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350-701: Implementing and Operating Cisco Security Core Technologies

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Curriculum for 350-701 Certification Video Course

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Play Video: Cisco Certification Updates - FEB 2020
1. Cisco Certification Updates - FEB 2020
11:00
Play Video: Cisco Re-Certifications
2. Cisco Re-Certifications
1:00
Play Video: CCNP Certifications
3. CCNP Certifications
1:00
Play Video: CCIE Certifications
4. CCIE Certifications
2:00
Play Video: Cisco Certification Migration Options
5. Cisco Certification Migration Options
6:00
Play Video: CCNP Required Exams
6. CCNP Required Exams
3:00
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Play Video: CCNP Security Certifications
1. CCNP Security Certifications
7:00
Play Video: CCNP SCOR - 350-701
2. CCNP SCOR - 350-701
1:00
Play Video: SCOR 350-701 Contents
3. SCOR 350-701 Contents
7:00
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Play Video: Network Security Terminology
1. Network Security Terminology
6:00
Play Video: Goals of Network Security
2. Goals of Network Security
10:00
Play Video: Threat Types - Mitigation
3. Threat Types - Mitigation
9:00
Play Video: Assets - Classification of Assets
4. Assets - Classification of Assets
6:00
Play Video: Classify Counter Measures
5. Classify Counter Measures
4:00
Play Video: Classify Vulnerabilities
6. Classify Vulnerabilities
2:00
Play Video: Network Security - Design Principles
7. Network Security - Design Principles
10:00
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Play Video: Motivations behind Network Attacks
1. Motivations behind Network Attacks
3:00
Play Video: Social Engineering Attacks
2. Social Engineering Attacks
4:00
Play Video: Phishing Attacks
3. Phishing Attacks
4:00
Play Video: Social Engineering Attacks
4. Social Engineering Attacks
4:00
Play Video: Denial of Service Attacks - DoS
5. Denial of Service Attacks - DoS
5:00
Play Video: Distributed Denial of Service Attakcs - DDoS
6. Distributed Denial of Service Attakcs - DDoS
4:00
Play Video: Spoofing Attacks
7. Spoofing Attacks
4:00
Play Video: Spoofing Attacks - Mitigation
8. Spoofing Attacks - Mitigation
4:00
Play Video: Man in the Middle Attacks -MiTM
9. Man in the Middle Attacks -MiTM
2:00
Play Video: Password Attacks
10. Password Attacks
5:00
Play Video: Password Attacks - Mitigation
11. Password Attacks - Mitigation
4:00
Play Video: Reflector Attacks
12. Reflector Attacks
2:00
Play Video: Amplification Attacks
13. Amplification Attacks
2:00
Play Video: Reconnaissance Attacks
14. Reconnaissance Attacks
5:00
Play Video: Reconnaissance Attacks - Mitigation
15. Reconnaissance Attacks - Mitigation
2:00
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Play Video: Malicious Codes - VIRUS
1. Malicious Codes - VIRUS
2:00
Play Video: Malicious Codes - WORMS
2. Malicious Codes - WORMS
1:00
Play Video: Malicious Codes - TROJAN HORSES
3. Malicious Codes - TROJAN HORSES
1:00
Play Video: Hacking
4. Hacking
1:00
Play Video: Hackers - Script Kiddies
5. Hackers - Script Kiddies
1:00
Play Video: Malware Service - DARKNET
6. Malware Service - DARKNET
1:00
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Play Video: AAA - Network Security
1. AAA - Network Security
11:00
Play Video: Cisco Telemetry Services
2. Cisco Telemetry Services
4:00
Play Video: Firewall
3. Firewall
8:00
Play Video: Intrusion Prevention System - IPS
4. Intrusion Prevention System - IPS
4:00
Play Video: Virtual Private Networks
