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CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.0
Authored By:

Khawar Butt
CCIE # 12353
(R/S, Security, SP, Voice) Comprehensive Coverage of the CCIE Security Lab Exam based on Version 3.0 Blueprint

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A Note from the Author
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for investing in the CCIE Security Lab Work Book Version 3.0 from Netmetric Solutions. I have tried to match the book pattern to the CCIE Security Blueprint. It is broken down into 7 Modules. The first 6 modules focus on the Blueprint technologies. These labs give you the foundations to attempt the Full lab which are called the Super Labs. Although, my recommendation is to go thru the Technology labs before you start the Super Lab, but if you feel comfortable with the technologies, you can start with the Super Labs. There are 3 Super Labs currently in the workbook and you will be getting another 3 by the end of June as promised. I will also be adding an additional 4 labs by the end of July. The book will be shipped with the AVI for the Labs being performed, which you can play in Real Player or Media Player. I would highly recommend downloading Camtasia Studio from http://www.techsmith.com. The quality of the videos increases drastically when viewed in Camtasia. The initial and final (Golden) configuration files are available to download at http://www.netmetric-solutions.com. We will e-mail you use a username and password. You can use this to download the files from the website. I am also in the process of setting up a support forum. You will also be given access and information about the support forum thru the email. In terms of the Rack Rental companies, I would highly recommend http://CCIE2BE.com, http://cconlinelabs.com and http://ciscolabs.ca. They have topologies wired specifically for this Workbook. Thanks again for choosing us for your CCIE Preparation. I am sure you will not be disappointed Khawar Butt CCIE # 12353 (R/S, Security, SP, Voice) MSN IM: khawarb@khawarb.com

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About CCIE® Security Certification
CCIE® certification in Security indicates expert level knowledge of Security solutions in the enterprise. Candidates should be able to install, configure and maintain Security solutions over IP networks.

Requirement’s for Becoming a CCIE® Security
There are no formal prerequisites for CCIE® certification. Other professional certifications and/or specific training courses are not required. Instead, candidates are expected to have an in-depth understanding of the subtleties, intricacies and challenges of end-to-end networking. You are encouraged to have on hands on experience with the devices used in the Lab. A Bootcamp is also recommended to guide you in a focused path towards the CCIE certification. To obtain your CCIE®, you must first pass a written qualification exam and then a corresponding hands-on lab exam.

CCIE® Security Lab Workbook
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Written by Khawar Butt, author of several popular CCIE Security Workbooks. Extensive coverage of all the CCIE Security Version 3.0 blueprint topics. 38 Labs including 3 Super Labs (100 point Lab) and 35 topic/technology specific labs and around 150 mini-labs. Additional 7 Super Labs will be given at no extra charge by the end of July. Total 10 Super Labs. Covers Security on the Routers, Switches, ASA and IPS Devices. It also covers the ACS Server. Startup and Golden Configurations for each Lab including Minilabs and Super Labs. The book includes Live video replay DVD that has each and every lab solved.

Video Replay DVD
The solutions DVD contains live videos for all the labs in this lab workbook. We believe in good old saying, "picture says thousand words" and we wanted to put that in practice. The DVD contains our lab solution in video format. You will simply need to insert the DVD and watch the labs being done. Click on the solution video for the lab you are working on and it should play the video. You will be able to fast forward,
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rewind, pause, stop and replay these videos as many times as you desire. The DVD should help you prepare for the labs in this workbook and make you more informed and better equipped engineer. This will also help you in the real world to see how complex technologies are being implemented in a step-by-step manner.

Netmetric Solutions Bootcamps
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Instructed by a Well-known Quad CCIE Instructor. 7 days of intense CCIE® Training. 40 hours of more rack time before and/or after the lab boot camp which allows our delegates to reinforce what they learn during the CCIE® Security lab boot camp. Covers all the topics listed on CCIE® Security Lab Version 3.0 Blue Print. Each topic will be discussed in the class room environment by our expert instructor. Super Lab [Mock CCIE® Security Lab] will be conducted and graded during the last day and a half to analyze your knowledge and readiness. Includes our CCIE® Security Lab Bootcamp Workbook for free. Lab Boot Camp Student Kit labs are different than Lab Workbook labs for additional exposure and scenarios. Access to our expert instructor staff after the CCIE® Security Lab Boot Camp. Can be purchased with the Travel Package. For a group of four or more, we can bring this boot camp to your office anywhere in the world. Excellent Retake Policy, which allows you to retake this course for free for up to one year, as far as there is a seat available in the class. Compliant with latest CCIE changes announced by Cisco Systems.

For International Customers
Netmetric Solutions is offering attractive and convenient travel package for our customers traveling from around the world to attend our training programs. Netmetric Solutions has worked out special rates and perks from nearby hotels at our Hyderabad and New Delhi campuses which offer our delegates complete turnkey solution to their travel related needs. Netmetric Solutions will assign a dedicated account manager to work with our delegates travel needs. Single point of contact will make your travel and learning experience unique and easy. Please check our online schedule and contact us for any training requirements in international locations.
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Additional Reading References
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CCIE® Practical Studies: Security (CCIE® Self-Study) (Bokotey, Mason, Morrow, ISBN# 1587051109) CCIE® Security Exam Certification Guide (CCIE® Self-Study), 2nd Edition (Benjamin, ISBN: 1587201356) CCIE® Security Practice Labs (CCIE® Self-Study) (Bhaiji, ISBN# 1587051346) Cisco Access Control Security: AAA Administration Services (Carroll, ISBN# 1587051249) Cisco Router Firewall Security (Deal, ISBN# 1587051753) Designing Network Security, Second Edition (Kaeo, ISBN# 1587051176) Network Security Architectures (Convery, ISBN# 158705115X) Network Security First-Step (Thomas, ISBN# 1587200996) Network Security Fundamentals (De Laet, Schauwers, ISBN# 1587051672) Network Security Principles and Practices (Malik, ISBN# 1587050250) Troubleshooting Virtual Private Networks (VPN) (Lewis, ISBN# 1587051044)

General Publications
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Cisco Security Architectures (Held and Hundley, McGraw Hill, ISBN# B00005UMKL) Firewalls and Internet Security, Second Edition (Cheswick, Bellovin, and Rubin, Addison-Wesley, ISBN# 020163466X) Internetworking with TCP/IP Volume I: Principles, Protocols, and Architecture (4th Edition) (Comer and Stevens, Prentice Hall, ISBN# 0130183806) Internet Security Protocols : Protecting IP Traffic (Black, Prentice Hall, ISBN# 0130142492) IPSec: The New Security Standard for the Internet, Intranet and Virtual Private Networks (Doraswamy and Harkins, Prentice Hall, ISBN# 013046189X) Network Security: Private Communication in a Public World, Second Edition (Kaufman, Perlman, Speciner, Prentice Hall, ISBN# 0130460192)

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Disclaimer
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Cisco NDA Compliance Notice
Netmetric Solutions’ CCIE® Security lab workbook is in compliance of Cisco Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA). All of the scenarios in this lab workbook are based on hypothetical scenarios and are tested on our remote racks. It is our attempt to train our clients on the technologies and not merely exam preparedness. Often you will find scenarios in our lab workbook which is exactly how it happened to be in some real world situation. We strongly encourage you to abide by Cisco Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA) and never ask any question on our support forum or by email or any other way, which is directly taken from the real CCIE® lab exam. If we suspect such an activity, we will forward the communication to Cisco authorities and disable all access to our systems immediately.

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1.3 3.www.2 3.14 – Configuring Multicast Routing on the ASA 1.1 3.info Table of Contents Module 1 – Firewalls – ASA & IOS Firewall Lab 1 – Basic ASA/IOS Configurations Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab 1.3 – Translations using Dynamic NAT/PAT configurations 1.13 – Running EIGRP on the ASA 1.1 2.12 – Running OSPF on the ASA 1.8 – Configuring Service Protocols on the ASA 1.4 2.5 – – – – – Configuring Multiple Contexts Active/Active Failover using Security Contexts Multi-Mode Transparent Firewall Interface Redundancy Route Tracking Using SLA Monitor Lab 4 – IOS Firewall – Basic Configurations Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.CareerCert.9 – – – – – – – – – Layer 2 Transparent Firewall Configuring Management on a Transparent Firewall Configuring ACLs on a Transparent Firewall Configuring ARP Inspection on a Transparent Firewall Configuring Failover Configuring Statefull Failover Configuring Application Aware Inspection Configuring QoS on the ASA Configuring TCP Normalization Lab 3 – Security Contexts and Redundancy Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab 3.6 2.15 – Configuring Java.5 2.7 2.5 – Configuring Translations 1.netmetric-solutions.9 – Access Control 1.4 3.7 – Configuring Management Protocols on the ASA 1.6 – Configuring Timeouts and Connection Limits 1.4 – Configuring communications between interface with the same security level interfaces.2 2.11 – Running RIP on the ASA 1.3 2.1 – Basic Configurations 1.10 – Object Groups 1.2 – Configure Static and Default Routes 1.com Page 7 of 307 .com. ActiveX and URL Filtering Lab 2 – Advanced ASA Configurations Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab 2.8 2. Email: khawarb@khawarb.

2 – Configuring Zone Based Firewall – Configuring Traffic Policies for Inter-zone Traffic Lab 5.1 – Configuring Zone Based Firewall – Creation of Zones Lab 5.2 7.1 6.com Page 8 of 307 .CareerCert. Email: khawarb@khawarb.2 4.6 – – – – – – IPSec LAN-to-LAN using DMVPN IPSec LAN-to-LAN with NAT (Overlapping Subnets) High Availability VPN – Without HSRP High Availability VPN – Using HSRP IPSec LAN-to-LAN using GET VPN IPSec LAN-to-LAN using ISAKMP Profiles Lab 8 – EZVPN Configurations Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab 8.www.5 – – – – – IPSec LAN-to-LAN Router to Router VPN GRE/IPSec Using IPSec Profiles IPSec LAN-to-LAN Router to ASA VPN IPSec LAN-to-LAN Disabling NAT-T thru ASA Multi-Point GRE Tunnel Lab 7 –LAN-to-LAN – Advanced Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab 7.1 7.3 8.5 – – – – – Basic IOS Firewall Configurations Tuning DoS attack parameters Enabling Auditing Filtering (Java and URL Filtering) PAM Lab 5 – IOS Firewall – Advanced Configurations Lab 5.2 8.3 6.4 7.2 – DMVPN Using CA Server Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com.1 – IPSec LAN-to-LAN Router Using CA Server Lab 9.1 4.3 7.netmetric-solutions.3 4.5 – – – – – EZVPN Router-Router – Client Mode EZVPN Router-Router – Network Extension Mode EZVPN with Router-Cisco VPN Client EZVPN ASA to Router/Cisco VPN client IPSec Hairpinning with EZVPN Lab 9 – IPSec using CA Server Lab 9.4 6.5 7.3 – Configuring Parameter-Maps for DoS Thresholds and Deep Packet Inspections Module 2 – Virtual Private Networks (VPN) Lab 6 – LAN to LAN Tunnels – Basic Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab 6.info Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab 4.1 8.2 6.4 4.4 8.

4 – – – – IPS Sensor in Inline Mode Signature Tuning on IPS Sensor Signature Firing – Throttle Parameters Configuring Multiple Virtual Sensors – Inline Mode Lab 14 – Custom Signatures Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab 14.5 – – – – – Configuring Configuring Configuring Configuring Configuring Custom Custom Custom Custom Custom Stream Signatures Packet Signatures HTTP Signatures Meta Signatures AIC Signatures Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.3 13. Email: khawarb@khawarb.1 – SSL VPN on the ASA – Basic Lab 10.1 14.7 – – – – – – – Configuring SPAN/RSPAN Initial IPS Sensor Settings from the CLI IPS Sensor in Promiscuous Mode Blocking using a Router Rate-Limiting using Router Blocking using a ASA Configuring Multiple Virtual Sensors – Prom.6 12.2 – SSL VPN on the ASA – Advanced Lab 11 – QoS with IPSec Lab 11.netmetric-solutions.4 14.1 13.2 – Configuring QoS with IPSec – ASA Module 3 – IPS/IDS Lab 12 – IPS Sensor Configurations – Promiscuous Mode Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab 12.info Lab 10 – SSL VPN Lab 10.www.2 13.com Page 9 of 307 .1 12.2 14.2 12. Mode Lab 13 – IPS Sensor Configurations – Inline Mode Lab Lab Lab Lab 13.3 12.5 12.1 – Configuring QoS with IPSec – Router Lab 11.com.4 12.3 14.CareerCert.

