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CCIE security practice labs
Personal Author:
CCIE self-study
Publication Information:
Indianapolis, IN : Cisco Press, 2004
Physical Description:
1v + 1 CD-ROM
General Note:
Accompanied by compact disc : CP 8961


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30000010105284 QA76.3 B42 2004 Open Access Book Book

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Providing a series of practice labs that mirror the Cisco Systems CCIE Security certification lab exam, this book lays out seven end-to-end scenarios that are complex and realistic, providing you with the practice needed to prepare for the lab examination and develop skills that are essential for resolving complex, real-world security problems.

Author Notes

Fahim Hussain Yusuf Bhaiji , CCIE #9305, has been with Cisco Systems, Inc. for over three years and is currently CCIE proctor in Cisco Systems' Sydney, Australia Lab and has recently been charged with the management of content development for the Security CCIE. Prior to this, he was Technical Lead for the Sydney TAC Security and VPN team.

Yusuf's passion for Security and VPN related technologies has played dominant role in his 12 years of industry experience, from as far back as his initial Masters Degree in Computer Science, and since reflected in his numerous certifications.

Yusuf prides himself in his knowledge sharing abilities, evident in the fact that he has mentored many successful CCIE candidates, as well as having designed and delivered a number of Security and VPN related courses, around the globe.

Table of Contents

1 Practice Lab 1
Equipment List
General Guidelines
Setting Up the Lab
Practice Lab 1 Exercises
Section 1.0 Basic Configuration (10 points)
Section 2.0 Routing Configuration (25 points)
Section 3.0 ISDN Configuration (8 points)
Section 4.0 PIX Configuration (5 points)
Section 5.0 IPSec/GRE Configuration (10 points)
Section 6.0 IOS Firewall + IOS IDS Configuration (10 points)
Section 7.0 AAA (7 points)
Section 8.0 Advanced Security (10 points)
Section 9.0 IP Services and Protocol-Independent Features (10 points)
Section 10.0 Security Violations (5 points)
Verification, Hints, and Troubleshooting Tips
Section 1.0 Basic Configuration
Section 2.0 Routing Configuration
Section 3.0 ISDN Configuration (8 points)
Section 4.0 PIX Configuration
Section 5.0 IPSec/GRE Configuration
Section 6.0 IOS Firewall Configuration
Section 7.0 AAA
Section 8.0 Advanced Security
Section 9.0 IP Services and Protocol-Independent Features
Section 10.0 Security Violations
Note Chapters 2-7 follow the same structure