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    Cisco Press – Troubleshooting Virtual Private Networks (VPN)

    By Raiy Wong | February 5, 2010

    Master advanced troubleshooting techniques for IPSec, MPLS Layer-3, MPLS Layer-2 (AToM), L2TPv3, L2TPv2, PPTP, and L2F VPNs

    Troubleshooting Virtual Private Networks presents a systematic troubleshooting methodology for network engineers, administrators, and architects tasked with managing and deploying Cisco IOS VPNs. With eight self-contained chapters designed to facilitate rapid and straightforward troubleshooting, this book provides detailed information on addressing all common and not-so-common issues with IPSec VPNs, MPLS Layer-3 VPNs, Any Transport over MPLS (AToM)-based Layer-2 VPNs, L2TP Version 3 (L2TPv3)-based Layer-2 VPNs, L2TP Version 2 (L2TPv2) VPNs, PPTP VPNs, and L2F VPNs. This book not only shows you how to correct problems but also how to avoid them in the first place with expert VPN configuration guidance and optimization tips.

    Each chapter in Troubleshooting Virtual Private Networks includes a step-by-step, end-to-end troubleshooting approach to a different VPN technology. In-depth technical discussions and configuration reviews orient you to the VPN technology and get you ready to work. To help you access the answers you need, you’ll find flowcharts in each chapter that provide a roadmap for rapid issue resolution. Solutions to complex or unusual issues can be found in case studies at the end of each chapter, along with review questions that test your knowledge. Bonus troubleshooting labs are also included to help you consolidate the skills learned throughout the book.

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