Implementing virtual private networks

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McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Limited, 1999 - Computers - 594 pages
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The first complete guide to the installation, operation, and management of Virtual Private Networks (VPN), a fast-growing technology framework that lets organizations use the Internet as their own private network. Shows how all the pieces of VPN architecture fit together: encryption, authentication, special network security considerations, and more. Takes readers step by step through VPN implementation, troubleshooting, maintenance, and ongoing security.

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Contents

THE FOUNDATIONS OF VPNs
8
Network Security for VPNs
27
The Advantages and Disadvantages of VPN Technology
55
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About the author (1999)

Brown is a Firewall and VPN engineer at Cable & Wireless. He is a Certified Novell Engineer and a Certified Solaris Administrator.

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