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RS0154 - SD-WAN ACL FW and Traffic Engineering (Data) (Part 4)

The video shows you a use of Centralized Data Policy in Cisco SD-WAN to implement traffic control and engineering. We will apply access-control based on IP, protocol, port, and application to limit communication between our SD-WAN sites. To demonstrate traffic engineering, we will use remote TLOC and local color to reroute traffic. We finish off with failover testing to see how traffic engineering behaves when there is a failure in the network.
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RS0154 - SD-WAN ACL FW and Traffic Engineering (Data) (Part 3)

The video shows you a use of Centralized Data Policy in Cisco SD-WAN to implement traffic control and engineering. We will apply access-control based on IP, protocol, port, and application to limit communication between our SD-WAN sites. To demonstrate traffic engineering, we will use remote TLOC and local color to reroute traffic. We finish off with failover testing to see how traffic engineering behaves when there is a failure in the network.
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RS0154 - SD-WAN ACL FW and Traffic Engineering (Data) (Part 2)

The video shows you a use of Centralized Data Policy in Cisco SD-WAN to implement traffic control and engineering. We will apply access-control based on IP, protocol, port, and application to limit communication between our SD-WAN sites. To demonstrate traffic engineering, we will use remote TLOC and local color to reroute traffic. We finish off with failover testing to see how traffic engineering behaves when there is a failure in the network.
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RS0154 - SD-WAN ACL FW and Traffic Engineering (Data) (Part 1)

The video shows you a use of Centralized Data Policy in Cisco SD-WAN to implement traffic control and engineering. We will apply access-control based on IP, protocol, port, and application to limit communication between our SD-WAN sites. To demonstrate traffic engineering, we will use remote TLOC and local color to reroute traffic. We finish off with failover testing to see how traffic engineering behaves when there is a failure in the network.
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RS0150 - SD-WAN TLOC Extension (Part 3)

The video shows you how to use TLOC Extension to achieve path redundancy without having direct access to underlay transport in Cisco SD-WAN. We start by going over the concept of TLOC Extension before going through template configuration to allow our dual router setup to have access to both MPLS and internet.
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RS0150 - SD-WAN TLOC Extension (Part 2)

The video shows you how to use TLOC Extension to achieve path redundancy without having direct access to underlay transport in Cisco SD-WAN. We start by going over the concept of TLOC Extension before going through template configuration to allow our dual router setup to have access to both MPLS and internet.
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RS0150 - SD-WAN TLOC Extension (Part 1)

The video shows you how to use TLOC Extension to achieve path redundancy without having direct access to underlay transport in Cisco SD-WAN. We start by going over the concept of TLOC Extension before going through template configuration to allow our dual router setup to have access to both MPLS and internet.
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RS0128 - SDA Wireless Non-Fabric Mode (Part 2)

The video shows you how to configure non-fabric (aka Over-The-Top) wireless on Cisco DNAC. We will use DNAC to provision enterprise 802.1x wireless as well as guest with Central Web Auth (CWA) to authenticate against Cisco ISE. We will configure IP-Based ACL on DNAC to restrict network access on wireless client.
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RS0128 - SDA Wireless Non-Fabric Mode (Part 1)

The video shows you how to configure non-fabric (aka Over-The-Top) wireless on Cisco DNAC. We will use DNAC to provision enterprise 802.1x wireless as well as guest with Central Web Auth (CWA) to authenticate against Cisco ISE. We will configure IP-Based ACL on DNAC to restrict network access on wireless client.
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SEC0243 - FTD 6.1 Prefilter Policy (Part 3)

The video introduces you to Pre-filter policy on Cisco FTD 6.1. We will demonstrate how prefilter policy can be used in addition to a regular access control rule to allow (Fastpath) or drop traffic and prevent them from further processing. The second half of the videos takes you through another feature called Tunnel Rule that allows FTD to analyze unencrypted tunnel traffic.
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