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100-105 Ch 34: Device Security

Answers: Protecting CLI Access 2

Answers: Protecting CLI Access 2

🕔09:10, 31.Aug 2016 This lab was pretty direct: configure an ACL and use to to protect CLI access rather than filter packets being routed by the router. You know the drill – read lab, do lab, check here. Zero in on OSPF and Read Full Article
Protecting CLI Access 2

Protecting CLI Access 2

🕔09:05, 29.Aug 2016 This latest lab is relatively straightforward while being very useful. Many enterprises make a habit of adding an ACL to filter inbound Telnet and SSH attempts into a router or switch. Today’s lab gives you a chance to work through Read Full Article
Answers: Protecting CLI Access 1

Answers: Protecting CLI Access 1

🕔09:10, 16.May 2016   How do you protect the CLI by preventing Telnet and SSH access, without matching every last interface IP address on a router? Today’s lab gives you a chance to explore and practice that configuration. Check the lab requirements in Read Full Article
Protecting CLI Access 1

Protecting CLI Access 1

🕔09:05, 13.May 2016   Routers support a method to filter incoming Telnet and SSH connections to that router. That method uses ACLs, but not to filter packets coming in each and every interface, but with a configuration method tied to the vty lines Read Full Article
Answers: Login Security 1

Answers: Login Security 1

🕔09:10, 3.May 2016 This lab asks you to work through a few login security options in IOS. Should be a quick and easy lab. Check out the requirements here first, and come back to this post for the answers. Answers Figure 1: Network Read Full Article
Login Security 1

Login Security 1

🕔09:05, 2.May 2016 One of the first configuration items that becomes second nature is the configuration of basic password settings. But it is also easy to forget about the small differences in password security configuration once you get used to configuring your own Read Full Article
Answers: CLI Passwords 2

Answers: CLI Passwords 2

🕔12:05, 7.Nov 2015   Do you know how to configure local usernames, and enable their use for login security on a Cisco router? No more sharing the same login password among all the network engineers. If you want some quick practice, go back Read Full Article
CLI Passwords 2

CLI Passwords 2

🕔12:05, 5.Nov 2015 The simplest way to protect the CLI uses passwords shared by all, rather than a per-user username and password. Using a per-user login method improves security. The easiest option for using per-user logins in a Cisco lab is to configure Read Full Article
Answers: CLI Passwords 1

Answers: CLI Passwords 1

🕔12:05, 12.Sep 2015 Protect the console. Protect Telnet. And protect enable mode. All basic tasks, and all a useful and necessary starting point for learning about security for Cisco devices. This lab shows the answer for the related password lab. As always, first Read Full Article
CLI Passwords 1

CLI Passwords 1

🕔12:05, 9.Sep 2015 Protecting access to the CLI of Cisco routers and switches starts with basic password security. From there, you can move on to use per-user login security that requires both a username and password, whether using locally-configured username/password pairs or whether Read Full Article

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