VTIs with ASA

I’ve been stuck in more ways then one this year…working from home indefinitely seems to be the status quo right now, and I’m in “tunnel” mode for most part. Most of these projects I’m working on all of common theme.. connect on-premise to more cloud resources! One way to do that is using VTIs. (Virtual […]

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Cisco Lab Setup

When it comes to learning and getting started with Cisco there are some tools that will help out a lot like Packet Tracer, GNS3 and other emulators. These are great tools for that “simulation” of hands on learning, but you can’t always stay in that area. I find it best to get hands on with […]

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Upgrade ASA IOS via ASDM

In this short but helpful post, I’ll go through the process of upgrading the ASA IOS via the ASDM. This is a pretty painless method if all goes well the only thing you have to do schedule downtime if this box is in production, and grab the ASA IOS image from Cisco. For this post […]

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Basic Cisco ASA Overview

The Cisco 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliances are of course an excellent firewall but the ASA also offers (depending on the model) other security services as well, like IPS systems, VPN, content security, unified communications and remote access. These ASA’s can be used as a standalone appliance’ that can handle the need for branch offices […]

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CCNA Security – 640-554

Out with the old and in with new Cisco is updating its well-known certification CCNA Security. Candidates that are studying for the older exam (640-553) are suggested to take it on or before September 30th 2012. What has changed in the exam? For the most part Cisco SDM is no longer covered, as it has […]

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