Encrypt and authenticate ip data n focuses more on

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Encrypt and authenticate IP data n Focuses more on Network to Network Connectivity VPN Devices n Hardware and Software devices that utilize VPN Standards n Two types: IPSec Compatible and Non-IPSec Compatible
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IPSec Compatible n Installed on a networks perimeter and encrypt traffic between the two n Because IPSec only work with IP n Operate at Network Layer n Two Modes : n Tunnel Mode – entire packet is encrypted and encases in IPSec packet n Transport Mode – Only datagram is encrypted leaving IP address visible. n Datagram : A self-contained, independent entity of data carrying sufficient information to be routed from the source to the destination. Non-IPSec Compatible n Common non-IPSec compatible include SOCKS, PPTP and SSH n SOCKS is not traditional VPN protocol but is robust and operates at Application Layer. n PTP implemented in Win95 and NT n Multiprotocol and uses PAP and CHAP user authentication. n Compresses Data n End-to-End encryption n Secure Shell SSH-2 n Not strictly VPN but can be used as one with Terminal Session Firewall Based VPNs n Frequently available with Third Generation (Stateful Inspection) Firewalls n Operate at the Application layer n Performance degradation is often a problem Data Networking Basics Data Network Types: n Local Area Network (LAN) n Wide Area Network (WAN) n Internet, Intranet, and Extranet Local Area Networks – LAN n Discrete network for limited geographical area like a building or a single floor n Two most popular LANs are: n CAN - Campus Area Network – connects multiple buildings with each other over switched backbone n MAN – Metropolitan Area Network – LAN over a city wide metropolitan area. n Both CAN and MAN can have a connection to WAN Wide Area Networks - WAN n Network of sub networks that interconnect LANs over large geographic areas. n WAN is basically everything outside of LAN Internet n The Internet is a WAN originally funded by the DOD n Uses TCP/IP Intranet n Internet like logical network that uses a companies internal physical network structure n More security and control than Internet n Uses Internet tools like browsers. Extranet n Extranet can be accessed by users outside of the company, (i.e. vendors and partners) but not the general public. n Includes some type of authentication or encryption
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Asynchronous vs. Synchronous Communications n Asynchronous is basis of modems and dial up remote access. Must operate at same speed. n Start and stop bits mark the beginning and the end of each transfer. n Synchronous is very high speed, governed by electronic clock timing signals. Common Data Network Services: Files Services – Share data files and subdirectories on file server Mail Services – send and receive mail internally and externally Print Services – Print documents to shared printers Client/ Server Services – Allocate computing resources among workstations Domain Name Service – Matches Internet Uniform Resource Locator (URL) with the actual IP address of the server providing the URL. Maps host names to IP Addresses.
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