CCNA Security 210-260 Self-Study Lab Workbook eBook


CCNA Security 210-260 Self-Study Lab Workbook(eBook)

Passing the CCNA Security 210-260 certification exam is difficult enough if you are fully prepared by attending a Cisco CCNA Security class with an instructor and you have access to all the proper books and equipment. But what happens when you go home as it is not reasonable for you to retain all that information you would have been exposed to in a one week boot camp? You will need to setup a CCNA Security lab in your home or work to really absorb all those concepts and cement them into your brain through actual hands-on application. This is where our CCNA Security Lab Workbook can help you!

Our 160 page CCNA Security is a user friendly guide, jam packed with information to help you succeed!    

So let's take a look at the labs covered in this CCNA Security 210-260 Lab Workbook.

Table of Contents:

Lab 1-1 Configure Administrative Access & Roles on a Router
Lab 1-2 Confiugring Aministrative Roles Using CLI 

2-1 Configure WinRadius and AAA using SDM 
2-2 Configure AAA with RADIUS using CLI 
2-3 Configure AAA Authentication 

3-1 Configure AutoSecure, Banners, Passwords, SSH, CBAC 
3-2 Verify AutoSecure Results 

4-1 Configure a Context-Based Access Control (CBAC) Firewall 
4-2 Configure a Zone-Based Firewall 
4-3 Modify Policies of a Firewall 

5-1 Configure Intrusion Prevention System 
5-2 Configure Syslog & Modify IPS Signatures 

6-1 Configure SSH 
6-2 Secure Trunk & Access Ports 
6-3 Enable PortFast & BPDU Guard 
6-4 Configure SPAN & Monitor Traffic With WireShark 
6-5 Configure Private Vlans 

7-1 Install Kiwi Syslog Server & Configure Logging 
7-2 Configure SNMP Traps & Verify Logs 

8-1 Cisco Policy Builder 
8-2 Apply Basic Security Configuration - Routers 
8-3 Apply Basic Security Configuration - Switches 

9-1 Configure Site to Site VPN Using CLI 

10-1 Configure Extended ACLs Scenario 1 

10-2 Configure Extended ACLs Scenario 2 
10-3 Configure IP ACLs to Mititgate Attacks 
10-4 Configure IPv6 ACLs 119

11-1 Configure Authentication to Secure OSPF Routing Protocol 

12-1 Configure ASA Basic Firewall Settings & Connectivity Using CLI 
12-2 Configure ASA Using ASDM 

Appendix A - Router Interface Summary