Cisco VPN Configuration Guide
Plus Free ASA5505 Tutorial
Become an Expert in Cisco VPN Technologies with the most comprehensive and up-to-date VPN Configuration Guide for Cisco ASA and Cisco Routers.
Learn how to configure Site-to-Site, Hub-and-Spoke, Remote Access VPNs, DMVPNs etc with practical step-by-step instructions, troubleshooting information and real world scenarios.
- Quickly configure VPNs on ASA + IOS Routers
- Excellent reference for years to come
- 15 years Cisco Expert Author
- Free Bonus: ASA5505 Tutorial with Complete Configurations
(Limited Time Offer)
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Dear Cisco Professional,
My name is Harris Andrea and I have written a comprehensive and practical Cisco VPN Configuration Guide which will teach you how to implement and configure almost any type of Cisco VPN on both ASA Firewalls and Cisco Routers.
Throughout the last 15 years working with Cisco technologies (design, implementation, configuration, troubleshooting etc) I have collected vast experience in Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) which I have included in this Cisco VPN Configuration ebook.
Having this Cisco VPN Guide in your possession will certainly enhance your skills and knowledge about Cisco VPN technologies which are essential for any networking engineer and Cisco professional.
I'm sure that this VPN Configuration ebook will be extremely useful in your whole future career as a Cisco Network Engineer.
Every Networking Professional in this planet will have to configure some kind of VPN sooner or later in his/her professional career. This VPN Guide, therefore, will be a great reference for years to come.
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By purchasing this technical Cisco VPN Tutorial you will be getting discounted updates of the ebook for life. Make sure to subscribe to my customers' email list at the download page after purchasing.
For Both Cisco ASA + Routers
This book covers VPN configurations for both Cisco ASA 5500 Firewalls (version 8.4 and later + v9.x) and Cisco IOS Routers. These two device types are used most often to create VPNs in Cisco networks.
Little Theory - Lots of Practical Info
Apart from a couple of pages with some necessary IPSEC VPN theory, the rest of the book is fully packed with practical information which is based on real-world experience and real-world network scenarios.
Includes Special VPN Scenarios
In addition to the most popular VPN topologies and scenarios, the ebook contains also some special cases for which you will not find information easily anywhere else. See the "Contents" Section for more information.
VPN Types and Topologies Covered
The book will teach you how to Configure Site-to-Site VPNs, Hub-and-Spoke VPNs, Remote Access VPNs and Full Mesh (DMVPN) topologies. The protocols and technologies covered are IPSEC, GRE with IPSEC, Virtual Tunnel Interface (Static VTI and Dynamic VTI), DMVPN, PPTP, Anyconnect SSL VPN etc.
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I'm so confident that you will be completely satisfied with "Cisco VPN Configuration Guide" and the FREE ASA 5505 Tutorial that I offer you unconditional Money-Back Guarantee. Just send me an email within 30 Days from your purchase and you will get your money back.
What is Included in This eBook
This eBook will teach you how to configure and implement almost any Cisco VPN scenario on Cisco IOS Routers and on Cisco ASA Firewalls (newest version 9.x and above and for all ASA 5500 and ASA 5500-X models).
I have tried to include the most important and commonly found VPN topologies that you will find in real world networks. Also, I have included several scenarios which are somewhat infrequent or unusual to encounter and they are also a little bit difficult to configure. These include configuration of VPN Failover using Backup ISP, site-to-site VPN with duplicate subnets, VPN Hairpinning, Active Directory authentication for remote access, remote access using Anyconnect SSL VPN, DMVPN etc.