5. Virtual Private Networks
4:00
Play Video: Next Generation Firewalls
6. Next Generation Firewalls
6:00
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Play Video: Cisco Lab Options
1. Cisco Lab Options
8:00
Play Video: About GNS3
2. About GNS3
4:00
Play Video: Installing GNS3 - Windows
3. Installing GNS3 - Windows
7:00
Play Video: GNS3 - IOS Images
4. GNS3 - IOS Images
6:00
Play Video: Default Topology - GNS3 - IOS initial Configs
5. Default Topology - GNS3 - IOS initial Configs
5:00
Play Video: IOS Default Topology
6. IOS Default Topology
9:00
Play Video: GNS3 Topology-HOST Computer
7. GNS3 Topology-HOST Computer
6:00
Play Video: GNS3 - VMware Setup
8. GNS3 - VMware Setup
9:00
Play Video: GNS3 - IOSv L2-L3
9. GNS3 - IOSv L2-L3
6:00
Play Video: GNS3 - ASAv Setup
10. GNS3 - ASAv Setup
4:00
Play Video: GNS3 - IOU-L2-L3
11. GNS3 - IOU-L2-L3
3:00
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Play Video: Network Infrastructure Protection
1. Network Infrastructure Protection
5:00
Play Video: Identify Network Device Planes
2. Identify Network Device Planes
2:00
Play Video: Data Plane
3. Data Plane
6:00
Play Video: Control Plane
4. Control Plane
3:00
Play Video: Management Plane
5. Management Plane
3:00
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Play Video: Inband Vs OutBand Management
1. Inband Vs OutBand Management
7:00
Play Video: Remote Access - TELNET
2. Remote Access - TELNET
6:00
Play Video: Remote Access - SSH
3. Remote Access - SSH
9:00
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Play Video: Cisco Telemetry Services
1. Cisco Telemetry Services
4:00
Play Video: Device- Network Events Logging
2. Device- Network Events Logging
10:00
Play Video: Syslog - Terminal Logging
3. Syslog - Terminal Logging
7:00
Play Video: Network Time Protocol
4. Network Time Protocol
7:00
Play Video: NTP Stratum Value
5. NTP Stratum Value
4:00
Play Video: NTP Configuration - LAB
6. NTP Configuration - LAB
9:00
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Play Video: Control Plane Security - Possible Threats
1. Control Plane Security - Possible Threats
9:00
Play Video: Routing Protocol Authentication
2. Routing Protocol Authentication
12:00
Play Video: Control Plane Policing - CoPP
3. Control Plane Policing - CoPP
7:00
Play Video: Class-Map - Policy Map - Hierarchy
4. Class-Map - Policy Map - Hierarchy
5:00
Play Video: CoPP - Configuration Examples
5. CoPP - Configuration Examples
12:00
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Play Video: Switch Security - Overview
1. Switch Security - Overview
2:00
Play Video: Disable Unused Ports
2. Disable Unused Ports
1:00
Play Video: Dynamic Trunking Protocol - DTP
3. Dynamic Trunking Protocol - DTP
8:00
Play Video: DTP Vulnerabilities - Mitigation
4. DTP Vulnerabilities - Mitigation
2:00
Play Video: VLAN Hopping Attacks - Mitigation
5. VLAN Hopping Attacks - Mitigation
5:00
Play Video: Cisco Discovery Protocol - CDP
6. Cisco Discovery Protocol - CDP
18:00
Play Video: Link Layer Discovery Protocol - LLDP
7. Link Layer Discovery Protocol - LLDP
3:00
Play Video: CDP- LLDP Vulnerabilities - Mitigation
8. CDP- LLDP Vulnerabilities - Mitigation
2:00
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Play Video: MAC Flooding Attack - Port Security
1. MAC Flooding Attack - Port Security
12:00
Play Video: MAC Spoofing Attack - Port Security
2. MAC Spoofing Attack - Port Security
7:00
Play Video: Port Security - Configuration
3. Port Security - Configuration
11:00
Play Video: Spanning Tree Port Fast
4. Spanning Tree Port Fast
