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Check Point Next Generation Security Policy Man...
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Kurzinfo: Next Generation Security Policy Management - Lizenzerweiterung - 150 Gateways - Upgrade von 50 Gateways Gruppe Anwendungen Hersteller Check Point Software Hersteller Art. Nr. CPSB-GW-EXT-50 EAN/UPC Produktbeschreibung: Next Generation Security Policy Management - Lizenzerweiterung - 150 Gateways Produkttyp Lizenzerweiterung Kategorie Online- & Appliance-basierte Services - Sicherheitsmanagement Anzahl Lizenzen 150 Gateways Upgrade von Next Generation Security Policy Management 50 Gateways Ausführliche Details Allgemein Kategorie Online- & Appliance-basierte Services - Sicherheitsmanagement Produkttyp Lizenzerweiterung Upgrade von Next Generation Security Policy Management 50 Gateways Lizenzierung Lizenztyp 150 Gateways

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Check Point Next Generation Security Policy Man...
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Kurzinfo: Next Generation Security Policy Management - Lizenz - 5 Gateways Gruppe Anwendungen Hersteller Check Point Software Hersteller Art. Nr. CPSM-NGSM5 EAN/UPC Produktbeschreibung: Next Generation Security Policy Management - Lizenz - 5 Gateways Produkttyp Lizenz Kategorie Online- & Appliance-basierte Services - Sicherheitsmanagement Anzahl Lizenzen 5 Gateways Ausführliche Details Allgemein Kategorie Online- & Appliance-basierte Services - Sicherheitsmanagement Produkttyp Lizenz Lizenzierung Lizenztyp 5 Gateways

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Check Point Next Generation Security Policy Man...
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Kurzinfo: Next Generation Security Policy Management - Lizenz - 5 Gateways Gruppe Anwendungen Hersteller Check Point Software Hersteller Art. Nr. CPSM-NGSM5 EAN/UPC Produktbeschreibung: Next Generation Security Policy Management - Lizenz - 5 Gateways Produkttyp Lizenz Kategorie Online- & Appliance-basierte Services - Sicherheitsmanagement Anzahl Lizenzen 5 Gateways Ausführliche Details Allgemein Kategorie Online- & Appliance-basierte Services - Sicherheitsmanagement Produkttyp Lizenz Lizenzierung Lizenztyp 5 Gateways

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Juniper SRX Series (eBook, PDF)
56,17 € *
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This complete field guide, authorized by Juniper Networks, is the perfect hands-on reference for deploying, configuring, and operating Junipers SRX Series networking device. Authors Brad Woodberg and Rob Cameron provide field-tested best practices for getting the most out of SRX deployments, based on their extensive field experience.While their earlier book, Junos Security, covered the SRX platform, this book focuses on the SRX Series devices themselves. You'll learn how to use SRX gateways to address an array of network requirementsincluding IP routing, intrusion detection, attack mitigation, unified threat management, and WAN acceleration. Along with case studies and troubleshooting tips, each chapter provides study questions and lots of useful illustrations.Explore SRX components, platforms, and various deployment scenariosLearn best practices for configuring SRXs core networking featuresLeverage SRX system services to attain the best operational stateDeploy SRX in transparent mode to act as a Layer 2 bridgeConfigure, troubleshoot, and deploy SRX in a highly available mannerDesign and configure an effective security policy in your networkImplement and configure network address translation (NAT) typesProvide security against deep threats with AppSecure, intrusion protection services, and unified threat management tools

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Juniper SRX Series (eBook, PDF)
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This complete field guide, authorized by Juniper Networks, is the perfect hands-on reference for deploying, configuring, and operating Junipers SRX Series networking device. Authors Brad Woodberg and Rob Cameron provide field-tested best practices for getting the most out of SRX deployments, based on their extensive field experience.While their earlier book, Junos Security, covered the SRX platform, this book focuses on the SRX Series devices themselves. You'll learn how to use SRX gateways to address an array of network requirementsincluding IP routing, intrusion detection, attack mitigation, unified threat management, and WAN acceleration. Along with case studies and troubleshooting tips, each chapter provides study questions and lots of useful illustrations.Explore SRX components, platforms, and various deployment scenariosLearn best practices for configuring SRXs core networking featuresLeverage SRX system services to attain the best operational stateDeploy SRX in transparent mode to act as a Layer 2 bridgeConfigure, troubleshoot, and deploy SRX in a highly available mannerDesign and configure an effective security policy in your networkImplement and configure network address translation (NAT) typesProvide security against deep threats with AppSecure, intrusion protection services, and unified threat management tools

