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The Cisco ASA is an Industry leading Firewall used by, Small Business, Enterprises and Service Providers to protect Internal Network from attackers and Hackers. The Cisco ASA adaptive security appliance is widely deployed and in use at leading enterprises and service providers worldwide.

If you want hands-on practice on ASA Core, then look no further. This course is for two days, filled with intensive hands on labs, where you will master specialized in-depth expertise and proven knowledge of the recommended best practices in designing, implementing, maintaining, and troubleshooting network security solutions, using the Cisco ASA adaptive security appliance using the new ASA 9.x features.

Once we have finished building the configuration, you get lots of hands-on practice in how to manage it. Apart from learning how to write and manage Access Control Lists, setting up different kinds of VPNs, a DMZ, you will have practice with a lot more. From backing-up and restoring your configuration files and the firewall’s operating system image to setting up centralized logging with a syslog server. practice configuring login banners. You will also gain experience with VPNs including Lan 2 Lan (Site-to-site), remote access VPN (AnyConnect), and a clientless VPN (Web). You will create a DMZ with a print server or a Web server. You will configure local usernames and privilege levels, plus you’ll practice using Active Directory for authentication. You’ll set up a DHCP server for automatic address assignment.

Who should attend

This Cisco training Bootcamp can help prepare attendees for real world as well as professional certification by Cisco including the CCNP Security certification. It would be also useful for the following:

  • Anyone who implements and maintains Cisco ASA firewalls
  • Network security technicians and specialists
  • CCNP Security certification Candidates

Jobs Demand Trends for Cisco ASA Specialist

The chart below depics a 3-month moving average for salaries quoted in permanent IT jobs for Cisco ASA Specialist within the UK. Their average salary is £50,000 (source: itjobswatch.co.uk).

Cisco ASA over the 3 months to 7 December 2016

Bootcamp Objectives

  • Evaluate ASA Adaptive Security Appliance
  • Identify the ASA product family
  • Bootstrap the ASA security firewall
  • Prepare the ASA for configuration via ASDM
  • Prepare the security appliance for Network Integration
  • Manage Basic Networking Settings on the ASA
  • Use object groups to simplify ACL complexity and maintenance
  • Use the Modular Policy Framework to provide unique policies to specific data flows
  • Handle advanced protocols with application inspection
  • Configure Access Control Features on the ASA
  • Configure auto and manual network address translation (NAT)
  • Configure access policy based on the Global Access Control List (ACL)
  • Configure access policy based on interface ACLs
  • Deep packet inspection of application layer traffic
  • Troubleshoot with TCP ping, Syslog, Packet Tracer, and packet capture
  • Configure access control based on authenticated users
  • Configure ASA Routing Features
  • Deploy Application Access in ASA Clientless SSL VPN
  • Configure Active/Standby High Availability on ASA
  • Configure Multiple Security Contexts on ASA
  • Configure the security appliance to run in transparent firewall mode
  • Monitor and manage an installed security appliance

Cisco ASA course Prerequisites

A solid understanding of basic networking and security concepts such as routing, switching, layer 3 filtering is essential. Attendees should meet the following prerequisites:

  • Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification or equivalent knowledge or experience.

Course Duration

  • Two Days
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Course Curriculum

Day 1
Understanding Firewall Fundamentals 01:00:00
Module 2:Backing Up and Restoring Configurations and Software Images 01:00:00
Module 3: Sending Logging Output to a Syslog Server 00:30:00
Module 4: Remote Management Options 01:00:00
Module 5: Configuring Logon Banners, Usernames, and Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA) 01:00:00
Day 2
Module 6: Configuring the Appliance as a DHCP Server 01:00:00
Module 7: Access-Control Lists 01:00:00
Module 8: Virtual Private Networking (VPNs) 02:02:00
Module 9: DMZs (De-Militarized Zones) 01:00:00
Module 10: Filtering Content 01:00:00
Module 11: Configuring Transparent Mode 01:00:00

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