7:00
Play Video: Native VLAN
5. Native VLAN
8:00
Play Video: DHCP Spoofing Attack - DHCP Spoofing
6. DHCP Spoofing Attack - DHCP Spoofing
8:00
Play Video: DHCP Snooping - Configuration
7. DHCP Snooping - Configuration
16:00
Play Video: DHCP Starvation Attack - Mitigation
8. DHCP Starvation Attack - Mitigation
2:00
Play Video: ARP Spoofing Attack - DAI
9. ARP Spoofing Attack - DAI
12:00
Play Video: Dynamic ARP Inspection - Configuration
10. Dynamic ARP Inspection - Configuration
12:00
Play Video: Protected Ports- Private VLAN Edge
11. Protected Ports- Private VLAN Edge
3:00
Play Video: Private VLAN
12. Private VLAN
9:00
Play Video: Private VLAN - Configuration
13. Private VLAN - Configuration
5:00
Play Video: Private VLAN - LAB
14. Private VLAN - LAB
20:00
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Play Video: What is Firewall
1. What is Firewall
8:00
Play Video: Statefull Packet Filtering
2. Statefull Packet Filtering
8:00
Play Video: Stateless Packet Filtering
3. Stateless Packet Filtering
4:00
Play Video: Application Level Gateways - Proxy Servers
4. Application Level Gateways - Proxy Servers
5:00
Play Video: Next Generation Firewalls
5. Next Generation Firewalls
6:00
Play Video: FIrewall Vendors in Market
6. FIrewall Vendors in Market
6:00
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Play Video: Cisco Statefull Firewalls - IOS - ASA
1. Cisco Statefull Firewalls - IOS - ASA
3:00
Play Video: ASA Supported Features _ PART1
2. ASA Supported Features _ PART1
9:00
Play Video: ASA Supported Features _ PART2
3. ASA Supported Features _ PART2
11:00
Play Video: ASS Compare Models
4. ASS Compare Models
7:00
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Play Video: Manage Cisco CLI - ASA - GUI
1. Manage Cisco CLI - ASA - GUI
3:00
Play Video: Basic CLI Modes - Commands
2. Basic CLI Modes - Commands
4:00
Play Video: ASA Security Levels
3. ASA Security Levels
10:00
Play Video: ASA Interface Configurations
4. ASA Interface Configurations
5:00
Play Video: ASA Security Policies - Default
5. ASA Security Policies - Default
11:00
Play Video: ASA Routing
6. ASA Routing
5:00
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Play Video: ASA ACls - Overview
1. ASA ACls - Overview
9:00
Play Video: ASA ACLS - Basic Example
2. ASA ACLS - Basic Example
7:00
Play Video: Traffic Between Same Security Levels
3. Traffic Between Same Security Levels
3:00
Play Video: ACL Object Groups
4. ACL Object Groups
10:00
Play Video: ACL Object Groups - LAB
5. ACL Object Groups - LAB
12:00
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Play Video: PRivate IP - Public IP
1. PRivate IP - Public IP
5:00
Play Video: What is NAT ?
2. What is NAT ?
3:00
Play Video: NAT Types
3. NAT Types
6:00
Play Video: Dynamic NAT - on ASA
4. Dynamic NAT - on ASA
10:00
Play Video: Dynamic PAT- ASA
5. Dynamic PAT- ASA
5:00
Play Video: Dynamic PAT - with Exit interface
6. Dynamic PAT - with Exit interface
5:00
Play Video: Dynamic NAT-PAT Combination
7. Dynamic NAT-PAT Combination
2:00
Play Video: Static NAT - ASA
8. Static NAT - ASA
12:00
Play Video: Static PAT- ASA
9. Static PAT- ASA
11:00
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Play Video: IOS - Zone Based Firewall
1. IOS - Zone Based Firewall
3:00
Play Video: ZBF - Configuration Overview
2. ZBF - Configuration Overview
4:00
Play Video: ZBF - Security Zones
3. ZBF - Security Zones
3:00
Play Video: ZBF - Default Flow
4. ZBF - Default Flow
3:00
Play Video: Class-Map - Policy Map - Hierarchy
5. Class-Map - Policy Map - Hierarchy
5:00
