Leveraging an Open Source VPN Technology to End User

Farok Azmat, Md Ikhwan Hamdan, Hj. Kamaruzaman Jusoff

Abstract


Virtual Private Network (VPN) can be implemented by corporate and public user in a few methods. The methods included proprietary or open source solutions. It has shown great potential due to its encrypted traffic flow which gives it a secure environment. With a good reception of internet in Malaysia it is unfortunate that the major Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have imposed packet filtering. In effect they have throttled the fast broadband to become a slow medium. As a result it gives a disadvantage to active end user. To overcome an ISP packet filtering which slows down internet traffic, this paper intends to study and provide a sample of VPN solution service to end user to improve the current problem.


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