CCIE Security

VPN

GRE over IPsec using Static VTIs
IPsec over GRE – Configuration and Explanation
GRE over IPsec – Configuration and Explaination
Cisco Easy VPN – ASA to IOS – Part 2
Cisco Easy VPN – ASA to IOS – Part 1
Site-to-Site VPN tunnel with Dynamic Peer IP address |example with PSK and PKI
Site-to-Site VPN using PKI
IOS Site-to-Site VPN using PKI
Site-to-Site VPN using PKI | Certificates for Authentication
Configuring Cisco IOS CA Server and Enrolling Cisco ASA to a CA Server
NAT Traversal Debugs
IOS Site-to-Site VPN | Aggressive Mode
IOS Site-to-Site VPN | Main Mode

ASA Firewall

Redundant Interfaces in ASA
Multiple Contexts in ASA | Virtual Firewalls
DNS Advanced Inspection
ESMTP Advanced Inspection
Instant Messaging Inspection
Advanced HTTP Inspection
Advanced FTP Inspection – Part 2 | Using REGEX values
Advanced FTP inspection – Part 1

IOS Firewall

IOS ACLs, Time-Based ACLs, Dynamic ACLs and Reflexive ACLs
Context Based Access Control (CBAC)
Port to Application mapping (PAM)
Cisco IOS Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding (uRPF)
Zone-Based Firewall – Concepts
Zone-Based Firewall – Configuration

TCP Intercept for DoS Attack Prevention

System Hardening and Availability

Routing Protocol Authentication – RIP, OSPF, EIGRP and BGP
Control Plane Protection – CPPr
TCP Intercept for DoS Attack Prevention (CCIE Notes)

General

CCIE Security v4 – The Journey Begins (This time, I’m serious)

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