The Way to Activate Your Cisco ASA 5500

We will show the Latest to activate the Cisco ASA 5500 firewall. Detailed info you can check as follows (Taken from Cisco’s Forum) CiscoASA# show activation-key Serial Number: ************ Running Activation Key: 0x7905c844 0x2c16a53f 0xe430dd6c 0xa6e428a8 0x05260b8b Licensed features for…
How to Connect to Cisco ASA?

Although Cisco ASA by default ships with a configuration that already includes 2 preconfigured networks, (Outside network and Inside network configured to 192.168.1.0 subnet with configured DHCP server), which provides an easy way for establishing initial connection over Ethernet, there might be…
Cisco Released Cisco ASA Software 9.0

Version 9.0 of the Cisco ASA software has now been released. Here are some of the major features in the new release. Filter ICMP by ICMP code Clustering of multiple ASAs OSPFv3 and EIGRP support IPv6 support on outside interface…
How to Configure Cisco PIX Firewall?

How to configure a new PIX firewall? You will need to will configure passwords, IP addresses, network address translation (NAT) and basic firewall rules. If you have a new PIX firewall that has never been configured, it will need to…
Simple Ways to Secure Wireless Network

Many administrators and managers will likely read this article title and say to themselves: “We don’t have wireless networking here. I don’t need to read this.”  But those same administrators often discover that wireless networking happens, even when “they don’t…
Cisco PIX Firewall Basics

The PIX is a firewall appliance based on a hardened, specially built operating system, PIX OS, minimizing possible OS-specific security holes. The PIX has received ICSA Firewall and IPsec certification as well as Common Criteria EAL4 evaluation status. PIX firewalls…

Cisco ASA firewall licensing used to be pretty simple, but as features were rolled out as licenses, the scheme became quite complex. The matters are further complicated since different appliances and versions change the rules. This document will help you…
Video Show: “Lock it Down or Free it Up?”

On February 29th, at the RSA 2012 conference in San Francisco, Christopher Young, Senior Vice President of Cisco Security, delivered a rousing keynote address “Lock It Down or Free It Up?” …“All of these business realities have dramatically amplified network…

Networking hardware company—Cisco, is upgrading its firewall technologies and even its own certification courses to better meet newer challenges in network security. Cisco has introduced a new “reimagined” firewall that adds a level of security smarts that could eventually show…