Chapter 4: Implementing Firewall Technologies

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Chapter 4: Implementing Firewall Technologies
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Instructor Materials – Chapter 4: Implementing Firewall Technologies

Chapter Outline:

4.0 Introduction
4.1 Access Control Lists
4.2 Firewall Technologies
4.3 Zone-Based Policy Firewalls
4.4 Summary

Section 4.1: Access Control List

Topic 4.1.1: Configuring Standard and Extended IPv4 ACLs with CLI

  • Introduction to Access Control Lists
  • Configuring Numbered and Named ACLs
  • Applying an ACL
  • ACL Configuration Guidelines
  • Editing Existing ACLs
  • Sequence Numbers and Standard ACLs

Topic 4.1.2: Mitigating Attacks with ACLs

  • Antispoofing with ACLs
  • Permitting Necessary Traffic through a Firewall
  • Mitigating ICMP Abuse
  • Mitigating SNMP Exploits

Topic 4.1.3: IPv6 ACLs

  • Introducing IPv6 ACLs
  • IPv6 ACL Syntax
  • Configure IPv6 ACLs

Section 4.2: Firewall Technologies

Topic 4.2.1: Securing Networks with Firewalls

  • Defining Firewalls
  • Benefits and Limitations of Firewalls

Topic 4.2.2: Types of Firewalls

  • Firewall Type Descriptions
  • Packet Filtering Firewall Benefits & Limitations
  • Stateful Firewalls
  • Stateful Firewall Benefits and Limitations
  • Next Generation Firewalls

Topic 4.2.3: Classic Firewall

  • Introducing Classic Firewall
  • Classic Firewall Operation
  • Classic Firewall Configuration

Topic 4.2.4: Firewalls in Network Design

  • Inside and Outside Networks
  • Demilitarized Zones
  • Zone-Based Policy Firewalls
  • Layered Defense

Section 4.3: Zone-Based Policy Firewalls

Topic 4.3.1: Zone-Based Policy Firewall Overview

  • Benefits of ZPF
  • ZPF Design

Topic 4.3.2: ZPF Operation

  • ZPF Actions
  • Rules for Transit Traffic
  • Rules for Traffic to the Self Zone

Topic 4.3.3: Configuring a ZPF

  • Configure ZPF
  • Step 1: Create Zones
  • Step 2: Identify Traffic
  • Step 3: Define an Action
  • Step 4: Identify a Zone-Pair and Match to a Policy
  • Step 5: Assign Zones to Interfaces
  • Verify a ZPF Configuration
  • ZPF Configuration Considerations

Section 4.4: Summary

Chapter Objectives:

  • Implement ACLs to filter traffic and mitigate network attacks on a network.
  • Configure a classic firewall to mitigate network attacks.
  • Implement ZPF using CLI.

 

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