Cisco SVPN (300-730) for CCNP Security

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Cisco SVPN (300-730) for CCNP Security

Author: Martin Brown

These courses delve into the specialty network security topic, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). These courses cover everything you need to know about implementing VPNs for Cisco... Read more

What you will learn

  • Architecting cisco secure communications
  • Securing network communication with Cisco VPNs
  • Enabling remote access with Cisco VPNs

Pre-requisites

Viewers should be familiar with basic network security as well as networking fundamentals knowledge equivalent to Cisco CCNA certification.

Cisco SVPN (300-730) for CCNP Security

These courses delve into the specialty network security topic, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). These courses cover everything you need to know about implementing VPNs for Cisco networks. You’ll cover how VPNs impact secure communications, network architectures, and troubleshooting. By the end of this path, you’ll be confident in your ability to implement secure solutions using VPNs.

In addition, the courses in this path align with the objectives for the Cisco SVPN (300-730) exam and can help you prepare for the exam. The SVPN exam is one of the options out of the concentration exams list for CCNP Security certification.

Architecting Cisco Secure Communications

by Martin Brown

Jan 9, 2020 / 2h

2h

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Description

The value of data has increased substantially over the past few years with attackers capturing data or downloading it from compromised databases and selling it on the black market. Firewalls do their best to keep attackers out but what about protecting data that's being transmitted across an untrusted network such as the internet? This is exactly what VPNs were designed for. In this course, Architecting Cisco Secure Communications, you will not only learn about the different types of site-to-site and remote access VPNs available for organisations to use but you will also learn about the different components that come together to make up the different VPN solutions. First, you will explore site-to-site VPNs, starting with IPSec VPNs and moving onto GETVPNs and DMVPNs. Next, you will go through remote access VPNs including VPNs that can be accessed anywhere from any laptop or workstation without a client installed. Finally, you will learn how IPSec encryption keys are securely exchanged between VPN peers. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Cisco VPNs needed to determine the best VPN type of a given scenario.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview
  2. Identifying Site-to-site VPNs
  3. Understanding Remote Access VPNs
  4. Designing Site-to-site and Remote Access VPN Solutions

Securing Network Communication with Cisco VPNs

by Martin Brown

Apr 2, 2020 / 2h 57m

2h 57m

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Description

Cisco offers a number of different VPN solutions and whilst choosing the correct one based on your requirements is important, it is also very important to know how to configure, maintain, and troubleshoot your chosen VPN solution. In this course, Securing Network Communication with Cisco VPNs, you will learn how to configure four different site-to-site VPNs on Cisco Routers and ASAs. First, you will go through the setup of a basic point to point IPSec VPN. Next, you will move on to configuring full mesh GETVPNs, DMVPNs, and FlexVPNs. When you are finished with course, you will not only be able to understand the process of configuring VPNs in order to protect sensitive data that may be traversing across most types of network, but you will also have the skills and knowledge to use relevant show commands and debugs in order to troubleshoot issues with your site to site VPN.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview
  2. Configuring IPSec VPNs
  3. Implementing GETVPNs
  4. Enabling DMVPNs
  5. Configuring FlexVPNs
  6. Troubleshooting Site-to-site VPNs

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Enabling Remote Access with Cisco VPNs

Coming Soon

by Martin Brown