CCNA Security 640-554 LiveLessons (Video Training)


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CCNA Security 640-554 LiveLessons (Video Training)
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By Keith Barker
Published Dec 3, 2012 by Pearson IT Certification.

CCNA Security 640-554 LiveLessons helps you develop the hands-on knowledge and skills you need to secure Cisco networks and prepare for the CCNA Secuirty IINS 640-554 exam.

In this video training, CCIE-certified expert trainer Keith Barker provides you 5 hours of hands-on, step-by-step video training on common Cisco network security configuration and troubleshooting tasks. These hands-on video lessons cover hardening network devices with Cisco Configuration Professional (CCP), implementing secure management and monitoring, using ACS and TACACS+, implementing layer 2 protection for switches, packet filtering ACLs, configuring Cisco IOS zone-based firewalls and Cisco ASA firewalls, adding IPS to Cisco routers, connecting IPsec site to site VPN tunnels on Cisco routers, and implementing SSL VPNs on the Cisco ASA. Through this collection of 10 video training lessons, divided into 29 sublessons, you will gain insight into the hands-on configuration and troubleshooting skills needed to develop a security infrastructure, recognize threats and vulnerabilities to networks, and mitigate security threats.

Skill Level: Beginner

What You Will Learn



Harden network devices with CCP


Implement secure management and monitoring


Use a central ACS with TACACS+


Implement Layer 2 protection for switches


Reduce risk with ACL packet filtering


Deploy IOS Zone-Based Firewalls and Cisco ASA firewalls


Add IPS to Cisco routers


Implement IPsec site-to-site and SSL VPNs

Table of Contents
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Lesson 1: Hardening Cisco IOS Network Devices
Lesson 1.1: Initializing a Router to Allow Cisco Configuration Professional (CCP) to Connect and Manage the Router
Lesson 1.2: Defining Communities in CCP and Importing the Configuration from a Router
Lesson 1.3: Using the CCP Security Audit

Lesson 2: Implementing Secure Management and Monitoring
Lesson 2.1: Configuring Network Time Protocol (NTP)
Lesson 2.2: Configuring Syslog Destinations
Lesson 2.3: Creating Users in the Local Database (running-config)
Lesson 2.4: Enabling AAA Services
Lesson 2.5: Creating and Assigning Parser Views for Role Based Access Control (RBAC)

Lesson 3: Central Access Control Server (ACS)
Lesson 3.1: Configuring a Router to use TACACS+ with Cisco Access Control Server (ACS)
Lesson 3.2: Configuring Device Groups and Identity Groups Within ACS
Lesson 3.3: Configuring Authorization Policies in ACS
Lesson 3.4: Verifying the Results of ACS Authentication and Authorization at the Router

Lesson 4: Implementing Layer 2 Protection for Switches
Lesson 4.1: Protecting Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) with BPDU Guard
Lesson 4.2: Mitigating CAM Table Overflows Attacks Using Port Security

Lesson 5: Packet Filtering with Access Control Lists (ACL)
Lesson 5.1: Filtering IPv4 Packets on the Router Using Access Control Lists (ACL)
Lesson 5.2: Using Object Groups to Simplify ACL Management
Lesson 5.3: Filtering IPv6 Traffic

Lesson 6: Cisco IOS Zone Based Firewall (ZBF)
Lesson 6.1: Using CCP to Implement a Zone-Based Firewall (ZBF) on an IOS Router
Lesson 6.2: Using CCP to Modify and Verify the ZBF Components

Lesson 7: Cisco ASA Firewall
Lesson 7.1: Initializing a 5505 ASA Firewall
Lesson 7.2: Using ASDM to Configure the Firewall
Lesson 7.3: Configuring NAT on the ASA
Lesson 7.4: Implementing and Verifying Policy on the ASA

Lesson 8: IOS-Based Intrusion Prevention System (IPS)
Lesson 8.1: Installing the IOS-Based Intrusion Prevention System (IPS)
Lesson 8.2: Configuring and Verifying IOS-Based IPS

Lesson 9: IPsec VPN Site-to-Site Tunnels
Lesson 9.1: Using CCP to Create IPsec Site-to-Site Virtual Private Network (VPN) Tunnels
Lesson 9.2: Testing and Verifying IPsec Site-to-Site VPN Tunnels

Lesson 10: Implementing SSL VPNs on the Cisco ASA Firewall
Lesson 10.1: Using ASDM to Create the AnyConnect SSL VPN Service
Lesson 10.2: Using ASDM to Clientless SSL VPN Service