Configuring ISA Server 2000: Building Firewalls for Windows 2000
Microsoft's flagship ISA Server delivers the Internet to your customers!
As the demand for Internet connectivity reaches a fever pitch, system administrators are being challenged to connect more and more systems to the Internet without compromising security or network performance. ISA Server 2000 provides system administrators with a revolutionary management infrastructure that addresses the two greatest needs of Enterprise-wide Internet connectivity: Security and speed.
Written by best-selling author of several MCSE 2000 study guides, this book will provide the system administrators with an in depth understanding of all the critiacl features of Microsoft's flag ship Internet Server. Configuring ISA Server 2000 shows network administrators how to connect a network to the Internet, maintain the connection, and troubleshoot remote users' hardware and software configuration problems.
Chapter 2 ISA Server in the Enterprise
Chapter 3 Security Concepts and Security Policies
Chapter 4 ISA Server Deployment Planning and Design
Chapter 5 ISA Server Installation
Chapter 6 Managing ISA Server
Chapter 7 ISA Architecture and Client Configuration
Chapter 8 Configuring ISA Server for Outbound Access
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Page 23 - Application layer • Presentation layer • Session layer • Transport layer • Network layer • Data Link layer • Physical layer Figure 4.4 shows the functions defined at each layer of the OSI model.
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Page 37 - Local Area Network (LAN) Settings Automatic configuration Automatic configuration may override manual settings. To ensure the use of manual settings, disable automatic configuration.
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