What is VPN Tunneling and what are their protocols?

The very idea of VPN (Virtual Private Network) is based on tunneling. It establishes a tunneling system to establish and maintain a network connection. On this very connection, data packets constructed inside a particular VPN protocol format are enclosed with the carrier protocol. These are transmitted between the VPN client and server, and decoded on the receiving end. Connect with the Kaspersky Antivirus Support experts to know more about VPN tunneling.

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Different types of VPN Tunneling

VPN primarily supports two types of tunneling systems including voluntary and compulsory. Our experts at the Kaspersky Antivirus Support are here to help you understand how each of the system works.

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  • Voluntary Tunneling

Under the Voluntary Tunneling, the VPN client always manages the connection setup. Firstly, the client makes the connection to the carrier network provider (an ISP). Next, the VPN client application makes a tunnel to the VPN server over live connection. Connect with the Kaspersky Support professionals to know how a VPN works to keep your online presence completely hidden from hackers.

 

  • Compulsory Tunneling

This authenticates clients and associates them with specific VPN servers using the login built inside the broker device. The network device is known as the VPN Front End Processor (FEP), Network Access Server (NAS) or Point of Presence Server (POS). The Compulsory Tunneling completely hides all details about the VPN server connection to the VPN clients and transfers management control over tunnel from clients to the ISP. Allow the experts at the Kaspersky Technical Support to provide your computer and the data complete safety from any cyber-attack.

 

VPN Tunneling Protocols

A number of network protocols have been implemented specially for use with VPN tunnels. Our Kaspersky Support professionals have come up with three such VPN tunneling protocols. These have been explained in details below;

 

  1. Point-to-Point Protocolsite-to-site-vpnpoint-to-point-tunneling-protocol

A number of companies worked together to what is known in the tech circles as PPTP (Point-To-Point Protocol). Microsoft Windows has a massive built-in support for this particular protocol. We at the Kaspersky Support are here to help secure your information against any online threat.

 

  1. Layer Two Tunneling Protocol (L2TP)layer2tunnel

One of the competitors to the PPTP was L2F, implemented in Cisco products. Later, the best features of both PPTP and L2F were combined to create the L2TP. This exists at the data link layer in an OSI model. Our professionals at the Kaspersky Customer Support are here to help you secure your online activity against any unauthorized attempt.

 

  1. Internet Protocol Security (IPSec)i_ipsec_network_basic

The IPSec is a collection of multiple related protocols that can be used as a complete VPN protocol solution or an encryption scheme with L2TP or PPTP. Let the Kaspersky Support be your guide in choosing the best VPN for covering your digital tracks.

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