Configuring a VPN Using IPSec


A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is an inexpensive method that securely joins two or more private networks together using a publicly accessible network. The Internet is usually the public network, and the private networks are often a corporate office and a branch office, or a personal network used by a telecommuter. VPNs use strong encryption to ensure that your private information remains secure as it passes through the Internet. With the exception of some internetwork lag, the two networks are virtually transparent to the end users.


Hash Function Advance Encryption Standard Virtual Private Network Data Encryption Standard Corporate Office 
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