- Paperback: 288 pages
- Publisher: Prentice Hall; 2 edition (March 23, 2003)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 013046189X
- ISBN-13: 978-0130461896
- Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 0.8 x 9.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 16 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,251,100 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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From the Back Cover
The insider's guide to IPSec for every network professionalupdated for the newest standards, techniques, and applications.
Using IPSec, companies can build VPNs and other Internet-centered applications with confidence that their data will remain secure. IPSec, Second Edition is the most authoritative, comprehensive, accessible, and up-to-date guide to IPSec technology. Two leading authorities in IPSec standardization and implementation cover every facet of IPSec architecture and deployment, review important technical advances since IPSec was first standardized, and present new case studies that show how IPSec can provide end-to-end security in real business environments. Coverage includes:
- New, in-depth deployment guidance: policy definition, representation, distribution, and management
- New IPSec enhancements: compression, multicast, key recovery, L2TP support, PKI integration, and more
- IPSec architecture and components: payloads, headers, Internet Key Exchange, security associations, and more
- Implementation architecture and techniques, including overlapping and shared security associations, nested and chained tunnels, and more
- IPSec security in host-to-host, host-to-gateway, and gateway-to-gateway scenarios
- Establishing secure VPN tunneling
- A detailed look inside the IPSec kernel
IPSec, Second Edition delivers the techniques and insight you need to protect all your digital assets, wherever they areon the Internet, your intranet, your extranet, or your VPN. Whether you're a networking or Web professional, software developer, or security specialist, you'll find it indispensable.
About the Author
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 found this book an excellent recap of IPSec as i have not worked with IPSec for almost 3 years, and instead the book gives good and concise information but is mostly in a synopsis format and lacks the real meat.
If you have heavy stuff to send, and you don't want anyone to know whats going on in the tubes this is the way to do it.
4 stars, as the book nevertheless is a productive discussion with two knowledgeable practitioners of IPSEC.
The author gives a brief review on cryptography, TCP/IP and IP Security, and then provoides very detailed information on the three primary parts of IPSec architecture, which are AH, ESP and Key management.
Some examples may be missing the point. i.e., as to L2TP, if the payload is IP data, then IPSec can completely handles it. It is used and make sense only when the payload data is some other protocol like IPX etc. In author's example he still uses IP payload and that might confuse the readers. And explanation part of ISAKMP/OAKLEY is particularly hard to read, if the author had given an example, that process would be greatly clarified.
Overall, this is a good book to start with whether you are going to implement IPSec or just want to know the architecture of IPSec.
After reading about IKE, I still have only a general idea of how it works.