Technical activity for the month of February

I should have written this a while back but better late yeah…

Here are a list of articles written on the Intense School site for the month of February: Continue reading

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Techy articles for the month of January

Hey my techy readers,

I will now be writing only one article per month summarizing all the techy articles I write for Intense School so that should drive down the number of techy posts on this blog tremendously. Did I hear you guys shout hallelujah? *hehe*

For the month of January, we have the following topics:

  • Route maps: Learn the fundamentals of route maps here.
  • Bridging VPNs: This series has four parts: part 1, part 2, part 3 and part 4. It looks at the following scenario: Site A and Site B have a site-to-site VPN connection between themselves. Site C is a new site that needs to also have VPN access to Site B but for some reason, this new VPN access has to go through Site A which will then route it to site B.
  • Site-to-Site VPN with overlapping subnets (on Cisco ASA): This one has two parts but only the first part has been posted for now. It discusses what to do when you need to set up a VPN tunnel between two subnets using the same IP address space.

I actually didn’t write a lot in the past month because I was busy with other stuff. Let’s see how February plays out. Happy new month in advance!

ASDM and Network Performance Assessment Articles

Network Performance Assessment

Speed Test

Hey there, last week on the Intense School site, two new articles were posted. The first one is the conclusion of the Cisco ASDM series that I was running. It covers AnyConnect SSL VPN on the Cisco ASA. The second article discusses the steps to take to assess the performance of a with Network/Internet.

If you are looking for bootcamps in Cisco certification, you should definitely take a look at the Intense School Cisco bootcamp page.

Techy post: More Technical articles at Intense School!

On the Intense School site, we have four new articles, three of which are on the Cisco ASA and the latest one is on the Cisco Configuration Professional Tool (CCP).

The first article continues with the Cisco ASDM series by looking at access control rules while the second article focuses on IPsec remote access VPN. In this 3rd article, I write on an interesting discovery (it has always been there but I only just discovered it) about to-the-box filtering on the Cisco ASA. The final article is the 9th lab in the CCP series dealing with clientless SSL VPN.

If you are looking for bootcamps in Cisco certification, you should definitely take a look at the Intense School Cisco bootcamp page.

Techy posts: Cisco ASDM articles

Hey guys, we have more articles on the Intense School site concerning the Cisco ASA. This series deals with using the Adaptive Security Device Manager (ASDM) to configure the Cisco ASA. The following articles have been posted:

If you are looking for bootcamps in Cisco certification, you should definitely take a look at the Intense School Cisco bootcamp page.

Techy Post: Cisco ASA articles

Hey there…

Back on our techy posts, two articles of mine have been posted over at the Intense School site. The first one deals with setting up ASDM on A Cisco ASA in GNS3. This article is a prep for an upcoming ASDM series. The second article recreates a real life scenario about debugging Internet connectivity through the Cisco ASA.

One of the articles (the first one) is related to the CCNA Security exam and if you want to learn more about the CCNA Security exam, classes are available at Intense School!

Techy post: Traffic filtering in a VPN Tunnel

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Okay, a background to this post: Since April 2013, I’ve been writing technical articles (all of them have been about Cisco really) for Intense School, a training institute in America. They have a blog here for free technical articles. You can also view my profile and recent articles here.

That being said, a new article of mine has just been posted. It’s the last article in a 10-article series focusing on VPN on the Cisco ASA. I really went deep in those articles, reliving my CCIE study days. #GloriousDays

If you want to learn more about the Cisco ASA in general, classes are available at Intense School!