The practical, hands-on Cisco network security implementation guide! Covers IPSec, CiscoSecureq, PIX firewalls, and much more. Firewalls, intrusion detection, vulnerability scanning, and access control. Real-world implementation, configuration, and management -- step-by-step, in depth! Finally, there's a single source for practical, hands-on guidance on implementing and configuring every aspect of Cisco network security -- including PIX firewalls, IPSec, and intrusion detection. Cisco Network Security covers virtually every topic that Cisco covers in its $2, 200 network security course, but with greater detail and more reference material. Leading network security consultant James Pike offers step-by-step guidance for implementing and configuring every key Cisco security product. The first book to provide start-to-finish coverage of working with Cisco's market-leading PIX firewalls, Cisco Network Security also provides hands-on, practical information on deploying IPSec that contrasts with the theoretical discussions found in some competitive books. Coverage also includes: installing and configuring Cisco's Secure IDS/Net Ranger intrusion detection tools; performing vulnerability scanning with Cisco Secure Scanner; and controlling access with Cisco Secure Access Control System. For all Cisco technical professionals who are responsible for network security, including system and network administrators, intermediate-to-senior level network technicians, and technical managers. James Pike is president of Atlantis Communications, a consulting firm specializing in network security. He has more than 25 years experience in computing and networking, and has been an independent consultant and instructor for over a decade. A Cisco Certified System Instructor, he has more than six years experience in teaching advanced routing and network security for several Cisco Authorized Training Partners.For this case, configure SNMP (version 2.0 if possible) and establish unique passwords; never accept the defaults public and ... The SNMP version 1 .0 format is: Router (config) tsnmp-server community string RO [listnumber) Using the Ciscoanbsp;...
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