Windows 2000 Virtual Private Networking (VPN)
©2001 |Sams Publishing |
©2001 |Sams Publishing |
For courses in Windows NT/Windows 2000 Networking and Network Security.
Focus on VPNs and security has been created by concerns for privacy and data protection. Learning to configure and maintain VPNs is a necessary skill for CS students. Windows 2000 Virtual Private networking takes into account the emerging distributed workforce that networkers must support, including laptop users, home LAN environments, complex branch offices, and more—all within a secure and effective network design. The way a VPN is implemented in Windows 2000 is different that any other operating system. This book will cover all aspects of both the tunnel server and the tunnel client, covering PPTP, L2TP and IPSec, and the configuration of both tunnel and transport configuration. In addition to specific discussions about Windows 2000 tunneling, the book will show students what a network designer can do with this capability. New VPN features that can affect Active Directory replication, network address translation, Proxy and more will be covered in depth.
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(NOTE: Each chapter concludes with a Summary.)
1. What Is a Virtual Private Network?
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Thaddeus Fortenberry, MCSE, MCT is a leading expert in Virtual Private Networking and the Windows platform. As Compaq's Program Manager of Virtual Private Networks, he designs the global specifications for tunneling and deploying tunnel servers. He has been working with Windows NT since its initial release, and he worked in a support role specializing in VPNs and networking for the Windows 2000 Rapid Deployment Program participants at Microsoft. Thaddeus also assisted in administering and deploying Compaq's Qtest Active Directoryhe second largest pre-release deployment of Windows 2000 Active Directory. In addition, he was the key architect of the HappyVPN test network deployment of Active Directory over a distributed network based entirely on VPN links using Windows 2000 tunneling technologies.
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