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Saturday, 19 September 2015

Secure Your Network with Cisco Security Device Manager (SDM)

This blog is created for network security review, study and understanding about network related issues only! The blog is mainly focus on Network Security Notes about Network, Network Security, Network Technology, Network Labs review related Cisco and Microsoft technology ,Network Threats, Types of Network Threats, Network Alerts, Enterprise Security Policy and Audits, Security Policy and Audits,Logical Security, Physical and Logical Security, Physical Security,Cisco Products Review, Microsoft Products review, Cisco Routers, Routers Security, Console Access, Telnet Access, Network Attack, Network Attack report, Network management, Anti-virus, Network Security with Anti-virus, and All About Network Security... Thanks for your visit!

Secure Your Network with Cisco Security Device Manager (SDM)




Based on CISCO company, Cisco Router and Security Device Manager (SDM) is a Web-based device-management tool for Cisco routers that can improve the productivity of network managers, simplify router deployments, and help troubleshoot complex network and VPN connectivity issues. Cisco SDM supports a wide range of Cisco IOS Software releases and is available free of charge on Cisco router models from Cisco 830 Series to Cisco 7301. It ships preinstalled on all new Cisco 850 Series, Cisco 870 Series, Cisco 1800 Series, Cisco 2800 Series, and Cisco 3800 Series integrated services routers. Network and security administrators and channel partners can use Cisco SDM for faster and easier deployment of Cisco routers for integrated services such as dynamic routing, WAN access, WLAN, firewall, VPN, SSL VPN, IPS, and QoS. Cisco SDM offers smart wizards and advanced configuration support for LAN and WAN interfaces, Network Address Translation (NAT), stateful and application firewall policy, IPS, IPSec VPN, QoS, and NAC policy features. The firewall wizard allows a single-step deployment of high, medium, or low firewall policy settings. Cisco SDM also offers a one-click router lockdown and an innovative security auditing capability to check and recommend changes to router configuration based on ICSA Labs and Cisco TAC recommendations. Cisco SDM is a valuable productivity-enhancing tool for businesses and channel partners and allows them to implement router security and network configurations with reduced cost and increased confidence and ease. 

 Watch video below about: Security Device Manager (SDM) - Cisco CCNA Security Training This video on Cisco's Security Device Manager (SDM) is from our Cisco CCNA Security Series - Implementing Cisco IOS Network Security (IINS) for exam 640-553. The full series contains 20 videos and is over 11 hours of world class training you can watch anytime, anywhere. Our training comes in High Resolution AVI, iPod and mp3 formats to give you a number of choices in how to study and train. Our training also comes with MeasureUp exam prep software, to fully prepare for the exam and the real world. Visit us online at PalaestraTraining.com

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Saturday, 5 September 2015

Network Security Fundamentals with APNIC

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Network Security Fundamentals with APNIC


  Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC), is the not-for-profit regional Internet registry for the Asia Pacific region. APNIC provides number resource allocation and registration services that support the global operation of the Internet. It is a not-for-profit, membership-based organization whose members include Internet Service Providers, National Internet Registries, and similar organizations.

  APNIC's main functions are:
 -->allocating IPv4 and IPv6 address space, and Autonomous System Numbers,
 -->maintaining the public Whois Database for the Asia Pacific region,
 -->reverse DNS delegations,
 -->representing the interests of the Asia Pacific Internet community on the global stage. ==>Watch video: Network Security Fundamentals with APNI:

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