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WL0058 - 9800 WLC L3 Security Local Web Auth Portal (Part 3)

The video shows you how to enable Local Web Authentication (LWA) on Cisco 9800 WLC. We will create a guest SSID that is protected by web authentication, and look at different configuration aspects including portal customization, installation of trusted certificate, and pre-auth ACL and URL. The lab finishes with a discussion around HTTPS redirect.
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WL0058 - 9800 WLC L3 Security Local Web Auth Portal (Part 2)

The video shows you how to enable Local Web Authentication (LWA) on Cisco 9800 WLC. We will create a guest SSID that is protected by web authentication, and look at different configuration aspects including portal customization, installation of trusted certificate, and pre-auth ACL and URL. The lab finishes with a discussion around HTTPS redirect.
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WL0058 - 9800 WLC L3 Security Local Web Auth Portal (Part 1)

The video shows you how to enable Local Web Authentication (LWA) on Cisco 9800 WLC. We will create a guest SSID that is protected by web authentication, and look at different configuration aspects including portal customization, installation of trusted certificate, and pre-auth ACL and URL. The lab finishes with a discussion around HTTPS redirect.
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RS0162 - SD-WAN Zone-Based Firewall (Part 3)

The video shows how to configure Zone-Based Firewall in Cisco SD-WAN. We will cover the basic of ZBFW and its configuration components before getting into use-case scenarios of using ZBFW to restrict guest internet access, as well as traffic within and across different VPN to help further enforce security policy in an SD-WAN deployment.
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RS0162 - SD-WAN Zone-Based Firewall (Part 2)

The video shows how to configure Zone-Based Firewall in Cisco SD-WAN. We will cover the basic of ZBFW and its configuration components before getting into use-case scenarios of using ZBFW to restrict guest internet access, as well as traffic within and across different VPN to help further enforce security policy in an SD-WAN deployment.
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RS0162 - SD-WAN Zone-Based Firewall (Part 1)

The video shows how to configure Zone-Based Firewall in Cisco SD-WAN. We will cover the basic of ZBFW and its configuration components before getting into use-case scenarios of using ZBFW to restrict guest internet access, as well as traffic within and across different VPN to help further enforce security policy in an SD-WAN deployment.
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RS0159 - SD-WAN VPN Segmentation (Part 3)

The video shows you how to achieve traffic segmentation using VPN in Cisco SD-WAN. We will look at different aspect of VPN route advertisement and an ability to control them using VPN membership. The second half of the video covers two ways to allow inter-VPN communication using VPN route import and export, and traffic matching with data policy.
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RS0159 - SD-WAN VPN Segmentation (Part 2)

The video shows you how to achieve traffic segmentation using VPN in Cisco SD-WAN. We will look at different aspect of VPN route advertisement and an ability to control them using VPN membership. The second half of the video covers two ways to allow inter-VPN communication using VPN route import and export, and traffic matching with data policy.
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RS0159 - SD-WAN VPN Segmentation (Part 1)

The video shows you how to achieve traffic segmentation using VPN in Cisco SD-WAN. We will look at different aspect of VPN route advertisement and an ability to control them using VPN membership. The second half of the video covers two ways to allow inter-VPN communication using VPN route import and export, and traffic matching with data policy.
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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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