BUILDING AND INTEGRATING VIRTUAL PRIVATE NETWORKS WITH OPENSWAN PDF

To purchase books, visit Amazon or your favorite retailer. Is your neighbor watching your wireless? Or are your competitors perhaps engaged in industrial espionage? Do you need to send information back to your office while on the road or on board a ship? IPsec is the industry standard for encrypted communication, and Openswan is the de-facto implementation of IPsec for Linux. Furthermore it discusses common interoperability examples for third party vendors, such as Cisco, Checkpoint, Netscreen and other common IPsec vendors.

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To purchase books, visit Amazon or your favorite retailer. Is your neighbor watching your wireless? Or are your competitors perhaps engaged in industrial espionage? Do you need to send information back to your office while on the road or on board a ship? IPsec is the industry standard for encrypted communication, and Openswan is the de-facto implementation of IPsec for Linux. Furthermore it discusses common interoperability examples for third party vendors, such as Cisco, Checkpoint, Netscreen and other common IPsec vendors.

The authors bring you first hand information, as they are the official developers of the Openswan code. They have included the latest developments and upcoming issues. With experience in answering questions on a daily basis on the mailing lists since the creation of Openswan, the authors are by far the most experienced in a wide range of successful and not so successful uses of Openswan by people worldwide.

This book is a comprehensive guide to using Openswan for building both basic and industry size, military strength VPNs for medium to very large organizations. Written by the core developers, this practical book is all you need to use Openswan to build any VPN infrastructure you may need. The authors have covered the latest developments and upcoming issues.

This book will not only help you build the VPN you need, but also save you a lot of time. Approach Who this book is for Network administrators and any one who is interested in building secure VPNs using Openswan. It presumes basic knowledge of Linux, but no knowledge of VPNs is required. About Us.

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Building and Integrating Virtual Private Networks with Openswan

More Information Learn Chapter 1 presents some historical context of IPsec and Openswan, and discusses the legal aspects about using and selling cryptography such as Openswan, and discusses some of the aspects of weighing encryption privacy and law enforcement. Chapter 2 explains in non-mathematical terms how the IPsec protocols work. It is written especially with the system administrator in mind, and should appeal to both experts and beginners in the world of cryptography. Chapter 3 contains all you need to know to install Openswan on your Linux distribution. Chapter 4 is a step by step tutorial on how to configure the most common type of VPN connections using Openswan. These include net-to-net, host-to-net, roaming users and head office to branch offices. In other words, all the possible Openswan-to-Openswan connections.

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BUILDING AND INTEGRATING VIRTUAL PRIVATE NETWORKS WITH OPENSWAN PDF

The authors have virual the latest developments and upcoming issues. Le falta, en mi opinion se queda atras con respecto a la version actual. The author should have written in more detail or omitted the chapters on protocols inntegrating. Introducing Windows Server R2.

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