VPDN or Virtual Private Dial-Up Networking is also another form of VPN connection. VPDN is base on Layer 2 tunneling technology (L2TP and PPTP) and it is a point-to-point tunneling protocol with port 1723 and GRE tunnel to encapsulate packets. VPDN required Microsoft client tool in order to dial to remote network. What are the benefits of using VPDN? Compare to Cisco remote access VPN, the configuration of VPDN looks much more simple and straight forward and it enable remote users to tunnel remote access traffic via ISP network infrastructure anywhere in the world. Another benefit of using VPDN is it requires small bandwidth to function. Below is an example of how a typical VPDN network looks like.
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