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  • SNMPv3 Views Best Practices

    Hi all, Question, is there any security issues related to just using "#snmp-server view X iso include"? With this I will obviously use authPri and define access from only the one NMS. Just curious about best practices here with views - because I really don't won't to go around and find...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by UDA on 06-01-2016
  • SNMPv3 View Limitations

    ###PLEASE DISREGARD THIS POST AS I DOUBLE POSTED### All, Question, would anyone out there name me wreckless if I do "#snmp-server view X iso include"? Or is there a non written rule stating that you should allways limit your view to exactly what you need? I was thinking that with an ACL to...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by UDA on 06-01-2016
  • Access-list after Upgrading ASA to 8.4

    Dear All, I have ASA 5520 which was running on software version 8.2, I have upgraded it to 8.4.7. Migration process completed successfully and seems everything went good, I just got one weird issue related to the ACLs associated to object group, below is the explanation before and after the migration...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by CLK2 on 10-26-2014
  • Re: Anyconnect with SCEP auto-enrollment

    Hi, It means that the authentication is gonna be made using 2 authentication factor such as a username and a certificate (pki), in this case this is done to improve security. Whenever you configure a tunnel group you can use a 2 authentication factor such as AAA (LDAP, Radius and tacacs) and certificates...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by auranprost on 05-01-2014
  • Anyconnect with SCEP auto-enrollment

    Hi Guys, I have been trying to configure any connect dual authentication factor with SCEP auto-enrollment. I was successful in configuring everything, including the LDAP-Map group redirection with both group-policies using simultaneous login 0 and the mapped with 3 simultaneous logins. Everything happens...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by auranprost on 04-26-2014
  • Crypto Map Flowchart ? How does a router/ASA processes a Crypto Map ?

    Hi, Can anybody please explain the process of processing a crypto map on an interface ? Crypto Map priortiy ? Flow of packet from Engine to interface and then processing of crypto map ? I am trying to do S2S between R1 & R2 and Remote access between a client (connected to ISP) and R1, and if the...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by navneetnarang on 02-24-2014
  • CCIE Security v4 ATC Continues This Week

    INE’s new CCIE Security V4 Advanced Technologies Class continues this week, with a focus on ASA Firewall. This week’s classes will run Wednesday Oct 9th – Friday Oct 11th at 10:00 PDT (17:00 GMT) daily, with class days running typically about 4 hours each. Anyone with an active All...
    Posted to CCIE Security Technical (Forum) by joldow on 10-08-2013
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