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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Very Pleasant/Painful Networking: The Highs and Lows of Building and Maintaining VPNs
Meeting: NANOG22
Date / Time: 2001-05-22 10:00am - 10:30am
Room: Forum Hall
Presenters: Speakers:

Matt Baker, Intel

Matt Baker is a senior network engineer with Intel Online Services, the web and application hosting division of Intel Corporation. Over the past five years, he has worked to develop advanced remote-access solutions for Intel Corporation. From 1998 through early 2000, Matt led Intel\'s broadband and VPN technology trials, designing and deploying one of the earliest large scale corporate xDSL and VPN remote-access networks. At Intel Online Services, his main interest is the concept of the Datacenter, a place where internet service provider and enterprise issues can frequently converge. More precisely, Matt focuses on how these issues affect VPN connectivity/performance, network security design, and AAA systems design.
Abstract: VPNs may empower a mobile workforce with secure and flexible corporate network access, allow xSPs to accommodate inexpensive and rapid integration of new customers, or enable ASPs to deliver complex, mission-critical applications to their customers. However, with all of Virtual Private Networking\'s great promises comes a potentially significant price. The goal of this presentation is to shed some light on these challenges and highlight some of our key learnings and solutions. Topics to be covered include good NAT bad NAT, Internet performance issues, troubleshooting complexity, and the need for education and awareness.
Files: pptMatt Baker Presentation(PPT)
youtubeVery Pleasant/Painful Networking: The Highs and Lows of Building and Maintaining VPNs
Sponsors: None.

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