DHCP - TCPIP
Networking Services Design
Design Network Foundation
Network Services Components
Designing Remote Access Connectivity
Remote Access Services
Creating Networking Services
translating Organizational Goals
Networking Services Conclusion
TCP/IP Protocol Suite
Design Functional TCP/IP Solution
IP Addressing Review
IP/Address Subnet Requirements
Class C network
Protect IP Traffic Filters
Protect Data with Ipsec
Ipsec Protection Levels
IPsec Internet Key Exchange
TCP/IP Security Configuration
Optimize Subnet Designs
IP Network Performance
Enhancing Performance QOS
DHCP Solution Design
DHCP Configuration Features
IPSec Protection Levels - Exercise
Problem Solver: troubleshoot IPSec protection
Troubleshoot IPSec implementation on domain controllers.
This Problem Solver exercise is worth a total of 10 points. Once you have completed your solution, you will submit it to a tutor.
After upgrading your domain controllers to Windows 2000, you have decided to implement IPSec on these machines to increase the security of network communications arriving and leaving these machines. You are still in the process of a network upgrade, and not all machines have been upgraded. There are still a good number of Windows 9x and Windows NT® 4.0 Workstation machines on the network.
After implementing IPSec on the domain controllers, you begin receiving calls from users who claim they cannot access resources on the domain controllers, and some users who cannot even log on to the domain controllers. Some of the error messages include statements such as "A domain controller for your domain cannot be contacted."
Answer the following questions:
Why are the users having problems accessing resource and logging on to the domain controllers that are protected by IPSec?
What would you do to correct the situation?
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