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SEC0258 - FlexVPN L2L with dVTI and External PSK (Part 2)

The video shows you how to configure Cisco FlexVPN with DVTI using local and external pre-shared key (PSK). We start by converting our previous DVTI setup from certificate authentication to PSK. We then shows you, for scalability and consistency purpose, that you can have DVTI headend router centrally fetch PSK from a RADIUS server.
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SEC0258 - FlexVPN L2L with dVTI and External PSK (Part 1)

The video shows you how to configure Cisco FlexVPN with DVTI using local and external pre-shared key (PSK). We start by converting our previous DVTI setup from certificate authentication to PSK. We then shows you, for scalability and consistency purpose, that you can have DVTI headend router centrally fetch PSK from a RADIUS server.
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SEC0240 - FTD 6.1 Routing - OSPF (Part 3)

The video walks you through configuration of OSPF routing on Cisco FTD 6.1. We will go over various features and functionalities of OSPF including basic configuration, redistribution, virtual link, route filtering and summarization. 
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SEC0240 - FTD 6.1 Routing - OSPF (Part 2)

The video walks you through configuration of OSPF routing on Cisco FTD 6.1. We will go over various features and functionalities of OSPF including basic configuration, redistribution, virtual link, route filtering and summarization. 
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SEC0240 - FTD 6.1 Routing - OSPF (Part 1)

The video walks you through configuration of OSPF routing on Cisco FTD 6.1. We will go over various features and functionalities of OSPF including basic configuration, redistribution, virtual link, route filtering and summarization. 
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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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SEC0179 - ASA FirePower External User Authentication

The video shows you how to leverage an existing Active Directory database for administrative user login on Cisco ASA FireSight System. We will go through configuration of LDAP integration, and usergroup-to-role mapping. You will be able to limit access to FireSight web interface based on your user job function.

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SEC0153 - ASA CX VPN User and User Agent Filtering (Part 2)

The video shows you how to configure Cisco ASA CX to enforce Active Authentication and apply the same decryption and access policies to the remote VPN user so they can have the same user experiences as those locating inside the network. We will perform additional traffic restriction based on client operating system using information provided by Cisco AnyConnect client, as well as user browser type using User Agent attribute.  

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SEC0153 - ASA CX VPN User and User Agent Filtering (Part 1)

The video shows you how to configure Cisco ASA CX to enforce Active Authentication and apply the same decryption and access policies to the remote VPN user so they can have the same user experiences as those locating inside the network. We will perform additional traffic restriction based on client operating system using information provided by Cisco AnyConnect client, as well as user browser type using User Agent attribute.  

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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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