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Title: Trends.Net Remote Laboratory Access 2.0
Authors: Baes, Gregorio B.
Rosal, Angelo S.
Keywords: remote access
scalable vector graphics
document object model
distance learning
Issue Date: Jun-2015
Abstract: Trends.Net, Inc. Education Center (TNET) is a training provider for Information Technology and Management Professionals. TNET offers networking certification trainings that can help associates and professionals prepare for a career with any company that requires each certification. Contrarily, there are cases where a company sends students to expand their area of expertise or aim for a higher level certification. Most of the trainings are composed of two parts: a lecture and a laboratory class which usually lasts for a week. The laboratory classes are subdivided into two types: local and remote. The local laboratory is accessed within the internal network of the company while the remote laboratory is accessed through an external network (i.e. the Internet). The remote laboratory is either a Virtual Private Network (VPN) or a public Internet Protocol (IP) address mapped to a private IP address using Network Address Translation (NAT) depending on whether the packets has to pass through an external unsecured network or not.
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