I'm here reading the N+ and we are currently going over topologies, VLAN, and VPN.
From my understanding, it kind of sounds like a VLAN is basically a HUGE LAN. Like I can be on the same network in texas as someone in Cali which would give me access to the shared folders etc..
But if that's the case why not just use a VPN, Which from my understanding would give me the ability to just log into a computer at that office in Cali remotely?
Please someone help me make some sense out of this.
and once again, thanks in advanced for satisfying my nooby confusion.