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SEC0116 - SSL VPN ASA Certificate Install

The video gets you started on SSL VPN on Cisco ASA with certificate installation. You will learn how to generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) on the ASA, submit it to your Certificate Authority (CA), and import the signed certificate back to the ASA. Installing a trusted certificate should be your first step of implementing SSL VPN to save users from unnecessarily encountering certificate warnig.

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SEC0109 - ISE 1.2 Distributed Deployment with Wildcard Certificate

The video demonstrates the use of a wildcard certificate on Cisco ISE 1.2 to register nodes in a distributed deployment. We will go through CSR generation on ISE, have it signed, and use it to register a secondary Admin/Monitoring/Policy Service node to a primary. You will see how a single certificate can now be used on multiple ISE nodes.

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SEC0083 - ACS 5.4 Certificate Install

The video shows how to install a third party certificate on Cisco ACS 5.4. The certificate will be used for securing web interface as well as validating client-based certificate as part of EAP authentication in our future labs.
Topic
  • Certificate Signing Request (CSR) Generation
  • Certificate Signing with Windows 2008 CA
  • Certificate Binding/Install
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SEC0047 - ISE 1.1 iPhone SCEP Certificate Install with EAP-TLS

The video presents one of possible methods to tag an iDevice (eg. iPhone, iPad) as a corporate asset using a certificate. We will walk through a profile creation using an iPhone Configuration Utility and installation on an iDevice. We will be observing a device requesting a certificate through SCEP, and, once obtained, perform wireless authentication using EAP-TLS against Cisco ISE. Authorization conditions will be constructed to look for a specific Common Name (CN) on the certificate, and appropriate access will be granted upon a match. iPhone will be used for testing in this video.

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SEC0046 - ISE 1.1 Wireless 802.1X and Machine Authentication with EAP-TLS

The video walks you through configuration of wireless 802.1X using EAP-TLS on Cisco ISE. We will look how to configure authentication and authorization policies to support both user and machine authentication, how to restrict network access with DACL, and how to use Machine Access Restriction (MAR) to correlate user and machine sessions to ensure a user can access the network only from a domain (corporate) computer. We will perform testing from both domain, non-domain computers, and iPhone, and observe the authentication results.

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SEC0045 - ISE 1.1 Wired 802.1X and Machine Authentication with EAP-TLS

The video walks you through configuration of wired 802.1X using EAP-TLS on Cisco ISE. We will look how to configure authentication and authorization policies to support both user and machine authentication, how to restrict network access with DACL, and how to use Machine Access Restriction (MAR) to correlate user and machine sessions to ensure a user can access the network only from a domain (corporate) computer. We will perform testing from both domain and non-domain computers and observe the authentication results.

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SEC0031 - ISE 1.1 Node Registration with CA-Signed Certificate

The video demonstrates how to register a Policy Service node to a primary Admin node using CA-signed certificate. The same process applies to registering a secondary Admin node. This step is required when implementing an ISE distributed design for high scalability. This method is preferable over self-signed certificate.

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SEC0030 - ISE 1.1 Node Registration with Self-Signed Certificate

The video demonstrates how to register a Policy Service node to a primary Admin node using self-signed certificate. The same process applies to registering a secondary Admin node. This step is required when implementing an ISE distributed design for high scalability. The other option is to use trusted CA-signed certificate, which will be looked at in a separate video.

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SEC0029 - Windows 2008 CA User and Computer Certificate Auto-Enrollment

The video walks you through steps to deploy user and computer digital certificates from Windows 2008 Certificate Authority (CA) server through auto-enrollment and Group Policy. This method allows you to automatically distribute certificates to your Windows users, which is very effective for a large scale security deployment that requires either or both user and machine authentication using client-based certificate such as EAP-TLS. This lab assumes you have existing Windows certificate server and Active Directory (AD) infrastructure.

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SEC0027 - ASA Remote Access IPSec VPN with Pre-Shared Key and Certificate

The video demonstrates configuration of remote access IPSec VPN with Windows software client on Cisco ASA firewall. We will look at both simple pre-shared key authentication as well as using client certificate. The client is placed behind a NAT router to demonstrate the significance of NAT Transparency, and compare it to raw IPSec, IPSec over UDP and IPSec over TCP. The order of precedence on encapsulation types will be investigated when they are all enabled simultaneously. 

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