VIRTUAL PRIVATENETWORKS (VPN)          BY:     Diana Ashikyan      Nikhil Jerath    Connie Makalintal      Midori Murata
Traditional Connectivity      [From Gartner Consulting]
What is VPN? Virtual Private Network is a type of private  network that uses public telecommunication,  such as the Inter...
Private Networks                  vs.       Virtual Private NetworksEmployees can access the network (Intranet)  from rem...
Remote Access Virtual Private         Network(From Gartner Consulting)
Brief Overview of How it WorksTwo connections – one is made to the Internet and the second is made to the VPN.Datagrams ...
Four Critical FunctionsAuthentication – validates that the data was sent from the sender.Access control – limiting unaut...
EncryptionEncryption -- is a method of “scrambling” data before transmitting it onto the Internet.Public Key Encryption ...
TunnelingA virtual point-to-point connectionmade through a public network. It transportsencapsulated datagrams.           ...
Four Protocols used in VPNPPTP -- Point-to-Point Tunneling ProtocolL2TP -- Layer 2 Tunneling ProtocolIPsec -- Internet ...
VPN Encapsulation of Packets
Types of ImplementationsWhat does “implementation” mean in VPNs?3 types  Intranet – Within an organization  Extranet –...
Virtual Private Networks (VPN)       Basic Architecture
Device Types What it means 3 types     Hardware     Firewall     Software
Device Types: Hardware Usually a VPN type of routerPros                           Cons• Highest network throughput   • Co...
Device Types: Firewall More security?Pros                          Cons• “Harden” Operating System   • Still relatively c...
Device Types: Software Ideal for 2 end points not in same org. Great when different firewalls  implementedPros          ...
Advantages     VS.Disadvantages
Advantages: Cost Savings Eliminating the need for expensive long-distance  leased lines Reducing the long-distance telep...
Advantages: ScalabilityFlexibility of growthEfficiency with broadband technology
DisadvantagesVPNs require an in-depth understanding ofpublic network security issues and properdeployment of precautionsAv...
Applications: Site-to-Site VPNsLarge-scale encryption between multiplefixed sites such as remote offices andcentral office...
Site-to-Site VPNs
Applications: Remote AccessEncrypted connections between mobile or remote users and their corporate networksRemote user ...
Industries That May Use a VPN Healthcare: enables the transferring of confidential patient  information within the medica...
Statistics From Gartner-                  Consulting*      Remote access for    employees working out                   90...
Some Businesses using a VPNCVS Pharmaceutical Corporation upgraded theirframe relay network to an IP VPNITW Foilmark secur...
Where Do We See VPNs   Going in the Future?VPNs are continually being enhanced.         Example: Equant NVAs the VPN marke...
Pop Quiz!Q.1VPN stands for…a) Virtual Public Network     b) Virtual Private Network                              d)c) Virt...
Pop Quiz!A.1VPN stands for…b) Virtual Private NetworkVPN stands for "Virtual Private Network" or "Virtual Private Networki...
Pop Quiz!Q.2What are the acronyms for the 3 most common VPNprotocols?
Pop Quiz!A.23 most common VPN protocols are…• PPTP• L2TP• IPsecPPTP, IPsec, and L2TP are three of todays most popular VPN ...
Pop Quiz!Q.3What does PPTP stand for?
Pop Quiz! A.3PPTP = Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol !
Pop Quiz!Q.4What is the main benefit of VPNs compared todedicated networks utilizing frame relay, leasedlines, and traditi...
Pop Quiz! A.4 The main benefit of VPNs is…c) reduced cost The main benefit of a VPN is the potential for significant cost ...
Pop Quiz!Q.5In VPNs, the term "tunneling" refers toa) an optional feature    b) the encapsulation of packets insidethat in...
Pop Quiz!A.5In VPNs, the term "tunneling" refers to… b) the encapsulation of packets inside packets   of a different proto...
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  1. 1. VIRTUAL PRIVATENETWORKS (VPN) BY: Diana Ashikyan Nikhil Jerath Connie Makalintal Midori Murata
  2. 2. Traditional Connectivity [From Gartner Consulting]
  3. 3. What is VPN? Virtual Private Network is a type of private network that uses public telecommunication, such as the Internet, instead of leased lines to communicate. Became popular as more employees worked in remote locations. Terminologies to understand how VPNs work.
  4. 4. Private Networks vs. Virtual Private NetworksEmployees can access the network (Intranet) from remote locations.Secured networks.The Internet is used as the backbone for VPNsSaves cost tremendously from reduction of equipment and maintenance costs.Scalability
  5. 5. Remote Access Virtual Private Network(From Gartner Consulting)
  6. 6. Brief Overview of How it WorksTwo connections – one is made to the Internet and the second is made to the VPN.Datagrams – contains data, destination and source information.Firewalls – VPNs allow authorized users to pass through the firewalls.Protocols – protocols create the VPN tunnels.
