Monthly Archives: February 2013

Comparing Cisco VPN Technologies – Policy Based vs Route Based VPNs

Understand the difference between Cisco Policy-Based and Route-Based VPNs. Learn which VPN technologies are supported on Cisco ASA Firewalls and IOS Routers. Site-to-Site VPN, Hub & spoke VPNs, Client remote access VPNs, are placed within the two VPN categories. http://www.firewall.cx/cisco-technical-knowledgebase/cisco-services-tech/945-cisco-comparing-vpn-technologies.html

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Unified Communications Components – Understanding Your True Unified Communications Needs

Understand your Unified Communications needs. Discover the foundational, basic and emerging UC components. Read about UC return on investment (ROI, Roll-out plan ability to adapt to changes and more. http://www.firewall.cx/cisco-technical-knowledgebase/cisco-services-tech/938-cisco-unified-communications-components.html

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Cisco Press Discounts – Valentine’s Day Special – Save 40%!!

Massive Cisco Press Discounts – 40% off eBooks and Video Training material – includes CCNA Simulator! http://www.firewall.cx/news/157-Certification/944-news-ciscopress-discounts.html

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New Cisco Catalyst 3850 Series With Integrated Wireless LAN Controller (WLC)

Cisco Catalyst 3850 features and configurations. Integrated Wireless Controller, 1/10Gbit SPF/SPF+ Uplinks, Full PoE+, IPv4, IPv6 routing, QoS, PowerStack and StackWise Technology makes this product an ideal choice for most companies. http://www.firewall.cx/cisco-technical-knowledgebase/cisco-switches/943-cisco-switches-catalyst-3850.html

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Cisco VPN Client & Windows 8 (32bit & 64Bit) – Reason 442: Failed To Enable Virtual Adaptor – How To Fix It

This article shows how make Cisco VPN Client work with Windows 8 32bit & 64bit. VPN Client (including 5.0.07.0440, 5.0.07.0410) fails to connect to VPN networks due to an incorrect Windows 8 registry entry for the Cisco VPN client. Learn … Continue reading

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How to Restrict Cisco IOS Router VPN Client to Layer-4 (TCP, UDP) Services – Applying IP, TCP & UDP Access Lists

Configure and setup your Cisco VPN router to restrict IPSec VPN clients to specific IP addresses, networks, TCP or UDP ports & network services. Learn how to overcome Cisco IOS VPN group access list limitations (TCP/UDP Services) while giving you … Continue reading

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