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Authors: Naganand Doraswamy and Dan Harkins
"Whether you are a networking or Web professional, software developer, or security specialist, you must understand IPSec?and with this book, you will." Implementing IPSec: Making Security Work on VPNs, Intranets, and Extranets
Authors: Elizabeth Kaufman and Andrew Newman
"We've combined the talents of an expert security designer from Cisco Systems -- the worldwide leader in networking which has come out with one of the first IPSecurity commercial products -- with a senior network analyst, a practitioner who is helping to run Yale University's network and has designed and implemented security systems [to create this book]." A Technical Guide to IPSec Virtual Private Networks
Author: James S. Tiller
"A Technical Guide to IPSec Virtual Private Networks provides a single point of information that represents hundreds or resources and years of experience with IPSec VPN solutions. It cuts through the complexity surrounding IPSec and the idiosyncrasies of design, implementation, operations, and security. MPLS and VPN Architectures
Authors: Jim Guichard and Ivan Pepelnjak
"This book provides an in-depth study of MPLS technology, including MPLS theory and configuration, network design issues, and case studies. The MPLS/VPN architecture and all of its mechanisms are explained with configuration examples and suggested deployment guidelines." Implementing Cisco VPNs
Author: Adam Quiggle
"This hands-on book offers complete and detailed information for understanding and implementing Cisco-based VPN technology. Each chapter is organized in the same easy-to-follow format: a technology overview, IOS version specific commands, and finally multiple case studies outlining effective use of this technology." Windows 2000 Virtual Private Networking
Author: Thaddeus Fortenberry
"The way you implement VPNs in Windows 2000 is different than any other operating system. Windows 2000 Virtual Private Networking will cover all aspects of both the tunnel clients."