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SEC0238 - FTD 6.1 Basic Configuration (Part 1)

The video walks you through configuration of basic settings on Cisco FTD 6.1. We will cover common global device configuration within Platform Settings and go over the remaining of Device Settings. You will be able to appreciate a use of configuration template to consistently apply settings across your multiple FTD deployment. We finish the video by showing you what you can do on the CLI.
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SEC0237 - FTD 6.1 Firewall Mode and Interface Type (Part 3)

The video walks you through different operational mode on Cisco FTD 6.1 as physical and virtual (NGFWv) devices covering, routed, passive, inline, transparent and ERSPAN modes. We will focus on interface configuration of each type, zone configuration, and how to get traffic to pass through or to the device. 
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SEC0237 - FTD 6.1 Firewall Mode and Interface Type (Part 2)

The video walks you through different operational mode on Cisco FTD 6.1 as physical and virtual (NGFWv) devices covering, routed, passive, inline, transparent and ERSPAN modes. We will focus on interface configuration of each type, zone configuration, and how to get traffic to pass through or to the device. 
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SEC0237 - FTD 6.1 Firewall Mode and Interface Type (Part 1)

The video walks you through different operational mode on Cisco FTD 6.1 as physical and virtual (NGFWv) devices covering, routed, passive, inline, transparent and ERSPAN modes. We will focus on interface configuration of each type, zone configuration, and how to get traffic to pass through or to the device. 
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SEC0236 - FTD 6.1 NGIPSv IDS and IPS Modes (Part 3)

The video shows you how to configure Cisco NGIPSv (aka Firepower Virtual Sensor)into IDS and IPS mode on Cisco UCS-E. We have a UCS-E installed on a branch router and we will start by sending copy of traffic to it (ie. IDS). We will then place the sensor logically inline (ie. IPS) by using two different methods.
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SEC0236 - FTD 6.1 NGIPSv IDS and IPS Modes (Part 2)

The video shows you how to configure Cisco NGIPSv (aka Firepower Virtual Sensor)into IDS and IPS mode on Cisco UCS-E. We have a UCS-E installed on a branch router and we will start by sending copy of traffic to it (ie. IDS). We will then place the sensor logically inline (ie. IPS) by using two different methods.
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SEC0236 - FTD 6.1 NGIPSv IDS and IPS Modes (Part 1)

The video shows you how to configure Cisco NGIPSv (aka Firepower Virtual Sensor)into IDS and IPS mode on Cisco UCS-E. We have a UCS-E installed on a branch router and we will start by sending copy of traffic to it (ie. IDS). We will then place the sensor logically inline (ie. IPS) by using two different methods.
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SEC0235 - FTD 6.1 FMC Web Interface and New Features (Part 2)

The video walks you through Cisco Firepower Management Center (FMC) web interface with focus on configuration menus of FTD and new features introduced in Firepower 6.1. This video is good for getting yourself familiarize to FMC GUI as well as a fresher from previous version.
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SEC0235 - FTD 6.1 FMC Web Interface and New Features (Part 1)

The video walks you through Cisco Firepower Management Center (FMC) web interface with focus on configuration menus of FTD and new features introduced in Firepower 6.1. This video is good for getting yourself familiarize to FMC GUI as well as a fresher from previous version.
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SEC0234 - FTD 6.1 Device Registration and Smart Licensing (Part 2)

The video will go through a process of adding both FTD and Firepower devices to Cisco Firepower Management Center (FMC). In our lab, we have two physical FTD, one virtual FTD, and one virtual Firepower devices. By the end of the lan, all devices will be registered to FMC and ready for configuration. We will also cover Smart Licensing for FTD devices.
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