Definition - What does VPN Test mean?
A VPN test refers to the collective measures and processes of testing a VPN connection, tunnel or the overall VPN infrastructure.
It is a type of network testing procedure that is done to ensure and validate that the VPN is providing the required services.
Techopedia explains VPN Test
A VPN test is primarily conducted after a VPN infrastructure is designed or implemented. It helps in ensuring that remote users are able to utilize and connect to VPN services. Typically, a VPN test requires connecting with the VPN server or host through a remote location, usually via the Internet. In addition to ensuring that the users are able to connect, a VPN test may also validate the security and load testing of the VPN network.
- Virtual Private Network (VPN)
- VPN Connection
- VPN Security
- VPN Server
- Hardware Virtual Private Network (Hardware VPN)
- Mobile Virtual Private Network (mVPN)
- Open-Source Virtual Private Network (OpenVPN)
- Virtual Private Network Appliance (VPN appliance)
- Wide Area Network (WAN)
- Remote Office/Branch Office Backup and Recovery
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