Cisco Core Security: Describing and Configuring VPNs

by Craig Stansbury

VPNs secure business traffic over the unprotected internet. Learn how to deploy either site-to-site VPNs using Cisco routers, or remote access VPNs using an ASA, or FTD.

What you'll learn

The internet is an insecure way of transmitting confidential information, but dedicated circuits can be very expensive. In this course, Cisco Core Security: Describing and Configuring VPNs, you will gain the ability to understand and deploy various types of VPNs. First, you will learn about cryptography components, and how to configure cryptography on Cisco devices. Next, you will discover how to deploy various site-to-site VPNs using Cisco routers. Finally, you will explore how to configure a headend device to accept remote access VPNs using either Cisco’s Adaptive Security Appliance or Firepower Threat Defense. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of cryptography needed to deploy various types of VPNs.

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About the author

Craig has over 10 years of IT experience, including working on Palo Alto Firewalls, Cisco Routes and Switches, Microsoft Servers, and VMWare ESXi. Craig started in IT in the United States Marine Corps and began teaching his Marines all the design and implementation concepts that they needed to know. He loves when his students have the "lightbulb moment" and are able to understand the concepts he is teaching them. Aside from teaching, Craig also owns a business that consults with enterprises to h... more

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