DHCP - TCPIP
Secure Proxy Server
Internet Proxy Server
Network Address Translation
Selecting NAT Server
Securing NAT Solution
Packet Filtering Disadvantages
Restricting Internet Traffic
Enhancing NAT Security
Microsoft Proxy Server
Proxy Server Features
Proxy Server Conclusion
Securing Proxy Server
Packet Filtering Firewall
Proxy Server Design
Enhancing Outbound Availability
Restricting Outbound Traffic with Domain Filters - Exercise
Match the criteria to the domain filters.
This is a Java applet
This exercise asks you to enter a series of terms that are required for configuring a secure proxy server. column. Cllick the
to continue with the course. You will receive full credit for this exercise.
This exercise provides you an opportunity to practice what you learned in the previous lesson. You will be presented with a troubleshooting scenario, but unlike Problem Solver exercises Instead, work offline in Notepad® or Microsoft Word®. When you have completed your solution, click the
button to compare your results.
In the left column below are three criteria that will determine your use of domain filters; the right column lists the means by which you will specify those criteria . Click once on a term in the left column, then click once on the appropriate action in the right column to make a match.
When you think you have all of the criteria and corresponding activities matched correctly, click the Done button and you'll see whether or not you've matched the terms correctly--green lines mean the match is correct, red lines mean the match is incorrect. If you didn't get the matches right the first time, click Clear to erase your matches and try again.
A group of computers
A specific computer on the Internet
A specific domain
Use the IP address of the computer.
Use an IP address and subnet mask to specify the range of IP addresses.
Specify the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) for the domain.