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Practical Voip Using Vocal: Mgcp, H.323, Sip, R...
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While many books describe the theory behind Voice over IP, only Practical VoIP Using VOCAL describes how such a phone system was actually built, and how you too can acquire the source code, install it onto a system, connect phones, and make calls.VOCAL (the Vovida Open Communication Application Library) is an open source software project that provides call control, routing, media, policy, billing information and provisioning on a system that can range from a single box in a lab with a few test phones to a large, multi-host carrier grade network supporting hundreds of thousands of users. VOCAL is freely available from the Cisco Systems-sponsored Vovida.org community web site (www.vovida.org).A Silicon Valley start-up called Vovida Networks, Inc (think of VOice, VIdeo, DAta) created VOCAL and invested over one hundred man years into its development. Since Cisco acquired Vovida in 2000, individuals representing every significant telecom company and service provider in the world have downloaded the source code. Today, more and more people are successfully building VOCAL into professional solutions, while contributing fixes and new functionality back to Vovida.org.Because VOCAL is open source, you can look "under the hood" to the base code and protocol stack levels and discover not only how the system works, but also how common problems are being worked out in the development environment. We're hoping that you will be inspired to take this system to another level by implementing a feature or functionality that no one has thought of before.Written by a team from Vovida Networks, Practical VoIP Using VOCAL includes the following topics:* Installing and configuring VOCAL 1.4.0 onto a single host and onto a multi-host network with phones and gateways * C++, C and Java architecture found within VOCAL* Provisioning a VoIP system* SIP (Session Initiation Protocol), SDP (Session Description Protocol) and RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol) for call control and media* TRIP (Telephony Routing over IP), DNS SRV and ENUM for routing* MGCP (Media Gateway Control Protocol) and H.323 for call control and translation into SIP* COPS (Common Open Policy Service), OSP (Open Settlement Protocol) and RSVP (Reservation Protocol) for policy and Quality of Service* RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial In User Service) for interfacing with billing servers * SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)If you're interested in VoIP, this is the only book available that focuses on the real issues facing programmers and administrators who need to work with these technologies.While many books describe the theory behind Voice over IP, only Practical VoIP Using VOCAL describes how such a phone system was actually built, and how you too can acquire the source code, install it onto a system, connect phones, and make calls. VOCAL (the Vovida Open Communication Application Library) is an open source software project that provides call control, routing, media, policy, billing information and provisioning on a system that can range from a single box in a lab with a few test phones to a large, multi-host carrier grade network supporting hundreds of thousands of users. VOCAL is freely available from the Cisco Systems-sponsored Vovida.org community web site (www.vovida.org).A Silicon Valley start-up called Vovida Networks, Inc (think of VOice, VIdeo, DAta) created VOCAL and invested over one hundred man years into its development. Since Cisco acquired Vovida in 2000, individuals representing every significant telecom company and service provider in the world have downloaded the source code. Today, more and more people are successfully building VOCAL into professional solutions, while contributing fixes and new functionality back to Vovida.org. Because VOCAL is open source, you can look "under the hood" to the base code and protocol stack levels and discover not only how the system works, but also how common problems are being worked out in the development environment. We're hoping that you will be inspired to take this system to another level by implementing a feature or functionality that no one has thought of before. Written by a team from Vovida Networks, Practical VoIP Using VOCAL includes the following topics: Installing and configuring VOCAL 1.4.0 onto a single host and onto a multi-host network with phones and gateways C++, C and Java architecture found within VOCAL Provisioning a VoIP system SIP (Session Initiation Protocol), SDP (Session Description Protocol) and RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol) for call control and media TRIP (Telephony Routing over IP), DNS SRV and ENUM for routing MGCP (Media Gateway Control Protocol) and H.323 for call control and translation into SIP COPS (Common Open Policy Service), OSP (Open Settlement Protocol) and RSVP (Reservation Protocol) for policy and Quality of Service RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial In User Service) for interfacing with billing servers SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) If you're interested in VoIP, this is the only book available that focuses on the real issues facing programmers and administrators who need to work with these technologies.

