Mike explains virtually everything about technology that enables remote clients to connect to a local network, also called a virtual private network (VPN).
- And there's a lot of situations when I'm on the road…that I wish that I could be actually…in my network back at the office.…Now, you need to be careful here.…When I'm saying in my network, I'm talking about…actually having an IP address that's part of my own network.…I'm not talking about remote desktop and things like that,…which are fine and useful from time to time,…but there are situations where I need…to be literally in my own network.…If I copy a file from the server onto my laptop,…I want it to actually copy onto my laptop.…In a remote desktop situation, I would just be copying it…from my server to my computer back at the office.…
So there are situations where we need to be able…to actually be on our local area network from far, far away.…Well, that's easy enough to do, I mean, if you want to.…Let's just say this is my local area network.…I can buy a router with dial-up connections.…(laughs) You wanna go old school,…you could literally do a dial-up and…connect into your router at a whopping 56k.…If you've got a bazillion dollars,…
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- Making secure connections through tunnels
- InterVLAN routing
- Port bonding and port mirroring
- IDS vs. IPS
- Routing and switching with IPv6
- Packet switching
- ISDN and BPL
- Remote desktop connectivity