Play Video: ZBF - Classify Traffic using Class-Maps
6. ZBF - Classify Traffic using Class-Maps
6:00
Play Video: ZBF- Class-map Configuration
7. ZBF- Class-map Configuration
5:00
Play Video: ZBF - POlicy Map - Zone Pairs
8. ZBF - POlicy Map - Zone Pairs
11:00
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Play Video: What is Cryptography
1. What is Cryptography
3:00
Play Video: Goals of Cryptography
2. Goals of Cryptography
3:00
Play Video: Hashing-How it Works
3. Hashing-How it Works
3:00
Play Video: Hashing with HMAC
4. Hashing with HMAC
3:00
Play Video: What is Encryption - Decryption
5. What is Encryption - Decryption
1:00
Play Video: Encryption Algorithms - Symmetric vs Assymetric
6. Encryption Algorithms - Symmetric vs Assymetric
5:00
Play Video: Cryptanalysis - Attacks
7. Cryptanalysis - Attacks
4:00
Play Video: Asymmetric Encryption - Drawbacks
8. Asymmetric Encryption - Drawbacks
3:00
Play Video: Public Key Infrastructure - PKI
9. Public Key Infrastructure - PKI
4:00
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Play Video: Virutal Private Network - Introduction
1. Virutal Private Network - Introduction
5:00
Play Video: VPN Types - Site to Site / Remote Access
2. VPN Types - Site to Site / Remote Access
4:00
Play Video: VPN Logical Topologies
3. VPN Logical Topologies
1:00
Play Video: VPN Default Lab Setup - Routers
4. VPN Default Lab Setup - Routers
5:00
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Play Video: What is IPSec ?
1. What is IPSec ?
3:00
Play Video: IPsec Security Services
2. IPsec Security Services
7:00
Play Video: IPSec Modes - Tunnel vs Transport
3. IPSec Modes - Tunnel vs Transport
5:00
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Play Video: How IPsec VPN Works
1. How IPsec VPN Works
5:00
Play Video: Step-1 - Interesting Traffic
2. Step-1 - Interesting Traffic
3:00
Play Video: Step-2 IKE Phase-1
3. Step-2 IKE Phase-1
8:00
Play Video: Step-3 - IKE Phase 2
4. Step-3 - IKE Phase 2
9:00
Play Video: IKE Phase 2 - Configuration/ Verification
5. IKE Phase 2 - Configuration/ Verification
7:00
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Play Video: Remote Access VPN
1. Remote Access VPN
3:00
Play Video: What is SSL-TLS
2. What is SSL-TLS
3:00
Play Video: How SSL-TLS Works
3. How SSL-TLS Works
8:00
Play Video: What is SSL VPN
4. What is SSL VPN
4:00
Play Video: SSL VPN - Modes
5. SSL VPN - Modes
6:00
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Play Video: AAA - Network Security
1. AAA - Network Security
11:00
Play Video: AAA - Components
2. AAA - Components
4:00
Play Video: AAA Protocols - TACACS - RADIUS
3. AAA Protocols - TACACS - RADIUS
8:00
Play Video: AAA- Cisco Authentication Servers
4. AAA- Cisco Authentication Servers
4:00
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Play Video: AAA Authentication - Device Access
1. AAA Authentication - Device Access
3:00
Play Video: Authentication Local database
2. Authentication Local database
10:00
Play Video: AAA External Servers
3. AAA External Servers
3:00
Play Video: Authentication - External server (TACACS)
4. Authentication - External server (TACACS)
12:00
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Play Video: Authorization - Device Access
1. Authorization - Device Access
3:00
Play Video: IOS Privilege Levels
2. IOS Privilege Levels
9:00
Play Video: Local Authorization using Privilege Levels
3. Local Authorization using Privilege Levels
14:00
Play Video: IOS Privilege Levels _ Limitations
4. IOS Privilege Levels _ Limitations
5:00
Play Video: Role based CLI Access - RBAC
