Tag archive: creating a VPN

VPN info for travellers and users of wireless networks

– April 30, 2020

In computer networks, the data is divided in smaller packets so the information can be transported. From these packets, it is possible to indicate where the packet is coming from and where it is going to. Information is very often available in plain language, and anyone along the transfer will be able to see the data as it […]

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VPN for students

– April 16, 2020

VPN connection (Virtual Private Network) is a solution to reach a private network and its resources over public networks securely. In other words, as a student of Oamk you can reach your home directory at school also from your home, instead of e.g. having to move around your files with USB memory sticks. While using […]

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VPN Connection (staff’s guide)

– April 16, 2020

VPN connection VPN connection (Virtual Private Network) is a solution that enables the workers to reach the organizations network securely from the unsecure public network. This enables e.g. remote work from home or traveling. The VPN uses “virtual” connections that are routed through the Internet from the oraganization’s private network to the employee: Both parts […]

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Protected: VPN setting for your mobile phone or tablet

– October 15, 2015

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