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SEC0017 - ASA EZVPN with Pre-Shared Key & Certificate

The video walks you through configuration of Easy VPN (EZVPN) with Pre-shared key and certificate authentication on a Cisco headend ASA firewall. The hardware client router is running Client Mode and configured to automatically connect using a locally stored credential. This video is a counterpart of SEC0015 and SEC0016 with the headend router. Here we introduce the concept of 'group-policy' and 'tunnel-group' that are unique to the ASA, while most crypto command syntax is very similar to those on a router.

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SEC0016 - Router EZVPN with Certificate

The video walks you through configuration of Easy VPN (EZVPN) with Certificate authentication on a Cisco headend router. The hardware client router is running Client Mode and configured to automatically connect. Headend router already has a certificate installed through SCEP (See SEC0014 - Certificate Installation on Router and ASA), while we demonstrate a manual certificate import on the hardware client. XAuth can also be enabled concurrently, although we have XAuth disabled in this lab. 

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SEC0015 - Router EZVPN with Pre-Shared Key and XAuth

The video walks you through configuration of Easy VPN (EZVPN) with Pre-shared key authentication on a Cisco headend router. The hardware client router is running Client Mode and configured to automatically connect using a locally stored credential. We demonstrate unique characteristics of Client mode where connections can only be initiated from the remote client as the client router performs PAT to the source IP. Any resources local to the client is inaccessible from the headend side.

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SEC0013 - DMVPN DHCP Tunnel Support

The video presents an alternative to assigning IP address to DMVPN spoke tunnel interface using a centralized DHCP server. We look at this feature in a dual-hub environment, point out some routing caveats with return DHCP packet to the router acting as a relay agent, and a quick resolution.

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SEC0012 - DMVPN NHS Cluster and Recovery Backup

The video demonstrates another method of achieving redundancy in your DMVPN deployment using NHS cluster and recovery backup feature. We look at how routing and EIGRP neighbor adjacency changes when a spoke registers to one or more NHS at a time in the same cluster, and observe the failover behavior. This feature provides a good compromise between failover time and routing simplicity.

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SEC0005 - DMVPN Interesting Traffic and Per-Tunnel QoS

The first half of the video shows you how to specify an interesting traffic that will cause a DMVPN spoke-to-spoke tunnel to be initiated, and utilized. In the second half, we will look at an ability to configure per-tunnel QoS from hub to spokes using NHRP group.

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SEC0004 - DMVPN Redundancy - Dual Hub Single Cloud

The video shows you how to build a redundant DMVPN network with dual-hub dual-cloud design. The failover capability is provided by routing protocol. With EIGRP chosen for demonstration in this video, we show how to perform a simple tweak in the routing metric to solve potential asymmetrical routing. The video concludes with failover testing and shows that spoke-to-spoke traffic is not interrupted upon a Hub failure.

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SEC0003 - DMVPN Redundancy - Dual Hub Dual Cloud

The video shows you how to build a redundant DMVPN network with dual-hub dual-cloud design. The failover capability is provided by routing protocol. With EIGRP chosen for demonstration in this video, we show how to perform a simple tweak in the routing metric to solve potential asymmetrical routing. The video concludes with failover testing and shows that spoke-to-spoke traffic is not interrupted upon a Hub failure.

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SEC0002 - DMVPN Phase 3 - Hierarchy and Summarization

The video demonstrates another benefit of DMVPN Phase 3. We look at how DMVPN operates when a large network is partitioned into hierarchical regions for scalability and still maintain the capability of creating spoke-to-spoke tunnels. The video also points out some configuration pitfalls with the NHRP network id and tunnel key.

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SEC0001 - DMVPN Phase 1 and 2

The video extends our previous knowledge on NHRP (see videos RS0015, RS0016) by adding IPSec and form DMVPN. We walk through the crypto configuration and point out the specific to support dynamic IPSec tunnel creation for spoke-to-spoke communication. DMVPN is one of the most popular forms of WAN connectivity over internet due to the low configuration requirement and ability to allow additional sites to be brought up with minimal effort, without modifying the Hub configuration.

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