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Wednesday, 21 May 2008



Cisco CCNP - Exam-Pack: 642-825 ISCW
Implementing Secure Converged Wide Area Networks

Managing remote access solutions is becoming an everyday part of being in IT. Implementing Secure Converged Wide Area Networks (ISCW) covers the ins and outs of providing secure, robust remote access solutions.
This training will help you:
Design and create networks for today's needs, including the convergence of voice, video, and data services onto a single network.
Provide secure off-site network access through site-to-site and remote access Virtual Private Networking (VPN).
Understand WAN technologies including Cable, DSL, and PPPoE.
Understand how MPLS packet labeling overlays existing WAN technology, and how it allows all brands of routers to forward traffic quicker than ever before - plus how MPLS VPNs allow service providers to easily distinguish your traffic for speedy delivery.
Configure Frame Mode MPLS on your Cisco routers.
Learn IPSec VPNs inside and out - where IPSec fits in, what it's about, what the building blocks are, what modes can you run it in, and how you authenticate your connection to be sure that the other side is who they say they are.
Establish VPN connections using the Command Line Interface and the Security Device Manager.
Implement encryption and tunneling to secure VPN traffic as it travels through public networks.
Use Cisco's Easy VPN to make it simple to configure VPN from the client side.
Learn attacks that can be carried out on your WAN-connected network, and defense mechanisms you can use against these attacks.
Reduce the vulnerability of your network using Cisco's Auto-Secure and the SDM Security Audit.
Lockdown management access to your routers using stronger password requirements, better encryption methods, and new IOS features that allow for stronger access control.
Secure your IOS and router configuration files.
Learn which access list type works best for your network, plus guidelines for optimal access list configuration and how to apply access lists to telnet ports and interfaces.
Configure SSH, Syslog, SNMP, and NTP, plus understand what in-band and out-of-band management are, and how all of this relates to securing network management traffic.
Implement Cisco AAA to lock down your router - using either the Radius or Tacacs+ protocol.
Defend your network using Cisco's IOS firewall and intrusion prevention systems.
Exam-Prep for Cisco ISCW exam as part of CCNP Certification
In Cisco CCNP - Exam-Pack: 642-825 ISCW, instructor Jeremy Cioara walks you through everything you need to know to create secure, robust remote access solutions. In addition, the training maps to exam objectives for Cisco CCNP Exam 642-825 ISCW, to help you prepare for CCNP Certification.
A thorough understanding of Cisco networking such as a CCNA certification or equivalent knowledge is recommended before viewing these videos.
Cisco CCNP - Exam-Pack: 642-825 ISCW Contains:
- Cisco ISCW Series Intro (free video!)- Model Madness: Network Design and Connectivity for the Modern World- Understanding New WAN Technologies: Cable Technology- Understanding New WAN Technologies: DSL Technology- Understanding New WAN Technologies: Configuring PPPoE DSL Connections- Multiprotocol Label Switching: The Concepts- Multiprotocol Label Switching: Frame Mode Configuration- Multiprotocol Label Switching: Understanding MPLS VPNs- IPSec VPNs: VPN Concepts, Part 1- IPSec VPNs: VPN Concepts, Part 2- IPSec VPNs: VPN Site-to-Site CLI Configuration- IPSec VPNs: VPN Site-to-Site SDM Configuration- IPSec VPNs: IPSec Encrypted GRE Tunnels- IPSec VPNs: Remote Access Connections with Cisco Easy VPN- Network Lockdown: Attacks and Defense- Network Lockdown: Cisco Auto-Secure and SDM Security Audit- Network Lockdown: Securing Management Access- Network Lockdown: Securing Management Access, Part 2- Network Lockdown: Using Access Lists- Network Lockdown: Securing Network Management- Network Lockdown: Implementing Cisco AAA- Defending the Network: Cisco IOS Firewall (free video!)- Defending the Network: Cisco IOS IPS
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