1X Lab 21 – Configuring Control Plane Security Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.5 – Configuring Lab 20.Advanced Module 4 – Access Management Lab 17 – Configuring AAA Authentication for Management Access Lab Lab Lab Lab 17.4 – – – – Configuring Configuring Configuring Configuring AAA Clients on ACS Server User & Group Accounts on the ACS Server AAA Authentication on Routers/Switches AAA Authentication on ASA Lab 18 – Configuring AAA for Command Authorization Lab 18.2 – Configuring AAA Command Authorization for ASA Lab 19 – Configuring AAA Accounting Lab 19.www.6 – Configuring Lab 20.2 – Configuring IOS IPS .1 – Configuring AAA Accounting for Router/Switches Lab 19.1 20.info Lab 15 – IPS Sensor Tuning Lab Lab Lab Lab 15.1 15.3 20.3 15.2 – Configuring AAA Accounting for ASA Lab 19.1 – Configuring AAA Command Authorization for Routers/Switches Lab 18.1 17.2 17. Email: khawarb@khawarb.3 17.4 – – – – Tuning Fragmentation Parameters on the IPS Sensor Configuring Event Overrides Configuring Event Filtering Configuring SNMP Traps Lab 16 – Cisco IOS IPS Configurations Lab 16.2 20.com Page 10 of 307 .com.2 15.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions.3 – Configuring AAA Usage Quotas For Users Lab 20 – Configuring Advanced Features – Configuring – Configuring – Configuring – Configuring the Router Lab 20.7 – Configuring Lab Lab Lab Lab 20.1 – Configuring IOS IPS – Basic Lab 16.4 Authorization Proxy on the Router Authorization Proxy on the ASA Downloadable ACLS on the ASA HTTP Authentication & Authorization on LAC Features Network Access Profiles with NAF NAC Framework – 802.

1 – Using NBAR for CB-WFQ Lab 25.netmetric-solutions.4 – – – – Configuring NAT on Routers Configuring IP TCP Intercept Configuring NTP Disabling Unnecessary Services on the Routers Lab 24 – Implementing QoS for Traffic Control and Congestion Management Lab 24.2 – Using NBAR for LLQ Lab 25.3 – Configuring CPU Protection Module 5 – Network and Switch Security using IOS Features Lab 22 – ACL Lab Lab Lab Lab 22.2 – Configuring LLQ Lab 24.1 – Configuring CB-WFQ Lab 24.www.3 23. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com Page 11 of 307 .3 – Rate-limiting Lab 25 – Using NBAR Lab 25.1 22.info Lab 21.2 22.4 – – – – Time-based Access List Reflexive Access List Dynamic Access List Preventing IP Spoofing Using ACL’s and RPF Lab 23 – IOS Services Lab Lab Lab Lab 23.2 – Configuring CP Policing Lab 21.3 22.com.1 23.2 23.3 – Using NBAR for Traffic Analysis Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.CareerCert.1 – Configuring Routing Protocol Security – Authentication and Filtering Lab 21.

com.2 28.www.3 28.2 26.2 30.1 26.4 – – – – Blocking Blocking Blocking Blocking HTTP attacks using NBAR File Transfer Attacks using NBAR Fragmented UDP Attacks using FPM TCP SYN Flood Attacks using FPM Lab 31 – Service Provider Security Lab 31.3 – Mitigating DoS and Syn attacks using IP TCP Intercept Lab 30 – Mitigating Attacks using NBAR and FPM Lab Lab Lab Lab 30.2 – Mitigating DoS and Syn attacks using CBAC Lab 29. Smurf and Fragment Attacks Lab 27.4 26.3 30.7 – – – – – – – Controlling Management Protocols Port Security Configuring Spanning Tree Portfast Enabling DHCP Snooping Configuring Dynamic ARP Inspection (DAI) Configuring Dot1x Authentication Configuring filtering using VLAN Maps Module 6 – Network Attacks Lab 27 – Blocking Attacks Using ACL’s Lab 27.com Page 12 of 307 .1 30.5 26.1 – Mitigating DoS attacks using CAR Lab 29.2 – IP Spoofing Attacks Lab 28 – Mitigating Layer 2 Attacks Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab 28.1 28.4 28. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info Lab 26 – Catalyst Switch Security Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab Lab 26.5 – – – – – Mitigating MAC Spoofing Attacks Mitigating ARP Spoofing Attacks Mitigating Man-in-the-Middle Attacks Preventing VLAN Hopping Attacks Mitigating DHCP Attacks Lab 29 – Preventing DoS Attacks Lab 29.6 26.3 26.1 – Blocking Fraggle.1 – Blocking Attacks using PBR Lab 31.netmetric-solutions.CareerCert.2 – Blocking Attacks Using Remote Triggered Black Hole Module 7 – Troubleshooting Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.

info Lab 32 – Troubleshooting ASA Lab 32.com Page 13 of 307 .1 – Troubleshooting Initial Configuration Issues and BGP Thru ASA Lab 33 – Troubleshooting DMVPN Lab 33.www.com.1 – Troubleshooting DMVPN Super Lab Breakdown Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section Section 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 – – – – – – – – – ASA/IOS FW Configuration – Basic ASA/IOS Configuration – Advanced IPS Configuration – Basic IPS Configuration – Advanced VPN Configuration – Basic VPN Configuration – Advanced Access Management (ACS) Network / Switch Security Network Attacks Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions. Email: khawarb@khawarb.CareerCert.

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22.0/24 VLAN 55 F 0/0 (.168.10) F0/0 (.1.10) 191.10) 10.2) 192.3.1.0/24 VLAN 44 F0/3 (.11. Email: khawarb@khawarb. AAA and CA (.6) ASA-2 F 0/0(.168.0/24 VLAN 10 F 0/1 (.5) R5 192.125.0/24 VLAN 100 F 0/0 (.44) R4 192.1(.10) F0/0 (.55. IEV.0/24 S 0/0 (.22.2) R2 S 0/0 (.10) F0/1 (. Syslog.10) F 0/1.com.1.www. Network Diagram 1.1) R1 F 0/0 (.netmetric-solutions.4.25) 10.0/24 VLAN 11 R3 F0/0 (.6(.22.1 IDM.20) BB1 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 15 of 307 .55) R6 F 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 66 F 0/1.22.33) ASA-1 192.0/24 VLAN 33 F0/2 (.66.66.22.info Lab 1 – Basic ASA Configurations Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.1) 10.1.0/24 VLAN 12 F 0/0 (.CareerCert.11.10) 10.

1 – Initial Setup of ASA Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure ASA-1 with the following IP configuration for the Interfaces: Interface F 0/0 F 0/1 F 0/2 F 0/3 Name Outside Inside DMZ3 DMZ4 Security Level 0 100 50 50 IP Address 192.10/24 Task 2 At this point.com Page 16 of 307 .100.4. Task 4 Configure ASA-2 with the following IP configuration for the Interfaces: Interface F 0/0 F 0/1.10/24.10/24 Task 5 At this point. Email: khawarb@khawarb.netmetric-solutions.25/24.22.com. the ASA should be able to ping all the surrounding routers.66.66.info Lab 1.66. Configure the Switch with the Test Workstation PC and Management Interface of the ASA in the same VLAN.CareerCert.6 Name Outside Inside DMZ6 Security Level 0 100 50 IP Address 192.22. Configure the Test Workstation PC with an IP Address of 10. Task 3 Configure the Management interface with an IP Address of 10.168.1.www.22. Task 6 Configure the ASA-2 to give out IP Configuration on the DMZ6 interface using the following information: IP Range : 10.1 F 0/1.100.10/24 192.66. the ASA should be able to ping all the surrounding routers.10/24 192.10/24 10.55.1.100 DNS Server : 192.35 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.3.10/24 10.1.100.168. Configure the Switch by assigning the ASA-2 ports in the appropriate VLANs.22.10/24 10.55.51 – 10. Configure the Switch by assigning the ASA-1 ports in the appropriate VLANs.66.66.100.22.

1.22.com. ASA-1 and R2 are located in San Jose and ASA-2 and R5 are located in Dubai. R5 should be configured as the Master with a Stratum of 2. Task 8 Configure logging on ASA-1 using the following: IKE. IPSec and VPN Client messages should be sent to the buffer for critical messages.netmetric-solutions. Configure it with a key id of 1 and a MD5 key of cciesec. Email: khawarb@khawarb. It should be seen from ASA@WB. Configure it with a key id of 1 and a MD5 key of cciesec.com Page 17 of 307 .169 Task 7 Configure both the ASA’s to get the clock from R2 and R5. Configure R2 as the preferred master and R5 as the secondary master for ASA-1.www.36 TFTP-Server : 10.com.com.66.CareerCert.info WINS Server : 10.25 to send mail. WebVPN. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Set the buffer size to 32768 bytes Routing Error messages for RIP and OSPF should be sent to an email address of khawarb@khawarb.66. ASA should use a SMTP Server of 192.66.66. R5 should be configured as the Master with a Stratum of 2. Configure R5 the preferred master and R2 as the secondary master for ASA-2.

Internal Networks include networks off of the Inside and DMZ3 interfaces.2 – Static and Default Routes Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Internal Networks include networks off of the Inside. Email: khawarb@khawarb. They should also have full connectivity to the Frame Cloud and each other.www. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.CareerCert. Task 3 Configure ASA-2 with Static Routes for all internal networks including loopbacks. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure ASA-1 with Static Routes for all internal networks including loopbacks. DMZ3 and DMZ4 interfaces.info Lab 1.netmetric-solutions. Note: At this point.com Page 18 of 307 . the Firewalls should have full connectivity to their respective internal networks.com. Task 2 Configure a default route on ASA-1 pointing towards R2. Task 4 Configure a default route on ASA-2 pointing towards R5.

www. Task 6 Configure a NAT/PAT combination on ASA-2 to allow the internal networks (including DMZ6) to access the outside using a pool of 192.3 – Translations and Connections Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Make sure packets going towards the Frame Cloud from ASA-1 go thru a Translation rule before they are allowed out. Back this pool up by using a PAT address of the outside interface. Task 3 Create a loopback 100 on R6. Task 4 Configure ASA-2 and R5 with a static route for this network. Email: khawarb@khawarb.22.1.51 – 192.1.CareerCert.6/24.22. Use 192.com Page 19 of 307 . Task 5 Allow this network to access the outside network using it’s own address.6.200. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1.1.1.151 – 192.55.100 to back this pool up.com. Assign it an address of 100. Task 2 ASA-1 should translate internal networks (including DMZ3 and DMZ4) to outside using a pool of 192.netmetric-solutions. Do not use the Static command to accomplish this task.55.info Lab 1.99.55.6.

Email: khawarb@khawarb.CareerCert. Task 2 Also allow traffic to enter and exit the same interface on ASA-1.com Page 20 of 307 . Task 3 No need to test this.www. Just put the configuration commands.4 – Same-Security-Level Communications Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.netmetric-solutions.com. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.info Lab 1. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Allow DMZ3 and DMZ4 networks to communicate to each other.

55.22.1.1.166/24.1.66.22). Be very specific in your translations.55. Do not use the static command to accomplish this task.44.22. Don’t use an Access-list to accomplish this task. This network should be allowed to go out using it’s own address towards R5 F 0/0 interface only. Assign it an IP Address of 192.55) Loopback. Email: khawarb@khawarb.22.66/24.1.22.info Lab 1. Task 6 Configure another loopback interface on R6.168.com Page 21 of 307 . Assign it an IP Address of 192. it should be redirected towards 192.1.22.4.22. Task 4 Configure ASA-2 such that BB1 sees R5 as 10.1 on the outside interface and the internal PC (ACS) as 192.168.45.5 and the outside sees BB1 as 192.4.22. it is seen as 192.com.22. Task 3 Configure ASA-1 such that when R3 F0/0 communicates with R2 Loopback (22. Task 2 Configure ASA-1 such that when it receives a packet destined to the outside interface for port 23.22.25 on the outside interface. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure Static translation for R1 F 0/0 as 192.www.21 and when it communicates with R5 (55. it is seen as 192. This address should be seen as itself on the outside.1.5 – Advanced Translations Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.166. It should not be able to go out to the rest of the inter-network. Task 5 Configure a loopback interface on R6.55.20.CareerCert.66. it should be redirected towards 192. If a packet is received destined to the outside interface for port 25.netmetric-solutions. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.

Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure ASA-1 such that it should only allow a maximum of 1000 simultaneous TCP connections to R1 from the outside networks.com Page 22 of 307 . Dynamic Translations are cleared Task 4 Configure ASA-2 such that UDP connections should timeout after 90 seconds of in-activity. Task 2 Re-configure the Dynamic NAT/PAT translations to a maximum of 100 incoming TCP connections. Task 5 Configure ASA-2 such that ICMP connections should timeout after 60 seconds of in-activity.www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.6 – Connections Limits and Timeouts Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Also. Task 3 Configure ASA-2 such that automatically after 60 minutes.com. block the SYN-Flood attack against this host by restricting the number of half-open connections to 200. It should also restrict the simultaneous UDP connections to 750.CareerCert. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.info Lab 1.

Task 2 Configure the Telnet password as cciesec on both the Firewalls.7 – Configuring Management Protocols Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Task 4 Create a username of BBB1 with a password of cciesec.22.0/24 network to access it for management.0/24 network to access it for management. Have the ASA authenticate against the Local Username database.CareerCert.com.netmetric-solutions.0/24 and the 10. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the Firewalls for Telnet Management from the Inside interface.22.11. The idle timeout for SSH connections should be 2 minutes.22. ASA-2 should allow the 10. Allow BB1 to connect to ASA-1 for Management from the outside interface using SSH Version 2.www.22.com Page 23 of 307 .11. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Task 3 Enable SSH on ASA-1. ASA-1 should allow the 10. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.info Lab 1.

8 – Configuring SNMP Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.22.22.CareerCert.50. Configure the ASA to communicate to this SNMP Server using port 25000.netmetric-solutions. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure SNMP on ASA-1 with a Global SNMP-Community of ASACCIE.50.com Page 24 of 307 . It will be using SNMP Version 2c to the management station at 10.22. Task 3 Enable the following traps to be sent to the SNMP Server: Standard Event Traps (linkup linkdown) IPSec Event Traps (start stop) Remote Access Traps (session-threshold-exceeded) Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. It should be configured with a community name of CC1ESecure. The management station uses a non-standard port of 25000 to listen for Traps. Task 2 Configure a SNMP Server with an IP Address of 10. Email: khawarb@khawarb.www.com.info Lab 1.22.

Also allow traffic for the ACS server which was translated to 192.CareerCert.1.5 Task 2.5 Task1).1 (Lab 1. TACACS+.25 in for HTTP.21 to communicate with R2 and it used 192.9 – Access Control Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.www. R3 used 192.1. Task 3 Allow Telnet and SSH Traffic to come into R3 from R2 and R5 Loopbacks.22.com Page 25 of 307 .22. Task 4 Your Network Administrator has configured BGP between R5 and BB1.info Lab 1. Task 2 Allow traffic destined to the outside interface for ports SMTP and Telnet to come in.22 when it communicated to R5. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.22. and the RADIUS ports. Allow the peering to form thru ASA-2.1. Email: khawarb@khawarb. SSH and HTTP. This translation was done earlier in Lab 1.22. ASA-2 should be able to ping outside and get a response.netmetric-solutions. Task 6 Configure ASA-2 such that only R2 Loopback 0 and R5 Loopback 0 should be able to ping its outside interface. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Allow traffic in for R1’s translated address 192.com.1. Task 5 Configure the ASA-1 such that it should be able to ping outside but nobody should be able to ping ASA-1’s outside interface. You should only allow traffic for Telnet.

202 192.201 192.1.204 192.168.4.com.www.22. HTTPS. Task 3 Allow access to the Application Servers with the minimum number of lines possible. FTP HTTP.4.4.168.168.10 – Object Groups Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.4.1.CareerCert.168.168.22. FTP SMTP SMTP DNS.22. HTTPS.203 192.4.com Page 26 of 307 .4.info Lab 1. HTTPS.22.1.204 192.202 192.4.22.168.22. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions. TFTP Task 2 Create one-on-one static translations based on the above table.168.1.1.203 192. Lab Objectives: Task 1 DMZ4 contains the following Application Servers and Applications: Real IP Address 192. TFTP DNS. Email: khawarb@khawarb.207 Applications HTTP.1.201 192.205 192.206 192.206 192. FTP HTTP.205 192.1.22.207 Translated Address 192.

Task 2 Configure RIP V2 on the ASA-1 on the DMZ3 and DMZ4 interface. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Clear all the static routes on ASA-1. The Routers are preconfigured with the Routing Protocols.www. Email: khawarb@khawarb. You will be configuring Dynamic Routing protocols on them to learn routes.info Lab 1.CareerCert.11 – Running RIP V2 Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Task 3 R3 and R4 are configured with RIP V2 authentication of Key 1 and password of cciesec. Configure ASA-1 with the same to allow it to receive routes from the routers.netmetric-solutions. Disable auto-summarization of routes. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 27 of 307 .com.

Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.111.com.www.122.com Page 28 of 307 . Configure ASA-2 to receive routes from R5. Task 3 Clear all the static routes on ASA-2. Task 4 Configure OSPF on the outside interface of ASA-2 as Area 0.122. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure OSPF on the outside interface of ASA-1 in Area 0. Hard-code the Router-id as 122. Email: khawarb@khawarb.111.info Lab 1.CareerCert.111.12 – Running OSPF Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Task 2 R2 is configured with a key of 1 and a password of cciesec. Task 5 R5 is configured with a key of 1 and a password of cciesec. Configure the ASA to receive routes from R2. Hard-code the Router-id as 111.122.

Configure ASA-2 to receive routes from BB1.netmetric-solutions.www. Disable Auto-summarization. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure EIGRP on the inside interface of ASA-1 in AS 100.info Lab 1. Task 2 R1 is configured with a key of 1 and a password of cciesec. Disable Auto-summarization. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com Page 29 of 307 . Configure the ASA-1 to receive routes from R1. Task 4 BB1 is configured with a key of 1 and a password of cciesec.13 – Running EIGRP Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Task 3 Configure EIGRP on the inside and DMZ interfaces of ASA-2 in AS 200. Task 5 Perform Route Redistribution such that all devices have a complete picture of the entire topology.CareerCert.

It has a Member part of the Multicast group 225. Task 3 R2 is configured as the RP for the Multicast Group 225.2.CareerCert.2.2.com Page 30 of 307 .netmetric-solutions.14 – Multicast Routing Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.2.com.2. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Multicast Routing has been enabled on R2.2.www. Task 2 Configure ASA-1 to communicate to R2 using PIM.info Lab 1. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Configure the ASA to point to R2 as the RP for that particular group. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.

55/0 network on ASA-1.55.com. Filtering should be done on Port 80 and 8080.22. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 31 of 307 .22.CareerCert. Configure ASA-1 to point to it as the URL Server.0 networks towards 55.info Lab 1. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Filter all ActiveX content from the 10.0/24 network on ASA-1.www.55.22.22.0 networks towards 55.55.77 on the inside network of the ASA-1. Task 2 Filter all Java content from the 10.15 – Content Filtering Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Task 5 If the URL Server is down. the packets should be allowed to go out. Task 4 Configure ASA-1 for URL Filtering on port 80. Email: khawarb@khawarb.22. Filtering should be done on Port 80 and 8080.netmetric-solutions. 443 and 8080.22. Task 3 There is a Websense URL Server located at 10.

www.CareerCert. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com.com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.com Page 32 of 307 .netmetric-solutions.0 Module 1: Firewalls – ASA/IOS Lab 2 – Advanced ASA Configurations Netmetric Solutions http://www.

0/24 VLAN 11 Inside ASA Outside 10.1) 10.22.22.11.com Page 33 of 307 .com.www.2) R2 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.CareerCert.info Lab 2 – Advanced ASA Configurations Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.11.22.22.2 10. Email: khawarb@khawarb.0/24 VLAN 22 F 0/0 (. Network Diagram 1.1) R1 F 0/0 (.netmetric-solutions.0/24 VLAN 1 F 0/1 (.

Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com. Task 2 Configure F 0/0 as the outside interface with a security level of 0.1 – Layer 2 Transparent Firewall Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the ASA-1 Firewall as a Single Mode Transparent Firewall.www.CareerCert. Task 4 Configure the devices in the appropriate VLAN’s on the Switch(s). Email: khawarb@khawarb. Bring the Interface up.com Page 34 of 307 .2 Lab 2. Bring the Interface up.netmetric-solutions.info Network Diagram 1. Task 3 Configure F 0/1 as the inside interface with a security level of 100.

netmetric-solutions.info Lab 2. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Assign ASA-1 an IP address of 10.22.2 – Configuring Management of SMTF Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.22.22.10/24 with a default gateway of 10. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com.www. Telnet and SSH access to the ASA should be allowed from the inside interface only.com Page 35 of 307 .22. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Task 2 Allow Management of ASA-1 only from VLAN 11 devices.2.CareerCert.

Task 2 Allow R1 to Telnet and HTTP into R2.3 – ACL’s in Transparent Mode Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure ASA-1 to allow R2 and R1 to communicate to each other to exchange Routing information. R2 and R1 are running RIP V2 as the routing protocol.www. SMTP and DNS traffic only.com Page 36 of 307 . Also.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions. Task 3 Allow devices on the inside of the ASA should be able to go out for Web. Task 4 You will be configuring MPLS-Unicast Routing on R1 and R2 in the future. Make sure the Firewall allows them to communicate to each other. allow BPDU packets and packets with a EtherType 0x2111 thru the Firewall. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com.info Lab 2.

www. Task 3 Disable the ability of ASA-1 to dynamically learn MAC addresses on the outside interface. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 37 of 307 . Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure ASA-1 such that it examines all the ARP Packets (reply or gratuitous ARP) on the outside interface before forwarding the packet. Create a Static MAC address entry for R2’s MAC address Task 4 ASA-1 should learn MAC addresses dynamically on the inside interface. Email: khawarb@khawarb.4 – ARP Inspection & Static ARP Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. it should drop the packet.netmetric-solutions.info Lab 2. Configure the Aging time for Dynamically learned addresses to 10 minutes.com.CareerCert. Task 2 Create a Static ARP entry for R2 IP to MAC mapping on the respective interface. It should look in the Static ARP table for a matching entry and if it does not exist.

Email: khawarb@khawarb.0/24 VLAN 23 F 0/0.23.info Lab 2.2) 192.1) R1 F 0/0 (.34.1.0/24 VLAN 12 F 0/1 (.22.1.3) 192.11.11) 192.0/24 VLAN 34 F 0/0(.10) ASA-2 F0/0 (.4) R4 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.22.3) R3 F 0/0.CareerCert.3 IDM.11) ASA-1 F0/0 (.25) 10.netmetric-solutions.2) R2 F 0/0 (.4(.1.10) F0/1 (.0/24 VLAN 10 F 0/1 (.www.10(.1) 10. Syslog.com. IEV.22.11.0/24 VLAN 11 F0/1 (.5 – Active/Standby Failover Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab Network Diagram 1. AAA and CA (.com Page 38 of 307 .

Task 7 Allow the inside networks to go out using a Outside pool of 192.22. This interface will be used to transmit Failover control messages.22.com.100. Task 2 Configure F 0/2 as the Failover Link.22.2.1.netmetric-solutions.1.201 – 192.22.11/24 10. ASA-1 will be the Primary Firewall and ASA-2 will be the Secondary Firewall.100.22. Task 4 Configure ASA-2 with the appropriate configuration to enable Failover. Task 5 Configure ASA-1 with the following Primary and Standby IP Addresses: Interface F 0/0 F 0/1 Name Outside Inside Security Level 0 100 System IP 192.11/24 Task 6 Configure RIP V2 as the routing protocol on both the inside and outside interfaces.22. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 39 of 307 .22. Task 3 Authenticate the Failover Control messages using a Key of cciesec. Assign it a name of FC. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Assign the Firewall interfaces in the appropriate VLANs on the appropriate Switches.100.1.info Lab Objectives: Task 1 ASA-1 and ASA-2 will be configured in a Active/Standby Failover Setup.www.1.1/24 with a standby address of 10. Use VLAN’s of your own choice for Failover LAN and Link connections.22.10/24 10.100.10/24 Standby IP 192.254.CareerCert. Also assign it an active IP address of 10.

101. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info Lab 2. Task 3 Assign the ports to a VLAN of your choice on the appropriate Switches. Task 2 The SFF link should be used to replicate the Translations and State table from the Active to the Standby Firewall.2/24 as the Standby address. Assign it a name of SFF.101.com Page 40 of 307 .101.CareerCert.1/24 as the Active Address and 10.www.101.6 – Statefull Failover Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.com. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure F 0/3 with an IP Address of 10.netmetric-solutions.

Translate this server as 192.22. Task 4 There is a FTP Server located at 10. Task 5 FTP traffic destined to this server should not be able to execute the following commands: Put Rmd Rnfr dele Task 6 There is a Web Server located at 10.80.www.21.22.CareerCert.1.com.22. Translate this server as 192. Task 7 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 41 of 307 .21 on the outside. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure ASA-1 to inspect HTTP on ports 80 and 8080. Email: khawarb@khawarb.22.info Lab 2. Do not use an access-list to accomplish this task.1. Allow Web traffic to this Server from the outside. Port 80 should be inspected under the existing class.22.netmetric-solutions. Also configure FTP to be inspected on port 2100 in addition to port 21. Allow FTP traffic to this Server from the outside.7 – Application Aware Inspection Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.22.80 on the outside. Task 2 Disable Application inspection in the Default inspection policy for the following protocols: NetBIOS XDMCP Task 3 Enable Application inspection in the Default inspection policy for the ICMP.

Email: khawarb@khawarb. Task 11 Do not configure this under the Global policy.www. Also.info The ASA-1 should not allow the MOVE and COPY Extensions to this server. Task 9 A BGP neighbor relationship has been configured between R1 and R2 in AS 1200. Task 8 Configure maximum number of incoming connections towards this Web server to 500. set the maximum number of half-open connections to this Web server to 200.22.com Page 42 of 307 . Also. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. They should be dropped.97 and 10. deny any web traffic that has the word CMD anywhere in the URL coming towards this server.22. R1 should be seen as itself on the outside of the ASA.22. Set the embryonic Timeout to 1 minute.CareerCert. Task 10 You don’t want any users on the inside of ASA-1 except for 10. The neighbor relationship should be authenticated.com.98 to be able to use either MSN IM or Yahoo IM.22. Allow this relationship to come up thru ASA from either side.netmetric-solutions.

netmetric-solutions.8 – QoS on the Firewall Before you Start This lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.www.info Lab 2. Task 4 Do not use the Default Global Policy for this lab. Task 2 Also configure Policing to control the traffic for the following Applications: Outbound Web Traffic (HTTP/HTTPS) – 256 kbps Outbound FTP Traffic – 128 Kbps Outbound SMTP Traffic – 128 kbps Outbound Telnet Traffic – LLQ Task 3 Traffic coming into the configured FTP and HTTP servers should be limited to 256 kbps. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com Page 43 of 307 . Lab Objectives: Task 1 Voice Signaling (DSCP = af31) and Data (DSCP =ef) traffic should be sent out without any delay from ASA-1 towards the outside interface.CareerCert. Configure LLQ on ASA-1 to allow for this.com. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.

CareerCert.www.9 – TCP Normalization Before you Start This lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.com. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure ASA-1 such that all Telnet.netmetric-solutions. Drop any packets that have data in the Syn Packet.com Page 44 of 307 . and then allow the packet. Allow packets whose data length exceeds the TCP Maximum segment size. SSH and FTP traffic is either allowed or dropped based on the following criteria: If Checksum is not correct. the packet should be dropped. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Clear the reserved bits in any packets that have it set.info Lab 2.

info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.www.0 Module 1: Firewalls – ASA/PIX/IOS Lab 3 – Security Contexts Netmetric Solutions http://www.com.CareerCert.com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.netmetric-solutions.com Page 45 of 307 .netmetric-solutions.

11) (Shared) F 0/0 (.3) R2 R3 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.100.44.11) F 0/1.www. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Network Diagram 1.11) 10.21) 10.22.netmetric-solutions.44.4 R1 F 0/0 (.22.0/24 VLAN 100 R4 10.3 (.2 (.1) 192.0/24 VLAN 40 F 0/0 (.info Lab 3 – Security Contexts Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.4) F 0/1.com Page 46 of 307 .1.22.2) F 0/0 (.4 (.0/24 VLAN 20 ASA1-C2 F 0/1.CareerCert.com.22.21) (Shared) ASA1-C1 F 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 30 F 0/0 (.

www. Task 2 Bring interface E0/0.100.69.CareerCert.22.1.11/24 10. Configure ASA-C1 to allow the inside network access to the outside networks using Dynamic Translation. Backup the NAT pool with a PAT Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.100.3 Name Outside (Shared) Inside Security Level 0 100 IP Address 192.11/24 10.22.44.com.21/24 Task 6 Enable NAT-control on ASA-C1. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure both ASA’s for Multiple Contexts. and E 0/1.22.info Lab 3.22. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Name them ASA-C1 and ASA-C2.1. Allocate the appropriate interface to the appropriate contexts based on the Network Diagram.100. Configure them with configuration files ASA-C1.cfg respectively on Flash.51 – 192. Split E 0/1 into 3 sub-interfaces based on the Network diagram on ASA-1.2 E 0/1.cfg and ASA-C2.4 Name Outside (Shared) Inside DMZ Security Level 0 100 50 IP Address 192.1. Use a pool of 192.netmetric-solutions.1.44. Task 3 Configure two contexts on ASA-1.100.21/24 10.cfg files in flash before creating the context) Task 4 Configure Interfaces in Context ASA-C1 as follows: Interface E 0/0 E 0/1.1 – Security Contexts on the ASA using Shared Interface Before you Start Load the Initial configuration files for all Routers and Switches used in this lab.11/24 Task 5 Configure Interfaces in Context ASA-C2 as follows: Interface E 0/0 E 0/1.com Page 47 of 307 . Assign the appropriate ports in the appropriate VLANs for this Lab. (Note: Delete any existing .

3.1.100.1.1.0/24). Email: khawarb@khawarb.70. (R2 – 10.71 – 192.com Page 48 of 307 .1.100. Also configure a default route on ASA-C1 and ASA-C2 towards R1.4.0/24.CareerCert.info Pool using an IP Address of 192.2.netmetric-solutions.89.3 as the Translated address on the Outside interface.100.3.1. Task 7 Configure ASA-C2 to allow the inside network access to the outside networks using Dynamic Translation.90. Backup the NAT pool with a PAT Pool using an IP Address of 192. R2 should be seen as 192. Use a pool of 192.100.1.100.1. Create a Static Translation for R3 as 192. Create a Static Translation for R4 as 192.2 on the outside network. Task 8 Configure Static Routes on ASA-C1 and ASA-C2 for all internal networks.100.www.100.2. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. R3 – 10.com.

This interface will be used to transmit Failover control messages. Configure E 0/2 as the Failover Link.100.100. Task 2 Configure ASA-2 with the appropriate configuration to enable Failover. Also assign it an active IP address of 10.22) (.44.21) 10.0/24 VLAN 100 (.4) ASA-1 C2 ASA-2 (.44.com Page 49 of 307 .11) (. Assign the appropriate ports in the appropriate VLANs for this Lab.22.www.22.21) C1 C2 R4 (.100.0/24 VLAN 40 (.info Lab 3.0/24 VLAN 20 (.1.100.22.0/24 VLAN 30 (.5 R1 10. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.3) F 0/1.100.1/24 with a standby address of 10.22) (.2) (.12) (.12) (.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions.11) R2 R3 Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure ASA-2 to back up ASA-1 from the previous lab. Authenticate the Failover Control messages using a Key of cciesec.2 – Configuring Active/Active Failover Before you Start Builds on the configuration of the previous Lab.1) 192.22.11) C1 (.com.2 (.11) (. Email: khawarb@khawarb.2.12) 10. Network Diagram 1. Assign it a name of FC.

11/24 10. The SFF link should be used to replicate the Translations and State table from the Active to the Standby Firewall.11/24 10.2 E 0/1.101.22.100. Assign it a name of SFF.1.2/24 as the Standby address.22.www.11/24 Standby IP 192.44.44.4 Name Outside Inside DMZ Security Level 0 100 50 System IP 192.12/24 Task 4 Re-Configure ASA-1 with the following primary and standby IP address for ASA-C2 Interfaces as follows: Interface E 0/0 E 0/1.CareerCert.44.netmetric-solutions.12/24 10.1/24 as the Active Address and 10. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.100. Task 6 Configure Failover in such a way that C1 will try to become Active on ASA-1 and C2 will try to become Active on ASA-2.1.22/24 Task 5 Configure E 0/3 with an IP Address of 10. Email: khawarb@khawarb.22.101.com Page 50 of 307 .3 Name Outside Inside Security Level 0 100 System IP 192.12/24 10.1.21/24 Standby IP 192.22.22.22.info Task 3 Re-Configure ASA-1 with the following Primary and Standby IP Addresses for ASA-C1: Interface E 0/0 E 0/1.1.22.com.22/24 10.21/24 10.100.100.101.101.44.22.

1.10) ASA1 F 0/0 (. Load the Initial configuration files for all Routers and Switches used in this lab.0/24 VLAN 12 F 0/1.info Lab 3.12.13.1) 192.6 R4 F 0/0 (.2 (.4) 10.12.10) 192.0/24 VLAN 44 F 0/1 (.CareerCert.44.0/24 VLAN 100 F 0/0 (.2) F 0/0 (.3) R2 R3 Before you Start Reload all the devices. Network Diagram 1.1.com.100. Lab Objectives: Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 51 of 307 .www.1) R1 F 0/1.44. Load the Initial configuration files for all Routers and Switches used in this lab.netmetric-solutions. Email: khawarb@khawarb.0/24 VLAN 33 F 0/0 (.1.13.1) 192.3 (.1.1.3 – Multi-Mode Transparent Firewall Before you Start Reload all the devices.0/24 VLAN 22 ASA-2-C2 F0/3 192.0/24 VLAN 13 F0/0 F0/2 ASA-2-C1 F0/1 192.

DNS and TFTP. DNS and TFTP only.12. Configure the context with the following: Context Admin MMTF-C1 MMTF-C2 Config File Admin.10 /24. Task 3 Create three contexts on ASA-2.info Task 1 Configure ASA-2 in multi context mode. SMTP.cfg ASA-C2. Email: khawarb@khawarb. HTTPS.cfg Interfaces F F F F 0/0 0/1 0/2 0/3 Task 4 Configure Interfaces for MMTF-C1 based on the Network diagram as with either Inside or outside.CareerCert. MMTF-C1 should have an IP Address of 192.Cfg ASA-C1. MMTF-C1 and MMTF-C2. Name them Admin. SMTP.netmetric-solutions. HTTPS.com. Task 5 Allow R1 and R2 to exchange RIP routes.com Page 52 of 307 . Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 2 Configure the Switch to map over the Interfaces on ASA-2 to the proper VLANs. Task 7 Allow VLAN 22 and VLAN 12 to SSH into MMTF-C1 for management. Task 6 Allow VLAN 22 to communicate to the outside networks for HTTP.www. Task 9 Allow R1 and R3 to exchange OSPF routes. Task 10 Allow VLAN 33 to communicate to the outside networks for HTTP.1. It should be in Transparent Mode. Task 8 Configure Interfaces for MMTF-C2 based on the Network diagram as with either Inside or outside.

info Task 11 Only allow R3 to Telnet into MMTF-C2 for management. MMTF-C2 should have an IP Address of 192.com Page 53 of 307 .1.www.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions.10 /24. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com. Email: khawarb@khawarb.13.

11. Network Diagram 1.4 (.1.0/24 VLAN 1 F 0/1 (.com Page 54 of 307 .7 10.1. Load the Initial configuration files for all Routers and Switches used in this lab.0/24 VLAN 24 F 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 11 F 0/1 F 0/0 ASA-1 F 0/2 192.1) R1 F 0/0 (.0/24 S 0/0.24.25.0/24 192. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1) 10.0/24 VLAN 22 F 0/3 192.22.22.11.2) R4 S 0/0 (.22.1.CareerCert.info Lab 3.4 – Interface Redundancy Before you Start Reload all the devices.5) R5 Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the F 0/0 and F 0/1 as part of Redundant Interface 1 in that order. Assign it a virtual mac-address of your choice.5) S 0/0.2) F 0/0 (.www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com.4) 192.4) R2 S 0/0 (.netmetric-solutions.45.1.2 (.

