Cisco Security Architectures by Gilbert Held

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A Cisco troubleshooting methodology. It includes coverage of: how to create, operate and use Cisco Access lists; how to secure a network when access occurs via a Cisco Router; and the TCP/IP Protocol and its use with Cisco routers. There are a number of security discussions too, and these include: public network and private network security threats and how to prevent them; how firewalls and proxy servers can be used as a first line of defence; how to configure Cisco Routers to accept only specific recognized incoming packets; using the Cisco PIX Firewall and the Centri firewall; and how to use the special security features built into Cisco routers.

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Published May 22, 1999 by McGraw-Hill Education. 331 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction