In which of these situations would you be most likely to use a network proxy?
A) You want to provide automatic IP addressing to your local networks
B) You want to deploy applications automatically to your end users
C) You want to backup data from user workstations
D) You want to block known malicious web sites from your end users
E) You want to replace yourself with a clone while you sneak away to Bora Bora
The answer: D) You want to block known malicious web sites from your end users
Proxy servers can provide many security functions, including the filtering of specific URL categories.
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The TCP/IP protocol is the foundation of today’s network connectivity. In this video, you’ll learn about the TCP/IP settings and some of the loopback and automatic addressing functionality of the protocol.