Course Introduction

This course provides you with the hands-on practice on ASA. This training is intended to train network security engineers working on the ASA Adaptive Security Appliance to execute core Cisco ASA features, new ASA 9.0 and 9.1 features. After completing this course, students will be able to deploy Application Access in ASA Clientless SSL VPN

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SASAC - Implementing Core Cisco ASA Security v1.0

  • ASA/Firepower Introduction
  • ASA/Firepower Installing
  • ASA/Firepower System and Health Policies
  • ASA/Firepower Object Management
  • ASA/Firepower IPS Policies
  • ASA/Firepower File Policies
  • ASA/Firepower Access Control Policies
  • ASA/Firepower Access Control Policies Part 2
  • ASA/Firepower Network Discovery Policy
  • ASA/Firepower Network Discovery Policy Part 2
  • ASA/Firepower Reporting
  • ASA/Firepower Event Analysis
  • ASA/Firepower Snort Preprocessors
  • ASA/Firepower Correlation Policies
  • ASA/Firepower Correlation Policies Part 2

• Firewall Technologies
• Cisco ASA Features
• Cisco ASA Hardware
• Cisco ASA Licensing Options
• Cisco ASA Licensing Requirements

• Managing the Cisco ASA Boot Process
• Managing the Cisco ASA Using the CLI
• Managing the Cisco ASA Using Cisco ASDM
• Navigating Basic Cisco ASDM Features
• Managing the Cisco ASA Basic Upgrade
• Managing Cisco ASA Security Levels
• Configuring and Verifying Basic Connectivity Parameters
• Configuring and Verifying Interface VLANs
• Configuring a Default Route
• Configuring and Verifying the Cisco ASA Security Appliance DHCP Server
• Troubleshooting Basic Connectivity

• NAT on Cisco ASA Security Appliances
• Configuring Object (Auto) NAT
• Configuring Manual NAT
• Tuning and Troubleshooting NAT on the Cisco ASA
• Connection Table and Local Host Table
• Configuring and Verifying Interface ACLs
• Configuring and Verifying Global ACLs
• Configuring and Verifying Object Groups
• Configuring and Verifying Public Servers
• Configuring and Verifying Other Basic Access Controls
• Static Routing
• Dynamic Routing
• EIGRP Configuration and Verification
• Multicast Support

• Cisco MPF Overview
• Configuring and Verifying Layer 3 and Layer 4 Policies
• Configuring and Verifying a Policy for Management Traffic
• Layer 5 to Layer 7 Policy Control Overview
• Configuring and Verifying HTTP Inspection
• Configuring and Verifying FTP Inspection
• Supporting Other Layer 5 to Layer 7 Applications

• VPN Definition
• VPN Types
• VPN Components
• Cisco ASA VPN Policy Configuration
• Cisco ASA Connection Profiles
• Cisco ASA Group Policies
• Cisco ASA VPN AAA and External Policy Storage
• Cisco ASA User Attributes
• Access Control Methods
• VPN Accounting Using External Servers
• Dynamic Access Policy for SSL VPN
• Using PKI
• Provisioning Server-Side Certificates on the Cisco ASA Adaptive Security Appliance
• CA Servers
• Deploying Client-Based Certificate Authentication
• Enable Certificate Authentication in Connection Profile
• Configuring Certificate-to-Connection Profile Mappings

• Cisco Clientless SSL VPN
• Cisco Clientless SSL VPN Use Cases
• Cisco Clientless SSL VPN Resource Access Methods
• Secure Sockets Layer and Transport Layer Security
• SSL Session Setup and Key Management
• SSL Server Authentication
• SSL Client Authentication
• SSL Transmission Protection
• Basic Cisco Clientless SSL VPN
• Server Authentication in Basic Clientless SSL VPN
• Client-side Authentication in Basic Clientless SSL VPN
• Clientless SSL VPN URL Entry and Bookmarks• Basic Access Control for Clientless SSL VPN
• Disabling Content Rewriting
• Basic Clientless SSL VPN Configuration Tasks
• Basic Clientless SSL VPN Configuration Scenario
• Configuring Basic Cisco Clientless SSL VPN
• Cisco Clientless SSL VPN Application Access Overview
• Application Plug-Ins
• Configuring Application Plug-ins
• Troubleshooting Clientless SSL VPN Application Plug-Ins
• Smart Tunnels
• Client-side Authentication Options
• Client-side Authentication and Authorization Using AAA Server
• Double Client-side Authentication Using AAA Servers

