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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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RS0129 - SDA Wireless Guest (Part 3)

The video shows two ways that you can design guest fabric-enabled wireless on Cisco DNAC. The first method is treat guest like any other VN and have traffic exit regular border node. The second method is to have guest traffic tunnelled to a dedicated guest border node in a DMZ. We will take Wireshark packet capture and perform analysis. The video ends with demonstration that anchored guest traffic is also applicable to wired guest.
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RS0129 - SDA Wireless Guest (Part 2)

The video shows two ways that you can design guest fabric-enabled wireless on Cisco DNAC. The first method is treat guest like any other VN and have traffic exit regular border node. The second method is to have guest traffic tunnelled to a dedicated guest border node in a DMZ. We will take Wireshark packet capture and perform analysis. The video ends with demonstration that anchored guest traffic is also applicable to wired guest.
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RS0129 - SDA Wireless Guest (Part 1)

The video shows two ways that you can design guest fabric-enabled wireless on Cisco DNAC. The first method is treat guest like any other VN and have traffic exit regular border node. The second method is to have guest traffic tunnelled to a dedicated guest border node in a DMZ. We will take Wireshark packet capture and perform analysis. The video ends with demonstration that anchored guest traffic is also applicable to wired guest.
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RS0126 - SDA Access Policy with TrustSec (Part 3)

The video shows you how to configure network segmentation using Policy on Cisco DNAC. We will go through different segmentation scenarios both for traffic within and between Virtual Network, all of which leveraging the underlying technology of Cisco TrustSec and Scalable Group Tag (SGT). We will also demonstrate how to continue to use SGT to enforce security beyond SDA fabric.
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RS0126 - SDA Access Policy with TrustSec (Part 2)

The video shows you how to configure network segmentation using Policy on Cisco DNAC. We will go through different segmentation scenarios both for traffic within and between Virtual Network, all of which leveraging the underlying technology of Cisco TrustSec and Scalable Group Tag (SGT). We will also demonstrate how to continue to use SGT to enforce security beyond SDA fabric.
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