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Cisco SENSS (300-206) for CCNP Security

Author: Brandon Carroll

This learning path covers the knowledge a network security engineer needs to to configure and implement security on Cisco network perimeter edge devices such as a Cisco switch,... Read more

SENSS (300-206)

This learning path covers the knowledge a network security engineer needs to to configure and implement security on Cisco network perimeter edge devices such as a Cisco switch, Cisco router, and Cisco ASA firewall. These courses can help you prepare for the Cisco SENSS (300-206) exam.

Secure Design Principles for CCNP Security (300-206) SENSS

by Brandon Carroll

Jan 2, 2015 / 2h 13m

2h 13m

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Secure network design is an integral part of today's networks. As threats continue to develop, our network designs must factor in the latest security components and capabilities. This course covers Cisco security architectures and solutions while preparing CCNP Security candidates in the process. Each module covers a different aspect of network security design, including tools and documentation available today, and an overview of the Cisco TrustSec solution.

Table of contents
  1. Course Introduction21m
  2. Network Security Zoning18m
  3. Cisco Modular Network Architecture42m
  4. Cisco SecureX Architecture21m
  5. Cisco TrustSec Solution29m

Network Infrastructure Protection for CCNP Security (300-206) SENSS

by Brandon Carroll

Apr 8, 2015 / 6h 21m

6h 21m

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The network infrastructure is critical to enterprise businesses today. If compromised, business processes cease to function resulting in great expense, loss of reputation, and countless other effects over time. This course teaches one how to secure the network infrastructure on Cisco IOS router and Cisco Adaptive Security Appliances (ASA). This course also covers topics and objectives of the CCNP Security (300-206) SENSS exam.

Table of contents
  1. Getting Started9m
  2. Introduction to Network Infrastructure Protection50m
  3. Control Plane Security for Cisco IOS44m
  4. Configuring CPPr and Routing Protocol Security33m
  5. Management Plane Security for Cisco IOS1h 7m
  6. Management Plane Security for Cisco ASA47m
  7. Cisco Traffic Telemetry Methods55m
  8. IOS L2 Data Plane Security47m
  9. IOS L3 Data Plane Security24m

Cisco ASA NAT for CCNP Security (300-206) SENSS

by Brandon Carroll

May 1, 2015 / 3h 7m

3h 7m

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Description

This course is part 3 of 6 in the Cisco CCNP Security (300-206) SENSS exam learning path and covers the ins and outs of Network Address Translation (NAT) on the Cisco ASA. In this course, the viewer will learn how NAT functions on the Cisco ASA as well as the NAT order of operations. Learners will work through a Statement of Work (SOW) in a real world example of what a customer engagement might involve. You’ll learn how to configure Static and Dynamic Auto NAT and Port Address Translation (PAT), Static and Dynamic Manual NAT and PAT. You’ll also learn how to configure Twice NAT and when it would be most appropriate to use this feature.

Table of contents
  1. Getting Started12m
  2. NAT Components and Types22m
  3. Configuring Static NAT with Object NAT25m
  4. Configuring Dynamic NAT and PAT with Network Object NAT37m
  5. Introduction to Manual NAT27m
  6. Configuring Dynamic NAT with Manual NAT33m
  7. Configuring Twice NAT with Manual NAT18m
  8. Course Summary9m

Cisco IOS NAT for CCNP Security (300-206) SENSS

by Brandon Carroll

May 15, 2015 / 1h 57m

1h 57m

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NAT and PAT are simply a part of every network today. As a network security administrator you must understand how to configure and verify the various NAT types and also determine when these would be appropriate. This course will teach you the essentials of NAT and PAT, and also how to troubleshoot NAT when things don't work. This course will also help to prepare you for the 300-206 SENSS exam, which is part of the Cisco CCNP Security.

Table of contents
  1. Course Introduction and NAT Overview17m
  2. Configuring Static NAT and PAT for Cisco IOS34m
  3. Configuring Dynamic NAT and PAT for Cisco IOS34m
  4. Troubleshooting NAT24m
  5. Course Summary6m

ASA Threat Control for CCNP Security (300-206) SENSS

by Brandon Carroll

Jul 15, 2015 / 3h 30m

3h 30m

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Description

With networks under attack these days, its important to think ahead with firewall policy and implement control in such a way that your attack surface is limited. This course will walk you through how to deploy various forms of threat control on the Cisco ASA. In doing so, you will also cover important material that is required as part of the Cisco CCNP Security, 300-206, SENSS exam. This exam must be scheduled and taken at a Pearson VUE test center.

Table of contents
  1. Introduction to ASA Threat Control15m
  2. ASA Object Groups17m
  3. Cisco ASA access-lists18m
  4. Cisco ASA L3-4 Modular Policy Framework55m
  5. Cisco ASA L5-7 Modular Policy Framework40m
  6. Botnet Traffic Filtering18m
  7. Identity-based Firewall Policies38m
  8. Course Summary5m

Cisco IOS Threat Control for CCNP Security (300-206) SENSS

by Brandon Carroll

Aug 6, 2015 / 3h 13m

3h 13m

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There are many appliances that are designed to prevent a network from attack; however, many overlook the capabilities of Cisco IOS. Cisco IOS routers support Zone-based firewall features that allow stateful filtering from L3 to L7 of the OSI model. In this course, you will learn how to configure and control the Cisco IOS ZBFW while also covering important topics of the 300-206 SENSS exam.

Table of contents
  1. Introduction to IOS Threat Control11m
  2. Zone Pairs18m
  3. L3-4 Interzone Policy49m
  4. L3-4 Intrazone Policy13m
  5. Self Zone Inspection16m
  6. Tuning ZBFW33m
  7. L7 Inspection and URL Filtering43m
  8. Course Summary7m

What you will learn

  • Threat Defense
  • Cisco Security Device GUIs and Secured CLI Management
  • Management Services on Cisco Devices
  • Troubleshooting, Monitoring, and Reporting Tools
  • Threat Defense Architectures
  • Security Components and Considerations

Pre-requisites

Learners should have a foundational understanding of networking principles. It’s recommended that viewers have watched our CCNA Security path or have knowledge equivalent to what’s covered in Cisco’s CCNA Security certification.