Cisco NGFW Firepower Threat Defense FTD Training Part22

Learn Cisco NGFW Firepower Threat Defense (FTD) V6.7 (SNCF 300-710) with Step by Step Lab Workbook
Cisco NGFW Firepower Threat Defense FTD Training Part22
File Size :
9.94 GB
Total length :
17h 37m



Ahmad Ali


Last update

Last updated 11/2022



Cisco NGFW Firepower Threat Defense FTD Training Part22

What you’ll learn

Implement NGFW modes
Implement NGIPS modes
Implement high availability options
Configure and verify site-to-site VPN and remote access VPN
Implement segmentation, access control policies, AVC, URL filtering
All Next Generation Features

Cisco NGFW Firepower Threat Defense FTD Training Part22


Basic IP and security knowledge is nice to have.
Students need to understand basic networking.
CCNA routing and Switching Knowledge.
Students needs to understand Networking Fundamentals.
CCNA Security or Equivalent.


The Cisco Firepower Threat Defense NGFW Implementation Training course shows you how to use and configure Cisco Firepower Threat Defense technology, beginning with initial device setup and configuration and including routing, Network Address Translation (NAT) and Policies.This course teaches you how to implement advanced Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) and Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System (NGIPS) features. Cisco Firepower Threat Defense and Firepower including policy configurations, integrations, deployments, management and troubleshooting. These courses, Securing Networks with Cisco Firepower, and Securing Network with Cisco Firepower Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System help candidates prepare for this exam.1.1 Implement NGFW modes1.1.a Routed mode1.1.b Transparent mode1.2 Implement NGIPS modes1.2.a Passive1.2.b Inline1.3 Implement high availability options1.3.a Link redundancy1.3.b Active/standby failover1.3.c Multi-instance1.4 Describe IRB configurations2.0 Configuration2.1 Configure system settings in Cisco Firepower Management Center2.2 Configure these policies in Cisco Firepower Management Center2.2.a Access control2.2.b Intrusion2.2.c Malware and file2.2.d DNS2.2.e Identity2.2.f SSL2.2.g Prefilter2.3 Configure these features using Cisco Firepower Management Center2.3.a Network discovery2.4 Configure objects using Firepower Management Center2.4.a Object Management2.4.b Intrusion Rules2.5 Configure devices using Firepower Management Center2.5.a Device Management2.5.b NAT2.5.c VPN2.5.d QoS2.5.e Platform Settings3.0 Management and Troubleshooting3.1 Troubleshoot with FMC CLI and GUI3.2 Configure dashboards and reporting in FMC3.3 Troubleshoot using packet capture procedures


Section 1: Cisco NGFW Firepower Threat Defense (FTD)

Lecture 1 Lecture-52:Introduction, Theory and Concept of Intrusion Policy.

Lecture 2 Lecture-53:Configure & Verify Variable Set for Intrusion Policy.

Lecture 3 Lecture-54:Introduction and Theory of Intrusion Policy Main Page.

Lecture 4 Lecture-55:Configure and Verify Intrusion Policy in Cisco FTD Lab.

Lecture 5 Lecture-56:Configure and Verify Custom Intrusion Rule in Cisco FTD.

Lecture 6 Lecture-57:Introduction, Theory and Concept of NAT and PAT in FTD.

Lecture 7 Lecture-58:Configure & Verify Manual/Auto Static NAT in Cisco FTD.

Lecture 8 Lecture-59:Configure & Verify Manual/Auto Static PAT in Cisco FTD.

Lecture 9 Lecture-60:Configure & Verify Manual/Auto Dynamic NAT in Cisco FTD.

Lecture 10 Lecture-61:Configure & Verify Manual/Auto Dynamic PAT in Cisco FTD.

Lecture 11 Lecture-62:Configure & Verify PAT Pool and PAT Options in Cisco FTD.

Lecture 12 Lecture-63:Configure & Verify Manual/Auto Identity NAT in Cisco FTD.

Lecture 13 Lecture-64:Configure & Verify Manual Policy NAT in Cisco FTD Firewall.

Lecture 14 Lecture-65:Introduction and Concept of Deployment and Interface Modes.

Lecture 15 Lecture-66:Configure and Verify Cisco FTD Subinterface Deployment.

Lecture 16 Lecture-67:Configure and Verify Cisco FTD Passive Interface Mode.

Lecture 17 Lecture-68:Configure & Verify Cisco FTD Inline and Inline Tap Modes.

Lecture 18 Lecture-69:Configure & Verify Cisco FTD Transparent Mode Deployment.

Lecture 19 Lecture-70:Configure and Verify Cisco FTD Redundant Interfaces Mode.

Lecture 20 Lecture-71:Introduction, Theory and Concept of High Availability (HA).

Lecture 21 Lecture-72:Configure and Verify Active/Standby High Availability FTD.

Lecture 22 Lecture-73:Introduction, Theory and Concept of Multi-Instance in FTD.

Lecture 23 Lecture-74:Introduction, Theory and Concept of Quality of Service QoS.

Lecture 24 Lecture-75:Configure and Verify Quality of Service (QoS) Lab in FTD.

Lecture 25 Lecture-76:Introduction and Concept of Cryptography and Terminologies.

Lecture 26 Lecture-77:Introduction & Concept of Symmetric & Asymmetric Encryption.

Lecture 27 Lecture-78:Introduction and Concept of Cryptography Hash (SHA and MD5).

Lecture 28 Lecture-79:Introduction and Concept of Virtual Private Network (VPN).

Lecture 29 Lecture-80:Introduction and Concept of IPSec Protocols and Features.

Lecture 30 Lecture-81:Introduction and Concept of Diffie-Hellman (DH) Group.

Lecture 31 Lecture-82:Introduction and Concept of SSL and TLS and Hand Shake.

Lecture 32 Lecture-83:Introduction and Concept of IKE1, IKE2 Versions and Modes.

Lecture 33 Lecture-84:Internet Key Exchange IKE Phase 1 two different Modes Lab.

Lecture 34 Lecture-85:Introduction to Policy-Based and Route-Based VPNs and Types.

Lecture 35 Lecture-86:Configure and Verify Site-to-Site Policy-Based VPN in FTD.

Lecture 36 Lecture-87:Configure and Verify the NAT Exemption in Site-to-Site VPN.

Lecture 37 Lecture-88:Configure & Verify Cisco Anyconnect Remote Access VPN in FTD.

Lecture 38 Lecture-89:Introduction to Cisco FTD Command Line Interface (CLI) Modes.

Lecture 39 Lecture-90:Introduction to Troubleshooting, Tshoot Approaches and Tools.

Lecture 40 Lecture-91:Introduction to Advanced Troubleshoot with FMC CLI and GUI.

Lecture 41 Lecture-92:Configure & Verify Troubleshoot using packet-Tracer CLI & GUI.

Lecture 42 Lecture-93:Configure & Verify Troubleshoot using packet Capture CLI & GUI.

Lecture 43 Lecture-94:Verify Difference between Firepower Engine and Firewall Engine.

Lecture 44 Lecture-95:Intro, Configure & Verify Dashboards and Reporting in Cisco FMC.

Lecture 45 Lecture-96:Introduction and Concept of Cisco Threat Intelligence Director.

Lecture 46 Lecture-97:Implement TID for Third-Party Security Intelligence Feeds in FMC.

Course has been designed for anyone who wants to start learning NGFW,This course is for students trying to learn the CCNP Security,Any Network or Security Engineer want to learn or polish their Skills.,Network and Security Engineers

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Udemy | English | 17h 37m | 9.94 GB
Created by: Ahmad Ali

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