Typically, a site-to-site VPN is one that connects two networks or subneworks and that meets several other specific criteria, including the use of static IP addresses on both sides of the tunnel, the absence of VPN client software on user end-stations, and the absence of a central VPN hub (as would exist in hub-and-spoke VPN configurations). Site-to-site VPNs are not intended to replace dial-in access by remote or traveling users.

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