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Cisco IINS 3.0: Remote Access VPNs


Overview/Description
Target Audience
Prerequisites
Expected Duration
Lesson Objectives
Course Number


Overview/Description
For most organizations the first line of defense is the firewall system. This term can actually represent different components and this course explores this interesting concept. The term firewall is a metaphor for protecting separate zones or domains. In a network, a firewall is intended to control what passes from one security zone to another. If a system is compromised in one zone, firewalls help to contain the attack to within that zone. Also, within a network, firewalls also have the function of preventing the undesirable access in the first place. This course explores the fundamentals of firewall technologies.

Target Audience
This course is directed towards networking professionals who need to understand common security concepts and deploy basic security techniques using a variety of popular security solutions including IOS routers, IOS switches, Cisco Adaptive Security Appliances, and Windows and Linux hosts. This course is also designed for security practitioners who want to pass the IINS 3.0 exam.

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)
2.1

Lesson Objectives

Cisco IINS 3.0: Remote Access VPNs

  • start the course
  • describe secure sockets layer and transport layer security
  • describe SSL cryptography
  • describe basic Cisco AnyConnect SSL VPN
  • describe Cisco AnyConnect SSL VPN solution components
  • describe Cisco ASA SSL server authentication
  • describe SSL VPN client authentication
  • describe SSL VPN clients IP address assignment
  • describe basic AnyConnect SSL VPN configuration tasks
  • describe remote access VPN services
  • install a root CA certificate
  • describe the ASDM anyconnect VPN wizard
  • install the Cisco anyconnect client and define a localhost entry
  • monitor VPN sessions
  • configure hairpin access
  • configure split tunneling
  • describe Cisco clientless SSL VPN
  • describe Cisco clientless SSL VPN use cases
  • describe Cisco clientless SSL VPN resource access methods
  • describe clientless SSL VPN portal
  • describe basic Cisco clientless SSL VPN
  • describe authentication in basic clientless SSL VPN
  • describe clientless SSL VPN URL entry and bookmarks
  • describe basic access control using web ACLs
  • describe basic clientless SSL VPN configuration tasks
  • Course Number:
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