Networking with VPNs

  • James Turnbull


In previous chapters, we talked about a lot of the services your organization might implement (e.g., e-mail and web services). We showed you a variety of ways to deliver those services to your users and customers, including over the Internet, and to mobile users and users located at other sites. Some services, however, are simply easier and safer to deliver locally (e.g., file and print services). If your users are not located locally, then you need some way of connecting them as if they were local. Enter the virtual private network (VPN).


Mobile User Configuration File Certificate Authority Virtual Private Network Head Office 
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© James Turnbull, Peter Lieverdink, Dennis Matotek 2009

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