Site To Site VPN

What is a VPN?

The internet has changed the way we live. From working remotely to shopping, education and entertainment, practically every aspect of our lives is touched by the internet, and it’s become almost inconceivable to imagine life without it. However, the internet also makes us susceptible to hackers, targeted advertisements and other privacy concerns. A virtual private network (VPN) allows you to safely connect to another network over the internet by encrypting the connection from your device. A VPN makes your internet connection more secure and offers both privacy and anonymity online. Organizations, governments and businesses of all sizes use VPNs to secure remote connections to the internet for protection against malicious actors, malware and other cyberthreats. Personal VPNs have also become widely popular as they keep users’ locations private, safely encrypt data and allow users to browse the web anonymously.

How Does VPN Work?

A VPN creates a private connection, known as a “tunnel,” to the internet. All information travelling from a device connected to a VPN will get encrypted and go through this tunnel. When connected to a VPN, a device will behave as if it’s on the same local network as the VPN. The VPN will forward device traffic to and from the intended website or network through its secure connection. This allows remote users and offices to connect securely to a corporate network or website. It also shields device IP addresses from hackers and prying eyes.

There are two types of VPN

Site-to-site VPN 

Site-to-site VPN is used to connect branch offices to a central office over the internet when distance prevents direct network connections.

Remote access VPN 

Remote access VPN allows individual users to remotely connect to a central network. In this case, the devices are referred to as endpoints.

Site-to-site VPN

A site-to-site virtual private network (VPN) is a connection between two or more networks, such as a corporate network and a branch office network. Many organizations use site-to-site VPNs to leverage an internet connection for private traffic as an alternative to using private MPLS circuits.
Site-to-site VPNs are frequently used by companies with multiple offices in different geographic locations that need to access and use the corporate network on an ongoing basis. With a site-to-site VPN, a company can securely connect its corporate network with its remote offices to communicate and share resources with them as a single network.

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Site-to-site VPNs and remote access VPNs may sound similar, but they serve entirely different purposes.

site-to-site VPN

A site-to-site VPN is a permanent connection designed to function as an encrypted link between offices (i.e., “sites”). This is typically set up as an IPsec network connection between networking equipment.

remote access VPN 

A remote access VPN is a temporary connection between users and headquarters, typically used for access to data center applications. This connection could use IPsec, but it is also common to use an SSL VPN to set up a connection between a user’s endpoint and a VPN gateway.

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