1.com.10/24 192.22.10/24 192. put Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.22.com Page 55 of 307 .www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.CareerCert. Also.netmetric-solutions.1.info Task 2 Configure ASA-1 with the following IP configuration for the Interfaces: Interface Redundant 1 F 0/2 F 0/3 Name Inside Outside-1 Outside-2 Security Level 100 0 0 IP Address 10.22.10/24 Task 3 Configure the Switch to accommodate this configuration.24.

Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 56 of 307 .info Lab 3.netmetric-solutions. Task 2 If the link between R2 and R5 goes down. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Set the timeout value to 1 second.com. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure ASA-1 such that it uses R2 as its primary Default gateway and R4 as the backup default gateway.CareerCert. Send 3 packets every 3 seconds.5 – Route Tracking using SLA Monitor Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.www. ASA-1 should use the backup default gateway to route the packets.

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2) R4 R2 S 0/0 (.25) 192.1.0/24 VLAN 12 F 0/0 (.com.1.3) F 0/0.0/24 VLAN 10 F 0/1 (.1. Email: khawarb@khawarb.1.0/24 F 0/0 (.www.34.10.info Lab 4 – IOS Firewall – Basic Configurations Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.6) R5 R6 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.3) 192.3) 192.56.4) R3 F 0/0.8 IDM.1) R1 192.123.2) R2 S 0/0 (. Syslog.1) F 0/0 (. AAA and CA (.1.0/24 VLAN 56 F 0/0 (.4 (.56 (.netmetric-solutions.2) 192. Network Diagram 1. IEV.12.5) F 0/0 (.com Page 58 of 307 .0/24 VLAN 34 F 0/0 (.CareerCert.

Allow R2 to Telnet and SSH to R1.10.10. Routing Traffic from R2. Task 4 R1 is seeing approximately 2000 simultaneous connections.11 Allow incoming traffic to a SMTP server located at 192.info Lab 4.10.netmetric-solutions. All other commands should be blocked. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.10. Task 2 Only allow the SMTP commands coming into the SMTP Server located at 192.com. DNS and ICMP traffic should be allowed back. Optimize CBAC throughput by configuring the number of buckets in a hash table to 2048. Task 3 Ensure only traffic from VLAN 10 to HTTP.1. FTP. Return traffic from VLAN 10 for outbound HTTP.5. Allow incoming traffic to a Telnet server located at 192. Use the following to define incoming traffic: Allow incoming traffic to a HTTP/HTTPS server located at 192.2 Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure a policy on R1 to control traffic coming in and going out of the network.12.1.13. DNS and ICMP is allowed to originate out of the network.1.12 that are defined in the RFC 821 Section 4.CareerCert.com Page 59 of 307 . SMTP.1. SMTP. Email: khawarb@khawarb.www. FTP.1 – Basic IOS Firewall Configurations Network Diagram 1.

netmetric-solutions. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure R1 such that it does not allow more than 600 half-open connections. Task 4 DNS lookups should be deleted after 20 seconds of inactivity. Task 5 If the number of half-open connections exceeds 75 for a single host. TCP connections should be deleted after 5 minutes of inactivity and UDP connections should be deleted after 2 minutes of inactivity.CareerCert.com.2 – Tuning DoS Parameters Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Task 3 CBAC should delete inactive tcp and udp connections. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. CBAC should delete the oldest connection to accommodate the new connection. If R1 has 600 half-open connections. it should delete the oldest 200 half-open connections.info Lab 4.www. you should delete the oldest 100 half-open connections.com Page 60 of 307 . Email: khawarb@khawarb. Task 2 If the number of connections in the last one minute exceeds 400.

Task 3 Disable Auditing for the outbound HTTP/HTTPS connection.www.com Page 61 of 307 .3 – Enabling Auditing Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions.com. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Do not send any alert messages to the console except for Telnet Alerts.info Lab 4. Task 2 Enable Auditing of connections for all connections. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.

xxx.75(Primary).76(Secondary).com Page 62 of 307 .0.1.0/8 and 33.com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. they should only be able to download Java applets from 22.com .www.netmetric-solutions.0/24 networks.1.0. Task 2 There is a N2H2 server located 192.zzz.com .yyy.CareerCert. Email: khawarb@khawarb. There is another N2H2 server located at 192.Netmetric-solutions.0.0.com Task 4 The following domains should always be allowed by R1: .com .com. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure R1 such that when inside users access Web pages outside.info Lab 4. the router should consult the N2H2 server(s).Cisco. Task 3 The following domains should always be blocked by R1: . Before users from VLAN 10 are allowed to go out for Web access.4 – Java and URL Filtering Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.com .10.Ccie.10. Configure R1 to accomplish this.

10. 8080 – 85.netmetric-solutions. Allow CBAC to do inspection on these non-standard ports.10.1.1. Task 2 The SMTP Server running at 192.12 and not for any SMTP traffic.com. Allow CBAC to do inspection of SMTP on the non-standard port. Email: khawarb@khawarb.CareerCert.5 – Port Mapping Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Configure it such that it inspects port 25000 only if the traffic is destined for 192. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Users in VLAN 10 access Websites that are running on ports 8000.com Page 63 of 307 .www.info Lab 4.12 is running on ports 25 and 25000. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.

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56 (.4) R3 F 0/0. Network Diagram 1. Syslog.3) 192.1.1. IEV.1.0/24 VLAN 10 F 0/1 (.0/24 VLAN 34 F 0/0 (.3) 192.5 for the DVD/CD for the devices used in this lab.10.2) R2 S 0/0 (. If you don’t have the current configuration of Lab 4.4 (.netmetric-solutions.25) 192.56.0/24 F 0/0 (.www.0/24 VLAN 56 F 0/0 (.12.5) F 0/0 (.3) F 0/0.2) R4 R2 S 0/0 (. Email: khawarb@khawarb.1.1) F 0/0 (.34.1.0/24 VLAN 12 F 0/0 (.6) R5 R6 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1) R1 192.123.2) 192.info Lab 5 – IOS Firewall – Advanced Configurations Before you Start This lab builds on the configuration of Lab 4.com.CareerCert.8 IDM.com Page 65 of 307 . AAA and CA (. then load the Final Configs for 4.

2 Zone-based Firewall – Network Creation of Zones Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure VLAN 56 as the “LOCAL” Zone.netmetric-solutions.CareerCert.www. Task 2 Configure VLAN 34 as the “DMZ” Zone. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info Lab 5. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 4 Assign the appropriate Interfaces to the appropriate Zones.1 – ConfiguringDiagram 1. Task 3 Configure the Frame Cloud as the “INTERNET” Zone.com.com Page 66 of 307 .

com Page 67 of 307 .info Lab 5.netmetric-solutions.34. TFTP. Email: khawarb@khawarb. SMTP and ICMP traffic from Local to Internet Allow HTTP Access from the Local zone to all servers on the DMZ Zone Task 2 Configure the Zone Policy for traffic coming in from the Internet as follows: Allow Web Access to a server 192. FTP. HTTP.50 located in the Local zone Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1.www.34.com.1.CareerCert.55 located on the DMZ zone Allow SMTP Access to a server 192.1.56. HTTPS.50 located on the DMZ zone Task 3 Configure the Zone Policy for traffic originating from the DMZ Zone as follows: Allow the SMTP server 192.50 to access a SMTP server 192.34.2 Zone-based Firewall – Network Configuring Traffic Policies for Inter-Zone Traffic Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the Zone Policy for traffic originating from Local Zone as follows: Allow DNS.1.2 – ConfiguringDiagram 1.

2 Thresholds and Deep Packet Inspections Parameter-Map Lab Objectives: Task 1 Set the following DoS Protection parameters for the Web Server (defined in the previous lab) from Internet to DMZ Zone: When the number of Half-open connections hits 300.info Lab 5. the Firewall should stop deleting the half-open connections. If the Websense server is down. the Firewall should start deleting the connections When the number of Half-open connections drop to 200.CareerCert.com.netmetric-solutions. the web requests should be allowed to go out. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1. Check with the websense server before allowing access to Internet Webpages for Local-->Internet Traffic.com Page 68 of 307 .3 – Configuring Parameter-Maps for DoS Network Diagram 1.www.34.111. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Task 2 Configure the SMTP Policy (Internet-->DMZ) for the configured SMTP Server as follows: Disallow e-mail's with a size greater than 500000 Set the tcp idle-time to 4 minutes Turn on the audit trail Task 3 A Websense server exists at 192.

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3) 192.10) 192.122.4) S 0/0.10) 192.4) S 0/0.5) R5 (.25) F 0/1 (.22.6 (.11.2) 192.1.1 IDM.22.146.25) 192.info Lab 6 – IPSec LAN-To-LAN Tunnels – Basic Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab. Email: khawarb@khawarb.0/24 VLAN 10 (.4) R4 F 0/0. Syslog.30.4) 192.1 (.CareerCert.10) ASA-1 F0/0 (.134.1.0/24 VLAN 66 VPN Client Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.0/24 VLAN 12 10.netmetric-solutions.1.0/24 VLAN 11 F 0/0 (.20) R6 F 0/0 (.0/24 S 0/0 (.0/24 S 0/0 (.1. AAA and CA 10.0/24 VLAN 5 R3 F 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 122 F 0/0.111.www.1.66. IEV.0/24 VLAN 30 192.55.0/24 S 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 111 ASA-2 F0/0 (. Network Diagram 2.6) BB1 (.10) SW1 192.1) R1 R2 F 0/0 (.4) S 0/0.2 (.5) F 0/0 (.1.3 (.com.11.com Page 70 of 307 .1.3) 192.145.1.22.1) F0/1 (.5 (.1.6) F 0/0 (.10) F0/1(.

0/24 and 192.0 networks. Configure R3 such that it fragments the IPSec traffic if it exceeds the MTU size of the interface.0 Tunnel Endpoints o R6 S 0/0 to R3 S 0/0 Task 2 The 192.1.1.www.30.66.0 segment has an application that is setting the DF-Bit on.0 and 33. Use the following settings for the Tunnel: ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Group : 2 o Encryption : 3DES o Pre-Shared Key : cciesec IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC Interesting Traffic o All IP traffic between 192. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info Lab 6.1. This command should be Interface Specific and should not affect any other tunnel that may be formed on other interfaces.0.66.30.com.66.1.30.0 and 192. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.com Page 71 of 307 .1.1 – Router-Router IPSec Tunnel Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure an IPSec Tunnel between the 192.1.0 o All IP traffic between 192.CareerCert.0.

Use EIGRP 45 to exchange the Loopback 45 between the 2 routers.5/24 Task 2 Configure a GRE Tunnel between R4 and R5. Make sure the IPSec mode is for end-to-end tunnels.com Page 72 of 307 .info Lab 6.www. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the following Loopbacks on R4 and R5: R4 – Loopback 45 – 172.5.4. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.16.45. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Run EIGRP in AS 45 on the Tunnel.CareerCert. Task 3 Configure an IPSec to encrypt the traffic on the GRE Tunnel.4/24 R5 – Loopback 45 – 172.16.com. Use 172.2 – GRE/IPSec Using IPSec Profiles Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.16. Configure the following ISAKMP and IPSec Policies: ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Group : 2 o Encryption : 3DES IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC Task 4 Do not create an ACL or a Crypto Map for this Lab. Secure the GRE tunnel by using a Key of 4545.netmetric-solutions.0/24 as the tunnel network.

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Lab 6.3 – Router-ASA IPSec Tunnel
Before you Start
This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.

Lab Objectives:
Task 1 Configure a IPSec Tunnel to encrypt traffic from 10.44.44.0/24 on R4 to the 10.22.22.0/24 network behind ASA-1. Task 2 Use the following Parameters for the Tunnel between R4 and ASA-1: ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Encryption : 3DES o Group : 2 o Pre-Shared Key : cciesec IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-SHA-HMAC Task 4 You are allowed to configure Static routes for this Lab.

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Lab 6.4 – Router-Router IPSec Tunnel Thru ASA
Before you Start
This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.

Lab Objectives:
Task 1 Configure an IPSec Tunnel between the 192.1.66.0/24 and the 10.11.11.0/24 behind R1. R1 should be seen as 192.1.111.11 on the outside. Use the following settings for the Tunnel: ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Group : 2 o Encryption : 3DES o Pre-Shared Key : cciesec IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC Interesting Traffic o All IP traffic from 192.1.66.0 to 10.11.11.0 Tunnel Endpoints o R1 F 0/0 to R6 S 0/0 Task 2 Configure the Routers such that NAT-T is disabled. Task 3 Allow the appropriate entries in the ASA-1 inbound ACL to allow the IPSec to form. Task 4 You are allowed to configure Static routes to accomplish this Lab.

