Juniper Security Policies Fundamentals

Video: .MP4, AVC, 1280×720, 30 fps | Audio: English, AAC, 48 KHz, 2 Ch | Duration: 1h 27m | 220 MB
Instructor: Shyamraj Selvaraju

Juniper security policies allow networking professionals working with Junos OS to secure access to a network’s critical resources by defining the required security level for those resources. Grasping how these security policies work-and how to troubleshoot them-is key for anyone studying for the Juniper Networks Certified Associate, Security (JNCIA-SEC) certification exam. In this course, discover how to protect your network with security policies as you learn the concepts covered in the Security Policies objectives in the JNCIA-SEC exam. Instructor Shyamraj Selvaraju covers planning and configuring security policies, as well as how you can use these policies to control traffic moving in and out of a network. Plus, discover how to schedule, monitor, and troubleshoot security policies.

Topics include:

Packet flow for transit traffic
Policy components
Defining custom applications
Advanced permit settings
Global policies
Verifying policy configuration
Using a policy scheduler
Configuring ALG
Best practices for troubleshooting

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