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New Training: Applying and Verifying Cisco Access Control Lists
In this 12-video, entry-level training, CBT Nuggets trainer Keith Barker covers the knowledge that network administrators need to write and apply access control lists on a Cisco router or switch interface — and then verify that the filtering criteria are functioning to secure networks.
Watch this Cisco ACL training.
Keith designed this training for anyone who deals with packet filtering, limiting network traffic, and restricting access to network resources. If you and your organization are dealing with network security, training in applying and verifying ACLs can help reduce chances of spoofing and DoS attacks. These are all skills that can set your career up for success.
This training covers topics such as configuring IPv4 and IPv6 access lists on Cisco devices, setting up traffic filtering, priority or custom queueing and dynamic access control, and identifying filter criteria like source address, destination address, or protocol as well as:
- Wildcard Masks for Subnets Lab
- Extended ACLs Concepts
- Standard ACLs Concepts
- Using Named Extended ACLs
- Review of Apply and Verify Cisco Access Control Lists
This training includes:
- 1 hour of training
- 12 videos
Watch a video from the series:
Here's some more Cisco security-related content from the CBT Nuggets blog:
- 6 Reasons Why Cisco Networks Rock
- Networking Basics: How to Configure Standard ACLs on Cisco Routers
- Network Battle Royale: Cisco vs. Juniper vs. Check Point
Start learning Cisco security today!