SNCF: NGFW Modes, Interface Types, & Link Redundancy
4 Videos | 58m 22s
- Includes Assessment
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There are multiple ways in which you can deploy a Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) from Cisco Systems. In this course, you'll learn about the standard routed mode as well as alternative transparent mode. You'll also learn about the flexibility of Firepower devices, which is due in part to the many different types of interfaces supported. Finally, you'll explore the options that exist on Cisco Firepower devices for link redundancy. This course can be used in preparation for the 300-710: Securing Networks with Cisco Firepower (SNCF) certification exam.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
identify features of the NGFW routed modeidentify the NGFW mode when deployed within AWSrecognize the default access control policy on the NGFWidentify the command to switch the NGFW to transparent moderecognize the different modes of a NGFW product
identify the interface type used to move traffic between routed interfacesidentify the NGFW interface type used to register the device within FMCrecognize the interface type used for monitoringidentify the number of EtherChannels that can exists on the Firepower deviceidentify the redundancy type supported by link redundancy
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