IPSec Assignment Stephen Coates Jr

IPSec Assignment Stephen Coates Jr - Server if the...

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Stephen Coates Jr Tuesday, September 21, 2010 IPSec – Activity 11-6 The rules that are configured on the computer are as followed<All I Traffic>, <All  ICMP Traffic>, <Dynamic>. Connection type: 1) All Network connection 2) Local area network (LAN) 3) Remote access Filter Action:  1) Permit  2) Request security (optional) 3) Request security Authentication Methods:  1) Kerberos Tunnel setting: 1) This rule not specify an IPSec tunnel 
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2) The tunnel endpoint is specified by this IP address IP Filter List: 1) All ICMP Traffic 2) All IP Traffic IPSec-is a protocol suite for securing Internet Protocol (IP) communications Client     -responds by using IPSec communication
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Unformatted text preview: Server if the responding client does not support IPSec, windows server switches to the clear mode, which does not employ IPSec Secure Server - This means that announcement using any account and with any client is secured thought authoritarian IPSec enforcement. IPSec What? IP Security- A set of IP-based Secure communications and encryption standards developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and used to protect network communications through IP. Who? Internet Engineering Task Force Roles? Client, Server, Secure Server...
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