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Lab 6.5 – Multipoint GRE Tunnel
Before you Start
Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab. This lab covers the configuration of Multipoint GRE Tunnels. Network Diagram 2.2
R3

F0/0 (.3) 192.1.10.0/24 VLAN 10

F0/1 (.10)

ASA-1
F0/0 (.10) 192.1.12.0/24 VLAN 12

F 0/0 (.1)

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Lab Objectives:
Task 1 Configure the following Loopback interfaces: R1 – Interface Loopback 15 – 172.16.1.1/24 R2 – Interface Loopback 15 – 172.16.2.2/24 R3 – Interface Loopback 15 – 172.16.3.3/24 Task 2 Configure a MGRE tunnel to route traffic between the newly created Loopbacks using the following parameters: NHRP Parameters o NHRP ID – 123 o NHRP Authentication key – DMVPN o NHRP Hub – R3 Tunnel Parameters
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o IP address : 172.16.123.0/24 o IP MTU : 1416 o Tunnel Authentication Key : 123 Routing Protocol Parameters o EIGRP 123

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CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.0

Module 2:
Virtual Private Networks

Lab 7 – IPSec LAN-To-LAN Tunnels – Advanced

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Lab 7 – IPSec LAN-To-LAN Tunnels – Advanced
Before you Start
Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab. Network Diagram 2.3

R1
10.22.22.0/24 VLAN 11 F 0/0 (.1)

F 0/1 (.10)

ASA-1
F 0/0 (.10) 192.1.22.0/24 VLAN 22 F 0/0 (.2)

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S 0/0.3 (.2) S 0/0.5 (.2) S 0/0.6 (.2) 192.1.25.0/24

R3

S 0/0.2(.3)

S 0/0 (.5) S 0/0.6(.3)

R5
192.1.36.0/24 192.1.26.0/24 S 0/0.3 (.6) S 0/0.2 (.6)

R6
F 0/0 (.6) 192.1.46.0/24 VLAN 46

F 0/0 (.4)

R4

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16. R2 should be the NHRP Hub.3.www.netmetric-solutions.5/24 172. R5 and R6 to encrypt traffic between the 4 new Loopback networks. Use the following Configuration Parameters: NHRP Parameters o NHRP ID – 100 o NHRP Authentication key . Email: khawarb@khawarb.100.2/24 172.6/24 Task 2 Configure a DMVPN between R2.16.0/24 o IP MTU : 1416 o Tunnel Authentication Key : 100 o Tunnel Source: Loopback 0 Routing Protocol Parameters o EIGRP 100 ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Encryption : 3DES o Pre-Shared Key : cciesec IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com.6.DMVPN Tunnel Parameters o IP address : 172.5.CareerCert.1 – DMVPN Configurations Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the following Loopback interfaces: R2 R3 R5 R6 – – – – Interface Interface Interface Interface Loopback Loopback Loopback Loopback 15 15 15 15 – – – – 172.16.16.16.com Page 79 of 307 .3/24 172. R3.2.info Lab 7.

Lab Objectives: Task 1 R1 and R4 are configured with Loopback 14 networks that are the same (10.www.0/24).netmetric-solutions. Task 3 Configure an IPSec Tunnel to encrypt traffic from the translated addresses on R1 and R4.14. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.info Lab 7. Task 2 R1 should be seen as 192. Use the following parameters for the IPSec tunnel: Authentication type = Pre-shared Keys Hash = MD5 Diffie-Hellman = 2 IPSec Encryption = ESP-DES IPSec Authentication = ESP-MD5-HMAC Task 4 Configure the appropriate entries on the ASA-1 to allow the IPSec tunnel to be established.14. Configure R1 and R4 in such a manner that an alias cannot be created for the global address.22.2 –IPSec Tunnels for Duplicate Subnets Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.14.0 network behind R4 into a range of Class C addresses (192.14.168.11.1 on the outside of ASA-1. Translate the 10.0/24). Task 5 You are allowed static routes to make this configuration work.168.1. Translate the 10.com Page 80 of 307 .14.44. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com.0 network behind R1 into a range of Class C addresses (192.CareerCert.14.0).

11.33.CareerCert.0/24. Task 4 “Dead Peer Detection” packets should be send by ISAKMP every 10 seconds.3 – High Availability IPSec – Without HSRP Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.16. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.0/24 and 172.netmetric-solutions. Email: khawarb@khawarb.16.16.com.33/24 Task 2 Configure an IPSec to encrypt the traffic between 172.16. You are allowed to create static routes.11/24 R3 – Loopback 13 – 172. Task 5 Allow the appropriate traffic on ASA-1.www. Do not use multiple “Set peer” commands on R1.info Lab 7. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the following Loopbacks on R1 and R3: R1 – Loopback 13 – 172. Configure the following Policies: ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Group : 2 o Encryption : 3DES IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC Task 3 The tunnel should provide redundancy wherever possible.11.33.com Page 81 of 307 .

Task 2 Configure a High Availability IPSec Tunnel to encrypt IP traffic between 192.www.1. Network Diagram 2.4.4.4 192.4) F 0/0 (.4) R4 R1 R5 F 0/1 (.CareerCert.1.netmetric-solutions. Use HA as the name of the HSRP Group.34. R1 should be the Active Router and R2 should be the Standby router.1) F 0/0 (.125. Use 192.1.com.1.0/24 VLAN 123 Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure HSRP between R1 and R2 on the outside Ethernet segment.4 – High Availability IPSec – Using HSRP Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.com Page 82 of 307 .125.1. Email: khawarb@khawarb.5) F 0/0 (. Use the following parameters: • Authentication type = Pre-shared Keys Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Enable Reverse Route injection on R1 and R2 and configure them such that the “VPN Route” is injected into the routing table of R5.info Lab 7.0 and 192.1.2) R3 192.0/24 R2 192.12 as the Standby address.0/24 VLAN 4 F 0/0 (.123.2) F 0/0 (.0 networks.1.3) F 0/1 (.0/24 VLAN 125 192.3) S 0/0 (.123. Set the Priority for R1 as 105.1) S 0/0 (.

www. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Task 4 Run EIGRP in AS 200 between R1. R2 and R5 to inject the VPN routes into R5. Task 5 Verify the Configuration by bringing down the F 0/0 interface of R1. Task 3 Configure R1.com.com Page 83 of 307 .netmetric-solutions. R2 and the R4 to send IKE Keepalive messages to and from one another every 10 seconds.info • • • • • Hash = MD5 Diffie-Hellman = 2 IPSec Encryption = ESP-3DES IPSec Authentication = ESP-MD5-HMAC Tunnel Endpoints = R4 to HSRP Virtual IP of R1 and R2.CareerCert.

3) R5 192.netmetric-solutions.5 (.2(.23.10) ASA-1 F 0/0 (.46.25.22.6(.0/24 VLAN 22 F 0/0 (.3 R1 10.5 – GET VPN Configuration Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.2 (.2) R2 192.36.com Page 84 of 307 .info Lab 7.com.1.1.0/24 VLAN 46 F 0/0 (.6) R6 F 0/0 (.2) S 0/0.1.3 (.0/24 S 0/0.CareerCert.www.6) 192.1.1.0/24 192. Network Diagram 2.1.5) S 0/0.22.3 (.3) S 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 11 F 0/0 (.4) R4 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.6 (.26.0/24 S 0/0.22.2) S 0/0. Email: khawarb@khawarb.0/24 R3 S 0/0.6) S 0/0.2) 192.1) F 0/1 (.10) 192.

Task 4 Advertise the loopbacks in your existing Routing protocol.com. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.3/24 R6 – Interface Loopback 15 – 172.www.0 major network. o Local Address : Loopback 0 Task 3 Configure R3 and R6 to use R2 as the Key Server. Email: khawarb@khawarb.netmetric-solutions.0.info Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the following Loopback interfaces: R3 – Interface Loopback 15 – 172.16.com Page 85 of 307 .6/24 Task 2 Configure R2 as the Key Server for your GET VPN to encrypt data between R3 and R6. Use the Parameters listed for the Key server to configure the Devices.6. Use the most reliable interface. Use the following parameters for the KS ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Encryption : 3DES o Pre-Shared Key : cciesec o Group : 2 IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC o SA Lifetime : 3600 Key Server Parameters o Identity Number : 100 o Interesting Traffic : Any traffic on the 172.16.16.CareerCert.3.

4.16.16.16. Email: khawarb@khawarb.16.0/24 and 172. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the following Loopbacks on R4 and R5: R4 – Loopback 45 – 172.com.netmetric-solutions.6 – IPSec LAN-to-LAN using ISAKMP Profiles Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Configure the following Policies: ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Group : 2 o Encryption : 3DES IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC Task 3 Do not use the “Crypto ISAKMP key” command for this lab. Task 4 You are allowed to create static routes.4.www.5.0/24.CareerCert.5/24 Task 2 Configure an IPSec to encrypt the traffic between 172. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 86 of 307 .4/24 R5 – Loopback 45 – 172.info Lab 7.5.

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22.0/24 VLAN 30 .4) 192.0/24 S 0/0 (.www.CareerCert.0/24 VLAN 11 F0/1 (.25) F 0/1 (.0/24 S 0/0 (. Email: khawarb@khawarb.25 VPN Client Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1.10) F 0/0 (.1.0/24 VLAN 10 (.5) F 0/0 (.com. Network Diagram 2.info Lab 8 – EZVPN Configurations Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.5 (.1 (. Syslog.4) S 0/0.55. AAA and CA 10.0/24 VLAN 5 R3 F 0/0 (.10) F 0/0 (.1.1.1) ASA-1 192.1) R1 10.134.11.5) R5 (.15) SW1 192.22.com Page 88 of 307 .0/24 VLAN 111 F0/0.3) 192.5 IDM.111.3) 192.145. IEV.4) R4 S 0/0.11.1.30.3 (.netmetric-solutions.

1 – EZVPN Router-Router – Client Mode Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure R5 as the EZVPN Server.1.49 WINS address = 192.com Pool = EZP Split Tunneling = Only Encrypt the traffic for this that needs to go to 192.CareerCert. Configure the Dynamic map such that the pool address will be advertised to SW1 using the configured routing protocol.55.168.15. Enable AAA on the router and configure network authorization based on the Local Database. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Use the previously configured Transform-set in the Dynamic Map.1.201 thru 192.com. Use 192.15.55.1.0/24 and 10. Task 4 Configure an ISAKMP Client Group called EZC with the following parameters: Key = cciesec Dns address = 192.50 Domain Name = NM.com Page 89 of 307 .info Lab 8.www.55.55. Task 2 Configure the following ISAKMP and IPSec Policies: ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Group : 2 o Encryption : 3DES IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC Task 3 Configure a Pool called EZP.55.225 as the pool addresses. Task 5 Configure a Local Database of Users for Extended Authentication based on the following: Username : User1 Password: cisco Username : User2 Password: cisco Task 6 Configure a Dynamic Crypto Map. Email: khawarb@khawarb.netmetric-solutions.0/24 networks. This pool will be assigned to EZVPN clients.168.

info Task 7 Configure crypto map authorization to be done based on the Local Client Group.www.0/24 (Loopback33) going outside of the S 0/0 interface. Configure Extended Authentication to be done based on the Local Username database.CareerCert.33. Apply the Crypto map to the appropriate interface. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.5.33. Connect : Auto Group Name : EZC Key : cciesec Traffic : Network 10.com Page 90 of 307 . Peer Address : 192.145.netmetric-solutions.com. Task 8 Configure R3 as a EZVPN client using the following parameters: Mode : Client. Configure a Crypto map that uses the Dynamic Crypto Map to respond to client requests.1.

55. use the following parameters: Key = cisco Dns address = 192.1. Task 3 You are allowed to create static routes to accomplish this task.2 – EZVPN Router-Router – NetworkExtension Mode Before you Start This lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.11.CareerCert.145.1. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure R5 as a EZVPN Server for R1.netmetric-solutions.info Lab 8.www.50 Domain Name = NM. Connect : Auto Group Name : EZN Key : cisco Traffic : Network 192. Configure an ISAKMP Client Group called EZN for R1.5. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.1.55.1.com.0/24 (Loopback11) going outside of the F 0/0 interface.com Task 2 Configure R1 as a EZVPN client using the following parameters: Mode : Network Extension Peer Address : 192.49 WINS address = 192.com Page 91 of 307 .

