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IP Mobility Support for Virtual Private Networks

Tesi di Laurea

Facoltà: Ingegneria

Autore: Francesco Trotta Contatta »

Composta da 152 pagine.

 

Questa tesi ha raggiunto 1253 click dal 20/03/2004.

 

Consultata integralmente 4 volte.

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Acronyms<br/> <br><b>1 Introduction </b><br/> <br><b>2 Technologies </b><br/> 2.1 Terminology <br/> 2.1.1 Incoming and outgoing sessions <br/> 2.1.2 Tunnelling <br/> 2.2 Network Address Translation <br/> 2.2.1 How it works <br/> 2.2.2 Basic functionalities <br/> 2.2.3 Application Level Gateway <br/> 2.2.4 NAT flavors <br/> 2.2.5 NAT limitations <br/> 2.2.6 Security consideration <br/> 2.3 Mobile IP <br/> 2.3.1 How it works <br/> 2.3.2 Reverse tunnelling <br/> 2.3.3 Security <br/> 2.3.4 Mobility support for IPv6 <br/> 2.3.5 UDP tunnelling for Mobile IP <br/> 2.4 IPsec <br/> 2.4.1 Security Association <br/> 2.4.2 How it works <br/> 2.4.3 Internet Key Exchange <br/> 2.4.4 IPv6 considerations <br/> </b>2.5 L2TP <br/> 2.5.1 Securing L2TP using IPsec <br/> 2.6 Firewalls <br/> 2.6.1 Firewall components <br/> 2.6.2 Main configurations <br/> 2.7 Virtual Private Networks <br/> <br><b>3 Problem statement and solution </b><br/> 3.1 Purpose of this work <br/> 3.2 IPsec and Mobile IP <br/> 3.2.1 Mobile IP over IPsec (Bad) <br/> 3.2.2 IPsec over Mobile IP (Good) <br/> 3.3 Network topologies ;...<br/> 3.3.1 HA outside the VPN domain <br/> 3.3.2 HA inside the VPN domain <br/> 3.3.3 HA in parallel with VPN-GW , <br/> 3.4 Existing solutions <br/> 3.4.1 Secure and Mobile Networking <br/> 3.4.2 Secure Mobile IP Communication <br/> 3.4.3 Mobile IP Proxy <br/> 3.5 Proposed solution: Mo VPN <br/> 3.5.1 Functioning <br/> 3.5.2 Security consideration <br/> 3.5.3 Further considerations <br/> 3.5.4 IP version6 <br/> 3.5.5 L2TP-based VPN <br/> 3.6 Features and comparison <br/> <br><b>4 Implementation and results </b><br/> 4.1 Testbed <br/> 4.1.1 Dynamics <br/> 4.1.2 FreeS/WAN <br/> 4.1.3 Incompatibilities <br/> 4.2 Packetfiow <br/> 4.3 Results <br/> 4.3.1 Information on FreeS/WAN <br/> 4.3.2 Statistics on traffic <br/> 4.3.3 Improving performance. <br/> <br><b>5 Conclusions </b><br/> 5.1 Future developments <br/> <br><b>Bibliography </b><br/> <br><b>A FreeS /WAN configuration </b><br/> A.1 First: Try if all is correctly installed <br/> A.2 Virtual IPsec devices <br/> A.3 Minima1 firewall requirements <br/> A.3.1 Using SuSEfirewall2 <br/> A.4 Configuration file <br/> A.5 The connection definition <br/> A.6 Gateway to gateway connection <br/> A.6.1 Communication between the gateways <br/> A.7 Testing with manual keying <br/> A.8 Gateway to host (roadwarrior) connection <br/> A.8.1 Virtual IP for the roadwarrior <br/> A.9 Gateway to gateway with automatic keying <br/> A.10 Gateway to gateway with manual keying <br/> <br><b>B Automated results files </b><br/> B.1 pktsize <br/> B.2 autores <br/> B.3 deterministic.test <br/> <br><b>C Configuration files </b><br/> C.1 Host1 - Foreign Agent <br/> C.1.1 /etc/dynfad.conf <br/> C.2 Host3-VPNGateway <br/> C.2.1 /etc/ipsec.conf -Manua1 connection <br/> C.2.2 /etc/ipsec.conf -RSA keys <br/> C.2.3 /etc/ipsec.conf -X.509 certificates <br/> C.2.4 /etc/ipsec.secrets <br/> C.3 Host4-HomeAgent <br/> C.3.1/etc/dynhad.conf <br/> C.4 Host5-Screeningrouter , <br/> C.4.1 /root/screening.router <br/> C.4.2 /etc/iproute2/rt-tables <br/> C.5 Host7-MobileNode <br/> C.5.1/etc/dynmnd.conf <br/> C.5.2 /etc/ipsec.conf -Manua1 connection <br/> C.5.3 /etc/ipsec.conf -RSA keys <br/> C.5.4 /etc/ipsec.conf -X.509 certificates <br/> C.5.5 /etc/ipsec.secrets <br/> C.5.6 /etc/ipsec.secrets <br/> <br><b>D Enclosed cdrom</b><br/>

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