Brain dumps, Cisco MCNS
(Managing Cisco Network Security) 640-442 exam that will give you a
specialization for your CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional)
certification if taken before January 1st, 2001.
include basic configuration of PIX firewalls, configuring Cisco routers as
firewalls, understanding of network security and policies, understanding of AAA
processes and various encryption technologies employed in Cisco networks.
Avg. Time: 42
Certifications: CCNP Security Specialization
Students who attend this advanced course must have experience in configuring
Cisco IOS software and have met the following prerequisites:
Certification as a CCNA or the equivalent knowledge (optional)
knowledge of the Windows operating system
Familiarity with the networking and security terms and concepts (the concepts
are learned in prerequisite training or by reading industry publications)
After completing this course the student should be able to:
network security threats.
remote dial-in access using Cisco Secure ACS for Windows 2000 and Cisco IOS
AAA software features.
Internet access by configuring a Cisco perimeter router.
the Cisco IOS Firewall Feature Set Context-Based Access Control.
Cisco IOS Firewall Authentication Proxy
Cisco IOS Firewall Intrusion Detection System
features in Cisco IOS software to create a secure site-to-site VPN using
pre-shared keys and digital certificates.
Easy VPN features to create a secure remote access VPN solution.
MCNS is a five-day, leader-led, lab-intensive course, which will be delivered
by Cisco Learning Partners (CLPs). This task-oriented course teaches the
knowledge and skills needed to secure Cisco IOS router networks.
- Course Introduction
- Network Security
- Evaluating Network Security Threats
- Introduction to AAA Security for Cisco Routers
- Configuring Cisco Secure ACS and TACACS+
- Configuring a Cisco Perimeter Router
- Cisco IOS Firewall CBAC Configuration
- Cisco IOS Firewall Authentication Proxy Configuration
- Cisco IOS Firewall Intrusion Detection System Configuration
- Understanding Cisco IOS IPSec Support
- Configure Cisco IPSec for Pre-Shared Keys Site-to-Site
- Configure Cisco IOS IPSec CA Support Site-to-Site
- Configuring IOS Remote Access using the Cisco Easy VPN