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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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SEC0234 - FTD 6.1 Device Registration and Smart Licensing (Part 1)

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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SEC0233 - FTD 6.1 NGFWv and NGIPSv Device Installation (Part 2)

The video walks you through an installation process of Cisco NGFWv (aka FTDv) and Cisco NGIPSv on VMware ESXi server. We will install NGFWv in our lab server environment in a sensor mode, while NGIPSv will be installed on Cisco UCS-E at a branch site. Devices will be initialized and ready for further configuration in future videos.
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SEC0233 - FTD 6.1 NGFWv and NGIPSv Device Installation (Part 1)

The video walks you through an installation process of Cisco NGFWv (aka FTDv) and Cisco NGIPSv on VMware ESXi server. We will install NGFWv in our lab server environment in a sensor mode, while NGIPSv will be installed on Cisco UCS-E at a branch site. Devices will be initialized and ready for further configuration in future videos.
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SEC0232 - FTD 6.1 Firepower Device Manager - Configuration (Part 4)

The video shows you how to configure Cisco FTD 6.1 using Firepower Device Manager for some of the most commonly use functions to allow inbound and outbound traffic. We will configure Network Address Translation  (NAT), Access Control, Intrusion Policy, File Policy, Application Control, URL Filtering, Geolocation, and Identity Rule. Each function will be tested and validated.
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