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In today's world of e-business, there are emerging requirements for external suppliers and business partners to have access to data stored on another company's internal servers. Since traffic flowing within an intranet at any given time may have been generated by several different companies, today it may no longer be possible to categorize a given intranet as trusted or untrusted . A company may consider its own intranets to be trusted, but at the same time its business partners may consider it to be untrusted.
A company may consider its own intranets to be trusted, but at the same time its business partners may consider it to be untrusted. In this environment, a VPN designer may need to provide network security functions both on the intranet segments and on the Internet segment. As shown in Figure 2, there are four classes of machines that occur along the path: • • • • Remote hosts (dial-up) Fixed hosts (sources and destinations, or clients and servers) ISP access box Security gateways (firewalls and/or routers) Protocols in these machines are used to provide address assignment, tunneling, and IP security.
He is an IBM Certified OS/2 and LAN Server Engineer and a Microsoft Certified Professional for Windows NT. Martin has co-authored a number of redbooks at the ITSO Raleigh and Austin Centers. His latest publications are TCP/IP Tutorial and Technical Overview, sixth Edition, GG24-3376, and IP Network Design Guide, second Edition, SG24-2580. Hyun Jeong Lee is an IT Specialist in Network Services, IBM Korea where she has been working for eight years. She has six years of experience in the networking environment.
A comprehensive guide to virtual private networks. Volume II by International Business Machines Corporation