Three ways to securely access remote internal networks
Jan 08, 2010, 23:33 (0 Talkback[s])
[ Thanks to Borys
Musielak for this link. ]
"A computer network with a tight security should be
separated from the outside world as much, as it's possible. It's
often the case. Even if there is a over a dozen of devices(PCs),
that play different parts assigned to them in terms of company's
infrastructure, usually there is one that separates them from
others, a firewall and a router.
"On the assumption that the company's policy is not too strict
we often have an free access to this kind of devices. It can be
various internal services, databases, servers of whatever is
necessary to run a current company. What if, after work, when we
are home safe and sound, we still need to connect to one of those
servers that are not accessible outside the internal network.
"I'll describe few ways to do it."