• ebook how to Build and Integrating Virtual Private Networks

    [ Detailed Information ]

    Language : English
    Paperback : 272 pages [ 235mm x 191mm ]
    Release Date : May 2006
    ISBN : 190481185X
    ISBN 13 : 978-1-904811-85-5
    Author(s) : Markus Feilner

    [ order this Book From Official site ]

    OpenVPN is a powerful, open source SSL VPN application. It can secure site-to-site connections, WiFi and enterprise-scale remote connections. While being a full-featured VPN solution, OpenVPN is easy to use and does not suffer from the complexity that characterizes other IPSec VPN implementations. It uses the secure and stable TLS/SSL mechanisms for authentication and encryption.
    This book is an easy introduction to this popular VPN application. After introducing the basics of security and VPN, the book moves on to cover using OpenVPN, from installing it on various platforms, through configuring basic tunnels, to more advanced features, such as using the application with firewalls, routers, proxy servers, and OpenVPN scripting.
    While providing only necessary theoretical background, the book takes a practical approach, presenting plenty of examples.
    This book is a comprehensive guide to using OpenVPN for building both secure VPNs. The book is written in a very friendly style that makes this complex topic easy and a joy to read. It first covers basic VPN concepts, then moves to introduce basic OpenVPN configurations, before covering advanced uses of OpenVPN. This book is for both experienced and new OpenVPN users.
    Visit the Free Online Edition for OpenVPN: Building and Integrating Virtual Private Networks and learn more about the book and discover what each chapter from this book has in store.

    What you will learn from this book :
    Chapter 1 looks at what VPNs are, how they evolved during the last decade, why it is necessary to modern enterprises, how typical VPNs work. The chapter also covers some essential networking concepts.
    Chapter 2 explains VPN security issues, including symmetric and asymmetric encryption, the SSL/TLS library, and SSL certificates.
    Chapter 3 introduces OpenVPN. In this chapter, we learn about the history of OpenVPN, how OpenVPN works, and how OpenVPN compares to IPSec VPN applications.
    Chapter 4 covers installing OpenVPN on both Windows, the Mac, Linux, and FreeBSD. It covers the installation on Linux from the source code and RPM packages. Installation on Suse and Debian is covered in detail.
    In Chapter 5, an encryption key for OpenVPN is created and it is then used to setup up our first OpenVPN Tunnel between two windows systems in the same network. The key is then copied on a Linux system and this system is connected through a tunnel to the first windows machine.
    Chapter 6 shows how to create x509 server and client certificates for use with OpenVPN. easy-rsa which comes with OpenVPN and is available for both Windows and Linux is used.
    Chapter 7 reviews the syntax of the command line tool openvpn, which enables building tunnels quickly. The configuration options of openvpn are covered in detail with examples.
    Chapter 8 shows how to make the example tunnels created earlier safer and persistent by choosing a reliable combination of configuration file parameters. It then covers how to configure firewalls on Linux and Windows to work with OpenVPN.
    Chapter 9 focuses on using xca, the advanced Windows tool with which x509 certificates can be easily managed. Its Linux equivalent, Tinyca2, which can even manage multiple certificate authorities, is also covered.
    Chapter 10 covers advanced OpenVPN configurations, including Tunneling through a proxy server, pushing routing commands to clients, pushing and setting the default route through a tunnel, Distributed compilation through VPN tunnels with distcc, and OpenVPN scripting.
    Chapter 11 shows how to debug and monitor VPN tunnels. It covers standard networking tools that can be used for scanning and testing the connectivity of a VPN server.

    Who this book is written for
    Network administrators and any one who is interested in building secure VPNs using OpenVPN. It presumes basic knowledge of Linux, but no knowledge of VPNs is required. All basic VPN and relevant security concepts are covered.

    [Download From TopFiles.us ]

    Join to VIP Club to get more mirror download or request files, if llink doest work
    Comments 1 Comment
    1. sakabato's Avatar
      sakabato -
      thanks, many thanks for the post

    Facebook comments

  • Recent Forum Posts


    Envy (2004) [BLURAY] 720p BluRay YTS

    915.12 MB | 01:39:07 | mp4 | 1280X690 | 1.853:1
    Genres:: Comedy
    iMDB info

    ad-team Today, 07:38 PM Go to last post

    Cisco CCNA Cyber Ops 210-250 (SECFND) - 210-255 (SECOPS) | CBT Nuggets

    CBT Nuggets - Cisco CCNA Cyber Ops 210-250 (SECFND) - 210-255 (SECOPS)
    English | Size: 2.56 GB
    Genre: eLearning

    Cisco CCNA Cyber Ops 210-250 (SECFND)

    wowebook Today, 06:54 PM Go to last post

    Apartment Therapy by Maxwell Ryan


    pdf, epub, mobi | 11.09 MB | English | Isbn:978-0-307-48154-2 | Author: Maxwell Ryan | Year: 2006


    ad-team Today, 06:46 PM Go to last post

    Offensive C# | Udemy

    Offensive C# | Udemy
    English | Size: 6.57 GB
    Genre: eLearning

    What you'll learn
    Learn C# Basics
    Learn how to build tools with C#
    Learn how to enumerate...

    wowebook Today, 06:34 PM Go to last post

    Building Serverless Applications in AWS | LinkedIn

    Building Serverless Applications in AWS | LinkedIn
    English | Size: 62.56 MB
    Genre: eLearning

    If you need to build a serverless application in AWS, this course...

    wowebook Today, 06:15 PM Go to last post