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SEC0254 - FlexVPN L2L with Certificate (Part 3)

The video walks you through process of configuring Cisco site-to-site FlexVPN using certificate authentication. We will begin with certificate enrolment on the routers using both manual and SCEP method. We will modify the configuration from the previous lab to certificate authentication. We will conclude with certificate revocation check testing using OCSP.
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SEC0254 - FlexVPN L2L with Certificate (Part 2)

The video walks you through process of configuring Cisco site-to-site FlexVPN using certificate authentication. We will begin with certificate enrolment on the routers using both manual and SCEP method. We will modify the configuration from the previous lab to certificate authentication. We will conclude with certificate revocation check testing using OCSP.
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SEC0254 - FlexVPN L2L with Certificate (Part 1)

The video walks you through process of configuring Cisco site-to-site FlexVPN using certificate authentication. We will begin with certificate enrolment on the routers using both manual and SCEP method. We will modify the configuration from the previous lab to certificate authentication. We will conclude with certificate revocation check testing using OCSP.
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SEC0215 - ISE 2.0 Meraki MDM with AnyConnect VPN (Part 2)

The video shows an integration between Cisco ISE 2.0 and Meraki System Manager to provide client-based certificate authentication and mobile device posture assessment to AnyConnect VPN client. The configuration covers both ASA and ISE. The goal is to demonstrate an ability to provide consistent network access experience over VPN as we saw over wireless in the previous video.
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SEC0215 - ISE 2.0 Meraki MDM with AnyConnect VPN (Part 1)

The video shows an integration between Cisco ISE 2.0 and Meraki System Manager to provide client-based certificate authentication and mobile device posture assessment to AnyConnect VPN client. The configuration covers both ASA and ISE. The goal is to demonstrate an ability to provide consistent network access experience over VPN as we saw over wireless in the previous video.
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SEC0213 - ISE 2.0 Internal CA SCEP with AnyConnect VPN (Part 2)

The video shows you how to configure Cisco ISE 2.0 internal CA as a SCEP server for AnyConnect VPN client to obtain a certificate. We will go through basic configuration of ASA AnyConnect VPN to enable SCEP proxy. A test certificate request will be performed over VPN. Afterwards, we will configure the ASA to perform client certificate validity check using OCSP.

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SEC0213 - ISE 2.0 Internal CA SCEP with AnyConnect VPN (Part 1)

The video shows you how to configure Cisco ISE 2.0 internal CA as a SCEP server for AnyConnect VPN client to obtain a certificate. We will go through basic configuration of ASA AnyConnect VPN to enable SCEP proxy. A test certificate request will be performed over VPN. Afterwards, we will configure the ASA to perform client certificate validity check using OCSP.

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SEC0134 - SSL VPN AnyConnect Secure Mobility SCEP Proxy (Part 2)

The video shows you how to configure SCEP proxy on Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility to help VPN clients remotely obtain an identity certificate without allowing client to communicate directly to an internal Certificate Authority (CA) server. We will also show you how to solve the problem of how to select a correct certificate for VPN authentication when VPN client possesses multiple identity certificate using Certificate Matching feature. A basic working knowledge of certificate and SCEP is recommended before viewing this video.
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SEC0134 - SSL VPN AnyConnect Secure Mobility SCEP Proxy (Part 1)

The video shows you how to configure SCEP proxy on Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility to help VPN clients remotely obtain an identity certificate without allowing client to communicate directly to an internal Certificate Authority (CA) server. We will also show you how to solve the problem of how to select a correct certificate for VPN authentication when VPN client possesses multiple identity certificate using Certificate Matching feature. A basic working knowledge of certificate and SCEP is recommended before viewing this video.
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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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