Join Timothy Pintello for an in-depth discussion in this video Configure VPN settings, part of Windows Server 2012 R2: Configure Advanced Network Services.
- Next, I'd like to look at VPN.…VPN stands for Virtual Private Network…and it can be configured…in the Routing and Remote Access console.…There are a number of different protocols…that you can use when you're setting up and using VPN.…One protocol that VPN uses is Point-to-Point…Tunneling Protocol or PPTP.…This protocol uses TCP…which is Transmission Control Protocol and port 1723.…
It can also use the GRE protocol,…the Generic Encapsulation Payload protocol and port 47…for encapsulating the VPN packets.…This protocol has a low priority security though.…However, while the security is low on this protocol…it is widely available across virtually all platforms.…Another VPN protocol is a Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol…or L2 Tunneling Protocol.…The L2 Tunneling Protocol uses UDP,…User Datagram Protocol, and ports 500,…4500, and 1701.…
It also uses the ESP protocol,…Encapsulating Security Payload and port 50…in order to encapsulate the VPN packets.…This particular protocol has a high security value.…Also, for encryption and things like that…
This Windows training course helps you study for the exams while learning advanced server administration techniques. Professor Timothy Pintello covers all of the core exam topics, including DHCPv6, primary and secondary DNS zone configuration, working with different DNS resource record types, VPN routing, certificates for direct access, IPAM admin delegation, and more.
- Implementing advanced DHCP solutions
- Configuring DNS zones
- Configuring DNS records
- Implementing advanced DNS solutions
- Configuring VPN and routing
- Configuring direct access
- Deploying and managing IPAM
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Implement an Advanced Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Solution
2. Configure DNS Zones
3. Configure DNS Records
4. Configure DNS Record Options
5. Implement an Advanced DNS Solution
6. Configure Virtual Private Network (VPN) and Routing
8. Deploy and Manage IP Address Management (IPAM)
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