Android - VPN at the native layer

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Is it feasible to make a VPN connection in Android using native code?

And, if so, does the VPN support keep alives?
Feb 22 in Cyber Security & Ethical Hacking by Edureka
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If it's doable in Java, it's also achievable in native code - simply use the JNI reflection.
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