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Read-Me-First
Inserting the license
WinRoute Description - Chapter 1
Extensive Protocol Support
WinRoute Summary
WinRoute architecture
Mixed OS networks (Unix, Mac, AS400)
VPN support
Remote Administration
Time intervals
Anti-Spoofing
DHCP overview
About DNS forwarding
POP3/SMTP Services
NAT (Network Address Translation)
Intro to NAT
How NAT works
Port Mapping
Setting NAT on both interfaces
Advanced NAT
Packet Filter
Packet filtering overview
Rules
Protocols
Logs and packet analyses
About logs and analysis
Debug log
HTTP (Proxy) log
Mail log
Error log
WinRoute Configuration - Chapter 2
System requirements
Quick Checklist
Conflicting software
IP configuration - manual assignment
Interface table
Setting up the network (DHCP)
About DHCP
Default gateway overview
Choosing the right WinRoute computer
IP configuration with DHCP server
IP configuration with 3rd DHCP server
Connecting the network to the Internet
DSL connection
PPPoE DSL connection
Cable modem (Bi-directional) connection
Unidirectional cable modem (modem up, cable down)
Dial-up or ISDN connection
AOL connection
T1 or LAN connection
DirecPC connection
Two-Way DirecPC
DNS solutions
DNS Forwarding
DNS server and WWW behind NAT
HOSTS
Administration in WinRoute
Administration from local network
Administration from the Internet
Lost Admin password
Users and Groups
About user accounts
What is a user
Adding a user
Groups of users
Proxy server
Proxy overview
Quick setup
Proxy Server Enabled
User Access Control
About Cache
Cache settings
Time-to-Live
Using a Parent Proxy Server
Setting Up the Mail Server
Mail users
Sending email to the other WinRoute users within your network
SMTP Authentication issue
Sending Email to the Internet
Aliases
Anti-Spam
Scheduling Email Exchange
Receiving email
You have domain (SMTP)
Multiple domains
You have domain assigned to POP3 account
Receiving email - You have several mailboxes at ISP
Email client software settings
Going through WinRoute Mail Server
Bypassing WinRoute's mail server
Port Mapping/Forwarding
Item Descriptions
Port Mapping for multi-homed systems (more IP addresses)
Setting Up Security
NAT Security
NAT Security Options
Excluding the host from NAT
Setting up Packet Filters
Packet Filter Overview
TCP flags
Forcing users to use the Proxy Server
Example Scenarios
Creating Useful Logs
Deployment Examples - Chapter 3
IPSEC, NOVELL and PPTP VPN solutions
IPSEC VPN
Novell Border Manager VPN
Running PPTP server behind NAT
Running PPTP clients behind NAT
WWW, FTP, DNS and Telnet servers behind WinRoute
Running WWW server behind NAT
Running DNS server behind NAT
Running FTP server behind NAT
Running Mail server behind NAT
Running Telnet server behind NAT
Connecting multiple networks
Connecting Public and Private Segments (DMZ)
Sharing the Connection for Two Networks with 1 IP Address
Sharing the Connection for Two Networks with 2 IP addresses
Remote Access Server (dial-in and access the Internet)
Connecting Cascaded Segments via 1 IP Address
Token Ring networks
Multiport Ethernet Adapters
VMWare
Port Mapping Examples - Chapter 4
Find the correct port allocation
Messaging and Telephony Services
H.323 - NetMeeting 3.0
IRC - Internet Relay Chat
CITRIX Metaframe
MS Terminal Server
Internet telephony - BuddyPhone
CU-YouSeeMe
VNC
PC Anywhere gateway
PC Anywhere
Gaming section
About running games behind NAT
Aasheron's call
Battle.net (Blizzard)
Half-Life
MSN Gaming zone
Quake
StarCraft
Additional mappings for common games/apps
Accessing FTP server with non-standard ports
Glossary of Terms 49
Index 55
CHAPTER 1
WINROUTE DESCRIPTION
Extensive Protocol Support
WinRoute Summary
WinRoute architecture
Mixed OS networks (Unix, Mac, AS400)
VPN support
Remote Administration
Time intervals
Anti-Spoofing
DHCP overview
About DNS forwarding
POP3/SMTP Services
NAT (Network Address Translation)
Packet Filter
Logs and packet analyses
CHAPTER 2
WINROUTE CONFIGURATION
System requirements
Quick Checklist
Conflicting software
IP configuration - manual assignment
Interface table
Setting up the network (DHCP)
Connecting the network to the Internet
DNS solutions
Administration in WinRoute
Users and Groups
Proxy server
Setting Up the Mail Server
Port Mapping/Forwarding
Setting Up Security
CHAPTER 3
DEPLOYMENT EXAMPLES
IPSEC, NOVELL and PPTP VPN solutions
WWW, FTP, DNS and Telnet servers behind WinRoute
Connecting multiple networks
Token Ring networks
Multiport Ethernet Adapters
VMWare
CHAPTER 4
PORT MAPPING EXAMPLES
Find the correct port allocation
Messaging and Telephony Services
H.323 - NetMeeting 3.0
IRC - Internet Relay Chat
CITRIX Metaframe
MS Terminal Server
Internet telephony - BuddyPhone
CU-YouSeeMe
VNC
PC Anywhere gateway
PC Anywhere
Gaming section
Accessing FTP server with non-standard ports







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