Cisco ASA Firewall
Cisco Adaptive Security Appliances. The Cisco ASA is an extremely popular firewall used by millions of companies around the globe to secure their network from unauthorized access and a broad range of sophisticated attacks. Coupled with the SSM-AIP (Advanced Instruction Prevention module); the Cisco ASA can not only filter traffic based on access-list but can also inspect application layer traffic and enforce security policies based on signature attacks such as SQL Injections, Worms, Mal-ware and even certain types of SPAM.
The ASA is a deep packet inspection security device used to protect your network(s) against unauthorized access. The Cisco ASA has many functions, some of which include enforcing access control lists, randomizing source port numbers sequence numbers while enforcing protocol compliance. Engineers Having good knowledge and skills in ASA firewall are very much in demand and preferred by any companies.
The Cisco ASA course by IP4 NETWROKERS will give indebt knowledge and understanding of the working and implementing ASA firewall in a network. By completion of this course you will be able to deploy, configure, manager and troubleshoot complex security policies on a ASA firewall environment.
• Types of interface
• Hardware specification
• Security level
• Statefull inspection
• Interface configuration
• Securit Levels
• Management (Telnet/SSH)
• Routing (RIPv2,EIGRP,OSPF,BGP)
• Access policies
• Object groups
• NAT (Dynamic,/Static NAT, Dynamic /Static PAT,
• Destination NAT,Mannual NAT)
• Access Policies
• Ethertypes ACL’s
• Redundant interface
• Security Context
• Failover (Active/standby & Active/Active)
• Tuning the global policies
• Configuring Custom Layer 7 Policy
• Site-to-Site IPsec
• Remote access (IKEv2 &SSL)
Regular Track → 2 Hrs. Session per day
Weekend Track → 3 Hrs. Session per day.
TOTAL DURATION → 15 Days
Students intended to participate in this training program should have knowledge of TCP/IP addressing and routing, switching, Common network terminology, internetworking concepts,
CCNA R&S, equivalent knowledge of how routers and routing protocols operate. Good understanding of IGPs like RIP, OSPF and EIGRP.