This is a sniplet from the Cisco SIMOS course, where we discuss the logical constructs behind a site-to-site IPSec VPN. I hope that this content helps you understand what's happening behind the scenes of your VPN's.
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A brief summary of proxy ARP followed by a demonstration of effects it may be having on your router.
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Just taking the opportunity to practice using Camtasia and perform demonstrations, I apologize for the quality of the video, and lack of preparation on my demo, you'll see me stumbling and searching a bit, but I hope that you find the content to be useful! Over time each demo should get a little better, so subscribe and hang in there with me! Thanks for watching :)
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Remember when running OSPF across a DMVPN deployment that many things must match! Area ID, Area Type, Authentication Type, Authentication Key, Hello & Dead Interval, Network Type, MTU, Subnet Mask, etc Also remember you'll likely want to raise the Priority of the HUB to win the DR Election, and set the Priority to zero on the spokes so that they don't try to become DR.
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This is a session from my CEH class at Stormwind. The class runs over 3 weeks, and we explore various hacking technologies. In this particular session we go over various packet stunts used by attackers for reconnaissance.
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Many engineers I meet have mixed environments, and while Cisco is dominant there is also quite a bit of HP gear out there. I hear students complain because it behaves differently so I shared 3 things to watch for that we're not used to thinking about in the Cisco world. I hope this helps make your week a little less stressful, thanks for watching.
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This is a foundational topic, and in detail, hoping to provide some clarity to anyone struggling with the concept of encapsulation. Before we dive deeper I want to make sure we're all building on a solid foundation, let's look at layer 2/3/4 headers. I'm responding to a question that came in regarding ESP working at the network layer (3) I explain why that's not entirely true, it relies upon layer 3, but works at layer 4 similar to ICMP.
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Just a quick demo of a buffer overflow against a web server. The video quality is poor, but you can follow along and get the idea. I'm pretty rough on video, but trying to get better and learning as I go. Looking forward to any constructive feedback! Thanks for watching :)
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Chasing my wife (Blue E92 M3)around Sebring at the Suncoast Porsche Club Drivers Education event. Really great time, fantastic instructors, unfortunately had some boost issues, but will get them squared away, already looking forward to next time. Audio track is: Baião Lo-fi by Chico Correa and Electronic Band
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I had a fantastic question come in today regarding defense in Depth. I think this is a great idea, and give my thoughts on it. Having watched the recording, I've already thought of mitigation techniques and counters to my own points, but I enjoy hearing others opinions on defense strategies. Let me know what you think, I realize it would be additional expense and administrative overhead. Also, if there is a shared component or library, say two vendors use OpenSSL, and OpenSSL has a bug, then both vendors have an issue, so mixed proprietary systems may be best.
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