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Configuring NetScreen Firewalls

by: Rob Cameron

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Publisher: SYNGRESS,15.12.2004

Category: Security Level:

ISBN: 1932266399
ISBN13: 9781932266399

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Configuring NetScreen Firewalls covers all of the aspects of Juniper's NetScreen product line, from devices to Enterprise NetScreen firewalls. Coverage includes basic policy creation and administration, advanced troubleshooting techniques, the NetScreen Security Manager and VPN configuration. In addition, this book covers both the WebUI and the command line interface of NetScreen ScreenOS 5.0. as well as the NetScreen Security Manager (NSM). As a special bonus, Juniper Networks provides detailed coverage of the new features and enhancements included with ScreenOS 5.1.0.


              Select NetScreen Management Options
Decide whether the WebUI or the Command Line Interface (CMI) is right for your enterprise.


              Configure Transparent Mode
Switching from layer 3 to layer 2 means moving the interfaces into the layer 2 zones.


              Monitor NetScreen Devices
NetScreen firewalls support Syslog, SNMP, Webtrends, and e-mail in addition to NSM.


              Build a Troubleshooting Toolbox
Master the use of commands such as ping, traceroute, get, and debug along with sniffers such as Snoop.


              Optimize NetScreen Redundancy Protocol Usage
Use redundant hardware to transfer firewall functionality as needed.


              Avoid Naming Convention Errors
Decide upon a naming convention for your organization.


              Configure SCREEN Settings
Deploy SCREEN to inspect traffic when the stream is read from the interface off the wire, not as it passes through the NetScreen.


              Support External Authentication Servers
Allow RADIUS, SecurID, and LDAP to help NetScreen perform authentication and authorization.


              Incorporate NAT functionality
Understand key NAT features from early ScreenOS to ScreenOS 5.0.