As technology advances, the demand and necessity for seamless connectivity and stable access to servers and networks is increasing exponentially. Unfortunately the few books out there on remote access focus on Cisco certification preparation, one aspect of network connectivity or security. This text covers both-the enabling technology and how to make remote access secure. The definitive resource for network administrators and IT professionals implementing and maintaining remote access systems, The Complete Book of Remote Access: Connectivity and Security provides the technical background needed to confidently select and implement the best remote access technologies for your company's network. It provides basic technical information on remote access network technologies and the functional information on the role that remote access networks play in moving information. In-depth coverage shows you how to assess remote access needs and identify appropriate solutions for different platforms. The author includes discussions of remote access configuration, security considerations from strong authentication to VPN, troubleshooting, maintenance, and disaster recovery. With coverage on the enabling technologies and how to make remote access secure, The Complete Book of Remote Access is truly the definitive resource for network administrators and IT professionals looking to achieve seamless connectivity and stable remote access to servers and networks.Connectivity and Security Victor Kasacavage ... see Extranets BorderManager, 45 Border security, 42 Branch office connection network, 257, 258 Break-in attempts, 45 BRI, see Basic Rate Interface Broadband ISDN, ATM-based, 328 lines, 4 BroadVision Mobile Solution, 145 ... see Compression Control Protocol CDMA, see Code division multiple access CDPD, see Cellular Digital Packet Data CD-ROManbsp;...
|Title||:||Complete Book of Remote Access|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2002-12-10|