Join Mike Meyers for an in-depth discussion in this video Cryptographic tunnels with SSH, part of CompTIA Network+ (N10-006) Cert Prep: 4 Making TCP/IP Work.
- We hear the word tunneling a lot…in the networking world.…Tunneling is a very, very cool thing,…but it's not the easiest thing…for you to wrap your mind around,…so I wanna take a moment…and talk about conceptually…what tunneling is.…Now I'm the type of person who likes…to access my home computer from the office,…and I use a program called VNC.…Now VNC is a remote desktop program.…It's been around for a long time.…It's free.…It runs on all these different operating systems.…I've just gotten used to it and I like it.…
So VNC works well.…In order for me to use VNC,…I have to, well on my home machine…I'll put a VNC server and have it running,…and then on whatever machine…I wanna access my server from,…I run a VNC client.…I make the connection like this,…and I can just be typing away on this,…and it's as though I were literally sitting…at my home computer.…The downside to all this is that,…well, VNC is unencrypted,…so anybody can intercept this data…going back and forth between my computers…and see what I'm doing.…
So I'm not happy about that.…
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