5. Role based CLI Access - RBAC
6:00
Play Video: RBAC Views - Types
6. RBAC Views - Types
4:00
Play Video: RBAC Views - LAB1
7. RBAC Views - LAB1
10:00
Play Video: Modify RBAC Views - LAB 2
8. Modify RBAC Views - LAB 2
4:00
Play Video: Modify RBAC Views - LAB 3
9. Modify RBAC Views - LAB 3
6:00
Play Video: RBAC - Super Views
10. RBAC - Super Views
5:00
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Play Video: Web Access - Possible Threats
1. Web Access - Possible Threats
4:00
Play Video: Web Based Attacks-
2. Web Based Attacks-
5:00
Play Video: Web Attack Examples
3. Web Attack Examples
10:00
Play Video: Web Security Solutions
4. Web Security Solutions
5:00
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Play Video: Cisco Web Security - WSA-CWS
1. Cisco Web Security - WSA-CWS
5:00
Play Video: What is WSA ?
2. What is WSA ?
9:00
Play Video: WSA- HOw it Works
3. WSA- HOw it Works
5:00
Play Video: WSA Deployment Modes
4. WSA Deployment Modes
6:00
Play Video: WSA models - Physical -Virtual Appliance
5. WSA models - Physical -Virtual Appliance
5:00
Play Video: WSA Licensing Options
6. WSA Licensing Options
7:00
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Play Video: Email Based Threats
1. Email Based Threats
2:00
Play Video: Cisco Email Security Appliance - ESA
2. Cisco Email Security Appliance - ESA
3:00
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Play Video: Intrusion Prevention System - IPS
1. Intrusion Prevention System - IPS
3:00
Play Video: IDS vs IPS
2. IDS vs IPS
2:00
Play Video: Host Based IPS vs Network Based IPS
3. Host Based IPS vs Network Based IPS
6:00
Play Video: IPS Deployment Modes - INline vs Promiscious
4. IPS Deployment Modes - INline vs Promiscious
3:00
Play Video: Cisco IPS Solutions
5. Cisco IPS Solutions
5:00
Play Video: IPS Threat Detection Methods
6. IPS Threat Detection Methods
7:00
Play Video: IPS Signature Alarm Types
7. IPS Signature Alarm Types
3:00
Play Video: IPS Signature Actions
8. IPS Signature Actions
3:00
Play Video: IPS Evasion Methods - CounterMeasures
9. IPS Evasion Methods - CounterMeasures
6:00
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Play Video: What is Network Management
1. What is Network Management
8:00
Play Video: Past-Present Methods of Network Mangement- PART 1
2. Past-Present Methods of Network Mangement- PART 1
14:00
Play Video: Past-Present Methods of Network Mangement- PART 2
3. Past-Present Methods of Network Mangement- PART 2
7:00
Play Video: SNMP- Simple Network Mangement Protocol
4. SNMP- Simple Network Mangement Protocol
18:00
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Play Video: Challenges - Traditional Management
1. Challenges - Traditional Management
11:00
Play Video: Network Automation - Goals
2. Network Automation - Goals
16:00
Play Video: Types of Network Automation
3. Types of Network Automation
6:00
Play Video: What can be Automated - PART 1
4. What can be Automated - PART 1
12:00
Play Video: What can be Automated - PART 2
5. What can be Automated - PART 2
9:00
Play Video: Impact of Network Automation
6. Impact of Network Automation
8:00
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Play Video: Automation Origination Points
1. Automation Origination Points
8:00
Play Video: SDN - Software Defined Networking
2. SDN - Software Defined Networking
15:00
Play Video: SDN Controllers
3. SDN Controllers
9:00
Play Video: Networks Managed by SDN Controllers
4. Networks Managed by SDN Controllers
13:00
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Play Video: Management Plane
1. Management Plane
