The Cisco NAC Appliance is an easily deployed software NAC solution that can automatically detect, isolate, and clean infected or vulnerable devices that attempt to access your network. The Implementing Cisco NAC Appliance (CANAC) v2.1 course provides learners with the skills and knowledge needed to implement the Cisco NAC Appliance solution.
After completing this course the student should be able to:
- Given client network security requirements, explain how a Cisco NAC Appliance deployment scenario will meet or exceed network security requirements
- Configure the common elements of a Cisco NAC Appliance solution
- Configure the Cisco NAC Appliance in-band and out-of-band implementation options
- Implement a highly available Cisco NAC Appliance solution to mitigate network threats and facilitate network access for those users that meet corporate security requirements
- Maintain a highly available Cisco NAC Appliance deployment in medium and enterprise network environments
Who Should Attend
- Channel Partner / Reseller
- Lab 1-1: Preparing the Cisco NAM to Support Web-Based Administration Console Configuration
- Lab 2-1: Configuring User Roles
- Lab 3-1: Adding an In-Band Virtual Gateway Cisco NAS to the Cisco NAM
- Lab 3-2: Configuring the Microsoft Windows Active Directory SSO Feature on the Cisco NAC Appliance
- Lab 3-3: Configuring the Cisco VPN SSO Feature on the Cisco NAC Appliance
- Lab 4-1: Configuring Cisco NAA
- Lab 4-2: Configuring a High Availability In-Band VPN Cisco NAC Appliance Solution
- Lab 3-4: Adding an Out-of-Band Virtual Gateway Cisco NAS to an HA Cisco NAC Appliance Deployment
- Lab 3-5: Configuring SNMP, Switch, and Port Profiles for an Out-of-Band Cisco NAC Appliance Deployment
- Certification as a CCSP or the equivalent knowledge.
- Basic knowledge of the Microsoft Windows operating system.
- Familiarity with networking and security terminology and concepts.
- Fundamental knowledge of implementing network security or CCSP or Cisco Security CSQ.
- BCMSN or working knowledge of VLANs.
- SNRS or working knowledge of digital certificates.
- BCSI or working knowledge of HSRP.