Friday, December 24, 2010 | By: Dalia

TrainSignal VPN Tutorial Virtual Private Network starter

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TrainSignal VPN Tutorial Virtual Private Network starter
ENGLISH | 640*480 | tscc | 15fps – 82kbps | 176kbps | 423 MB


A VPN is a secure, private communication tunnel between `two or more devices across a public network (like the Internet). These VPN devices can be either a computer running VPN software or a special device like a VPN enabled router.
It allows your home computer to be connected to your office network or can allow two home computers in different locations to connect to each over the Internet.
Even though a VPN?s data travels across a public network like the Internet, it is secure because of very strong encryption. If anyone ?listens? to the VPN communications, they will not understand it because all the data is encrypted. In addition, VPN?s monitor their traffic in very sophisticated ways that ensure packets never get altered while traveling across the public network. Encryption and data verification is very CPU intensive.

Course Outline

- Administer & manage remote access connections within the VPN Console
  Configure VPN Clients to connect to the VPN Server using PPTP

- Learn how to allow remote users to connect to the LAN by configuring the VPN Server as a Remote Access Server, Secure the VPN Server by restricting Remote Authentication Protocols to MS-CHAP v.1 and v.2

- Install a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) using Mzoft Certificate Services
  Issue Machine Certificates to the VPN Clients & VPN Servers (You Need these for L2TP!)

- Create a VPN Tunnel using the Layer Two Tunneling Protocol (L2TP)
  Monitor IPSec traffic using the IP Secmon Tool

- Configure Multiple VPN Servers to connect to each other over the Internet, forming a Site-to-Site VPN
  Create Demand Dial Interfaces (DDR) on the VPN Interfaces to enable Site-to-Site VPNs
  Direct traffic between two sites by setting up TCP/IP routes