In computer networking, route leaking is a technique used to allow traffic to flow between two or more virtual private networks (VPNs) that are using the same address space. This is accomplished by “leaking” routes from one VPN into another.
Route leaking can also be used to improve performance. For example, if one VPN has a higher bandwidth than another, traffic can be routed through the higher-bandwidth VPN.
Route leaking is a relatively new technique, and it is not yet supported by all VPN providers. In some cases, it may be necessary to use special software to implement route leaking.
Virtual private network (VPN), route leaking, address space, traffic management, performance
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