3:00
Play Video: SDN-Management Plane
2. SDN-Management Plane
7:00
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Play Video: SDN - Imperative Model
1. SDN - Imperative Model
5:00
Play Video: SDN - Declarative Model
2. SDN - Declarative Model
7:00
Play Video: SDN - Network Design Requirments
3. SDN - Network Design Requirments
9:00
Play Video: UNderlaY Networks
4. UNderlaY Networks
7:00
Play Video: Overlay Networks
5. Overlay Networks
7:00
Play Video: SDN Fabric
6. SDN Fabric
6:00
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Play Video: Application Programming Interface - API
1. Application Programming Interface - API
11:00
Play Video: API Types
2. API Types
4:00
Play Video: API - With SDN Networks
3. API - With SDN Networks
9:00
Play Video: NorthBound API
4. NorthBound API
9:00
Play Video: SouthBound API
5. SouthBound API
8:00
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Play Video: Cisco DevNet
1. Cisco DevNet
5:00
Play Video: DevNet Certifications
2. DevNet Certifications
5:00
Play Video: DevNet Sandbox
3. DevNet Sandbox
6:00
Play Video: DevNet Sandbox LABS
4. DevNet Sandbox LABS
8:00
Play Video: Sandbox LAB Access - Reservations
5. Sandbox LAB Access - Reservations
3:00
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Play Video: Cisco DNA Center
1. Cisco DNA Center
16:00
Play Video: DNA Center Appliance
2. DNA Center Appliance
4:00
Play Video: DNA Center- What can do - PART 1
3. DNA Center- What can do - PART 1
11:00
Play Video: DNA Center- What can do - PART 2
4. DNA Center- What can do - PART 2
13:00
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Play Video: Web Service API
1. Web Service API
8:00
Play Video: Web Service API - Commonly Used
2. Web Service API - Commonly Used
8:00
Play Video: REST API
3. REST API
8:00
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Play Video: Config Management Tools
1. Config Management Tools
6:00
Play Video: Config Management Tools - Capabilities
2. Config Management Tools - Capabilities
9:00
Play Video: Master-Agent
3. Master-Agent
6:00
Play Video: Agent Based vs Agentless
4. Agent Based vs Agentless
7:00
Play Video: Push-Pull Model
5. Push-Pull Model
10:00
Play Video: Configuration Files
6. Configuration Files
5:00
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Play Video: PUPPET - Config MGMT Tool
1. PUPPET - Config MGMT Tool
3:00
Play Video: PUPPET-Master Agent Database
2. PUPPET-Master Agent Database
3:00
Play Video: PUPPET - Manifest
3. PUPPET - Manifest
5:00
Play Video: PUPPET-Module-Forge
4. PUPPET-Module-Forge
6:00
Play Video: PUPPET-Agent- Agentless
5. PUPPET-Agent- Agentless
3:00
Play Video: PUPPET-PULL Model Steps
6. PUPPET-PULL Model Steps
4:00
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Play Video: CHEF- Config MGMT Tool
1. CHEF- Config MGMT Tool
6:00
Play Video: CHEF- Terminology
2. CHEF- Terminology
7:00
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Play Video: ANSIBLE- COnfig MGMT Tool
1. ANSIBLE- COnfig MGMT Tool
8:00
Play Video: ANSIBLE- Control Station
2. ANSIBLE- Control Station
3:00
Play Video: ANSIBLE- PlayBook-Inventory
3. ANSIBLE- PlayBook-Inventory
5:00
Play Video: ANSIBLE- Templates-Variables
4. ANSIBLE- Templates-Variables
7:00
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Play Video: API Data Formats
1. API Data Formats
8:00
Play Video: JSON Overview
2. JSON Overview
8:00
Play Video: JSON Data Types
3. JSON Data Types
7:00
Play Video: JSON Syntax Rules
4. JSON Syntax Rules
3:00
Play Video: JSON Data Interpretation
5. JSON Data Interpretation
7:00

