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L2PT stands for Layer Two Tunneling Protocol.
The Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol is what L2TP builds on (PPTP). Internet service providers use PPP to make it possible for virtual private networks to work. L2TP needs an encryption protocol to pass through the tunnel so that security and privacy are kept. Early versions could only carry PPP, but this is no longer the case. Layer 2 From Cisco Systems, PPTP is forwarded to Microsoft
What is L2TP used for?
L2TP also works with a number of authentication protocols carried by PPP, such as CHAP, Microsoft Challenge-Handshake Authentication Protocol, and Password Authentication Protocol. IPsec is an extra layer of security that can be used to verify the endpoints of a tunnel. This is one way that IPsec can be used. The user has an L2 connection to a LAC, which sends PPP frames to the NAS through a tunnel.
Advantages of L2TP
L2TP is thought to be very safe because it doesn't have any major security flaws. For the best security, it uses the 256-bit key encryption standard. But L2TP can't provide this encryption by itself; it usually works with IPSec. Also, it is made sure that none of the information sent from sender to receiver is changed. L2TP will be the best choice if the user cares more about security.