A Virtual Private Network, or VPN, is a way to connect a device to a network over the Internet in a secure way. The encrypted connection facilitates the safe transfer of sensitive data. It stops people from listening in on conversations and lets the user work from afar. VPN technology is commonly used in commercial settings.
Remote VPN Access: Remote access VPNs, which connect the user to a secure remote server, make private network access more convenient. An additional layer of encryption has been implemented for the highest level of protection.
VPN Site-to-Site : Site-to-site VPNs can allow users in different physical places to share resources and data.
Site-to-site VPN traversing an intranet: A site-to-site intranet-based VPN connects numerous LANs to establish a wide-area network (WAN). This configuration may also be employed to implement software-defined WAN (SD-WAN). Intranet-based site-to-site VPNs are great for securely connecting disparate workplaces as if they were in the same location.