Chapter 10

Configuring Virtual Private Networks

Introduction

Many organizations are using Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) over the Internet in order to have a secure channel for remote offices, business partners, and mobile users to access their internal networks. For many, the VPN is replacing dedicated frame relay circuits or dial-in VPN services for their organizational needs.

For example, your office headquarters may be in Hartford, Connecticut, but you have a small, remote office located in ...

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