Today's businesses require accessible, secure, and reliable connections. Point-to-Point networking and Point-to-Point over Ethernet deliver all three of the aforementioned qualities, but business owners may find these concepts difficult to grasp. Below, you'll find answers to your most pressing Point-to-Point integration and Ethernet network questions.
What is Point-to-Point Protocol?
Point-to-Point protocol (PPP) establishes a direct link between two endpoints, commonly referred to as nodes. In doing so, PPP allows routers to connect without networking devices in between.
Where is Point-to-Point topology used?
Point-to-Point encryption can be used in a variety of settings and contexts, including phone lines, cell phones, dial-up internet, and fiber-optic communication. PPP offers significant value among modern business owners, who desire a blend of convenience and security.
What are the benefits of Point-to-Point?
Point-to-Point networks provide a variety of benefits above and beyond other topologies, including the following:
Speed: PPP networks can transport large volumes of information instantly over a secure network. Slow-downs — a common source of frustration for internet users — are virtually nonexistent with PPP.
Security: Due to limited user accessibility, information shared over PPP networks remains secure. This element of security is rare among standard internet functions.
Accessibility: Dedicated private lines remain connected at all times, and are therefore uniquely accessible.
How Can KanOkla Help?
Extend your internet connection or LAN to your extra business buildings or shops - without an additional monthly fee!
Pricing is based on equipment needed (based on bandwidth requirement - equipment exists that can provided gigabit over wireless) and labor.
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