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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Tutorial: Using IPsec to Encrypt Your Wireless Traffic at NANOG
Meeting: NANOG31
Date / Time: 2004-05-23 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room: Georgian
Presenters: Speakers:

Duane Wessels, Measurement Factory

Duane Wessels discovered Unix and the Internet as an undergraduate studying physics at Washington State University. After playing System Administrator for a few years, he moved to Boulder, Colorado, to attend graduate school. In late 1994, he joined the Harvest project, where he worked on searching, indexing and caching. From 1996 until 2000, he was co-principle investigator of the NLANR Information Resource Caching project (IRCache). During this time he and others developed and supported the Squid caching proxy. His second book, titled Squid: The Definitive Guide, is soon to be published by O\'Reilly and Associates. Currently, he is co-owner and president of The Measurement Factory, Inc., a company that specializes in evaluating the performance and compliance of HTTP-aware devices.
Abstract: NANOG plans to make an IPsec server available at NANOG31, which attendees can use to encrypt their traffic on the local network. This willl significantly reduce the chance that someone can sniff your passwords on the wireless network. During this tutorial, you will learn how to configure your Linux, BSD, Mac, or Windows laptop for use with the NANOG IPsec server. This is a hands-on tutorial, so bring your laptops to the session.

If you want to be fully prepared for the tutorial, visit my page http://www.packet-pushers.net/NANOG/ipsec/ in advance. Install any necessary software on your laptop in advance if possible.
Files: pdfDuane Wessels Presentation(PDF)
youtubeUsing IPsec to Encrypt Your Wireless Traffic at NANOG
Sponsors: None.

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NANOG31 Abstracts

  • Happy Packets - Initial Results
    Speakers:
    Randy Bush, IIJ; Tim GriffinIntel Research; .
    Zhuoqing MaoUniversity of Michigan; .
    Eric PurpusUniversity of Oregon; .
    Dan StutzbachUniversity of Oregon; .
  • Happy Packets - Initial Results
    Speakers:
    Randy Bush, IIJ; Tim GriffinIntel Research; .
    Zhuoqing MaoUniversity of Michigan; .
    Eric PurpusUniversity of Oregon; .
    Dan StutzbachUniversity of Oregon; .
  • Happy Packets - Initial Results
    Speakers:
    Randy Bush, IIJ; Tim GriffinIntel Research; .
    Zhuoqing MaoUniversity of Michigan; .
    Eric PurpusUniversity of Oregon; .
    Dan StutzbachUniversity of Oregon; .
  • Happy Packets - Initial Results
    Speakers:
    Randy Bush, IIJ; Tim GriffinIntel Research; .
    Zhuoqing MaoUniversity of Michigan; .
    Eric PurpusUniversity of Oregon; .
    Dan StutzbachUniversity of Oregon; .
  • Happy Packets - Initial Results
    Speakers:
    Randy Bush, IIJ; Tim GriffinIntel Research; .
    Zhuoqing MaoUniversity of Michigan; .
    Eric PurpusUniversity of Oregon; .
    Dan StutzbachUniversity of Oregon; .

 

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