CCNA Security (210-260) Cert Prep: 5 Cisco Firewall Technologies

CCNA Security (210-260) Cert Prep: 5 Cisco Firewall Technologies
CCNA Security (210-260) Cert Prep: 5 Cisco Firewall Technologies
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The Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Security certification indicates to potential employers that you have the required skills to secure a network. Join security ambassador Lisa Bock, as she prepares you for the Cisco Firewall Technologies section of the CCNA Security exam 210-260: Implementing Cisco Network Security. Lisa covers firewall technologies, diving into the concept of a firewall, firewall security contexts, and how to do a basic firewall configuration. She also compares different types of firewalls including stateless, stateful, and application firewalls. She also reviews implementing NAT on Cisco ASA along with zone-based firewalls. To wrap up, she takes a closer look at some firewall features on the Cisco ASA such as Access Management, Modular Policy Framework, and high availability.

Topics include:

  • Firewall services and security contexts
  • Basic firewall configuration
  • Stateless versus stateful firewalls
  • Implementing NAT on Cisco ASA
  • Zone-based firewalls
  • Access Management
  • Implementing high availability
  • Cisco Modular Policy Framework
Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Welcome
2 What you need to know
3 Packet Tracer and exercise files
4 Prepare for the CCNA security exam 210-260

Firewall Technologies
5 Firewall services
6 Firewall security contexts
7 Basic firewall configuration
8 Firewall configuration – Demo
9 Cisco Configuration Professional CCP
10 Cisco AutoSecure – Demo

Compare Firewall Types
11 Stateless firewalls
12 Stateful firewalls
13 Application layer firewall
14 Modes of deployment

Implement NAT on Cisco ASA
15 NAT overview
16 Types of NAT
17 Verify NAT operations

Cisco IOS Zone-Based Firewalls
18 Zone-based firewalls
19 Zones traffic class and policies
20 Configure ZBF

Firewall Features on the Cisco ASA
21 ASA Access Management
22 Security access policies
23 Cisco ASA interface security levels
24 Cisco Modular Policy Framework
25 Implement high availability
26 Challenge – HSRP
27 Solution – HSRP

Conclusion
28 Next steps


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