Chapter 5. Virtual Private Networks

Remote access has been an information technology requirement for decades. Whether it is linking remote offices or providing data access for roaming employees, remote access is a critical service that IT departments must provide to its internal clients, partners, and vendors. It has evolved from high-priced private data circuits between remote offices to banks of dial-up servers.

The advent of virtual private networking (VPN) ...

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