• Basic Cisco AnyConnect SSL VPN
• SSL VPN Clients Authentication
• SSL VPN Clients IP Address Assignment
• SSL VPN Split Tunneling
• Enable AnyConnect SSL VPN
• Define IP Address Pool
• Configure Identity NAT
• Configure Group Policy
• Configure Group Policy: Split Tunneling
• Configure Connection Profile
• Monitor AnyConnect VPN on Client
• Monitor AnyConnect VPN on Server
• Cisco AnyConnect SSL VPN Solution Components
• DTLS Overview
• Parallel DTLS and TLS Tunnels
• Configure DTLS
• Verify DTLS
• Cisco AnyConnect Client Configuration Management
• Managing Cisco AnyConnect Software from Cisco ASA
• Cisco AnyConnect Client Operating System Integration Options
• Deploying Cisco AnyConnect Trusted Network Detection
• Cisco AnyConnect Start Before Logon
• Deploying Cisco AnyConnect Start Before Logon
• Cisco AnyConnect Advanced Authentication Scenarios
• Certificate-Based Server Authentication
• Client Enrollment Methods

• Configuring and Verifying EtherChannel
• Configuring and Verifying Redundant Interfaces
• Configuring Cisco ASA Active / Standby Failover High Availability
• Tuning and Managing Active / Standby Failover
• Remote Command Execution
• Multiple-Context Mode
• Configuring Security Contexts
• Configuring and Verifying Resource Management

Cisco Certified Network Associate (200-301 CCNA) is recommended before.

Networking, System and security professionals involved in the management, configuration, administration, and monitoring of Security devices used to secure their organizations’ networks should attend this course.

Cisco ASA course in Bangalore by CloudSynergy

The Cisco ASA is a very popular firewall that is used by millions of businesses all over the world to protect their networks against unauthorised access and a wide range of sophisticated assaults. When used in conjunction with the SSM-AIP (Advanced Instruction Prevention module), the Cisco ASA can not only filter traffic based on access-lists, but also inspect application layer traffic and enforce security policies based on signature attacks such as SQL Injections, Worms, Mal-ware, and even certain types of SPAM.

The Cisco ASA training course in Bangalore is a security device that performs deep packet inspection to safeguard your network(s) from unauthorised access. The Cisco ASA training performs a variety of activities, including enforcing access control lists, randomising source port numbers, and ensuring protocol compliance. Engineers Good knowledge and abilities in the ASA firewall are in high demand and preferred by all enterprises.

The Cisco ASA training course in Bangalore provided by CloudSynergy will provide in-depth information and comprehension of the ASA firewall’s operation and implementation in a network. You will be able to deploy, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot complicated security settings on an ASA firewall after completing this course. Students interested in participating in this training programme should be familiar with TCP/IP addressing and routing, switching, common network vocabulary, internetworking ideas, CCNA R&S, and an understanding of how routers and routing protocols work. Excellent knowledge of IGPs such as RIP, OSPF, and EIGRP.

This is the most advanced networking solution that will provide you with the necessary exposure via Cisco’s powerful ASA firewall technology. The networking help that you will receive here is not like the rest of it, and it deals with VPN SSL security and firewalls.

The CCNA R&S certification is a prerequisite for taking this course. This is not an official declaration, but CloudSynergy and all training facilities normally want it because candidates cannot receive the thing unless they have this certification.

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