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Virtual Labs - GNS3 Setup

10. GNS3 - ASAv Setup

Also simulate the ASAP firewalls, which is a Cisco asa firewall, by using some ASAP virtual ASA images. Again, on the gymnastics website you'll see some documentation which will show you how to do this setup. Now, in Asav, you also need to have two files. One is the appliance file. So you can download that from the GNS Three website itself via this link. So this is a file as a GNS Three appliance file. And then you also need to have the Asav images. So again, this is something you can download from the Cisco official website. If you have a partner login, you can integrate this image inside the GNSThree to run the ASA file or any other virtual application.

So the next thing is to repeat the same steps. What is the RAM requirement? You need to allocate some RAM for the other VMs, like two GB of RAM. And these are the image files that you need to run. So when you click on this link, it will redirect to the Cisco website where you can log in and download the images. So these are the supported images. You can see the list here and the steps are almost the same as I showed in the iOS v. You go to the file and then import the appliance, and then you have to select that image. Now, this image has to be theASAP genus, the image that was downloaded again, because the steps are the same. So genus three has the same steps for IOSV, whether it is L Two or L Three or even for the ASAP. So again, follow the same steps here. It will show you this as a firewall, as an asfirewall option here. And then we run with Jesus VM and then the same steps. And here you need to select the ASA ASA options, so let me show you in my genesis here. So you need to simply go to the file andimport appliance so it goes to the download page. You need to select this Asav image.

It will show the ACV here and click Next and it will run only on the VM. So select that option. After that, it will show that there is an issue with the VM. So let me just quickly fix it. So you can see that my gymnastics is now running because it was not running when it first started, I believe. So you can see it says "Next" and you have a big list of files. So you need to select whichever image you have. And then you can simply say "Import." You can probably probably import the specific images here. Or if you don't have the image, if you have any other version of the image, you need to select the version and you need to give it a name. Let's say I have some version like nine two, and you can select nine two, and now you need to upload here. So you need to select the specific versions and then you need to either import or download. The import option will redirect to your computerfile whereas the download option will actually redirect to the website, Cisco website we can say. So once you select this again, the same process you have to click on next. It takes some time to import, but then you're done. And once you're done, you will probably see the ASA files generally in the list here. So I don't have ASA, but once it is done, you'll see the ASA files.

11. GNS3 - IOU-L2-L3

You can also simulate some other devices, like the IOU program. This IOU is probably actually iOS over Unix. It's a version of iOS compiled inside the Linux program, which is faster as well as lighter than the other emulation programs. Again, gymnastics will not provide you with the images or licences, and I don't even provide them in general. So this is just a tutorial to get some ideas on how to use the IU images. Again, these IOU images can be either layer two or layer three, which allows you to submit the switching as well as the routing options. So this is primarily something used by Cisco for internal testing. Most of the CCI Lab exams will be tested on these images. So it's an IOU for the Linux you need to run. You need to use something called a Linux VM to use it. And probably here again, I'm assuming that your GNS three is already preconfigured with the integration with GNS three VM, similar to the other options. So you need a highway licence file. This licence file is actually a Notepad file, which you need to link inside the GNS three to use it. Again, this is not a real licence, but it will be in a similar format. So you need to save this file. It's a notepad file inside. If you go to Edit and Preferences, you will see an option for iOS or Unix. So you probably need to save this file here. And once you save this licence file, you need to add the IYU image. Again, assuming that you have an IOU image, you can probably go here IU devices and add a new device. And then you need to select, like when you select new, it will ask you the server options. And this only works with a GNS 03:00. P.m., probably that option. And click next. Then, if you already have the IV images, you must browse and select the image from your computer, and then click Finish. So, depending upon the Ivy image, what we use.

