VPN can take several forms. A VPN can be between two end systems, or it can be between two or more networks. A VPN can be built using tunnels or encryption (at essentially any layer of the protocol stack), or both, or alternatively constructed using MPLS or one of the “virtual router” methods. A VPN can consiste of networks connected to a service provider’s network by leased lines, Frame Relay, or ATM, or a VPN can consist of dialup subscribers connecting to centralized services or other dialup subscribers. SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), also known as TLS (Transport Layer Security), is a protocol that allows two programs to communicate with each other in a secure way. Like TCP/IP, SSSL allows programs to create “sockets,” endpoints for communication, and make connections between those sockets. But SSL, which is built on top of TCP, adds the additional capability of encryption
An SSL VPN provides a secure connection for remote users of applications and services via a web browser, without a need for additional desktop software. SSL VPN solutions can be deployed through appliances which may be used to deploy the VPN server.
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Organizations must offer a safe , secure internet experience for their employees and students, which means a VPN solution must be both easy to use and scalable. We TNIT offer VPN’s for businesses and schools can have peace of mind and continue to allow employees and students to work and study from home while being protected from cyberattacks and can work from anywhere safely and securely.