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Practical Voip Using Vocal: Mgcp, H.323, Sip, R...
49,24 € *
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While many books describe the theory behind Voice over IP, only Practical VoIP Using VOCAL describes how such a phone system was actually built, and how you too can acquire the source code, install it onto a system, connect phones, and make calls.VOCAL (the Vovida Open Communication Application Library) is an open source software project that provides call control, routing, media, policy, billing information and provisioning on a system that can range from a single box in a lab with a few test phones to a large, multi-host carrier grade network supporting hundreds of thousands of users. VOCAL is freely available from the Cisco Systems-sponsored Vovida.org community web site (www.vovida.org).A Silicon Valley start-up called Vovida Networks, Inc (think of VOice, VIdeo, DAta) created VOCAL and invested over one hundred man years into its development. Since Cisco acquired Vovida in 2000, individuals representing every significant telecom company and service provider in the world have downloaded the source code. Today, more and more people are successfully building VOCAL into professional solutions, while contributing fixes and new functionality back to Vovida.org.Because VOCAL is open source, you can look "under the hood" to the base code and protocol stack levels and discover not only how the system works, but also how common problems are being worked out in the development environment. We're hoping that you will be inspired to take this system to another level by implementing a feature or functionality that no one has thought of before.Written by a team from Vovida Networks, Practical VoIP Using VOCAL includes the following topics:* Installing and configuring VOCAL 1.4.0 onto a single host and onto a multi-host network with phones and gateways * C++, C and Java architecture found within VOCAL* Provisioning a VoIP system* SIP (Session Initiation Protocol), SDP (Session Description Protocol) and RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol) for call control and media* TRIP (Telephony Routing over IP), DNS SRV and ENUM for routing* MGCP (Media Gateway Control Protocol) and H.323 for call control and translation into SIP* COPS (Common Open Policy Service), OSP (Open Settlement Protocol) and RSVP (Reservation Protocol) for policy and Quality of Service* RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial In User Service) for interfacing with billing servers * SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)If you're interested in VoIP, this is the only book available that focuses on the real issues facing programmers and administrators who need to work with these technologies.While many books describe the theory behind Voice over IP, only Practical VoIP Using VOCAL describes how such a phone system was actually built, and how you too can acquire the source code, install it onto a system, connect phones, and make calls. VOCAL (the Vovida Open Communication Application Library) is an open source software project that provides call control, routing, media, policy, billing information and provisioning on a system that can range from a single box in a lab with a few test phones to a large, multi-host carrier grade network supporting hundreds of thousands of users. VOCAL is freely available from the Cisco Systems-sponsored Vovida.org community web site (www.vovida.org).A Silicon Valley start-up called Vovida Networks, Inc (think of VOice, VIdeo, DAta) created VOCAL and invested over one hundred man years into its development. Since Cisco acquired Vovida in 2000, individuals representing every significant telecom company and service provider in the world have downloaded the source code. Today, more and more people are successfully building VOCAL into professional solutions, while contributing fixes and new functionality back to Vovida.org. Because VOCAL is open source, you can look "under the hood" to the base code and protocol stack levels and discover not only how the system works, but also how common problems are being worked out in the development environment. We're hoping that you will be inspired to take this system to another level by implementing a feature or functionality that no one has thought of before. Written by a team from Vovida Networks, Practical VoIP Using VOCAL includes the following topics: Installing and configuring VOCAL 1.4.0 onto a single host and onto a multi-host network with phones and gateways C++, C and Java architecture found within VOCAL Provisioning a VoIP system SIP (Session Initiation Protocol), SDP (Session Description Protocol) and RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol) for call control and media TRIP (Telephony Routing over IP), DNS SRV and ENUM for routing MGCP (Media Gateway Control Protocol) and H.323 for call control and translation into SIP COPS (Common Open Policy Service), OSP (Open Settlement Protocol) and RSVP (Reservation Protocol) for policy and Quality of Service RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial In User Service) for interfacing with billing servers SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) If you're interested in VoIP, this is the only book available that focuses on the real issues facing programmers and administrators who need to work with these technologies.

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Personal Networking Environments
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In this doctoral thesis, the author investigates method and strategies for efficient routing and mobility management in personal environments. The concept of Personal Ubiquitous Environments(PUE) is introduced which accommodates heterogeneous devices and access networks of different users and sustain the notion of sharing resources in a distributed manner. A prerequisite for achieving the resource (devices, networks) sharing in personal environments is the deployment of suitable communication protocols which establish efficient multi-hop routes betweens the devices of the PUE. Personal Network Routing Protocol (PNRP) has been developed to perform policy-based routing in personal environments. Moreover, in certain personal networking scenarios, the infrastructure network components (i.e. gateways) are more than one-hop distance from the user's devices, Adaptive Distributed gateway Discovery (ADD) protocol is thereby proposed to efficiently discover the multi-hop routes towards the gateway in a totally distributed manner. Finally, an efficient mobility management architecture is also proposed which offers unified location management and seamless handover experience to personal nodes.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Dynamic Negotiation of Security Protocols in Di...
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Nowadays, recent technological innovations in low-power, low-cost communication miniature computing devices and sensors, make it possible to use them in an increasingly wide range of objects. Furthermore, their communication capabilities make it possible to build Networked Embedded Systems (NES) in which devices collaborate with each other and exhibit autonomous and coordinated behavior. Security, is a crucial requirement for an increasing number of embedded systems, ranging from low-end systems such as PDAs and networked sensors to high-end systems such as routers, gateways and storage servers. Technological growth, that spurred the development of these electronic types of systems, also ushered in the growth of adversary powers and sophistication in making attacks to those systems. In this work SecCom component has been implemented, it provides the secure communication service according to the application security policy. A security policy defines the sets of protocols that have to be applied in order to protect the communication among components in different physical devices. SecCom could negotiate the secure communication protocol as well as the cryptographic algorithms.

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