Site-to-Site VPN

What is a Site-to-Site VPN?
A site-to-site VPN allows offices in multiple locations to establish secure connections with each other over a public network such as the internet. Site-to-site VPN extends the company’s network, making computer resources from one location available to employees at other locations.

Who needs a Site-to-Site VPN?
An example of a company that needs a site-to-site VPN is a growing business with several branch offices around the nation or across the world.

Layer 3 VPN

Layer 3 VPN operates at the Layer 3 level of the OSI model, the Network layer.  In a layer 3 VPN, each side of the connection is on a different subnet, and IP packets are routed through the VPN.

Layer 2 VPN

A layer 2 VPN is similar to a cable connecting between two switches in separate buildings. The VPN handle all basic properties of an Ethernet network: learning MAC addresses, replicating broadcast and multicast frames, etc. A layer 2 VPN can also be used to create a stretched LAN between your site and a cloud server or infrastructure.

Layer 2 or Layer 3 VPN over 4G

A layer 2 or layer 3 VPN can be delivered over 4G/5G LTE to enable temporary site offices or installations where only wireless broadband is available. It is also useful as a stop gap until a wired connection is delivered by an ISP.

What we offer

We offer flexible site-to-site VPN solutions to secure your data communications between branch offices, remote sites and remote workers. Our VPN solution can be deployed on-premises using standard servers or virtual appliances, or on the cloud.

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