most common IPsec is used in VPN. But in intrinsic IPSec also has disadvantages.

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