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Objective 4.2
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Manage Remote Access
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For this objective, you need to be able to configure as a router a server running Windows Server 2003, and to know how to use several such routers to connect a subnetted network infrastructure. The security of such an infrastructure depends on, among other factors, correctly configured packet filters that determine the type of traffic that is allowed to pass both into and out of a router. You can configure packet filters per interface. You can also configure them either to pass all traffic except that specified by the filter conditions, or to pass only the traffic that the filter conditions specify. You must know the difference between input (or inbound) and output (or outbound) filters. You need to know how to add, configure, modify, and delete a packet filter. You should know how to add local host filters, and know the various types of filters that can be added. You also need to know how to add PPTP filters and L2TP over IPSec filters. The task of managing routers is largely concerned with configuring interfaces. You need to know how to add a routing and a demand-dial interface, how to configure demand-dial filters and set dial-out hours, and how to configure both the calling router and the answering router for certificate-based EAP authentication or preshared key authentication. You also need to know how to delete an interface. In addition, you need to know how to enable routing on ports and configure devices, and how to add PPTP and L2TP devices. Both this domain and the next one require that you know how to add and delete a routing protocol, and how to configure pref erence levels. More and more organizations are implementing private IP addressing schemes. Because of this trend, routers are frequently configured to provide the NAT service. The current examination syllabus does not specifically mention NAT, but questions on NAT configuration could be asked in this objective. This objective leans toward the practical. Nevertheless, you should look into its aspects in more depth than is provided merely by the How to sections of the help file. Being able to perform a task is of no enduring worth unless you know why you are doing it.
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Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Routing And Remote Access (4.0)
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Objective 4.2 Questions 1.
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ServerA is a server running Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition, configured as a router. InterfaceA has an IP address of 10.10.1.1. You want to specify that only Hypertext Transport Protocol (HTTP) traffic on TCP port 80, and Secure Hypertext Transport Protocol (HTTPS) traffic on TCP port 443 will be allowed into the router through that interface. You configure two inbound packet filters on Interface A, as shown in the fol lowing figure.
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You suspect that other network traffic is not being filtered and confirm this hunch by using Network Monitor. How do you ensure that only TCP port 80 and TCP port 443 traffic enters InterfaceA A. Configure two outbound packet filters to permit traffic only from TCP ports 80 and 443 on the interface. B. Specify UDP ports 80 and 443. C. On the InterfaceA LAN interface on ServerA, configure TCP/IP properties, enable TCP/IP filtering, and permit only TCP ports 80 and 443. D. Select the Drop All Packets Except Those That Meet The Criteria Below option.
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Adventure Works employs numerous traveling salespersons who connect using VPNs. The salespersons computers run a variety of Microsoft client operating systems, includ ing Windows 98, Second Edition, and PPTP is used as the tunneling protocol. A VPN server, AdventureVPN, is located outside the Adventure Works firewall. AdventureVPN is a stand-alone server running Windows Server 2003, configured as a VPN server and
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Objective 4.2: Manage Remote Access 16-21
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a router. The firewall is configured to allow inbound access only from AdventureVPN. The firewall is connected directly to AdventureVPN s internal interface. You configure PPTP ports on AdventureVPN. You need to configure packet filters that allow only VPN traffic on AdventureVPN s Internet (external) interface. You must prevent non-VPN users from accessing resources on the Adventure Works intranet. How do you configure these filters (Choose all that apply. Each answer forms part of the solution.) A. Create an inbound packet filter on AdventureVPN. Use the PPTP ports as source ports. Use the IP address of AdventureVPN s external interface as the source IP address. B. Create an outbound packet filter on AdventureVPN. Use the PPTP ports as desti nation ports. Use the IP address of AdventureVPN s external interface as the des tination IP address. C. Create an inbound packet filter on AdventureVPN. Use the PPTP ports as destina tion ports. Use the IP address of AdventureVPN s external interface as the destina tion IP address. D. Create an outbound packet filter on AdventureVPN. Use the PPTP ports as source ports. Use the IP address of AdventureVPN s external interface as the source address. E. Create an inbound packet filter on AdventureVPN. Use the PPTP ports as destina tion ports. Use the IP address of AdventureVPN s internal interface as the destina tion IP address. F. Create an outbound packet filter on AdventureVPN. Use the PPTP ports as source ports. Use the IP address of AdventureVPN s internal interface as the source address.
You administer a peer-to-peer Windows Server 2003 network that consists of 20 clients running Windows XP Professional, and two servers running Windows Server 2003, named ServerA and ServerB. ServerA has a dedicated cable modem connection to the Internet. No DHCP server exists. ServerA is multihomed and is configured to provide NAT and Basic Firewall services. ServerA is statically configured with an IP address of 10.10.10.1, and it allocates IP addresses to clients from the range 10.10.10.10 through 10.10.10.48. ServerB is a Web server. It is configured with an IP address of 10.10.10.2 and a default gateway of 10.10.10.1. Your ISP has allocated two public IP addresses, 206.73.118.12 and 206.73.118.13. You want to allow external Internet users to use the IP address 206.73.118.13 to access the resources on ServerB through the NAT service on ServerA. How should you configure your network
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Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Routing And Remote Access (4.0)
A. Configure the public NAT interface on ServerA to use an address pool with a start ing address of 206.73.118.12 and a subnet mask of 255.255.255.254. Reserve the public address 206.73.118.13 for the private address 10.10.10.2. B. Configure ServerB with a static route on the LAN interface. Use the destination address 10.10.10.2, the gateway address 206.73.118.13, and the subnet mask 255.255.255.255. C. Configure ServerA with a static route on the NAT private interface. Use the desti nation address 206.73.118.13, the gateway address 10.10.10.2, and the subnet mask 255.255.255.255. D. Configure the LAN interface on ServerB so that it uses multiple IP addresses and assign the additional IP address 206.73.118.13 to the interface.
Your Windows Server 2003 Active Directory domain has two servers running Windows Server 2003 that access the Internet. ServerA is configured as a router and provides Basic Firewall and NAT services. ServerB is a VPN server. Your client PC running Windows XP Professional has the Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools Pack installed. ServerB has to come offline for maintenance. You want to send messages to this effect to all VPN clients. You open a blank console on your client PC and add the Routing And Remote Access snap-in. You expand the Routing And Remote Access container. What do you do next A. Right-click ServerA and select Messages. In the Message dialog box, select Send To All. B. Expand ServerA. Right-click the Remote Access Clients container, and select Send To All. C. Right-click ServerB and select Messages. In the Message dialog box, select Send To All. D. Expand ServerB. Right-click the Remote Access Clients container, and select Send To All.
You are adding inbound filters to an interface on a server running Windows Server 2003, configured as a router. You expand the IP Routing node in the Routing And Remote Access snap-in and select the General container. In the details pane, you rightclick the interface that you want to configure, and click Properties. On the General tab, you click Inbound Filters. You intend to add three local filters, and then select the Drop All Packets Except Those That Meet The Criteria Below option. You want the interface to accept packets sent directly to the router, broadcast packets to the local subnet, and all IP multicast packets. The IP address of the router interface is 10.10.10.1, with a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0. Which of the filters listed should you configure (Choose all that apply.)
Objective 4.2: Manage Remote Access 16-23
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