IINS 3.0: ASA Security & Policies
Cisco IINS 3.0 | Intermediate
- 3 Videos | 1h 25m 7s
- Includes Assessment
- Earns a Badge
Explore Cisco ASA access management, including how to configure access using Telnet, SSH, ad HTTPs and how to set up ASDM. Configuring dynamic NAT and security access policies is also covered, This course will help prepare for the 210-260: Implementing Cisco Network Security certification exam.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
specify the most secure syntax used to restrict IP availability of the HTTP serviceidentify where to view available protocols and IP addresses for managing the ASAidentify the connection identity used to reference an ASA interfacespecify requirements for allowing traffic between interfaces with defined security levels in a given scenariorecognize syntax used to filter the availability of HTTP management access to an ASAidentify the tools and information needed to connect to the ASA HTTP user interfacerecognize types of network areas with recommended ASA firewall interface security levelsspecify the type of NAT that supports multiple source IP addresses translated into a single IP address
recognize where ADSM Firewall anti-spoofing rules are configuredspecify requirements for bidirectional NAT traffic between zones in a given scenarioidentify where NAT rules are defined in the ADSMidentify an ADSM Access Rule tool in a given scenariorecognize what network objects can act as aliases for on the ASA firewallrecognize traffic types inspected by default in a Service Policy Ruleidentify the purpose of a global Service Policy Rulespecify where ADSM Firewall Cisco MDF Policies are configured
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