Learning VPN

Learning VPN
Learning VPN
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 0h 54m | 131 MB

Virtual private networks (VPNs) allow remote users to access resources on a protected network via an encrypted connection. While the technology is common, it’s helpful to understand the many protocols and platform-specific options that can be selected to best meet the needs of your organization. This course helps you understand VPN terms and technologies, so you can configure a custom VPN solution. Instructor Scott Simpson covers protocols such as PPTP, L2TP over IPSec, OpenVPN, SSTP, and WireGuard, and shows how to use SSH to secure data traveling between systems. He also shows how to set up and connect to two different VPN servers. Plus, learn about the factors to consider in your own VPN implementation, including mobile access and specialized VPN appliances.

Table of Contents

Introduction
1 What is a VPN
2 How VPN works

VPN Protocols
3 Terms and basics
4 PPTP
5 L2TP over IPSec
6 IKEv2
7 OpenVPN
8 SSTP WireGuard and SoftEther
9 SSH

IKEv2 and WireGuard with Algo
10 Working with IKEv2 and WireGuard VPN with Algo
11 Connecting to Algo from a mobile device

OpenVPN
12 Set up an OpenVPN server
13 Connect to OpenVPN from a mobile device

SSH Forwarding
14 Configuring an SSH server
15 Forwarding an SSH connection
16 Using SSH as a SOCKS proxy

VPN Implementations
17 Appliances and multifunction devices
18 Connecting from a desktop or laptop
19 Connecting from mobile
20 Commercial VPN providers
21 Planning a VPN solution

Conclusion
22 Troubleshooting tips
23 Next steps