Cisco

Network Foundation Protection : Management Plane

Gabe Rivas
Gabe Rivas
CCNA Wireless, CCNA Security, CCNP R&S and CCDP

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Course Description
Network Foundation Protection is a security framework that provides strategies to protect three functional areas of a device: Management Plane, Control Plane, and Data Plane. In this course we will focus on the Management Plane functionality and we will look at ways to protect and secure management access to network devices. We will compare the pros and cons of using an in-band vs an out-of-band management network and we will learn how to use network management protocols such as SNMP, NTP, SCP, RADIUS, TACACS+, Telnet, SSH, HTTP, and HTTPS to name a few. We will also learn the difference between the Cisco ACS and ISE servers and configure TACACS+ on ISE and an IOS device to provide with AAA for device administration. As a bonus, we will look at commonly used tools that can help you determine Cisco product vulnerabilities, best recommended software, and how to search bugs.
  • Course
    • NFP: Management Plane
      • Course Introduction
    • Secure Management
      • In-Band & Out-of-Band Management Network
      • Secure Network Management :: Part 1
      • Secure Network Management :: Part 2
      • Secure Network Management :: Part 3
      • Miscellaneous Device Security :: Part 1
      • Miscellaneous Device Security :: Part 2
      • Miscellaneous Device Security :: Part 3
      • Miscellaneous Device Security :: Part 4
      • Miscellaneous Device Security :: Part 5
      • Miscellaneous Device Security :: Part 6
      • Miscellaneous Device Security :: Part 7
      • Miscellaneous Device Security :: Part 8
      • SNMP Purpose & Key Components
      • SNMP Versions & Configuration
      • Syslog Concepts & Configuration
      • NTP Concepts
      • NTP Configuration
      • NTP Security Configuration
      • Using Secure Copy Protocol for File Transfer
    • Security on Cisco Routers
      • IOS Privilege Levels
      • Role-Based CLI Access
      • Role-Based CLI Access :: Configuration
      • Implementing Cisco IOS Resilient :: Configuration
      • Infrastructure ACL
    • Common Layer 2 Attacks
      • Cisco Discovery Protocol
    • AAA Concepts
      • Authentication, Authorization, & Accouting (AAA)
      • Cisco AAA Servers
      • AAA IOS Configuration :: Part 1
      • AAA IOS Configuration :: Part 2
      • AAA ISE Configuration :: Part 1
      • AAA ISE Configuration :: Part 2
      • Miscellaneous AAA :: Configuration
      • Using the Archive Feature for Local Accounting
    • Additional Resources
      • Commonly Used Tools by Security Engineers
      • Course Conclusion
Course Outline:
  • Course
    • NFP: Management Plane
      • Course Introduction
    • Secure Management
      • In-Band & Out-of-Band Management Network
      • Secure Network Management :: Part 1
      • Secure Network Management :: Part 2
      • Secure Network Management :: Part 3
      • Miscellaneous Device Security :: Part 1
      • Miscellaneous Device Security :: Part 2
      • Miscellaneous Device Security :: Part 3
      • Miscellaneous Device Security :: Part 4
      • Miscellaneous Device Security :: Part 5
      • Miscellaneous Device Security :: Part 6
      • Miscellaneous Device Security :: Part 7
      • Miscellaneous Device Security :: Part 8
      • SNMP Purpose & Key Components
      • SNMP Versions & Configuration
      • Syslog Concepts & Configuration
      • NTP Concepts
      • NTP Configuration
      • NTP Security Configuration
      • Using Secure Copy Protocol for File Transfer
    • Security on Cisco Routers
      • IOS Privilege Levels
      • Role-Based CLI Access
      • Role-Based CLI Access :: Configuration
      • Implementing Cisco IOS Resilient :: Configuration
      • Infrastructure ACL
    • Common Layer 2 Attacks
      • Cisco Discovery Protocol
    • AAA Concepts
      • Authentication, Authorization, & Accouting (AAA)
      • Cisco AAA Servers
      • AAA IOS Configuration :: Part 1
      • AAA IOS Configuration :: Part 2
      • AAA ISE Configuration :: Part 1
      • AAA ISE Configuration :: Part 2
      • Miscellaneous AAA :: Configuration
      • Using the Archive Feature for Local Accounting
    • Additional Resources
      • Commonly Used Tools by Security Engineers
      • Course Conclusion

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