What is a VPN?
Virtual Private network that’s the full form of VPN. It is an extended private network available across all the public network and it enables users to send and receive data across shared or public network.
Applications running across a VPN have the benefit of the functionality security and management of the private network. Your data is definitely encrypted and your data is monitored as well.
There are three types of VPN and they are: Remote access, Intranet-based site-to-site, and extranet-based site-to-site. Mostly the users use the remote access as it is quite easy to access anything quickly. There are different types of deployment like
VPNs in Mobile Environments, VPN On Routers. VPNs in mobile environment means users can utilize mobile virtual private networks in settings where an endpoint of the VPN is not fixed to a single IP address.
VPN on routers means home users can use VPN on their routers to protect their devices such as smart TVs or gaming consoles, Pcs and other devices. They are different types of building blocks like Customer devices, Customer Edge device, Provider edge device, Provider device and more. VPN establishes a tunnel between the endpoints, You can use passwords, biometrics, authentications as well.