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WL0037 - WLC Office Extend AP (OEAP600) (Part 3)

The video introduces you to the second type of Office Extend AP on Cisco Wireless LAN Controller with OEAP600. We will be configuring OEAP600 from its factory default state starting with basic AP registration security on WLC. We will also cover features such as Remote LAN and 802.1X port-based authentication that are not available on FlexConnect OEAP as well as common functionalities of Split-Tunnel (specified, and local), and personal SSID. 
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WL0037 - WLC Office Extend AP (OEAP600) (Part 2)

The video introduces you to the second type of Office Extend AP on Cisco Wireless LAN Controller with OEAP600. We will be configuring OEAP600 from its factory default state starting with basic AP registration security on WLC. We will also cover features such as Remote LAN and 802.1X port-based authentication that are not available on FlexConnect OEAP as well as common functionalities of Split-Tunnel (specified, and local), and personal SSID. 
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WL0037 - WLC Office Extend AP (OEAP600) (Part 1)

The video introduces you to the second type of Office Extend AP on Cisco Wireless LAN Controller with OEAP600. We will be configuring OEAP600 from its factory default state starting with basic AP registration security on WLC. We will also cover features such as Remote LAN and 802.1X port-based authentication that are not available on FlexConnect OEAP as well as common functionalities of Split-Tunnel (specified, and local), and personal SSID. 
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WL0014 - WLC L2 Security Local EAP (Part 2)

The video shows you how to configure Cisco Wireless LAN Controller to act as a RADIUS server and provide 802.1X authentication to wireless client using Local EAP feature. We will use OpenSSL to generate CSR and have it signed for controller identity certificate. Authentication tested includes PEAP, EAP-TLS, and EAP-FAST. We will primarily use controller local user database but will also discuss and demonstrate limitation of using LDAP. 

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WL0014 - WLC L2 Security Local EAP (Part 1)

The video shows you how to configure Cisco Wireless LAN Controller to act as a RADIUS server and provide 802.1X authentication to wireless client using Local EAP feature. We will use OpenSSL to generate CSR and have it signed for controller identity certificate. Authentication tested includes PEAP, EAP-TLS, and EAP-FAST. We will primarily use controller local user database but will also discuss and demonstrate limitation of using LDAP. 

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WL0013 - WLC L2 Security WEP WPA and 802.1X (Part 2)

The video walks you through L2 security options of a WLAN on Cisco Wireless LAN Controller. We will emphasize on WPA/WPA2 with 802.1X and PSK options. Fast Transition (802.11r) will be tested, examined with packet capture, and discussed on why you may or may not want to have this enabled. Other less commonly used options such as WEP with and without 802.1X will also be reviewed.

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WL0013 - WLC L2 Security WEP WPA and 802.1X (Part 1)

The video walks you through L2 security options of a WLAN on Cisco Wireless LAN Controller. We will emphasize on WPA/WPA2 with 802.1X and PSK options. Fast Transition (802.11r) will be tested, examined with packet capture, and discussed on why you may or may not want to have this enabled. Other less commonly used options such as WEP with and without 802.1X will also be reviewed.

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WL0006 - WLC Access Point Authentication (Part 1)

The video shows you how you can increase security with access point authentication. We will go through various approaches available on Cisco Wireless LAN Controller that allow an AP to be authenticated prior to joining including MIC and LSC certificate authentication, static local and RADIUS MAC address auth list, and 802.1x authentication. We will be able to see and realize which method would work best in your environment.

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SEC0148 - ASA CX Passive Authentication with ISE (Part 2)

The video provide a method to enhance reliability of Cisco ASA CX Passive Authentication by integrating Cisco ISE with CDA. You will see how the caveats inherent to CDA can be solved by using realtime user and IP information provided by 802.1x identity-based authentication network. We will analyze RADIUS packets being communicated between Cisco ISE and CDA to try to understand the underlying mechanism. Testing will be performed on both domain and non-domain devices, that have been onboarded through ISE, and this includes both wired and wireless.

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SEC0148 - ASA CX Passive Authentication with ISE (Part 1)

The video provide a method to enhance reliability of Cisco ASA CX Passive Authentication by integrating Cisco ISE with CDA. You will see how the caveats inherent to CDA can be solved by using realtime user and IP information provided by 802.1x identity-based authentication network. We will analyze RADIUS packets being communicated between Cisco ISE and CDA to try to understand the underlying mechanism. Testing will be performed on both domain and non-domain devices, that have been onboarded through ISE, and this includes both wired and wireless.

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