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网关和路由器之间的区别 网关是充当转换代理的计算机系统或设备。网关是两个系统之间的转换器,它们使用不同的通信协议,数据格式或语言,甚至是完全不同的体系结构。与简单传达信息的网桥不同,网关重新打包它们收到的信息以满足预期系统的需要。那么网关和路由器之间的区别是什么? 网关和路由器之间的区别如下: 路由器的作用是连接不同的网络并传输信息。根据用途,可分为:接入,企业级,骨干级,太比特,多WAN和3G无线等。 网关 网关可以是路由器,交换机或PC。对于同一网段内的通信,不必涉及网关。只有当主机和非本地网段设备通信时,才需要将所有数据包发送到网关设备,然后通过网关设备转发或路由它们。 路由器是一个网络层系统。一般来说,市场上的路由器分为两类,一类是单协议路由器,另一类是多协议路由器。路由器可以转换数据格式,成为与协议不同的网络互连的必要设备。 网关与路由的关系可以表示为:网关是网络连接的基础,路由是网络连接的桥梁。 路由器使用静态或动态路由来确定网络之间的最短路径。静态路由需要管理员手动设置,动态路由USES协议以动态发现网络之间的路径并确定最短路径。通常,静态路由用于小型网络,动态路由用于大型复杂网络。 现在,路由器集成了网关功能,因此路由器也具有网关功能。 网关和路由器之间的区别 从网关和路由器的定义来看,如果只连接两个网络,则只需要一个网关。 假设只有两个网络:网络A和网络B. 为了使网络A和网络B能够通信,只使用网关连接两个网络,因为只有两个网络,并且不需要确定网络之间的最短路径。 如果需要连接多个网络,为了确保网络的可靠性,需要将网络结构设计为完整网络或部分网络。通过这种方式,网络之间的通信需要两个设备,网关和路由器。由于当前路由器集成了网关的功能,因此只能使用一个设备路由器。

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The difference between a gateway and a router A gateway is a computer system or device that ACTS as a transformation agent. A gateway is a translator between two systems that use different communication protocols, data formats, or languages, or even completely different architectures. Unlike Bridges that simply convey information, gateways repackage the information...

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工业路由器的VPN VPN通常是指虚拟专用网络,它只是在公共网络上建立的专用网络,用于加密通信。 VPN功能是在加密数据包时实现目标地址转换和远程访问。因此,工业VPN路由器非常适合项目的数据传输安全要求。工业路由器是在普通路由器的基础上增加的工业要求,而工业VPN路由器是在工业路由器的基础上增加的VPN功能。为什么工业路由器会设置VPN功能?那么VPN功能的好处是什么? VPN工业路由器 VPNS允许您在复杂的公共网络中工作而无需担心安全性。当然,这也是工业VPN路由器的基本功能; 2.可以解决多台设备同时组网,随时使用VPN功能的问题。登录后不再需要繁琐的操作,并且需要连接每个设备。只要你切换网络,就可以选择使用或不使用VPN功能来达到开箱即用的效果; 3,一些连接设备联网,一些需要使用本地网络,一些使用VPN网络,这样可以错开使用; 4.工业VPN路由器可以连接多个终端和一个账号,不再担心VPN账号会限制连接终端的数量; 工业路由器 5.市场上大多数工业路由器已经支持VPN中的PPTP连接模式,而万无一失的操作设置不再是专家的专利。 VPN在工业,商业和民用领域非常受欢迎。它们可以使网络传输更安全,更专业,更自由。工业VPN路由器的分类工业VPN路由器的常见分类是PPTP,L2TP,IPSEC。最常见的是PPTP协议。如上所述,市场上的大多数工业路由器都具有PPTP安全协议,即点对点隧道协议。使远程用户能够通过拨入ISP,直接连接到Internet或通过其他网络安全地访问企业网络。...

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A Quick Understanding of FTP/SFTP/FTPS/TFTP

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File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a standard network protocol used for the transfer of computer files from a server to a client using the Client–server model on a computer network.

FTP is built on a client-server model architecture and uses separate control and data connections between the client and the server. FTP users may authenticate themselves with a clear-text sign-in protocol, normally in the form of a username and password, but can connect anonymously if the server is configured to allow it. For secure transmission that protects the username and password, and encrypts the content, FTP is often secured with SSL/TLS (FTPS). SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) is sometimes also used instead; it is technologically different.

 

SSH File Transfer Protocol(SFTP)

The SSH file transfer protocol (chronologically the second of the two protocols abbreviated SFTP) transfers files and has a similar command set for users, but uses the Secure Shell protocol (SSH) to transfer files. Unlike FTP, it encrypts both commands and data, preventing passwords and sensitive information from being transmitted openly over the network. It cannot interoperate with FTP software.

In computing, the SSH File Transfer Protocol (also Secure File Transfer Protocol, or SFTP) is a network protocol that provides file access, file transfer, and file management over any reliable data stream. It was designed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) as an extension of the Secure Shell protocol (SSH) version 2.0 to provide secure file transfer capabilities. The IETF Internet Draft states that, even though this protocol is described in the context of the SSH-2 protocol, it could be used in a number of different applications, such as secure file transfer over Transport Layer Security (TLS) and transfer of management information in VPN applications.

This protocol assumes that it is run over a secure channel, such as SSH, that the server has already authenticated the client, and that the identity of the client user is available to the protocol.

Simple File Transfer Protocol

Simple File Transfer Protocol (the first protocol abbreviated SFTP), as defined by RFC 913, was proposed as an (unsecured) file transfer protocol with a level of complexity intermediate between TFTP and FTP. It was never widely accepted on the Internet, and is now assigned Historic status by the IETF. It runs through port 115, and often receives the initialism of SFTP. It has a command set of 11 commands and support three types of data transmission: ASCII, binary and continuous. For systems with a word size that is a multiple of 8 bits, the implementation of binary and continuous is the same. The protocol also supports login with user ID and password, hierarchical folders and file management (including rename, delete, upload, download, download with overwrite, and download with append).

FTPS

Explicit FTPS is an extension to the FTP standard that allows clients to request FTP sessions to be encrypted. This is done by sending the “AUTH TLS” command. The server has the option of allowing or denying connections that do not request TLS. This protocol extension is defined in RFC 4217. Implicit FTPS is an outdated standard for FTP that required the use of a SSL or TLS connection. It was specified to use different ports than plain FTP.

Trivial File Transfer Protocol(TFTP)

Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) is a simple, lock-step FTP that allows a client to get a file from or put a file onto a remote host. One of its primary uses is in the early stages of booting from a local area network, because TFTP is very simple to implement. TFTP lacks security and most of the advanced features offered by more robust file transfer protocols such as File Transfer Protocol. TFTP was first standardized in 1981 and the current specification for the protocol can be found in RFC 1350.

 

 (Information collected from Wekipedia)

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