Cisco VPN 2.0: Deploying High Availability Features in Cisco ASA VPNs
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Two of the most challenging requirements of VPNs are high availability and high performance. High availability ensures continuous operation even if one or more VPN servers fail. High performance enhancements are deployed to boost the system performance by alleviating the load that is placed on a single VPN server. This course discusses the methods of deploying high availability: redundant peering, active/standby failover, cluster load balancing, and server load balancing (SLB). This course explains the troubleshooting methods that can be employed to investigate high availability problems.
Anyone wishing to obtain the Cisco Certified Network Professional CCNP Security designation. Cisco Network Security Engineers responsible for the selection, configuration, and the troubleshooting of the majority of Cisco ASA adaptive security appliance perimeter security features to reduce risk to IT infrastructure and its applications within their networking environments. Established IT professionals with a good understanding of networking and Cisco technology, installation, troubleshooting and monitoring of devices used to maintain integrity, confidentiality and availability of data and network devices that Cisco uses in its security infrastructure, as well as working knowledge of the Microsoft Windows operating system. Candidates who have completed the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), the Cisco Certified Network Associate Security (CCNA Security), the Securing Networks with Cisco Routers and Switches (SECURE) v1.0, and the Deploying Cisco ASA Firewall Solutions (FIREWALL 2.0) Certifications.
Deploying Redundant Peering
Deploying Cisco ASA Active/Standby Failover
Deploying Dynamic-Routing-Based VPN Failover
Deploying Cisco ASA VPN Clustering and SLB
Troubleshooting Cisco ASA VPN Failover and Clustering