Network Infrastructure Protection

1. Network Infrastructure Protection

Okay, in this video we'll try to understand what network infrastructure is and what the key areas we need to focus on providing some network infrastructure protection. So, first and foremost, let's talk about network infrastructure protection. Network infrastructure structure primarily consists of network devices such as routers, switches, and firewalls, as well as the cables that connect devices, servers, and devices. So most companies rely on network infrastructure to run their business because enterprise business completely relies heavily on this network infrastructure, which can be exposed to different types of threads. Let's take an example.

There is an attacker who is trying to deduce some attack on your network and that is going to impact the performance of your network. For some reason, if the network goes down, or maybe your server goes down when the user is trying to access the specific services, it will not be accessible, which is going to impact the business. So the network infrastructure deals with the devices or the devices, networking devices or the computers, which include things like application systems which are running on the different devices like workstations, servers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. It can also deal with other devices like routers, VYP devices, or maybe some firewalls, or maybe some wireless LAN controllers or access points. It also includes things like the data which is stored on your storage devices or maybe the data which is moving on the network and also the users. So these are all things we collectively require as a network infrastructure, and it's really important to make sure that your network infrastructure is up and running all the time. So, in order to provide some protection to our network infrastructure, we must ensure that users can access the resources in our network. So, like I said already, all enterprise businesses rely completely on the network infrastructure and there are different types of attacks that can occur on your network. It could be internal attacks where a user inside your company is attempting to introduce malicious traffic or gain unauthorized access, or it could be attacks coming from the outside network, the internet, and the same thing attempting to access some information on your network or sending malicious traffic into a network. So we need to make sure that the network infrastructure is up and running 99.99%of the time and to protect your network. So we need to focus on some of the key areas, like we need to secure the infrastructure devices, which are used by the end users, like PCs, or the end points, as we call them, or any of the end devices' installed applications.

This needs to be secured. Apart from that, we also need to make sure that your routing infrastructure is also secured, because you've got some routers and there's a possibility that an attacker tries to introduce some attacks on the router. And we need to make sure that this router is secured with some security features and also the switching infrastructure, just like you're connecting your land. So in my land, we've got some devices here. There is probably a possibility that all internal threats may be coming from intel users. So we can implement some security features on the switches to prevent some of the internal layout attacks. And also, we need to make sure that we are running some network telemetry services like NTP, to have a proper synchronous time or generate some system logs, run some kind of SNMP. And we also need to implement some services to make your network or to monitor your network generally. And also something like device resiliency and survivability. Now, this device's resiliency and survivability is nothing. But, in general, how well are your network devices able to withstand an attack? Because if an attack occurs on your network, and if your network is not able to survive that attack, then it can shut your network down or maybe the users will not be able to access the resources, which can impact the enterprise business. So the main thing here is that we need to understand the network infrastructure. That's what we're trying to understand, network infrastructure.

2. Identify Network Device Planes

Here. So the first thing we'll try to understand is something called SDN planes. Now, if you take any device with a router switch or a firewall, they basically have their own functionality. They do a specific job. Of course, the router will forward traffic between different networks. And to do that, it has to build a routing table. It has to run the routing protocol. You implement some ACOs on that to restrict the traffic. There are plenty of things you do in that. There are plenty of things you do in the functionality of the devices or dividend to different segments or different components, we can say. And those individual components, we call them planes. As I said, the router example forwards the packet into layer three. If you take the job of a switch, which is going to forward the package based on the Mac addresses or the Lt addresses, the firewalls are going to provide you with the security policies, forward the traffic, deny the traffic, all the functionalities of any device logically separated into three different planes. We have a control plane, we have a management plane, and we have a database.

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