ENARSI: IPv6 First Hop Security and AAA, ACL, uRPF, & CoPP Troubleshooting

Cisco ENARSI    |    Expert
  • 4 Videos | 1h 14m 26s
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We all know that we should set up robust AAA services for our Cisco device management access, but this can be tricky. In this course, you'll learn best practice recommendations for this configuration while exploring common errors and problems. Next, you'll learn how ACLs, including IPv6 traffic filters, can be a very effective access control in your enterprise security approach if you fully understand the tools and can configure them effectively. You'll move on to examine how Control Plane Policing allows you to easily protect your Cisco device from many potential Denial of Service attacks. You'll learn to configure, verify, and troubleshoot CoPP. Finally, you'll review of some IPv6 addressing fundamentals and then explore IPv6 First Hop Security mechanisms that you can use to help build a defense in depth approach to your IPv6 speaking enterprise network. This course is one of a series that prepares you for the 300-410: Implementing Cisco Enterprise Advanced Routing and Services (ENARSI) certification exam.


  • recognize the best practices for configuring AAA services on Cisco devices
    recognize the result of different AAA configuration options on Cisco devices
    identify how to configure and troubleshoot uRPF
    identify tools to troubleshoot ACL behavior
    recognize the benefits and purpose of Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding
    recognize the effective behavior of ACLs
  • identify how to verify and troubleshoot CoPP
    recognize how to configure Control Plane Policing
    identify different IPv6 First Hop Security mechanisms
    identify the methods used to create the IPv6 First Hop Security information base
    recall IPv6 addressing fundamentals
    recognize IPv6 First Hop Security mechanisms



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