Point-to-point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) Glossary Term
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Point-to-point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)
A new technology used to allow TCP/IP data to be transmitted over non-TCP/IP networks. A common use for PPTP is to join physical networks together to form "virtual internets" using the Internet as a means to accomplish this. The PPTP ensures that messages sent back and forth on the "virtual internet" are secure.

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