Re: [nycnetworkers] CCNA Security labs

From: William B.
Sent on: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 4:25 PM
Yeah Will I agree, but the where to find a decent price ( Less than a Benny Franklin) on the PLUS license for the 5505?


On Tue, Apr 8, 2014 at 1:09 PM, William Zambrano <[address removed]> wrote:
Yeah and the 5505 are decent price-wise....300$ish off ebay or craiglist. 


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To: [address removed]
Subject: RE: [nycnetworkers] CCNA Security labs
Date: Tue, 8 Apr[masked]:08:00 -0400

You can always go out and get an ASA 5505 like I did. After studying for security + and CCNA:Security i got a bit paranoid and needed better security at home lol. Also offers a bit of real world experience and allows you to build real vpn tunnels  a friend or friends. Great way to share media!

My next box is Palo Alto. I want mess around with the layer 7 capabilities.

On Apr 8,[masked]:54 PM, Gerald Chow <[address removed]> wrote:

100% agreeing, firewalls, vpn, dmz and site to sites becomes essential in the enterprise environment.

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On Tue, Apr 08, 2014 at 3:46 PM, William Zambrano <[address removed]> wrote:

I agree, after CCNP R&S you dont really need to go into that much more depth aside from maybe BGP. MPLS, Multicast, QoS are only if your in a huge shop that needs it but most companies dont even touch those.

What most companies DO touch is alot of firewall stuff. I'm hoping the labs/videos I'll put up will help supplement this for the guys studying for it. Plus and like Jack said, CCNP Security is very do-able in GNS3 so why not?

Thanks,
William Zambrano
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To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [nycnetworkers] CCNA Security labs
Date: Tue, 8 Apr[masked]:43:00 -0400

That's because security is the shit! In my personal opinion studying for the CCNP:Security was a bitch but worth it in the end. Also, you can easily emulate it in GNS and now with the Alpha release you can probably do 802.1x.

Overall, the funny thing is the material kept  wanting more whereas the R&S is dragging on. That's me though. Best of luck to those studying the security route.

On Apr 8,[masked]:23 PM, William Zambrano <[address removed]> wrote:
Networkers,
I've added on the nycnetworkers.com page a CCNA Security lab with one full blown lab you can try for people who had a CCNA Security or studying for it. I took a look at the calendar for the next month and May and its really packed between other meetups and Cisco Live.
I've noticed alot of people joining the group is asking for either for Security or Datacenter, not R&S. Seeing the demand I'll try to put together more SEC/DC meetups and labs.
I'll post up a "solution" video sometime later, but give it a try and let me know your thoughts on it!
Thanks
WZ
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