What about this course?
Network Foundation Protection is a security framework that provides with strategies to protect three functional areas of a device: Management Plane, Control Plane, and Data Plane. In this course we will focus on the Control Plane functionality and we will look at topics such as MAC address table, CAM table overflow, VTP, CDP, routing protocol authentication (RIP, OSPF, EIGRP, BGP), BGP TTL-Security, FHRP, passive interface, control plane policing, and control plane protection.
Instructor for this course
CCNA Security CCNA Wireless CCNP R&S and CCDP
This course is composed by the following modules
MAC Address Table
CAM Table Overflow
VLAN Trunking Protocol :: Part 1
VLAN Trunking Protocol :: Part 2
VTP Configuration :: Part 1
VTP Configuration :: Part 2
Device Plane Overlap
Protecting the Routing Infrastructure
OSPF Routing Update Authentication
Verifying OSPF Routing Update Authentication
EIGRP Routing Update Authentication
Verifying EIGRP Routing Update Authentication
RIP Routing Update Authentication & Verification
BGP Routing Update Authentication & Verification
Multihop BGP & TTL Security
The Passive Interface Feature
First Hop Redundancy Protocol Authentication
Understanding Packet Switching Methods
Protecting the Control Plane
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