This course is designed to help you learn the CCNA Security VPN topics. In this course, you'll be introduced to VPN concepts including IPSec and SSL encryptions. You'll learn about the building blocks of a VPN policy and configure VPN on the Cisco ASA and Cisco IOS routers. You will configure both site-to-site as well as remote-access VPN in this course and learn how to test and verify.
Remote Access VPN And hello again, and welcome to Remote Access VPNs. I'm Brandon Carroll, and we have been working with the Game On Networks, which is a fictitious company that we've been using for this course to kind of build us up through the ranks of implementing VPN for a customer, and so we're going to extend the functionality that we saw in a previous module where we created a site-to-site VPN for Game On Networks. We're now going to extend that functionality to allow remote access VPN for people on the outside. That's right, the remote workers. So let's do a little bit of an overview of what we'll see in this module, sort of the progression that we're going to take. Well first of all, we're going to talk about SSL and IPsec and do a little comparison and then we'll get into some of the nuts and bolts of SSL and talk about what it is used for, how many people often view it, and how it's actually used for quite a bit more than what sort of the average person sees. So we're going to talk about that and get into the components that we would see in a remote access solution, and then we'll get a nice introduction to remote access VPN configuration of how to set that up. And specifically, as we work with this remote access VPN, we're going to talk about what's called full tunnel connectivity and we're going to configure the Cisco AnyConnect client to connect in. We'll talk about how we would install that on a host and that type of thing. So we've got quite a bit ahead of us and so let's go ahead now and jump into a little bit of an overview of how we can establish remote access sessions.