DHCP - TCPIP
Secure Proxy Server
Internet Proxy Server
Network Address Translation
Selecting NAT Server
Securing NAT Solution
Packet Filtering Disadvantages
Restricting Internet Traffic
Enhancing NAT Security
Microsoft Proxy Server
Proxy Server Features
Proxy Server Conclusion
Securing Proxy Server
Packet Filtering Firewall
Create Proxy Server - Exercise
Securing Proxy Server solution
Provide Proxy Server recommendations for preventing security breaches.
This exercise provides you an opportunity to practice what you learned in the previous lesson. You will be presented with a troubleshooting scenario, but unlike Problem Solver exercises work offline in Notepad or Microsoft Word®. When you have completed your solution, click the
button to compare your results.
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The following scenario describes the requirements for enhancing the Proxy Server design of a legal firm.
Six months after the initial installation, the legal firm has completed the conversion of the Edmonton branch office to a TCP/IP-based network. The Edmonton branch is connected to the Montreal central office through the Calgary branch office.
You have been hired to evaluate the current network for the legal firm. After your evaluation, you reach the conclusion that the connections between locations are saturated
Since the initial deployment, the legal firm has experienced several security breaches from Internet-based users. What recommendations would you make for preventing future security breaches?