REMOTE ACCESS SOLUTION IN WINDOWS SERVER ENVIRONMENT - Coggle Diagram
REMOTE ACCESS SOLUTION IN WINDOWS SERVER ENVIRONMENT
Virtual Private Network
1) Site to Site
is a connection between two or more networks, such as a corporate network and a branch office network
organizations use site-to-site VPNs to leverage an internet connection for private traffic as an alternative to using private MPLS circuits.
site-to-site VPNs are frequently used by companies with multiple offices in different geographic locations that need to access and use the corporate network on an ongoing basis.
2) Remote Access
is enables users who are working remotely to securely access and use applications and data that reside in the corporate data center and headquarters, encrypting all traffic that users send and receive.
does this by creating a tunnel between an organizations network and a remote user that is "virtually private"
ROUTING INFORMATION PROTOCOL
is a distance-vector routing protocol.
routers running the distance-vector protocol send all or a portion of their routing tables in routing-update messages to their neighbors.
use RIP to configure the hosts as part of a RIP network.
this type of routing requires little maintenance and also automatically reconfigures routing tables when network changes or network communications stops.
NETWORK ADDRESS TRANSLATION
is a method of mapping an IP address space into another by modifying network address information in the IP header of packets while they are in transit across a traffic routing device.
the technique was originally used to avoid the need to assign a new address to every host when a network was moved
NETWORK POLICY SERVER
allow to create and enforce organization-wide network access policies for connection request authentication and authorization.
configure NPS as a remote authentication dial in user service (RADIUS) proxy to forward connection requests to a remote NPS or other RADIUS server so it can load balance connection requests and forward them to the correct domain for authentication and authorization.