Visitor-based networking (VBN) is a modern technology that allows users to access the internet or local network without a Wi-Fi network.

It uses a web browser to create an encrypted link between a user’s device and a network access point, which can be a VBN server, VBN router, or VPN-enabled device. VBN is mostly used in public spaces to provide secure internet connections instead of an unsecured Wi-Fi network.

VBN is easy to implement and manage as it can be configured with existing infrastructure (firewalls and web servers) and managed via standard web-based interfaces and tools. This flexible and cost-effective solution is ideal for organizations that want to provide secure network access.

Disadvantages of Visitor-based Networks

Benefits of VBN