Price: $1,699.00
Course Number: 155
Length: 2 Days

Why should you choose TONEX for your VPN Training?

VPN Training by Tonex has been a high-quality  program since 1999.

Virtual private networks extend private networks by moving information across a public domain, such as the internet. With the developing nature of these networks, VPN training courses are beneficial to employees in the VPN industry. This field has changed dramatically since it was first created, as early data networks relied on VPN connectivity through dial-up modems and leased line connections.

Today’s virtual private networks can be either remote access or site to site. With remote access, the computer user is connected to a network, and in site-to-site, two networks are connected together. In order to keep on top of these advancements in technology, virtual private network training programs are available.

What to Expect from VPN Training Program

Our VPN training courses follow a specific format that includes the following:

• Detailed overview
• Body of class where topics are discussed in detail
• Interactive learning through group work and hands-on activities
• Storytelling and other fun techniques used to remember the information

We have both Tonex Certificates and Industry Certificates that are available for participants. These certificates are proof that your business has taken the necessary VPN courses and are well-informed in a particular niche. From small businesses to Fortune 500 companies to government agencies, we work with all organizations to deliver the same high-end results.

By choosing our virtual private network training courses, you receive a host of benefits, including:

• Courses that are designed specifically by experts in the industry
• Seminars that are flexible and tailored to meet the needs of your business
• Certifications available upon successful completion of the course
• Knowledgeable, professional instructions who have firsthand knowledge on the subject matter
• Up-to-date courses that are continually scanned for the most current information

Let our virtual private network training programs transform your organization. With new information evolving in the telecommunications field, it’s imperative that your employees receive the necessary training to keep them ahead of the curve. Contact Tonex today to learn more about our innovative VPN training courses.

VPN Training by TONEX covers Virtual Private Networks concepts and architectures,an in-depth examination of advanced features and functions such as tunneling, authentication, access control, VPN gateways, VPN clients, and VPN network and service management.

VPN Training course presents the various technology components, concrete solutions, and best practices you need to deploy and manage a highly successful VPN.

 

VPN Training

 

TONEX VPN training course provide exceptional VPN knowledge and awareness about  VPN, security, encryption and authentication technologies that protect data in transit from unauthorized access and attacks.

Learn about VPN Technologies, Data Confidentiality Internet Protocol Security Protocol (IPsec), PPTP/MPPE, PPTP, L2TP/IPsec, L3/IPsec, Data Integrity, Data Origin Authentication, Anti Replay, Data Tunneling/Traffic Flow Confidentiality, Tunneling, Firewall, VPN products and more.

Learn about VPN and how to:

  • Use highly secure VPN communications, with access rights tailored to individual users
  • USe VPN products to add new sites or users, without significantly expanding your existing infrastructure
  • Extend corporate networks, applications, and collaboration tools by using VPN
  • Reduce communications costs while increasing flexibility

Who Should Attend

IT Managers, Security Officers, Network Engineers, Tech Support and anyone who is interested in VPN.

Objectives

After completing this course, attendees will be able to:

  • Understand IPsec, featuring the Authentication Header, Encapsulating Security Payload, Internet Key Exchange, and implementation details
  • Understand PPTP, L2F, L2TP, and MPLS as VPN tunneling protocols
  • Review Two-party and three-party authentication, including RADIUS and Kerberos
  • Explore Public key infrastructure (PKI) concept and its integration into VPN solutions
  • Understand Access control policies, mechanisms, and management, and their application to VPNs
  • Review VPN gateway functions, including site-to-site intranet, remote access, and extranet
  • Review Gateway configuration, provisioning, monitoring, and accounting
  • Explore Gateway interaction with firewalls and routers
  • Understand VPN client implementation issues, including interaction with operating systems
  • Understand Client operation issues, including working with NAT, DNS, and link MTU limits
  • Explore VPN service and network management architectures and tunnel and security management
  • Review successful VPN deployments
  • Discuss successful and unsuccessful VPN deployments
  • Step through a practical process for managing a VPN deployment project
  • Explore the current and future market trends