Here are some of the topics that we will be covering:
|Policy-Based (IPSEC) and Route-Based VPNs (Comparison and Applications)|
|IPSEC VPN Basic Theory|
|Practical Applications of each VPN Technology|
|Comparison Between Various VPN Technologies|
|Configuration of Site-to-Site and Hub-and-Spoke IPSEC VPN on Cisco Routers|
|Configuration of Remote Access Using IPSEC VPN Client on Cisco Routers|
|Configuration of Route-Based VPNs using GRE with IPSEC Protection|
|Configuration of Route-Based VPNs using VTI (Virtual Tunnel Interface) with IPSEC|
|Configuration of Route-Based VPNs using Static VTI and Dynamic VTI|
|Configuration of Dynamic Multipoint VPN (DMVPN) on Cisco Routers|
|Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) on Cisco Routers|
|Configuration of Site-to-Site and Hub-and-Spoke IPSEC VPN on Cisco ASA Firewalls|
|Configuration of Remote Access Using IPSEC VPN Client on Cisco ASA Firewalls|
|Configuration of Remote Access Using Anyconnect SSL VPN on Cisco ASA Firewalls|
|ASA Configuration for Remote Access VPN Authentication using Microsoft Active Directory|
|ASA Configuration for Remote Access VPN Authentication using External AAA Server|
|ASA Configuration for Remote Access VPN Authentication using RSA Server|
From my practical experience I have encountered also several special cases and scenarios which I've included in the ebook:
|Site-to-Site and Hub-and-Spoke VPNs with Sites Having Dynamic Public IP Address|
|Hub-and-Spoke and Remote Access VPNs on Same Device|
|Hub-and-Spoke VPN using DVTI and SVTI with Routers|
|Using Dynamic Routing Protocols (EIGRP) in Hub-and-Spoke networks with Routers|
|Restricting and Controlling IPSEC VPN Traffic Between two sites|
|Enable Communication Between Spokes in a Hub-and-Spoke VPN on ASA (VPN Hairpinning)|
|Allow Remote Users to Access Spoke Sites on ASA (VPN Hairpinning)|
|Site-to-Site IPSEC VPN With Failover Using Backup ISP|
|Site-to-Site IPSEC VPN With Duplicate Subnets (2 cases)|
|Site-to-Site IPSEC VPN Between Cisco Router and ASA|
|Remote Access Authentication Using Microsoft Active Directory, RADIUS, RSA|
See some example networks that we will be discussing in the book (Click on image to enlarge):
About Harris Andrea
Harris Andrea is a Senior Network Security Engineer working in a leading Internet Service Provider in Europe. He graduated from the University of Kansas USA in 1998 with a B.S and M.S degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Since then, he has been working in the Networking field, designing, implementing and managing large scale networking projects with Cisco products and technologies. His main focus is on Network Security based on Cisco ASA Firewalls, VPN technologies, IDS/IPS products, AAA services etc. To support his knowledge and to build a strong professional standing, Harris pursued and earned several Cisco Certifications such as CCNA, CCNP, and CCSP. He is also a technology blogger owing two networking blogs which he updates frequently with Cisco related technical content.
Free ASA5505 Tutorial
I'm offering you also, as a FREE Bonus, an ASA 5505 Configuration Tutorial with 7 real world configuration examples for the popular SOHO ASA5505 Device. This FREE tutorial is dedicated to teach you several unique details of the Cisco ASA 5505 that are applicable for this model only.
In this FREE Bonus material you will learn about:
|Hardware Differences of ASA 5505|
|License Differences of ASA 5505|
|Hardware Ports and VLANs explained|
|License Types explained|
|Default Configuration of ASA 5505|
|Configuring a DMZ on ASA 5505|
|Configuration Example 1: Internet Access With Dynamic Address From ISP|
|Configuration Example 2: Dynamic Address From ISP With DMZ Web Server|
|Configuration Example 3: ASA 5505 With Microsoft SBS Server on the Inside|
|Configuration Example 4: Static Outside Address With DMZ Web and Email Servers|
|Configuration Example 5: Cisco ASA 5505 With PPPoE Internet Access|
|Configuration Example 6: Lan-to-Lan IPSEc VPN Between Two Cisco ASA 5505|
|Configuration Example 7: Remote Access IPSEc VPN on Cisco ASA 5505|
Who Will Benefit From This Book
I remember building my first site-to-site IPSEC VPN back in 2000 using two Cisco PIX 501 firewalls. I was impressed when communication was established between two private LAN networks over the Internet. Since then, I have designed, configured and managed hundreds of VPN implementations using Cisco Routers and PIX/ASA firewalls. This eBook therefore includes all of my working experience with Cisco VPN technology for more than a decade.
