The questions and scenarios in this book are designed to be challenging and to make sure that you know the answer. Rather than allowing you to derive the answers from clues hidden inside the questions themselves, the questions challenge your understanding and recall of the subject.
Hopefully, mastering these questions will help you limit the number of exam questions on which you narrow your choices to two options, and then guess.
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1. Consider teleworker access options as discussed in the chapter. Compare IPsec VPN connections with remote-access VPN connections and illustrate a viable case for each.
2. Consider a typical network implementation. List some tasks that must be completed and components that must be acquired to support a business-ready teleworker environment.
3. Among the remote-connection topologies discussed in this chapter, describe a viable solution or need that can be served by each. Those discussed include MPLS, Frame Relay/ATM, and site-to-site VPN.
4. List at least three technologies that have evolved to a degree that has made it possible for the teleworker of the 1990s to become the teleworker of today.
5. What are some risks associated with teleworker deployments?
6. How might some of the risks brought about by teleworker access be mitigated?
7. Among the solutions discussed in the chapter for teleworker connectivity are DSL, cable, and fiber. Obviously, these do not encompass all the possible connection options for the teleworker. What are some other possibilities?
Where is the best source of information and case studies for teleworker solutions documentation?
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