Hardening Cisco Routers

Hardening Cisco Routers
Publisher: O'Reilly Media | ISBN: 0596001665 | edition 2002 | File type: PDF | 191 pages | 12,5 mb

To harden a router is to render it more heavily defended and more difficult to attack. Because routers (by definition) serve as points of entry into your network, it makes sense to devote extra effort to their security. Hardening Cisco Routers shows how to make adjustments to the configurations of routers from Cisco Systems to improve their resistance to attack, particularly external attack. This is essentially a book of specialized Internetwork Operating System (IOS) commands, as well as explanations of their behavior. It'll appeal to the router administratoremployed either by an organization's internal network staff, an outside consultancy, or a service providerwho wants to know which IOS commands he or she should add to routers' configuration files to tighten their security without a lot of hassle.

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