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CompTIA Network+ by Mike Meyers

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CHAPTER 11Securing TCP/IP

The CompTIA Network+ certification exam expects you to know how to

• 1.1 Explain the function of common networking protocols (such as HTTPS and SSH)

• 6.3 Explain the methods of network access security (such as ACL, tunneling, and encryption)

• 6.4 Explain methods of user authentication (such as PKI, Kerberos, AAA, 802.1x, CHAP, MS-CHAP, and EAP)

• 6.5 Explain issues that affect device security (such as physical security, restricting local and remote access, and secure versus unsecure methods)

To achieve these goals, you must be able to

• Discuss the standard methods for securing TCP/IP networks

• Compare TCP/IP security standards

• Implement secure TCP/IP applications

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