Since this ebook covers also some VPN theory, comparisons between different VPN technologies, practical applications of each VPN type etc (in addition to the practical step-by-step configuration instructions), I believe that it will be beneficial for a range of professionals such as:
|Cisco ASA Firewall Administrators|
|Cisco Network and Router Administrators|
|Network Security Engineers/Designers|
|IT Security Consultants|
|Cisco Networking Freelancers|
|Companies offering Network Implementation and Support Services|
|Any Cisco Network Engineer|
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Cisco VPN Configuration Guide
Plus Free ASA5505 Tutorial
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This is less than half the price of ANY Cisco VPN Book that you can find out there!!!
If you think the price is high, I ask you to search around the Internet and if you find a similar and cheaper technical book about Cisco VPNs on Both ASA and Routers with so much detailed content, then I will give you the eBooks for FREE....Period
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OPTION 2: BUNDLE PACKAGE
Cisco VPN Configuration + Cisco ASA Firewall Fundamentals + Bonus ASA Configurations
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I have published another eBook, "Cisco ASA Firewall Fundamentals 3rd Edition", which has been embraced by thousands of Cisco Professionals around the globe. This eBook is priced at $19.95. SEE DETAILS HERE.
The Bundle Package above includes the following 3 eBooks on discount:
|Cisco VPN Configuration Guide||$19.95|
|Plus Cisco ASA Firewall Fundamentals-3rd Edition||$19.95|
|Plus Bonus 11 Complete Configurations for Cisco ASA||Free|
Think about it for a minute: By purchasing the above Bundle Package you will invest in your professional education and enrich your technical knowledge on Cisco ASA Firewalls and Cisco VPNs for a price that is less than a dinner for two. Is it worth it or not?
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I picked up the new ebook yesterday and I haven't put it down for more than 20 minutes. I am a twenty year veteran and I find your guides are the best reference when I am explaining concepts to staff and junior engineers. I have instructed all my staff to pick up your guide if they really want to understand VPNs in practical context.
Your scenarios are on point and provide for a clear understanding of what to apply and how to apply it. Thanks again for this additional contribution. I look forward to an ACS ebook.
Excellent ebook. Very detailed information. It is clear, precise, and easy to understand. I have a task to replaced our pix firewall with hundreds of vpn connections and the ebook gave me the understanding of what I was doing and helped me with the CLI.
Once gain a an execellent reference guide. I've been working with CISCO 871 and then CISCO ASA 5510s over the past 5 years and finally after reading this I have really begun to understand what certain Options mean and how they work.
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This book was very well written and has allowed me to learn much more when it comes to VPN's. Thanks so much. Are you going to write more material based on the newer IOS 9.1?
I have both the ASA and the VPN books. Harris has a way of making a complex technology look simple. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge. I would love to see you do something on MPLS VPN and BGP in the future.
Love your e-books. I followed the step by step ASA configuration in the Cisco VPN Configuration Guide and it saved my bacon on my first site to site IPSEC VPN tunnel set up, as I knew it would.
The Cisco world is difficult and confusing to learn. Unless you do it *every day* it's hard to remember what is needed. Your books make this a lot easier when less experienced people such as myself are called upon to administer Cisco equipment. Thank you and I am very happy with my purchase.
The Cisco VPN Configuration Guide is great. I am relatively new to VPN setups and configurations and found your ebook quite informative with good diagrams and examples as well as excellent format overall. Interesting to read and follow the practical examples. Well Done.
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