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Implementing 802.1X Security Solutions for Wired and Wireless Networks epub ebook

by Jim Geier

Implementing 802.1X Security Solutions for Wired and Wireless Networks epub ebook

Author: Jim Geier
Category: Networking & Cloud Computing
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (April 14, 2008)
Pages: 330 pages
ISBN: 0470168609
ISBN13: 978-0470168608
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 716
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This is a good introductory book for 80. x. Very useful on "how to" when it comes to configuration. The coverage is complete for any wired or wireless network implementation. This book is not only good for CWSP preparation, but it is also great for real-world security implementations.

This is a good introductory book for 80. However, out of the book's 330 pages, it has 109 pages on RFCs and glossary.

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Reviews (7)
The Rollers of Vildar
This is a good introductory book for 802.1x. Very useful on "how to" when it comes to configuration.
However, out of the book's 330 pages , it has 109 pages on RFCs and glossary.

The book also lacks at least one EAP method supplicant-authenticator-authentication server trace file with Wireshark, that shows the full end-to-end exchange in detail. That would have been great for introductory and advanced users as well. The book lacks this deeper look, anyway, it is introductory.

Sherif

Ballagar
This is one of the best book I have come across for port based authentication system. Jim Geier goes through all the components required to successfully run a port based authentication system.

I will say the shipping did take a long time for me (about 2-2.5 weeks).

Ramsey`s
Pros:
It is a good book for 802.1x protocol learning. It teaches a lot about the packets structures and low level information. It teaches some nice tips about WiFi as bonus. Very easy reading.
Cons:
I think it could tell more about the practice. It looks like 1/3 of the book is RFC, that we can easily find on Internet.

Uaha
There is no question in my mind that this is the best single book on 802.1X available today. The coverage is complete for any wired or wireless network implementation. This book is not only good for CWSP preparation, but it is also great for real-world security implementations. I've read a lot of Jim's books and have come to expect a lot from him. I must say, this book is his best yet.

The book begins with a short 30 page review of network architectures. This review makes for a nice refresher before diving into the 802.1X information. However, unlike many books that attempt to meet a publisher page count by reviewing information the reader should know for 40-50 percent of the book, Implementing 802.1X Security Solutions leaves the refreshers here in the first chapter and spends the remaining 8 chapters and Appendix truly covering the named topic of the book. In all, more than 200 pages are dedicated to the topics related to 802.1X security solutions.

The Appendix coverage of EAP is welcomed and provides enough information to understand its operations and how to select the best EAP solution for your implementation.

I would give this book 10 stars on a 10 star rating system. Most of the books that I give five stars, here at Amazon, would only get 9 stars on a 10 star system. Jim Geier has really outdone himself with this one.

Lost Python
As an information security expert and ISO certified auditor, I have contact with many system engineers, network architects and network administrators. Every single one of them either never heard of 802.1x or thinks it is so hard to implement that it is not worth the trouble.
In the summery of the book by Jim Geier, even the author states "802.1X port-based authentication is much more difficult to understand and implement than is commonly thought." and I agree with him that "This book, however, pulls together all of the pertinent standards and specifications, providing the concepts, methods, and tips you need to avoid common pitfalls, saving you a great deal of time and frustration."

Reading this book helps the network architect design or redesign a network that is not only one of most secured networks in town but as a plus it helps a medium to large networks do a self administration.
just imagine having all your ports on all your switches connected and available and yet only allow authorized and authenticated users or devices access to services based on credentials provided, and send the rest to null or treat them as guests and give them access to your web site only; Create dynamic VLANs drop users to it based on groups. Have a IP phone network that uses the same switches and yet has no access to company resources all of these are possible and Jim Geier does a good job explaining how.

This book is very well written with proper examples and case studies, and yet it is not a perfect 5 star worthy since it's missing few important and relevant pieces, for example, I was looking for more on certificates, not just the mere mention of them but the configuration distribution and perhaps integration with smart cards, I know you can get that from another book but why? it would be nice to also show how IP phones can be configured and a dynamic VLAN created; Also how none 802.1x devices can be connected to the switch and use company resources; The author should have also explained on how Trunk-ed, span-ed, secured and Dynamic access ports can not be configured as 802.1x; And is it possible to have a heterogeneous environment where both 802.1x and non port authentication designs can be implemented as a viable solution?

I am an advocate of the IEEE 802.1x standard, it reminds me of Cheers Theme "Where Everybody Knows Your Name" or else you have no access. And hence, I recommend this book, it will help you understand the standard, get you started implementing or migrating to a more secured network.

Best Fishes and thank you for reading.

Levion
I've always been a big fan of Jim Geier's books, but this one is the best one he's produced yet. It's excruciatingly detailed (which I think is great), yet provides thorough analogies to help the novice understand the concepts. The organization of the book is excellent. I highly recommend this book to anyone studying for the CWSP certification ([...]

Watikalate
They item came handy and okay. It was as I was expecting it to be, and also came earlier than the seller had estimated

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