Efficiency Consideration for Data Packets Encryption within Wireless VPN Tunneling for Video Streaming
Keywords:encryption, IPSec, L2TP, VPN, videostreaming, wireless tunneling
With the help of the Internet today we can communicate with anyone from anyplaceÂ to access all types of data with a high level of QoS. This mobility is available forÂ legitimate users, as well as for illegitimate ones, for this reason we need extra dataÂ security. A solution for QoS and data confidentiality is Virtual Private NetworkÂ (VPN); ways, in which we can reduce operational costs, grow productivity, simplifyÂ network topology and extend the area of connectivity. Video data packets mustÂ arrive with a constant and low delay at the same rate in order to have e real timeÂ transmission. This paper presents an analysis of different protocols used and the wayÂ that video data packets are encapsulated and encrypted for a high level of QoS in aÂ VPN connection.
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