VPN (Virtual Private Network)


What is VPN (Virtual Private Network)?

VPN means Virtual Private Network is a protocol that allows users access the network securely, hiding information like geographical locations.



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VVGA (Video Graphics Array)Video callVideo CodecVideo ResolutionVoice DialingVoice MailVPN (Virtual Private Network)
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