Tag Archives: HTTPS

NAT (Network Address Translation)

Overview In the previous chapter, we saw how DHCP is useful in assigning ip addresses to hosts in a network. In this chapter, we will look at another important ip service that helps hosts access the internet. We will learn about, NAT operation and IPv4, and configure and troubleshoot NAT. NAT in today’s networks In […]

ACLs – Part II

Overview In part one of this chapter, we looked at the ACL concepts, we discussed how they worked and we topped it off with configuration of standard ACLs. In part 2, we will discuss extended ACLs and other ACL concepts, we will then configure extended ACLs and finish off with troubleshooting ACLs. Extended ACLs With […]

ACLs (Access Control Lists) Part I

Overview In the last chapter, we discussed network security and saw its importance in our networks. In this chapter, we will delve into the world of ACLs, in part 1, we will look at the ACL concepts as well as configuring standard ACLs. In part 2 of this chapter, we will continue with configuration but […]