The Autonomous System is built on OSI-Ethernet Layer 2 and runs at the core of the router operating system, which completely eliminates the use of vulnerable IP addresses.
Instead, the AS uses its own network index assignment mechanism, which is virtually inaccessible to DDoS and other IP-based network attacks.
By creating a monolithic channel between all networked business resources, Autonomous System eliminates the possibility of hacker attacks and provides a new level of security quality.
Autonomous System allows you to use network resources efficiently and securely and provides connectivity between the cloud, offices and users, keeping you connected at work, at home and on the go, ensuring your sensitive data can be accessed securely from anywhere in the world.
The Autonomous System has all the tools you need to manage and monitor, diagnose and control all network processes.
To all of these advantages must be added that the subscriber terminal does not require the operator to provide a static public IP-address, and perfectly copes with all the functions when using a dynamic gray IP or PPPoE connection.
Multiple transport sub-channels give a high degree of security.
We need to transmit 9000 bytes of data. And we have three communication subchannels.
In this case, the first block of 1500 bytes will go in encrypted form through the first subchannel, the second through the second and the third through the third subchannel respectively. If an intruder listens to the traffic on the first subchannel, he will get the first (1…1500 bytes), and the 4th (4501…6000 bytes) data blocks respectively.