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Does VPN use TCP/IP?

Does VPN use TCP/IP?
Donna,
A VPN operates at layer-3 using the IPSec protocol. It supports TCP, UDP and other layer-3 protocols. Some IPSec VPNs also use UDP and TCP to encapsulate IPSec packets in order to pass through NAT firewalls, routers and proxies.
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Mark
This was last published in March 2003

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