Outline

Introduction

  • VPN Definition
  • Potential Uses and Benefits
  • VPN Motivation
  • The VPN Market
  • VPN Requirements
  • Building Blocks of a VPN
  • VPN Technologies
  • VPN Topology
  • VPN Protocols
  • VPN versus Mobile IP

VPN Architectures

  • VPN Requirements, Building Blocks, and Architectures
  • Implementer-based VPN Architectures
  • Security-based VPN Architectures
  • Layer-based VPN Architectures
  • Class-based VPN Architectures Site-to-Site Intranet VPNs
  • Remote Access VPNs
  • Extranet VPNs

Key Aspects of VPN Security

  • Overview of Network Security
  • Internet Architecture
  • Security Issues Connecting to Internet
  • Relevant Cryptography
  • Generic Secure Channel
  • Cryptography
  • Shared Key Cryptography
  • Public Key Cryptography
  • Digital Signatures
  • Message Authentication Codes

Tunnels and VPNData Integrity and Confidentiality.

VPN Tunneling Protocols

  • PPTP
  • L2F
  • L2TP
  • Ipsec
  • MPLS

Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)

  • Overview and Basic Operation
  • Basis for L2 VPN Protocols
  • Major Components
  • Wire Authentication Protocols
  • Backend Authentication Servers
  • Configuration of Network Protocols

Layer Two VPN Protocols

  • Common Aspects
  • Advantages and Disadvantages
  • Layer Two Forwarding (L2F)
  • Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)
  • Layer Two Tunneling Protocol (L2TP)

IP Security Protocol (IPSEC)

  • Basic IPsec Concepts
  • IPsec and VPNs
  • Authentication Header (AH)
  • Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP)
  • Internet Key Exchange (IKE)
  • Operational Modes
  • Security Associations
  • Mandatory Configurations
  • Issues with Remote Access
  • Key Management
  • ANX Implementation
  • L2TP with IPSEC
  • Phase 1 Negotiation
  • Phase 2 Negotiation
  • IPsec Implementation

Authentication and access control in VPN

  • PAP and CHAP
  • PPP Authentication
  • RADIUS
  • S/KEY and OTP
  • Trusted Third-Party Authentication
  • Kerberos
  • X.509 Public Key Infrastructure
  • Pretty Good Privacy Trust Model
  • Authentication in VPNs
  • Gateway-Gateway Authentication
  • Access Control Policy
  • Access Control Rules
  • Access Control Lists
  • Access Control Policy Management
  • Access Control in VPNs

Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and VPNs

  • PKI Architecture
  • Certification
  • Validation
  • Trust Models
  • Digital Certificate Formats
  • X.509 Digital Certificate
  • Certificate Management System
  • Certificate Protocols
  • Certificate Use in VPNs

VPN SOLUTIONS and implementations

  • Assessing Your Environment and Needs
  • Design Methodology
  • Basic Administrative Tasks
  • VPN Project Management
  • Successful VoIP deployments
  • A practical process for managing a VoIP deployment project
  • VPN Gateways.
  • Gateway Configuration and Provisioning
  • VPN Gateway and Firewall
  • VPN Design Issues
  • A VPN Solution Scenario
  • VPN Clients
  • Alternative VPN Clients
  • A Remote Access VPN Scenario

QOS and Performance Issues

  • Factors Affecting Performance
  • QOS Defined
  • TCP Operation
  • Broad Protocol Options
  • Applicability to VPNs
  • Role of the ISP

Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)

  • Evolution of Typical ISP Backbone
  • Attempts at Switching IP Traffic
  • Applicability to VPNs

VPN Network and Service Management

  • Network Management Architecture
  • Network Management Protocols
  • Applicable MIBs and Probes
  • SNMP Issues
  • VPN Service Management.
  • Service Level Agreement.
  • Network Operations Center (NOCs)
  • Redundancy and Load-balancing
  • Integration with Existing Security

Survey of VPN Products and Services

  • Product Categories
  • Vendor Survey
  • Factors in Product Selection
  • Outsourcing Options
  • Future Trends

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