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ScreenOS Cookbook

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ISBN-10: 0596510039

ISBN-13: 9780596510039

Edition: 2007

Authors: Stefan Brunner, Vik Davar, Joe Kelly, Ken Draper, David Delcourt

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Written by key members of Juniper Network's ScreenOS development team, this one-of-a-kind Cookbook helps you troubleshoot secure networks that run ScreenOS firewall appliances. Scores of recipes address a wide range of security issues, provide step-by-step solutions, and include discussions of why the recipes work, so you can easily set up and keep ScreenOS systems on track. ScreenOS Cookbook gives you real-world fixes, techniques, and configurations that save time -- not hypothetical situations out of a textbook. The book comes directly from the experience of engineers who have seen and fixed every conceivable ScreenOS network topology, from small branch office firewalls to appliances…    
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Book details

List price: $54.99
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/7/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 838
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

Stefan Brunner has been a technology consultant for more than 15years, helping enterprises to leverage technology for their businessmodel and deploy technology solutions. Stefan is the lead architectin Juniper Networks' Service Layer Technology Professional Servicesgroup. Prior to Juniper, Stefan worked with NetScreen Technologies asa network security consultant. Stefan holds an MBA in innovationsresearch and technology management from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universityof Munich, and a certificate degree in telecommunications engineeringfrom the University of California at Berkeley. He lives with his wifeand daughter in the Hill Country of Austin, Texas.

ScreenOS Cookbook�
Credits
Glossary
Preface
Audience Assumptions
This Book Makes Conventions Used in This Book
Using Code Examples Safari-� Books
Online Comments and Questions
Acknowledgments
ScreenOS CLI, Architecture, and Troubleshooting
Introduction
ScreenOS Architecture
Troubleshoot ScreenOS
Firewall Configuration and Management
Introduction
Use TFTP to Transfer Information to and from the Firewall
Use SCP to Securely Transfer Information to and from the Firewall
Use the Dedicated MGT Interface to Manage the Firewall
Control Access to the Firewall
Manage Multiple ScreenOS Images for Remotely Managed Firewalls
Manage the USB Port on SSG
Wireless
Introduction
Use MAC Filtering
Configure the WEP Shared Key
Configure the WPA Preshared Key
Configure WPA Using 802.1x with IAS and Microsoft Active Directory
Configure WPA with the Steel-Belted Radius Server and Odyssey Access Client
Separate Wireless Access for Corporate and Guest Users
Configure Bridge Groups for Wired and Wireless Networks
Route Mode and Static Routing
Introduction
View the Routing Table on the Firewall
View Routes for a Particular Prefix
View Routes in the Source-Based Routing Table
View Routes in the Source Interface-Based Routing Table
Create Blackhole Routes
Create ECMP Routing
Create Static Routes for Gateway Tracking
Export Filtered Routes to Other Virtual Routers
Change the Route Lookup Preference
Create Permanent Static Routes
Transparent Mode
Introduction
Enable Transparent Mode with Two Interfaces
Enable Transparent Mode with Multiple Interfaces
Configure a VLAN Trunk
Configure Retagging
Configure Bridge Groups
Manipulate the Layer 2 Forwarding Table
Configure the Management Interface in Transparent Mode
Configure the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
Enable Compatibility with HSRP and VRRP Routers
Configure VPNs in Transparent Mode
Configure VSYS with Transparent Mode
Leveraging IP Services in ScreenOS
Intro ction
Set the Time on the Firewall
Set the Clock with NTP
Check NTP Status
Configure the Device's Name Service
View DNS Entries on a Device
Use Static DNS to Provide a Common Policy for Multiple Devices
Configure the DNS Proxy for Split DNS
Use DDNS on the Firewall for VPN Creation
Configure the Firewall As a DHCP Cl