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The next level of checking that the firewall provides is to check inside the TCP packet for a port number. For example, the standard TCP port for HTTP is port 80. (Any port can be could be used in this example. Port 8080 is another port that is frequently used by proxies.) The firewall now checks for IP addresses (which might say any IP address) and the port number in the TCP packet. This means that unless the port is open through the firewall, you can t get that service (for example, HTTP or FTP). This provides for a more general audience. Now instead of filtering an IP address, one can say, let anybody from any IP address come through the firewall, but only if he is doing HTTP on port 80 to a specific server. This means that we could have other Web pages on other servers on port 80 internally, but they would not be available because the firewall limits access to a specific server. Clearly, we can allow access to as many servers as desired. Our presentation is a little simplistic since it makes the assumption that the operating system on which the firewall software is running is itself secure and unhackable. Not only is this not generally true, but it is impossible to secure the OS perfectly. (For example, there are known attacks to a UNIX based system that is running send mail. Therefore, the send mail application should not be present on your firewall machine. A properly maintained OS will have this door closed see explanation below.) So, it isn t just enough to run a firewall; that firewall must be run on a locked down operating system. (An aside on attacks: There are two general kinds of attacks against systems. One is called the denial of service attack. In this case the hacker sends one or thousands of packets to the server, causing it to spend all its processing power processing these garbage packets so that it has no time left over to do its real job, for example, serve up Web pages. The second kind of attack is more invasive. In this case, the attacker tries to gain access to the machine, preferably as the super user. If the attacker achieves this, the system is literally wide open. As a super user, the attacker can set up accounts on the machine, or read any file, or wipe out any file, etc. Very clever hackers will therefore edit the log files so that they show no trace of the hackers presence. There are a couple of ways to keep log files. One is to frequently copy the log file to an obscure directory, and change its name so that its name does not contain log (for example, call it bob). The second is to encrypt the file. The latter is only convenient if the firewall application provides this option. The former only works if the log file is copied often enough to capture the hacker s presence before the log file gets cleaned.) Constant vigilance must be maintained to ensure that the OS has the latest patches that close off discovered holes. Because the UNIX community is open, as each attack is discovered, patches are written and posted to newsgroups where your system administrator can download and install them.
The term power budget is used to reference the difference in dB between the transmitted optical power typically expressed in dBm, and , the receiver sensitivity also commonly expressed in dBm. dB is used, as , the connection of circuits in tandem permits the power levels in decibels to be arithmetically added and subtracted. For example, if a known amount of optical power in decibel-milliwatts, is inserted or launched , into a fiber and the losses, in decibels, for the various components such , as lengths of fiber and connectors are known, the overall link loss can be easily computed with simple addition and subtraction. Because 1 dB equals 0.001 dBm, 0 dBm is then equivalent to 30 dB . Table 2.3 illustrates the relationship between common values of decibel-milliwatts and decibel-microwatts. Because we noted the relationship between power in watts and decibel-milliwatts in Table 2.2 and that between decibel-milliwatts and decibel-microwatts in Table 2.3, it becomes possible to plot the relationship of all three metrics. This relationship is illustrated in Figure 2.9.
10.5.3 Connections and signaling
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