Course Title: Implementing HP Network Infrastructure Security
Course Number: 00243555 (ASE)
Duration: 2 days
Certification supported by this course: HP ASE Network Infrastructure (2011)
This course is designed to prepare network engineers and network administrators to configure, troubleshoot and implement HP Networking security features used for network protection. Network protection features on both the A-Series and E-Series devices will be explored
This course is designed for HP Networking channel partner systems engineers, network engineers and network specialists who design and deploy wired network solutions. It is also appropriate for HP end user network engineers
HP Access Layer Network Technologies using ProVision Software (ILT - 00646061)
HP Networking Infrastructure Security Technologies or equivalent knowledge
Device access security was covered at the AIS level and the topics covered in this course build on that foundation. Once the device itself is secured, it is necessary to implement the features that will help to protect a network from both intentional and unintentional threats. This class will explore those features that help to protect the network itself. Many network protocols are designed to be interoperable and do not have built in security. These network protection features of both the A-Series and E-Series devices help to protect those insecure protocols
• CA Signed Certificates
• Traffic Mirroring
• Access Control Lists used to filter network traffic
• MAC address protection• Port Security
• Traffic Filters: Source Port Filters and Port Isolation
• Spanning Tree Protection
• DHCP Protection
• ARP Protection
• IP Spoofing Protection
• Threat Detection: Virus Throttling
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Venue code: S= Haughton Hall, Shifnal V=Various N=Newark NITLC
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