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Securing TCP/IP Solution - Quiz

Each question is worth one point. Select the best answer or answers for each question.

1. You would like to use IPSec to connect a laptop computer via RAS to the corporate network. Which peer authentication mechanism would you use to establish the secure connection?
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. Digital certificates
  B. Pre-shared keys
  C. Kerberos
  D. Secure Sockets Layer

2. You would like to have all communications with your file servers encrypted via IPSec, but not all the machines on your network support IPSec at the present time. You intend to upgrade all the computers on the network to Windows 2000 in the future. How might you configure your IPSec policy on the file server until the upgrade is complete?
Please select the best answer.
  A. Client (Respond Only)
  B. Server (Request Security)
  C. Secure Server (Require Security)
  D. Datacenter Server (Top Security)

3. Your network uses NAT for your private network. You would like to use IPSec in transport mode in order to provide end-to-end protection of your data as it moves through the network and across the Internet. However, you find that you are getting failed transmissions and data error after you enable IPSec on the network clients behind the NAT. What can you do to insure that your data is secured by IPSec before leaving your internal network?
Please select the best answer.
  A. Enabled IPSec transport mode with the NAT option enabled
  B. Install an NAT editor that is aware of IPSec
  C. Create an L2TP/IPSec tunnel
  D. Use the IPSec/NAT wizard to condition the line