Snmp server user u1 g1 v3 auth sha a pass priv aes

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Snmp-server user U1 G1 v3 auth sha a-pass priv aes 128 e- pass Snmp-server host management 192.168.1.23 version 3 U1 Snmp cup threshold rising 80 1 Snmp-server enable traps cpu threshold rising Show snmp user Show snmp group
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Cont’ Show logging Logging enable Logging host management 192.168.1.14 Logging trap 5(5 and below) Logging console 4 (log on console) Logging buffered 6(log on buffered) Clear logging buffer Exit Conf t Show logging No logging message 111005(if we don’t want to see this log again) Logging message 111007 level information (to change logging information from level 5 into 6(information))
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Cont’ Exit Conf t Show logging | include 111007 Clear logging buffer Exit Conf t Show logging To send specific syslog message to email address Logging list Our-Even-List message 101001-101003(syslog message range) Logging list Our-Event-List level Informational(level 6 and below)
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Cont’ smtp-server 192.168.2.1 Logging from-address [email protected] Logging recipient-address afework[email protected] level information Logging mail Our-Event-List Clock timezone PST -8 0 Clock summer-time PDT recurring 2 sun mar 2:00 1 sun Nov 2:00
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Cont’ Ping 66.187.233.4 Ntp server 66.187.233.4 outside Show ntp associations Show ntp associations detail Show ntp status Flow-export destination management 192.168.2.1 9996 Class-map global-class Match any Exit Policy-map global-policy Class global-class Flow-export event-type all destination 192.168.2.1 Exit exit
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Cont’ Object network srv-1 Host 172.16.5.5 Nat static 10.123.0.5 net-to-net exit Object-group network DMZ-Servers Network-object object Srv-1 Network-object object Srv-2 Object-group service WEB-services Service-object tcp destination eq http Service-object tcp destination eq https Access-list outside-access-in permit object-group WEB-services any object- group DMZ-Servers Access-group outside-access-in in interface outside
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20-11 ASA Firewall ASA and ZBF use State full filtering. Inside:security level 100 Outside:security level 0 DMZ:security level 50 Initial traffic,form higher to lower(security levels )is allowed by default. ACLs:can be used to punch holes in the firewall will override the security levels.
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Cont’ Firewall support NAT and PAT VPN Botnet filtering AAA Application inspection Object group high availability Class map policy map service policy ASDM:GUI
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Cont’ Int e0/5 Switchport access vlan 1 No shut Exit Int vlan1 Security level 100 Nameif inside Ip address 10.0.0.1 255.255.255.0 exit http server enable http 10.0.0.0 255.255.255.0 inside Show int ip brief Show ip
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21 - ASA CLI L5-7 MPF: Modular Policy Framework Class map: identify the traffic Policy map: what we are doing on that traffic Service policy:the methods used for policy map to work
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