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An Analisys of Business VPN Case Studies

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  • Crescenzio Gallo

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  • Michele Perilli
  • Michelangelo De Bonis

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A VPN (Virtual Private Network) simulates a secure private network through a shared public insecure infrastructure like the Internet. The VPN protocol provides a secure and reliable access from home/office on any networking technology transporting IP packets. In this article we study the standards for VPN implementation and analyze two case studies regarding a VPN between two routers and two firewalls.

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  • Crescenzio Gallo & Michele Perilli & Michelangelo De Bonis, 2009. "An Analisys of Business VPN Case Studies," Quaderni DSEMS 10-2009, Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche, Matematiche e Statistiche, Universita' di Foggia.
  • Handle: RePEc:ufg:qdsems:10-2009
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    VPN; Network; Protocol.;

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