  7. 7. Four Critical FunctionsAuthentication – validates that the data was sent from the sender.Access control – limiting unauthorized users from accessing the network.Confidentiality – preventing the data to be read or copied as the data is being transported.Data Integrity – ensuring that the data has not been altered
  8. 8. EncryptionEncryption -- is a method of “scrambling” data before transmitting it onto the Internet.Public Key Encryption TechniqueDigital signature – for authentication
  9. 9. TunnelingA virtual point-to-point connectionmade through a public network. It transportsencapsulated datagrams. Original Datagram Encrypted Inner Datagram Datagram Header Outer Datagram Data Area Data Encapsulation [From Comer]Two types of end points: Remote Access Site-to-Site
  10. 10. Four Protocols used in VPNPPTP -- Point-to-Point Tunneling ProtocolL2TP -- Layer 2 Tunneling ProtocolIPsec -- Internet Protocol SecuritySOCKS – is not used as much as the ones above
  11. 11. VPN Encapsulation of Packets
  12. 12. Types of ImplementationsWhat does “implementation” mean in VPNs?3 types Intranet – Within an organization Extranet – Outside an organization Remote Access – Employee to Business
  13. 13. Virtual Private Networks (VPN) Basic Architecture
  14. 14. Device Types What it means 3 types  Hardware  Firewall  Software
  15. 15. Device Types: Hardware Usually a VPN type of routerPros Cons• Highest network throughput • Cost• Plug and Play • Lack of flexibility• Dual-purpose
  16. 16. Device Types: Firewall More security?Pros Cons• “Harden” Operating System • Still relatively costly• Tri-purpose• Cost-effective
  17. 17. Device Types: Software Ideal for 2 end points not in same org. Great when different firewalls implementedPros Cons• Flexible • Lack of efficiency• Low relative cost • More labor training required • Lower productivity; higher labor costs
  18. 18. Advantages VS.Disadvantages
  19. 19. Advantages: Cost Savings Eliminating the need for expensive long-distance leased lines Reducing the long-distance telephone charges for remote access. Transferring the support burden to the service providers Operational costs Cisco VPN Savings Calculator
  20. 20. Advantages: ScalabilityFlexibility of growthEfficiency with broadband technology
  21. 21. DisadvantagesVPNs require an in-depth understanding ofpublic network security issues and properdeployment of precautionsAvailability and performance depends on factorslargely outside of their controlImmature standardsVPNs need to accommodate protocols otherthan IP and existing internal network technology
  22. 22. Applications: Site-to-Site VPNsLarge-scale encryption between multiplefixed sites such as remote offices andcentral officesNetwork traffic is sent over the branchoffice Internet connectionThis saves the company hardware andmanagement expenses
  23. 23. Site-to-Site VPNs
  24. 24. Applications: Remote AccessEncrypted connections between mobile or remote users and their corporate networksRemote user can make a local call to an ISP, as opposed to a long distance call to the corporate remote access server.Ideal for a telecommuter or mobile sales people.VPN allows mobile workers & telecommuters to take advantage of broadband connectivity. i.e. DSL, Cable
  25. 25. Industries That May Use a VPN Healthcare: enables the transferring of confidential patient information within the medical facilities & health care provider Manufacturing: allow suppliers to view inventory & allow clients to purchase online safely Retail: able to securely transfer sales data or customer info between stores & the headquarters Banking/Financial: enables account information to be transferred safely within departments & branches General Business: communication between remote employees can be securely exchanged
  26. 26. Statistics From Gartner- Consulting* Remote access for employees working out 90% of homes Remote access for employees while 79% traveling Percentages Site-to-site connectivity between offices 63% Access to network for business 50% partners/customers 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% % of Respondents*Source: www.cisco.com
  27. 27. Some Businesses using a VPNCVS Pharmaceutical Corporation upgraded theirframe relay network to an IP VPNITW Foilmark secured remote location orders,running reports, & internet/intranetcommunications w/ a 168-bit encryption byswitching to OpenReach VPNBacardi & Co. Implemented a 21-country, 44-location VPN
  28. 28. Where Do We See VPNs Going in the Future?VPNs are continually being enhanced. Example: Equant NVAs the VPN market becomes larger, moreapplications will be created along withmore VPN providers and new VPN types.Networks are expected to converge tocreate an integrated VPNImproved protocols are expected, whichwill also improve VPNs.
  29. 29. Pop Quiz!Q.1VPN stands for…a) Virtual Public Network b) Virtual Private Network d)c) Virtual Protocol Network Virtual Perimeter Network
  30. 30. Pop Quiz!A.1VPN stands for…b) Virtual Private NetworkVPN stands for "Virtual Private Network" or "Virtual Private Networking." A VPN is aprivate network in the sense that it carries controlled information, protected by varioussecurity mechanisms, between known parties. VPNs are only "virtually" private,however, because this data actually travels over shared public networks instead of fullydedicated private connections.
  31. 31. Pop Quiz!Q.2What are the acronyms for the 3 most common VPNprotocols?
  32. 32. Pop Quiz!A.23 most common VPN protocols are…• PPTP• L2TP• IPsecPPTP, IPsec, and L2TP are three of todays most popular VPN tunneling protocols. Eachone of these is capable of supporting a secure VPN connection.
  33. 33. Pop Quiz!Q.3What does PPTP stand for?
  34. 34. Pop Quiz! A.3PPTP = Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol !
  35. 35. Pop Quiz!Q.4What is the main benefit of VPNs compared todedicated networks utilizing frame relay, leasedlines, and traditional dial-up?a) better network performance b) less downtime on averagec) reduced cost d) improved security
  36. 36. Pop Quiz! A.4 The main benefit of VPNs is…c) reduced cost The main benefit of a VPN is the potential for significant cost savings compared to traditional leased lines or dial up networking. These savings come with a certain amount of risk, however, particularly when using the public Internet as the delivery mechanism for VPN data.
  37. 37. Pop Quiz!Q.5In VPNs, the term "tunneling" refers toa) an optional feature b) the encapsulation of packets insidethat increases network packets of a different protocol toperformance if it is create and maintain the virtual circuitturned onc) the method a system d) a marketing strategy that involvesadministrator uses to selling VPN products for very lowdetect hackers on the prices in return for expensive servicenetwork contracts
  38. 38. Pop Quiz!A.5In VPNs, the term "tunneling" refers to… b) the encapsulation of packets inside packets of a different protocol to create and maintain the virtual circuit
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