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DC0032 - ACI Service Graph - PBR FW (Part 2)

The video shows yet another way to perform device service insertion on Cisco ACI using PBR. We will experiment with various setup while having traffic between EPGs redirected to a FTD device. The goal is to demonstrate the flexibility of PBR option compared to the traditional service insertion we covered in the previous videos.
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DC0032 - ACI Service Graph - PBR FW (Part 1)

The video shows yet another way to perform device service insertion on Cisco ACI using PBR. We will experiment with various setup while having traffic between EPGs redirected to a FTD device. The goal is to demonstrate the flexibility of PBR option compared to the traditional service insertion we covered in the previous videos.
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DC0031 - ACI Service Graph - Unmanaged FW (Part 3)

The video continues to look at Service Graph in Cisco ACI, and show you how to insert a firewall between EPGs. We will be configuring unmanaged firewalls in two different mode; Go-To and Go-Through, using Cisco FTD. We will be exploring with more complex topologies not only with EPG-to-EPG but also EPG-to-L3Out. At the end, we will be experimenting with uSeg EPG.
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DC0031 - ACI Service Graph - Unmanaged FW (Part 2)

The video continues to look at Service Graph in Cisco ACI, and show you how to insert a firewall between EPGs. We will be configuring unmanaged firewalls in two different mode; Go-To and Go-Through, using Cisco FTD. We will be exploring with more complex topologies not only with EPG-to-EPG but also EPG-to-L3Out. At the end, we will be experimenting with uSeg EPG.
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DC0031 - ACI Service Graph - Unmanaged FW (Part 1)

The video continues to look at Service Graph in Cisco ACI, and show you how to insert a firewall between EPGs. We will be configuring unmanaged firewalls in two different mode; Go-To and Go-Through, using Cisco FTD. We will be exploring with more complex topologies not only with EPG-to-EPG but also EPG-to-L3Out. At the end, we will be experimenting with uSeg EPG.
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SEC0285 - ISE 2.2 PassiveID and pxGrid (Part 4)

The video shows how you can use PassiveID feature on Cisco ISE 2.2 to gather user-to-IP mapping information with or without having 802.1X deployed. There are various methods available for Providers and we will go through example for each one. Cisco Firepower Management Center will be used as a subscriber to validate that the user information is successfully obtained and published.
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SEC0285 - ISE 2.2 PassiveID and pxGrid (Part 3)

The video shows how you can use PassiveID feature on Cisco ISE 2.2 to gather user-to-IP mapping information with or without having 802.1X deployed. There are various methods available for Providers and we will go through example for each one. Cisco Firepower Management Center will be used as a subscriber to validate that the user information is successfully obtained and published.
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SEC0285 - ISE 2.2 PassiveID and pxGrid (Part 2)

The video shows how you can use PassiveID feature on Cisco ISE 2.2 to gather user-to-IP mapping information with or without having 802.1X deployed. There are various methods available for Providers and we will go through example for each one. Cisco Firepower Management Center will be used as a subscriber to validate that the user information is successfully obtained and published.
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SEC0285 - ISE 2.2 PassiveID and pxGrid (Part 1)

The video shows how you can use PassiveID feature on Cisco ISE 2.2 to gather user-to-IP mapping information with or without having 802.1X deployed. There are various methods available for Providers and we will go through example for each one. Cisco Firepower Management Center will be used as a subscriber to validate that the user information is successfully obtained and published.
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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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