Implementing Core Cisco ASA Security (SASAC)


This enhanced course contains added depth to the standard labs, using a topology that simulates a typical production network.

You’ll use ASA 5515 appliances to work through configuring access control to and from your network. Additionally, the PC systems and server systems are an integral part of the lab environment. Here you will use Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, and Kali Linux to manage, test, and even attack your lab network using real-world operating systems and applications.

who should attend

Network Engineers supporting Cisco ASA 9.x implementations


  • Knowledge of the Cisco ASA
  • IINS - Implementing Cisco IOS Network Security 3.0

learning objectives

  • Essentials of Cisco ASA
  • Basic connectivity and device management
  • Network integration
  • Configure common features of the Cisco ASA OS
  • Cisco ASA policy control
  • Core Cisco ASA VPN common components
  • Main VPN components
  • Cisco clientless VPN solutions
  • Cisco AnyConnect full tunnel VPN solution
  • Cisco ASA high availability and virtualization options
  • Features of Cisco ASA 5500-X Series Next-Generation Firewalls

course information

  • Length:

    5 day

  • Format:

    Lecture and Lab

  • Delivery Method:

    Virtual / Onsite

  • Max Capacity:


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  • Lab 1: Remote Lab Environment
  • Lab 2: ASA Administration and Network Integration
  • Lab 3: Network Address Translation
  • Lab 4: Access Control and Troubleshooting
  • Lab 5: MPF Basic Application Inspections
  • Lab 6: MPF Advanced Application Inspections
  • Lab 7: Basic Clientless SSL VPN
  • Lab 8: Clientless SSL VPN Applications
  • Lab 9: External AAA for Clientless SSL VPN
  • Lab 10: Lab: Basic AnyConnect SSL VPN
  • Lab 11: Advanced AnyConnect SSL VPN
  • Lab 12: IPSec Remote Access VPN
  • Lab 13: Active-Standby High Availability

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