Join Lisa Bock for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of CCNA Security (210-260) Cert Prep: 3 VPN.
- [Instructor] Thank you for watching.…In this course, I've covered VPN concepts…and how VPNs benefit confidentiality,…integrity, and authentication.…I reviewed the various types of VPNs,…such as IPsec site-to-site,…Clientless SSL VPN,…and AnyConnect SSL VPN.…I covered the framework of IPsec and the components.…I discussed the various types of VPN configuration,…such as hairpin, split tunnel, and always-on.…
We looked at NAT-traversal VPN,…along with remote access and site-to-site VPNs.…If you're interested in learning more,…please check out the IT segment of the library,…where we add new courses all the time.…If you're interested in learning more about encryption,…check out my course…Learning Cryptography and Network Security.…And it's well worth your time to check out…any course in the Ethical Hacking series.…
And see what my colleague, Malcolm Shore…has for you on his homepage.…Keep learning.…I hope to see you again soon.…
- Using Packet Tracer
- Reviewing VPN topologies and components
- Encapsulating security payload protocol
- VPN configuration
- Hairpin and split tunnel VPN
- Clientless SSL VPN and AnyConnect SSL VPN
- Endpoint posture assessment
- Preparing sites for an IPsec VPN
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. VPN Concepts
3. VPN Configuration
4. Remote Access VPN
5. Site-to-Site VPN
Next steps1m 17s
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