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    CCNA Security Lab Workbook (640-553)

    By admin | January 6, 2011

    Passing the Cisco Certified Network Associate Security 640-553 certification exam is difficult enough if you are fully prepared by attending a Cisco CCNA Security class with an instructor and you have access to all the proper books and equipment. But what happens when you go home as it is not reasonable for you to retain all that information you would have been exposed to in a one week boot camp? You will need to setup a CCNA Security lab in your home or work to really absorb all those concepts and cement them into your brain through actual hands-on application. This is where our CCNA Security 640-553 Lab Workbook can help you!

    Our CCNA Security 640-553 Lab Workbook was designed with the knowledge that most of our customers can’t afford a large lab. Some people can only afford the bare minimum two router lab. That is why we have this specially designed CCNA Security Lab Workbook that will cover the concepts with a simple CCNA Security lab of two Cisco 2600XM routers and two Cisco 2950 switches.

    What if you don’t have those exact units? Well, most of the labs(about 75%) will still work with a little tweaking as long as your routers have the Firewall feature set. Then you can also complete about another 5% of the labs if your routers have the Crypto feature set. So will you be able to do them all? Not exactly, but you can do many of them and you will still be able to learn as you see the concepts and the reasoning behind each lab as you progress through the CCNA Security lab workbook.

    So let’s take a look at the labs covered in this CCNA Security 640-553 Lab Workbook.

    Chapter 1: Configuring Administrative Access & Roles On A Router
    Lab 1-1: Scenario, Configuration & Background
    Lab 1-2: Configuring Administrative Access; Local, VTY & SSH
    Lab 1-3: Configuring Administrative Roles Using CLI

    Chapter 2: Securing Administrative Access Using AAA & RADIUS
    Lab 2-1: Scenario, Configuration & Background
    Lab 2-2: Configure WinRadius and AAA using SDM
    Lab 2-3: Configure AAA with RADIUS using CLI

    Chapter 3: Configure AutoSecure
    Lab 3-1: Scenario, Configuration & Background
    Lab 3-2: Configure AutoSecure; Banners, Passwords, SSH, CBAC
    Lab 3-3: Verify AutoSecure Results

    Chapter 4: Configure CBAC and Zone-Based Firewall
    Lab 4-1: Scenario, Configuration & Background
    Lab 4-2: Configure a Context-Based Access Control(CBAC) Firewall
    Lab 4-3: Configure a Zone-Based Firewall
    Lab 4-4: Modify Policies of the Firewall

    Chapter 5: Configuring Intrusion Prevention System
    Lab 5-1: Scenario, Configuration & Background
    Lab 5-2: Configure Syslog & Modify IPS Signatures

    Chapter 6: Securing Layer 2 Switches
    Lab 6-1: Scenario, Configuration & Background
    Lab 6-2: Configure SSH
    Lab 6-3: Secure Trunk & Access Ports
    Lab 6-4: Enable Port Fast & BPDU Guard
    Lab 6-5: Configure SPAN & Monitor Traffic with WireShark

    Chapter 7: Configuring Syslog & SNMP Traps to Monitor Network Traffic
    Lab 7-1: Scenario, Configuration & Background
    Lab 7-2: Install Kiwi Syslog Server & Configure Logging
    Lab 7-3: Configure SNMP Traps & Verify Logs

    Chapter 8: Cisco Security Policy Builder
    Lab 8-1: Scenario, Configuration & Background
    Lab 8-2: Using Cisco Security Policy Builder
    Lab 8-3: Apply Security Configuration – Routers
    Lab 8-4: Apply Security Configuration – Switches

    Chapter 9: Configuring a Remote Access VPN Server & Client
    Lab 9-1: Scenario, Configuration & Background
    Lab 9-2: Configuring a Remote Access VPN Server
    Lab 9-3: Configuring a VPN Client & Connecting

    Chapter 10: Configuring a Site to Site VPN Using Cisco SDM & CLI
    Lab 10-1: Scenario, Configuration & Background
    Lab 10-2: Configuring a Site to Site VPN Using SDM
    Lab 10-2: Configuring a Site to Site VPN Using CLI

    Chapter 11: Configuring a Site to Site VPN Using Adaptive Security Appliances(ASA 5500s) Bonus Labs*
    Lab 11-1: Scenario, Configuration & Background
    Lab 11-2: Configuring a Site to Site VPN Using ASA 5500s

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