IPSec – Internet Protocol Security Training

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Course Name
IPSec – Internet Protocol Security Training

Course Overview
This course on IPSec Internet Protocol Security training is designed for people who work on development, testing and verification of IPSec protocol. Participants will learn the internals of IPSec protocol that helps them with a much better understanding of their current IPSec work.

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Target Audience

  • Professionals and Students who are working in Storage/Networking/IT Domain
  • Developers, Testers/QA and Verification Engineers who are working on or keen to know Internet Protocol Securityik,pl’

Fee, Schedule & Registration
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IPSec – Internet Protocol Security Training Course Outline

System Overview
What IPsec Does
How IPsec Works
Where IPsec Can Be Implemented
Security Associations
Definition and Scope
SA Functionality
Combining SAs
Major IPsec Databases
– The Security Policy Database (SPD)
– Selectors
– Structure of an SPD Entry
– More Regarding Fields Associated with Next Layer Protocols
– Security Association Database (SAD)
– Data Items in the SAD
– Relationship between SPD, PFP flag, packet, and SAD
– Peer Authorization Database (PAD)
– IKE Peer Authentication Data
– Child SA Authorization Data
– How the PAD Is Used
SA and Key Management
– Manual Techniques
– Automated SA and Key Management
– Locating a Security Gateway
SAs and Multicast
IP Traffic Processing
Outbound IP Traffic Processing (protected-to-unprotected)
– Handling an Outbound Packet That Must Be Discarded
– Header Construction for Tunnel Mode
– IPv4: Header Construction for Tunnel Mode
– IPv6: Header Construction for Tunnel Mode
Processing Inbound IP Traffic (unprotected-to-protected)
ICMP Processing
Processing ICMP Error Messages Directed to an IPsec Implementation
– ICMP Error Messages Received on the Unprotected Side of the Boundary
– ICMP Error Messages Received on the Protected Side of the Boundary
Processing Protected, Transit ICMP Error Messages
Handling Fragments (on the protected side of the IPsec boundary)
Tunnel Mode SAs that Carry Initial and Non-Initial Fragments
Separate Tunnel Mode SAs for Non-Initial Fragments
Stateful Fragment Checking
BYPASS/DISCARD Traffic
Path MTU/DF Processing
DF Bit
Path MTU (PMTU) Discovery
– Propagation of PMTU
– PMTU Aging
Auditing
Security Considerations

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Manish Bhojasia, a technology veteran with 20+ years @ Cisco & Wipro, is Founder and CTO at Sanfoundry. He is Linux Kernel Developer & SAN Architect and is passionate about competency developments in these areas. He lives in Bangalore and delivers focused training sessions to IT professionals in Linux Kernel, Linux Debugging, Linux Device Drivers, Linux Networking, Linux Storage, Advanced C Programming, SAN Storage Technologies, SCSI Internals & Storage Protocols such as iSCSI & Fiber Channel. Stay connected with him @ LinkedIn