Portland Cisco ASA Training: Two-Day Hands-On Seminar
Cisco ASA Training: Installing, Configuring, Optimizing, and Troubleshooting the Cisco ASA Security Appliance
Presented by soundtraining.net and taught by veteran I.T. trainer, writer, and speaker Don R. Crawley.
This Cisco ASA training serminar is two intensive days filled with hands-on lab exercises where you'll learn how to reset the administrator password (even when you don't know it), how to build a basic firewall configuration from scratch in the command-line and in the GUI. You'll practice backing-up and restoring your configuration files and the firewall's operating system image. We'll show you how to set up centralized logging with a syslog server. You'll practice configuring login banners. You'll configure local usernames and privilege levels, plus you'll practice using Active Directory for authentication. You'll set up a DHCP server for automatic address assignment. You'll practice building three types of VPNs including site-to-site, remote access, and a clientless Web VPN. You'll build a DMZ with a Web server and a print server. You'll practice port-scanning to test for vulnerabilities. We'll show you how to configure various types of filtering and you'll actually practice configuring filters to block Java applets. In short, this Cisco ASA training seminar is a lot of hands-on exercises and not a lot of talking! Our instructors are there to show you how to do things, answer your questions, and help you troubleshoot your configurations.
Now upgraded with even more "hands-on" lab exercises (and less talking)!
Upon completion of soundtraining.net's Cisco� ASA training seminar, you'll...
-Practice password recovery techniques for the Cisco ASA security appliance
-Practice two techniques for building a basic firewall configuration from scratch
-Gain an understanding of logging configurations and practice using syslog with the security appliance
-Practice two methods of backing up and restoring device's configurations
-Practice two methods of backing up and restoring your device's software image (operating system), including how to recover the software in a catastrophic fault condition
-Practice configuring and using three methods of remote management
-Gain an understanding of Network Address Translation and Port Address Translation on the ASA Security Appliance and practice using them in your configurations
-Practice configuring three types of banners
-Gain an understanding of Cisco privilege levels and practice configuring local usernames and privilege levels
-Practice configuring your security appliance to authenticate via Windows Active Directory using RADIUS
-Practice buidling and troubleshooting a DHCP server
-Practice building three types of VPNs including site-to-site, remote access, and a clientless Web VPN
-Gain an understanding of DMZs and practice buidling one with a Web server and a print server
-Practice testing security configurations with a port scanner
-Gain an understanding of filtering techniques and practice blocking Java applets
A complete course outline is available at the event homepage.
Pre-registration is required, also at the event homepage.