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SEC0264 - FlexVPN with FVRF and IVRF (Part 3)

The video introduces you to the concept of Frontdoor and Inside VRF on Cisco FlexVPN. Using FVRF and IVRF, you will be able to isolate both tunnel termination interface and decapsulated tunneled traffic for enhanced security and simplified WAN routing. We will shows you two different way for assigning IVRF: statically and via RADIUS attribute. 
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SEC0264 - FlexVPN with FVRF and IVRF (Part 2)

The video introduces you to the concept of Frontdoor and Inside VRF on Cisco FlexVPN. Using FVRF and IVRF, you will be able to isolate both tunnel termination interface and decapsulated tunneled traffic for enhanced security and simplified WAN routing. We will shows you two different way for assigning IVRF: statically and via RADIUS attribute. 
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SEC0264 - FlexVPN with FVRF and IVRF (Part 1)

The video introduces you to the concept of Frontdoor and Inside VRF on Cisco FlexVPN. Using FVRF and IVRF, you will be able to isolate both tunnel termination interface and decapsulated tunneled traffic for enhanced security and simplified WAN routing. We will shows you two different way for assigning IVRF: statically and via RADIUS attribute. 
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WL0033 - WLC Mobility Anchor (Part 2)

The video demonstrates the concept of Mobility Anchor for guest users on Cisco Wireless LAN Controller. We will extend our knowledge of mobility tunnel, foreign and anchor controllers, from the last video to securely segregate guest traffic into DMZ. The second half of the video shows you how to configure Cisco ISE to operate with the anchor WLC in the DMZ to provide guest login portal without allowing guest traffic into internal network.
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WL0033 - WLC Mobility Anchor (Part 1)

The video demonstrates the concept of Mobility Anchor for guest users on Cisco Wireless LAN Controller. We will extend our knowledge of mobility tunnel, foreign and anchor controllers, from the last video to securely segregate guest traffic into DMZ. The second half of the video shows you how to configure Cisco ISE to operate with the anchor WLC in the DMZ to provide guest login portal without allowing guest traffic into internal network.
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SP0030 - MPLS Multicast VPN (Part 3)

The video introduces you to Cisco MPLS multicast VPN. We will first go through some theories behind the technology to give you a big picture of configuration steps that will be involved and familiarize you with essential terminologies. The configuration begins at global multicast, of which we will use Source-Specific Multicast (SSM), and followed by Default-MDT and Data-MDT configuration. During configuration, we will provide tips and point out anything that you might need to pay attention to. We will be testing using both Dense and Sparse modes at the client sites. Wireshark packet capture will be performed throughout this lab to help you place the theories into practice, and understand the structure of the multicast packets.

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SP0030 - MPLS Multicast VPN (Part 2)

The video introduces you to Cisco MPLS multicast VPN. We will first go through some theories behind the technology to give you a big picture of configuration steps that will be involved and familiarize you with essential terminologies. The configuration begins at global multicast, of which we will use Source-Specific Multicast (SSM), and followed by Default-MDT and Data-MDT configuration. During configuration, we will provide tips and point out anything that you might need to pay attention to. We will be testing using both Dense and Sparse modes at the client sites. Wireshark packet capture will be performed throughout this lab to help you place the theories into practice, and understand the structure of the multicast packets.

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SP0030 - MPLS Multicast VPN (Part 1)

The video introduces you to Cisco MPLS multicast VPN. We will first go through some theories behind the technology to give you a big picture of configuration steps that will be involved and familiarize you with essential terminologies. The configuration begins at global multicast, of which we will use Source-Specific Multicast (SSM), and followed by Default-MDT and Data-MDT configuration. During configuration, we will provide tips and point out anything that you might need to pay attention to. We will be testing using both Dense and Sparse modes at the client sites. Wireshark packet capture will be performed throughout this lab to help you place the theories into practice, and understand the structure of the multicast packets.

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SP0025 - MPLS 6VPE (Part 2)

The video demonstrates an ability to support multiple IPv6 client networks across Cisco IPv4 MPLS VPN. We will show the similarity to the regular MPLS VPN and go over configurations changes that you need to make to the VRF definition and address-family type in order to support VPNv6 routes. For simplicity, we will use static routes for our PE-CE routing in this lab.

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SP0025 - MPLS 6VPE (Part 1)

The video demonstrates an ability to support multiple IPv6 client networks across Cisco IPv4 MPLS VPN. We will show the similarity to the regular MPLS VPN and go over configurations changes that you need to make to the VRF definition and address-family type in order to support VPNv6 routes. For simplicity, we will use static routes for our PE-CE routing in this lab.

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