This book is essential reading and a great reference for anyone who wants to use IPSec or to understand how it works. Clearly and fluently written, it provides the reader with an overall view and rationale, together with the necessary hands-on details. This is most definitely the right book at the right time!??Ran Canetti, Staff Member, IBM Research The insider's guide to IPSec for every networking professional?not just security specialists! With IPSec, Internet security comes of age, enabling companies to build VPNs and other Internet-centered mission-critical applications with confidence that their data will remain secure. Now, there's an authoritative, comprehensive guide to IPSec?straight from two leading authorities in IPSec standardization and implementation. Start by reviewing the fundamentals of computer and network security, and the tradeoffs associated with implementing security at each layer of the IP stack. Next, walk through IPSec's architecture and components; the role of authentication, encryption, encapsulating security payloads (ESPs); and Internet Key Exchange (IKE). Coverage includes:
- Using IPSec security in host-to-host, host-to-gateway, and gateway-to-gateway scenarios
- Security associations, SPIs, and other key concepts
- Establishing secure VPN tunneling
- Overlapping and shared security associations, nested and chained tunnels, and other implementation issues
- Practical guidance for setting policy on routers and end-hosts
- A detailed look inside the IPSec kernel
About the authors
Naganand Doraswamy is a senior principal engineer at Nortel Networks in Billerica, MA., and an active participant in the IETF and key industry panels on VPNs and IP security. He was a network security architect at Bay Networks (currently Nortel Networks) and is currently working on next-generation router architectures and protocols. He was the technical lead for IP Security at FTP Software.
Dan Harkins, formerly a senior software engineer in the Network Protocol Security Group at Cisco Systems, is currently a Senior Scientist at Network-Alchemy in Santa Cruz, CA, and is active in several IETF working groups. He wrote IPSec's standard Internet Key Exchange (IKE) key management protocol.
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I. : OVERVIEW.
L'auteur Naganand Doraswamy
is a senior principal engineer at Nortel Networks in Billerica, MA, and an active participant in the IETF and key industry panels on VPNs and IP security. He was a network security architect at Bay Networks (currently Nortel Networks) and is currently working on next-generation router architectures and protocols. He was the technical lead for IP Security at FTP Software.
L'auteur Dan Harkins
is a Security Architect for Trapeze Networks developing
secure protocols for wireless networks. He is an active
participant in IETF and IEEE working groups producing
standards for secure and high-performance inter-networking.
He wrote IPSec's standard Internet Key Exchange (IKE) key
management protocol and has worked on numerous IPSec
implementations. His IKE implementation is the basis for
many IPSec-compliant products including Cisco's and
Caractéristiques techniques du livre "IPSec"
|Auteur(s)||Naganand Doraswamy, Dan Harkins|
|Nb. de pages||210|
|Format||18,3 x 24|
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