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A Technical Guide to IPSec Virtual Private Networks

1st Edition

By James S. Tiller

Auerbach Publications

376 pages

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Description

What is IPSec? What's a VPN? Why do the need each other? Virtual Private Network (VPN) has become one of the most recognized terms in our industry, yet there continuously seems to be different impressions of what VPNs really are and can become.

A Technical Guide to IPSec Virtual Private Networks provides a single point of information that represents hundreds or resources and years of experience with IPSec VPN solutions. It cuts through the complexity surrounding IPSec and the idiosyncrasies of design, implementation, operations, and security.

Starting with a primer on the IP protocol suite, the book travels layer by layer through the protocols and the technologies that make VPNs possible. It includes security theory, cryptography, RAS, authentication, IKE, IPSec, encapsulation, keys, and policies.

After explaining the technologies and their interrelationships, the book provides sections on implementation and product evaluation. A Technical Guide to IPSec Virtual Private Networks arms information security, network, and system engineers and administrators with the knowledge and the methodologies to design and deploy VPNs in the real world for real companies.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Know the Terrain

The Internet

TCP/IP Quickie

Information Age

Security Concepts

Cryptography

The Other Guys

Why are "VPNs" So HOT?

IP Security Primer

History

Structure

Applications

Quality of Service

Policy

Encryption

Symmetrical Encryption

Asymmetrical Encryption

Message Authentication Code

Perfect Forward Secrecy

Diffie-Hellman

IPSEC Architecture

Domain of Interpretation

Security Associations

Transport Mode

Tunnel Mode

Authentication

Shared Secret

Certificates

Public Key Cryptography

Non-IPSec Authentication

Security Protocols

Encapsulating Security Payload

Authentication Header

Key Management

The Roll of Key Management

Creating IKE for IPSec

Phase One

Phase Two

Implementation Considerations

Network to Network

Client to Network

Client Interaction

Rollout Concepts

Product Evaluation

Business Drivers

Grading Methodology

Lab Testing

Pilot Processes

Trend Analysis

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
COM043000
COMPUTERS / Networking / General
COM053000
COMPUTERS / Security / General