Index_P


P

packages, 124

packet filtering. See also filters

clients, 92

configuring, 187

deployment, 267

described, 38, 43–44

extranets, 267

input filters, 93

IP, 43

L2TP/IPSec, 44

output filters, 93

PPTP, 43

profiles, 48, 91

routing, 92, 184

site-to-site VPNs, 179, 184, 300, 308

troubleshooting, 287, 300, 308

unable to connect problems, 300

PAP (Password Authentication Protocol), 21, 38, 55, 75, 187

Password Never Expires option, 178, 198, 252

passwords

authentication, 21, 38, 70

certificates, 211

CHAP, 39

character requirements, 25, 74

clear-text, 39

Connection Manager, 141, 167

demand-dial routing, 218, 221

deployment, 206, 211, 218, 221, 252, 258

EAP, 40

expiration, 39, 178, 198, 252

interoperability, 55

MS-CHAP, 39

quarantine features, 141, 167

single sign-on, 69

site-to-site VPNs, 178, 188, 198, 218, 221, 297

strong, 25, 40, 74, 75, 188

troubleshooting, 283, 297

unable to connect problems, 283

PBS (Phone Book Service), 68

perimeter networks, 186

Periodic Status option, 115, 225

permissions

Active Directory, 223

Connection Manager, 135

deployment, 223

domain user accounts, 94

policies, 91, 197

quarantine features, 135

Read, 285, 299

shared folders, 135

site-to-site VPNs, 223, 298, 299

troubleshooting, 285, 298, 299

unable to connect problems, 298

Permit Only The Packets Listed Below option, 93, 148

Persistent Connection option, 173, 261, 262

persistent connections

deployment, 257–265

described, 169

domain configuration, 258

on-demand VPNs, 173

site-to-site VPNs, 169

Personal folder, 106, 110, 211, 213

pfx format, 210

Phone Book Administrator, 34, 68

Phone Book Bitmap page, 164

Phone Book From This Profile option, 161

Phone Book Service (PBS). See PBS (Phone Book Service)

phone books, 33–34, 164

Connection Manager, 161

creating custom, 33, 68

quarantine features, 161

updating, 68

Ping, 71, 187, 297

PKI (public key infrastructure), 52, 56

Pocket PC (Microsoft), 6, 65

Point of Presence (POP) information. See POP (Point of Presence) information

Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP). See PPP (Point-to- Point Protocol)

Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP). See PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol)

policies. See also Group Policy

AAA infrastructure, 90–92

authorization, 31

certificates, 99

conditions, 91, 197

configuring, 117–119

Connection Manager, 141–149

creating, 141–149, 226–227

deployment, 117–119, 214, 226–227, 248, 259–260

described, 31, 117

IAS, 117–119, 226–227

packet filtering, 48

permissions, 91, 197

profiles, 91, 197

quarantine features, 46, 141–149

remote deployment, 250, 253

reviewing, 150

site-to-site VPNs, 178–181, 185, 196–198, 214,
226–227

split tunneling, 87

troubleshooting, 298, 303

unable to connect problems, 298, 303

VPN routers, 178–181

VPN servers, 82

Policy Configuration Method page, 117, 141, 143, 144, 226

Policy Encryption Level page, 118, 141, 143, 144, 227

POP (Point of Presence) information, 33, 68

ports

L2TP, 81

PPTP, 81, 181

RADIUS, 95

site-to-site VPNs, 177, 181, 190

TCP, 190

UDP, 95, 190

VPN servers, 81

Ports object, 121, 298, 299

postconnect actions, 124

PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol), 20–23, 55, 56

L2TP/IPSec, 41

logs, 280

site-to-site VPNs, 13, 169, 177, 188

troubleshooting, 280, 282

Ppp.log, 280

PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol)

advantages, 26, 52, 56

authentication, 40

clients, 64, 76

Connection Manager, 67, 129, 143, 167

demand-dial routing, 217, 221

deployment, 102, 118, 121, 205, 214, 216–217

described, 18, 23

dictionary attacks, 24

disadvantages, 76

extranets, 268–269

future directions, 58

Industry Forum, 54

interoperability, 51-54

IP datagrams, 23

L2TP/IPSec, 24–28, 76

NAT, 76

packet filtering, 43

passwords, 24

policies, 118

ports, 181

quarantine features, 143, 167

site-to-site VPNs, 173, 177–180, 182, 184, 187–191

troubleshooting, 282, 285, 287, 299, 300

tunneling, 19–20

unable to connect problems, 300

VPN servers, 121

when to use, 75–77

preconnect actions, 124

preshared keys, 54, 55, 70

configuring, 202

described, 28

L2TP/IPsec, 28–30, 75

site-to-site VPNs, 202

private virtual circuits (PVCs). See PVCs (private virtual circuits)

private-key encryption, 44, 45. See also encryption

profiles, 130, 136, 160–168

packet filtering, 48

policies, 91, 197

troubleshooting, 284, 298

Protocols And Security page, 218, 221

proxy servers, 287. See also Winsock Proxy

PSTN (public switched telephone network), 14, 15, 270

public-key encryption, 44, 45, 52, 56. See also encryption

public key infrastructure (PKI). See PKI (public key infrastructure)

Publish Certificate In Active Directory option, 108

PVCs (private virtual circuits), 240




Deploying Virtual Private Networks With Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Deploying Virtual Private Networks with Microsoft Windows Server 2003 (Technical Reference)
ISBN: 0735615764
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 128

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