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15.21 Hours


Course Description​

Would you like to pursue a career as a professional network security analyst? In the digital era, cyberattacks pose a threat to data. Our Cisco ASA Firewall Training with Step-by-Step Lab Workbook course will take you through lessons that will equip you with the skills to protect data from attackers.

This course begins by teaching you about network security terminology. From lectures one to five, you will learn about security pillars like confidentiality, integrity, and availability. Moreover, you will get insights into the fundamentals of firewall technologies. Lesson five will give you a brief idea of the Cisco ASA Firewall. From lessons six to nine, you will learn about ‘Install Cisco ASAv Firewall in GNS3’, ‘Install Cisco ASAv Firewall on EVE-NG’, and ‘Install Cisco ASAv Firewall on VMWare Workstation’.

From lectures eleven to thirty-three, you will learn in detail about routing and access control. In lecture eighteen, you will learn about routing and static routing. You will explore dynamic protocols like RIP, OSPF, and EIGRP. You will gain mastery of NAT from the learning of lectures 36-43. You will be introduced to static, dynamic, and identity NAT here. Advanced topics like transparent firewalls, ASDM walkthroughs, redundancy, and security contexts are covered in lessons 45-lesson 60.

In lesson 52, you will become familiar with the fundamental concepts of cryptography technologies and understand encryption techniques. The next lesson focuses on explaining symmetric and asymmetric encryption. When you move to lesson 55, you will discover the concepts of VPN. Lesson 58 of this course will help you understand SSL/TLS. This course ends with a focus on verifying NAT-T on routers and a client-based remote access VPN lab.

This high-quality course will help you achieve your dream of becoming a network analyst.

Learning outcome

  • Deep understanding of network security terminology
  • Gain proficiency in the Cisco ASA Firewall
  • Develop expertise in ACL configuration
  • Learn Network Address Translation and Port Address Translation
  • Acquire skills in VPN technologies and Cryptography
  • Become familiar with advanced firewall features to ensure robust network security


  • Basic academic knowledge
  • Passionate about network security
  • Fast internet connection
  • Smartphone/PC/Laptop

Why should I take this course?

  • Increase expertise in network security
  • Get a certificate which is internationally recognised
  • Self-learning pace
  • Add skills to your resume to increase its value
  • Well-structure course content
  • Premium courses at a low price

Career Path

  • Network Security Analyst
  • Firewall Administrator
  • Penetration Tester 
  • Network Engineer
  • Cyber Security Consultant
  • Security Architect

Course Curriculum

Cisco ASA Certificate Course
Lecture-1: Common Network Security Terms. 00:17:00
Lecture-2: Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability. 00:26:00
Lecture-3: Security Concepts & Terms. 00:38:00
Lecture-4: Intro to Firewall Technologies. 00:28:00
Lecture-5: About Cisco ASA Firewall. 00:12:00
Lecture-6: Install Cisco ASAv Firewall in GNS3. 00:13:00
Lecture-7: Install ASA 9 Cluster, Security Context enable in GNS3. 00:10:00
Lecture-8: Install Cisco ASAv Firewall on EVE-NG. 00:10:00
Lecture-9: Install Cisco ASAv Firewall on VMWare Workstation. 00:06:00
Lecture-10:Cisco ASA Firewall Basic Configuration Commands. 00:50:00
Lecture-11:Device Management Cisco ASA Console. 00:10:00
Lecture-12:Device Management Cisco ASA Telnet. 00:23:00
Lecture-13:Device Management Cisco ASA SSH. 00:21:00
Lecture-14:Device Management Cisco ASA ASDM. 00:32:00
Lecture-15:Device Management Cisco ASA TFTP. 00:21:00
Lecture-16:Device Management Cisco ASA FTP. 00:11:00
Lecture-17:Security Levels and Zoning in Cisco ASA. 00:40:00
Lecture-18:Introduction to Routing & Static Routing. 00:34:00
Lecture-19:Network Route Configuration in Cisco ASA. 00:09:00
Lecture-20:Host Route Configuration in Cisco ASA. 00:10:00
Lecture-21:Default Route Configuration in Cisco ASA. 00:26:00
Lecture-22:Floating Static Route Configuration in ASA. 00:37:00
Lecture-23:IP SLA (Service Level Agreement) in ASA. 00:29:00
Lecture-24:Dynamic Routing Protocol RIP version 2. 00:28:00
Lecture-25:Dynamic Routing Protocol EIGRP Configuration. 00:15:00
Lecture-26:Dynamic Routing Protocol OSPF Configuration. 00:38:00
Lecture-27:Routing Protocols Redistribution. 00:25:00
Lecture-28:Implement Access Control Lists in ASA. 00:36:00
Lecture-29:Configure & Verify Extended ACLs in ASA. 01:23:00
Lecture-30:Configure & Verify Infrastructure ACLs. 00:18:00
Lecture-31:Configure & Verify Time-Based ACLs. 00:22:00
Lecture-32:Configure & Verify Standard ACLs. 00:33:00
Lecture-33:Configure & Verify Object Groups ACLs. 00:42:00
Lecture-34:Configure & Verify DHCP Server in ASA. 00:42:00
Lecture-35:Configure & Verify DHCP Relay in ASA. 00:16:00
Lecture-36:Introduction & Theory of NAT and PAT ASA. 00:23:00
Lecture-37:Creating Lab Topology for NAT & PAT. 00:25:00
Lecture-38:Static NAT in Cisco ASA. 00:35:00
Lecture-39:Static PAT in Cisco ASA. 00:25:00
Lecture-40:Dynamic NAT in Cisco ASA. 00:26:00
Lecture-41:Dynamic PAT in Cisco ASA. 00:16:00
Lecture-42:Identity NAT in Cisco ASA. 00:23:00
Lecture-43:Policy NAT in Cisco ASA. 00:16:00
Lecture-44:Modular Policy Framework (MPF). 01:02:00
Lecture-45:Transparent Firewall. 00:34:00
Lecture-46:ASDM Walkthrough. 01:17:00
Lecture-47:Security Contexts (Multi-Contexts). 00:49:00
Lecture-48:Redundancy, HA, Active/Standby Failover. 00:58:00
Lecture-49:Packet Capture in Cisco ASA Firewall. 00:44:00
Lecture-50:Packet Tracer in Cisco ASA Firewall. 00:18:00
Lecture-51:Syslog Logging in Cisco ASA Firewall. 00:45:00
Lecture-52:Introduction and Concept of Cryptography & Terminologies. 00:25:00
Lecture-53:Introduction & Concept of Symmetric & Asymmetric Encryption. 00:05:00
Lecture-54:Introduction and Concept of Cryptography Hash (SHA, MD5). 00:04:00
Lecture-55:Introduction and Concept of Virtual Private Network VPN. 00:46:00
Lecture-56:Introduction and Concept of IPSec Protocols Features. 00:43:00
Lecture-57:Introduction and Concept of Diffie-Hellman (DH). 00:51:00
Lecture-58:Introduction and Concept of SSL/TLS and Handshake. 00:34:00
Lecture-59:Introduction and Concept of IKE, Versions & Modes. 00:21:00
Lecture-60:Internet Key Exchange IKE Phase 1 two Modes Lab. 00:12:00
Lecture-61:Configure and Verify NAT-T (Traversal) on Routers. 00:26:00
Lecture-62:Configure and Verify Client-Based Remote-Access VPN Lab. 00:28:00

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