A business VPN solution

Build a secure and scalable Virtual Private Network (VPN) that will grow with your business.

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Delivers secure, flexible, and reliable global connectivity


Keep sensitive data separated from the public internet with Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS).


Integrate VPN and SD-WAN for better application performance,  and network diversity.


Prioritize traffic with rich Class of Service (CoS) options and speeds up to 100Gbps.

Advantages of VPN

  • Connect to the cloud

    Direct access to a wide ecosystem of cloud service providers

  • Built in security

    Isolate your data from other businesses and the public internet

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  • Expand globally

    A single provider network providing consistency in over 200+ countries

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  • Consistent performance

    99.95% service availability with industry leading Service Level Agreements (SLAs) 

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  • Enhanced SD-WAN

    Integrate SD-WAN and VPN to help protect traffic from internet events

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  • Near Real-time changes

    Manage your network with our award-winning Business Center portal

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What is an MPLS VPN network, and how can it protect your business from cyberthreats?

A business VPN with internet access

Access your private VPN and the public internet with one flexible Ethernet connection. 

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Customer stories

Wintrust Bank Old Town building - a full service branch located in the Lincoln Park area of Chicago, Illinois.

A network you can bank on

A major financial institution chose AT&T Business to design and deploy a robust, highly secure, best-in-class network. It now uses AT&T VPN to process transactions with speed and security.

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Technology warehouse

A network overcame tornadoes and COVID-19

A well-designed network, including redundant data centers in the two FedEx Supply Chain buildings in Nashville, facilitated a quick return to operations.

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Frequently asked questions about AT&T VPN

An MPLS VPN uses multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) to create a virtual private network (VPN). MPLS VPN is a flexible method to transport and route several types of network traffic using a private MPLS backbone.  AT&T VPN is an MPLS VPN.

Reliable Ethernet access over Fiber, up to 6 Classes of Service, Integrated Local Internet, ability to create multiple logical VPNs, near real-time eOrdering capabilities via award winning customer portal.

Access and POP diversity, Managed Router, access to large ecosystem of Cloud Service Providers, wireless integration, remote access.

If you have a larger network with more complex requirements, you can pair AT&T VPN with AT&T SD-WAN to build a hybrid WAN design. With application-aware routing you can take advantage of the security and reliability of our MPLS based VPN to deliver your critical traffic while your non-critical traffic can traverse the more cost effective SD-WAN transport.

The VPN Value Bundle is a cost-effective integrated solution that provides up to 1 Gbps of bandwidth along with wireless data backup, VoIP calling, and Managed Security Services. It has one integrated contract and a single, easy-to-read bill.

VPN and SD-WAN working together

Combine a high performing business VPN over with a cost-effective internet connection using AT&T SD-WAN

  • Route latency sensitive traffic (VoIP) through your private MPLS VPN
  • Offload lower priority traffic over the public internet
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