44.201 thru 192.225 as the pool addresses.com. Also configure a Domain name of NM. 44.0.0. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure R4 as the EZVPN Server.1.50 Domain Name = NM.0/8. The clients using this group should only send traffic for the 33.com Pool = EZP Task 5 Configure a Dynamic Crypto Map. This pool will be assigned to EZVPN clients. Task 4 Configure an ISAKMP Client Group called EZS.com Page 92 of 307 .CareerCert. Create the following user in the local database: Username : cciewb Password : cciewb Task 2 Configure the following ISAKMP and IPSec Policies: ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Group : 2 o Encryption : 3DES IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC Task 3 Configure a Pool called EZP.3 – EZVPN Router-Cisco VPN Client Before you Start This lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.0.0/8 networks thru this tunnel.0/8 and 55. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.44.0. Use the following parameters for the EZS group: Key = cciewb Dns address = 192. Use 192. Enable AAA on the router and configure login authentication and network authorization based on the Local Database.44.www.1.com.netmetric-solutions.49 WINS address = 192.168.0.0. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info Lab 8.168. Use the previously configured Transform-set in the Dynamic Map.44.

info Task 6 Configure crypto map login authentication and authorization to be done based on the Local Client Group.netmetric-solutions. Configure a Crypto map that uses the Dynamic Crypto Map to respond to client requests. Connect to test the connection.1.www.4 as the EZVPN Address.com.CareerCert. Task 7 Configure the VPN client for the EZS group with a password of cciewb. Apply the Crypto map to the appropriate interface. Email: khawarb@khawarb.134.com Page 93 of 307 . Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Configure 192.

Task 4 Configure a couple a local users with the following attributes: Username : EZR5 – Password : cciewb Task 5 Configure a Remote Access Tunnel Group called EZC. Task 7 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Assign IP addresses to this group from the EZP Local pool. Configure the following ISAKMP and IPSec Policies: ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Group : 2 o Encryption : 3DES IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC Task 2 Configure a Pool called EZP. Use a pre-shared key of cciesec. Task 3 Configure an internal group called EZ.com Page 94 of 307 . Configure the VPN idle timeout to 10 minutes. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure ASA-1 as a Remote Access/EZVPN Server for Software and Hardware Clients.11.www.com. Task 6 Configure the ASA-1 such that all traffic going towards the 192.168.11. This pool will be assigned to Remote Access clients.1 thru 192.168.11.netmetric-solutions.254 as the pool addresses.168.4 – EZVPN ASA to Router/VPN Client Before you Start Reload the Devices with the Initial configuration files for this section.0/24 is allowed to go out un-translated. Email: khawarb@khawarb.CareerCert. Authentication and Authorization for this group should be done using the Local Database. Use 192.info Lab 8.

0/24 (Loopback55) going outside of the S 0/0 interface.55.10.55. Email: khawarb@khawarb.www. Peer Address : 192.com Page 95 of 307 .info Create a dynamic map to use the previously created IPSec transform set.1. Task 9 You are allowed to configure Static routes to accomplish this task. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 8 Configure R5 as a EZVPN client using the following parameters: Mode : Client.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions.com. Connect : Auto Group Name : EZC Key : cciesec Traffic : Network 10.111.

Task 4 You are allowed to configure Static routes to accomplish this task.com.com Page 96 of 307 . Encrypt traffic from between the 10.info Lab 8.22. it can also send encrypted traffic to 192.1.0/24 and 192.30. Match the same on R3. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1.netmetric-solutions.30.www. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure a LAN-to-LAN tunnel between ASA-1 and R3.CareerCert.0/24 networks.0 using the LAN-toLAN tunnel that is setup between ASA-1 and R3.5 – IPSec Hairpinning with Easy VPN Before you Start This lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Task 3 Configure the ASA-1 such that when R5 connects to ASA-1 as a EZVPN Client. Task 2 Use the already configured Transform-sets and ISAKMP policies on ASA1.22. Email: khawarb@khawarb.

com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.0 Module 2: Virtual Private Networks Lab 9 – IPSec Using CA Server Netmetric Solutions http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.www.com.com Page 97 of 307 .netmetric-solutions.CareerCert.

info Lab 9 – IPSec using CA Server Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.1.11.10) F 0/0 (.0/24 S 0/0 (.3) 192.55.22.30.15) SW1 192.com.134.3) 192.1.0/24 S 0/0 (.1) R1 10. Syslog.11.0/24 VLAN 111 F0/0.0/24 VLAN 11 F0/1 (.www.1) ASA-1 192.0/24 VLAN 5 R3 F 0/0 (. Email: khawarb@khawarb.5) R5 (.1.CareerCert.0/24 VLAN 10 (.4) R4 S 0/0.111.com Page 98 of 307 .22.25) F 0/1 (.4) 192. IEV.4) S 0/0. Network Diagram 2.25 VPN Client Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. AAA and CA 10.5 (.1.0/24 VLAN 30 .3 (.5) F 0/0 (.netmetric-solutions.10) F 0/0 (.5 IDM.1.145.1 (.

1 – Router-Router IPSec Tunnel Using CA Lab Objectives: Task 1 Assign R4 a domain name of NM.55.55/24 Task 5 Configure an IPSec Tunnel to encrypt traffic between 10. Use CCIESEC3 as the recovery password. Use the following parameters for the tunnel: Authentication type = RSA-SIG Hash = MD5 Diffie-Hellman = 2 Encryption = 3DES IPSec Encryption = ESP-3DES IPSec Authentication = ESP-MD5-HMAC Task 6 You are allowed to create static routes for this configuration. Keep redundancy in mind when pointing to the CA Server.CareerCert.55.33.com.55. Task 3 Generate 512 Bit RSA keys on R3 and R5.com L=ND C=IN Task 2 Assign R3 and R5 a domain name of NM.33. Also set the timezone and clock to the current timezone and time.0 and 10. the IOS-based CA Server.com Page 99 of 307 . Also set the timezone and clock to the current timezone and time. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.www.33/24 R5 – Loopback 55 – 10.55. Configure R4 to be the CA Server to automatically grant certificates using the following parameters: RSA Key Size: 512 Bits Key Label: IOS-CA Any Passphrase: CCIESEC3 Encryption: 3DES Key Location: NVRAM Issuer Name: CN=IOS-CA.com. Task 4 Configure the following Loopback addresses on R3 and R5: R3 – Loopback 33 – 10.info Lab 9.33.netmetric-solutions.0 networks. Configure R3 to request a certificate from R4. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com.NM.33.

5. Also set the timezone and clock to the current timezone and time. Configure R4 to be the CA Server to automatically grant certificates using the following parameters: RSA Key Size: 512 Bits Key Label: IOS-CA Any Passphrase: CCIESEC3 Encryption: 3DES Key Location: NVRAM Issuer Name: CN=IOS-CA. Also set the timezone and clock to the current timezone and time.16. Task 4 Configure the following Loopback interfaces: R3 – Interface Loopback 15 – 172.2– DMVPN Using CA Before you Start Reload the Devices with the Initial configuration files for this section. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com. Use the following Configuration Parameters: NHRP Parameters o NHRP ID – 100 o NHRP Authentication key .16. Use CCIESEC3 as the recovery password.NM. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Assign R4 a domain name of NM. the IOS-based CA Server.5/24 Task 5 Configure a DMVPN between R3 and R5 to encrypt traffic between the new Loopback networks. Keep redundancy in mind when pointing to the CA Server. Task 3 Generate 512 Bit RSA keys on R3 and R5.netmetric-solutions.info Lab 9.com.com Page 100 of 307 .www.DMVPN Tunnel Parameters Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Configure R3 to request a certificate from R4.com L=ND C=IN Task 2 Assign R3 and R5 a domain name of NM.CareerCert.3/24 R5 – Interface Loopback 15 – 172. R3 should be the NHRP Hub.3.com.

100.0/24 o IP MTU : 1416 o Tunnel Authentication Key : 100 o Tunnel Source: Loopback 0 Routing Protocol Parameters o EIGRP 100 ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : RSA-SIG o Encryption : 3DES o Group : 2 IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.16.com Page 101 of 307 . Email: khawarb@khawarb.com.netmetric-solutions.www.CareerCert.info o IP address : 172.

com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.netmetric-solutions.com.com Page 102 of 307 .netmetric-solutions.www.info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.0 Module 2: Virtual Private Networks Lab 10 – SSL VPN Netmetric Solutions http://www.CareerCert.

134.5 IDM.netmetric-solutions. Email: khawarb@khawarb.0/24 VLAN 11 F0/1 (.0/24 S 0/0 (. IEV.www.10) F 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 5 R3 F 0/0 (.0/24 S 0/0 (.111.1.1.15) SW1 192.1 (.1) ASA-1 192.5) R5 (.3 (.1.com.11.com Page 103 of 307 .4) R4 S 0/0.1.3) 192. Network Diagram 2.11.145.0/24 VLAN 30 .55.4) S 0/0.0/24 VLAN 10 (.30.22.25) F 0/1 (.4) 192.1. AAA and CA 10.5) F 0/0 (.3) 192.25 VPN Client Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.5 (.0/24 VLAN 111 F0/0.1) R1 10.22.info Lab 10 – SSL VPN Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.CareerCert. Syslog.10) F 0/0 (.

info Lab 10. Configure this group for Web VPN as the only tunneling protocol.com. Also configure the following attributes for this group: Port-forwarding – R1 – Local Port 25000 – Server – R1 – Port 23 Task 4 Configure a user called WVPNUSER with a password WVPNPASS. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions. Task 3 Configure an internal User-group named W-VPN.1 – SSL VPN on the ASA – Basic Lab Objectives: Task 1 Enable the HTTP service on R1 and enable Telnet on it as well. it should be redirected to 443. Group-Policy – W-VPN Task 5 Connect into the ASA-1 from the VPN Client to establish the connection.CareerCert. Email: khawarb@khawarb.www. Task 2 Enable Web VPN on ASA-1 on the outside interface.com Page 104 of 307 . If a packet is received on the outside interface for port 80.

Email: khawarb@khawarb. Task 3 Configure POP3 Support.com and http://11.11.www. Use port 11000 for secure POP3.110. All other web servers should be allowed.11. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Block the following URL for the W-VPN group: Filter – Block URL Access to http://NMConfidential. The POP3S is located at 10.11.netmetric-solutions.com Page 105 of 307 .2– SSL VPN on the ASA – Advanced Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. The user will specify the Pipe “|” as the username delimiter.CareerCert.info Lab 10. Task 4 Connect into the ASA-1 from the VPN Client to establish the connection.22.22.com. Task 2 Configure R1 with a secret password of cisco.

CareerCert. Email: khawarb@khawarb.0 Module 2: Virtual Private Networks Lab 11 – QoS With IPSec Netmetric Solutions http://www.com.netmetric-solutions.info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.www.com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 106 of 307 .netmetric-solutions.

1) R1 F 0/0 (.10) 192.www.22.146.1) 10.11.0/24 S 0/0 (.(.5 (.25) F 0/1 (.10) R2 F 0/0 (.1.22.4) R4 F 0/0.1.1 (.0/24 VLAN 122 F 0/0.com.22.4) S 0/0.6 IDM.10) 192.66.6 (.111.122.0/24 VLAN 66 (.0/24 VLAN 11 F0/1 (.1.0/24 VLAN 10 (.com Page 107 of 307 .CareerCert. AAA and CA 10.6) 192. Email: khawarb@khawarb.25) VPN Client Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.2 (.info Lab 11 – QoS with IPSec Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.11.0/24 VLAN 12 F0/1(.1. Network Diagram 2.4) S 0/0.0/24 VLAN 111 ASA-2 F0/0.2) 10.netmetric-solutions. Syslog.4) 192.6) R6 F 0/0 (.22. IEV.10) ASA-1 F0/0(.

com.netmetric-solutions.0. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.0 network.1 – Configuring QoS with IPSec – Router Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure an IPSec Tunnel to encrypt traffic from the 44.0 network to the 66. The access list for the class map should have ESP traffic as interesting traffic. The access list for the class map should have IP traffic from 66.CareerCert.www.0 network as interesting traffic. Use the following parameters for the IPSec tunnel: Authentication type = Pre-shared Keys Hash = MD5 IPSec Encryption = ESP-3DES IPSec Authentication = ESP-MD5-HMAC Task 2 R4 should allocate 25 percent of the bandwidth for encrypted traffic.0.0. The Frame Relay interfaces on the respectively routers should act as the Tunnel endpoints.0.0.0. Email: khawarb@khawarb.0 network to 44.0.com Page 108 of 307 . Task 3 R6 should allocate 256 kbps for encrypted traffic.info Lab 11.0.

Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure an IPSec Tunnel to encrypt traffic from the 44.0 and 22. Use the following parameters for the IPSec tunnel: Authentication type = Pre-shared Keys Hash = SHA Group = 2 Encryption = 3des IPSec Encryption = ESP-3DES IPSec Authentication = ESP-SHA-HMAC Task 2 You would like to use LLQ for this LAN-to-LAN IPSec traffic from ASA-2 towards R4.22.2 – Configuring QoS with IPSec – ASA Before you Start This lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.0.netmetric-solutions. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.0 network to the 10.info Lab 11. Configure ASA-2 for LLQ for this IPSec tunnel.0.0.22.CareerCert.0 networks behind ASA-2.com Page 109 of 307 .0.www.

0 Module 3: Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) Lab 12 – IPS Sensor Configuration – Promiscuous Mode Netmetric Solutions http://www.www.info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 110 of 307 . Email: khawarb@khawarb.com.netmetric-solutions.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions.

6) R5 F 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 12 F 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 10 F 0/1 (.info Lab 13 – IPS Sensor Configurations – 12 Promiscuous Mode Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.22.22.com Page 111 of 307 .55.1) R1 F 0/0 (.CareerCert.10) Monitoring 192.11.5) 192.1.netmetric-solutions.1.2) R2 S 0/0 (.11.25) 10.1 IDM.0/24 S 0/0 (.126.0/24 VLAN 11 F0/1 (. Email: khawarb@khawarb. IEV.25) Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Network Diagram 3.www.2) 192.1.0/24 VLAN 55 VPN Client (.22.1) 10.com.10) C & C (. AAA and CA (. Syslog.15) ASA-1 IPS Sensor F0/0 (.

Task 2 The SPAN/RSPAN session should monitor any traffic that has been send into VLAN 12.com.www. If RSPAN has to be configured.1 – Configuring SPAN/RSPAN Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure SPAN/RSPAN on the appropriate switch.com Page 112 of 307 . Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info Lab 12. configure 550 as the Remote SPAN VLAN.netmetric-solutions. Task 3 The destination of the SPAN/RSPAN session should be the First Monitoring interface on the IPS device.CareerCert.

11.11.com Page 113 of 307 .2 – Initial IPS Sensor Settings from CLI Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. they should see the following message: Netmetric Authorized Users Only !!!.CareerCert.11.25 Task 2 When users login into the IPS.netmetric-solutions. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the IPS Sensor with the following parameters: Hostname – IPS-WB IP Address – 10. Email: khawarb@khawarb.11. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.info Lab 12.www.com.1 Telnet – Enabled Allowed Hosts – 10.11.15/24 Default Gateway – 10. Please disconnect if you are not a Netmetric Administrator.11.

Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Assign it to the Default Virtual Sensor. Task 4 Change the severity level to High. Task 5 Verify that the Signature is firing by pinging ASA-1 from R5.www.com.com Page 114 of 307 .netmetric-solutions.Viewer Username – NMOper – Password – ccie12353 Role – Operator Task 2 Configure the first sensing Interface on the IPS Sensor to Detect Attacks in promiscuous mode. Task 3 Enable the ICMP Echo Request signature.CareerCert. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Create the following users with the appropriate roles: Username – NMView – Password – ccie12353 Role .3 – IPS Sensor in Promiscuous Mode Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.info Lab 12.

Task 5 Verify the creation of the ACL by pinging the outside interface of ASA-1 from R5.com. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 115 of 307 .CareerCert. Also configure it with a enable secret password of cciesec. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the Sensor to communicate to R2. The Blocking ACL should be applied to the WAN interface.info Lab 12.www.15 on the outside of the ASA-1. Task 2 Configure R2 with a Telnet password of cciesec. Task 4 Configure the 2004 signature to block any device that fires the signature. Email: khawarb@khawarb.4 – Blocking Using a Router Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Sensor should be seen as 192.22.netmetric-solutions. Task 3 Configure R2 as the Blocking device using the appropriate parameters.1.

netmetric-solutions. Configure the IPS Sensor to rate-limit this traffic on R2. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. The signature should also produce an alert.www.info Lab 12. It should be done based on a limit of 10%. Lab Objectives: Task 1 A device from VLAN 12 is trying to do an ICMP Smurf attack against your network.5 – Rate-Limiting Using a Router Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.CareerCert. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com Page 116 of 307 .com.

Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure SSH on the ASA. Task 2 Delete R2 as the blocking device.CareerCert. Allow ICMP destined towards R1 to test the Shun. Ping R1 from R2.22.info Lab 12.com. Task 5 Translate R1 as 192.com Page 117 of 307 . Allow the Sensor to connect to the ASA for SSH.netmetric-solutions. Task 3 Configure the Sensor to communicate to the ASA using SSH 3DES. Check the shun on ASA-1 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Configure a local username of IPS-WB with a password of IPS-WB.6 – Blocking Using a ASA Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.1. Email: khawarb@khawarb.1 on the outside of ASA-1. Task 4 Configure the ASA as the Blocking device using the appropriate parameters.www.

Task 2 Configure a new Virtual Sensor VS1 using a Signature Definition (Sig1). Task 3 Configure the following parameters for the 3 signatures in this Virtual Sensor: ICMP o o ICMP o o ICMP o o Echo Request Action – Produce Alert Severity – Medium Echo Reply Action – Produce Alert Severity – Medium Fragmented Packet Action – Produce Alert Severity – High Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure SPAN/RSPAN to monitor VLAN 55. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Assign the traffic that is received from VLAN 55 to this Virtual Sensor.CareerCert.7 – Configuring Multiple Virtual Sensors – Promiscuous Mode Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.com.www.com Page 118 of 307 .info Lab 12.

CareerCert.info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.netmetric-solutions.com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.www.0 Module 3: Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) Lab 13 – IPS Sensor Configuration – Inline Mode Netmetric Solutions http://www.netmetric-solutions.com Page 119 of 307 . Email: khawarb@khawarb.com.

11. AAA and CA R1 F 0/0(.13.10) ASA-1 F0/0 (. Network Diagram 3.com.CareerCert. IEV. Email: khawarb@khawarb.0/24 VLAN 25 (.info Lab 13 – IPS Sensor Configurations – Inline Mode Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.11.15) 10.1) (.11.1.2 IDM.www.10) 192.2) R2 F0/1 (.1.25) 10.11.13.0/24 VLAN 10 IPS Sensor C & C (.22.1.0/24 VLAN 22 F0/0 (.25) VPN Client Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 120 of 307 .0/24 VLAN 12 F0/1 (.netmetric-solutions.2) 192.0/24 VLAN 15 IPS Sensor 192. Syslog.

com Page 121 of 307 .11.1 – IPS Sensor in Inline Mode Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the IPS Sensor with the following parameters: Hostname – IPS-WB IP Address – 10. Task 3 Configure ASA-1 to allow the 10.info Lab 13.com. Assign it to the Default Virtual Sensor.11.11.11.netmetric-solutions.11.11.CareerCert.10 Allowed Hosts – 10.0/24 network to Telnet into it.25 Task 2 Configure the first 2 interfaces on your IPS Sensor as an Inline pair to connect VLAN 10 and VLAN 12.11.15/24 Default Gateway – 10.www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.11. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 4 Test the inline pair by connecting into ASA-1 using Telnet from R1.

Produce Alert Severity – High Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.netmetric-solutions.com.com Page 122 of 307 . Lab Objectives: Task 1 Enable the ICMP Echo Request and ICMP Echo Reply Signatures in the Default Virtual Sensor. Task 2 Configure the following parameters for the 2 signatures: ICMP o o ICMP o o Echo Reply Action – Deny Packet Inline .2 – Signature Tuning on IPS Sensor Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Produce Alert Severity – Medium Echo Request Action – Deny Attacker Inline.info Lab 13.www.CareerCert.

info Lab 13.3 – Signature Firing – Throttle Parameters Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions.www. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the ICMP Echo Request to fire after 20 occurrence from the Same source IP Address to the same Destination IP Address within the last 90 seconds. Task 2 Configure the ICMP Echo Reply Signature with the following threshold parameters: Summary Mode – Fire all Summary Threshold – 40 Global Summary Threshold – 100 Summary Interval – 45 seconds Summary Key – Source and Destination IP Address Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com.com Page 123 of 307 . Email: khawarb@khawarb.

It should use Signature Definition 1. Produce Alert Severity – High Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.info Lab 13.com Page 124 of 307 . Task 2 Configure a new Virtual Sensor VS1.com.CareerCert. Task 3 Configure the following parameters for the 3 signatures in this Virtual Sensor: ICMP o o ICMP o o ICMP o o Echo Request Action – Deny Packet Inline.netmetric-solutions. It should only have the Inline Pair that connects VLAN’s 15 and 25 to each other. Email: khawarb@khawarb.4 – Configuring Multiple Virtual Sensors – Inline Mode Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the third sensing interface on the IPS Sensor as an Inline pair to connect VLAN 15 and VLAN 25. Produce Alert Severity – Medium Fragmented Packet Action – Deny Attacker Inline.www. Produce Alert Severity – Medium Echo Reply Action – Deny Packet Inline.

com Page 125 of 307 . Email: khawarb@khawarb.0 Module 3: Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) Lab 14 – Custom Signatures Netmetric Solutions http://www.CareerCert.com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.netmetric-solutions.com.www.info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.

Syslog.11.www.1.1. IEV.2) R2 F0/1 (.CareerCert.info Lab 14 – Custom Signatures Before you Start This lab in based on the Previous Lab 13.13.11.25) VPN Client Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.22.4 Network Diagram 3.1.netmetric-solutions.10) 192.10) ASA-1 F0/0 (. Email: khawarb@khawarb.2 IDM.0/24 VLAN 15 IPS Sensor 192.com Page 126 of 307 .0/24 VLAN 25 (.2) 192.11.0/24 VLAN 22 F0/0 (.15) 10.25) 10.11.0/24 VLAN 10 IPS Sensor C & C (.1) (.0/24 VLAN 12 F0/1 (. AAA and CA R1 F 0/0(.com.13.

a global summary should be sent. Task 2 Fire an alarm is the traffic is directed to Telnet (23) or Telnet (3040). Task 7 Assign this signature to VS0 only.com.CareerCert. Task 3 Make sure the alarm should be case-insensitive.info Lab 14. Task 8 Telnet into ASA-1 from R1 to test this.netmetric-solutions. Task 6 If the alert fires more than 12 times. This should be done for the same victim address. Task 4 The IPS Sensor should deny the Attacker Inline and also produce an alert.com Page 127 of 307 . Task 5 Configure the Signature to change its response to a summary alert if the alert fires more than 5 times in 60 seconds.www.1 – Configuring Custom Stream Signature Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure a Custom stream signature called “CCIE” to detect traffic that contains the word “ccie”. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.

Email: khawarb@khawarb.netmetric-solutions. Alarms should be generated for every occurrence. Task 2 The Packet should Fire for when TCP packets are set with SYN flag set and ACK not set.2 – Configuring Custom Packet Signature Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Task 3 Configure the Signature with a Severity Level of High.com. Task 4 The IPS Sensor should deny the packet inline and also produce an alert.info Lab 14.www. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure a custom signature to fire on a single TCP packet.com Page 128 of 307 . Task 5 Assign this signature to the second Virtual Sensor only.CareerCert. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.

Email: khawarb@khawarb. Task 3 Only fire the signature if 2 such packets are received in the last 90 seconds. Task 4 Assign this signature to the first Virtual Sensor only. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Create a custom signature that fires when a HTTP packet is received with the word “attack” anywhere in the url.netmetric-solutions.www. Task 2 The packet should not be allowed to go thru and also produce an alert.CareerCert. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.3 – Configuring Custom HTTP Signature Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.com.com Page 129 of 307 .info Lab 14.

www.CareerCert.com. Task 2 Nimda should trigger when the following built-in signatures fire: 5081 5124 5114 3215 3216 Task 3 Produce an alarm for the Custom signature. Task 5 Assign this signature to the first Virtual Sensor only.info Lab 14. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Create a custom signature that fires when a Nimda attack is occurring.netmetric-solutions. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.4 – Configuring Custom Meta Signature Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Task 4 The component signatures should have fired within the last 2 minutes for the Custom signature to fire.com Page 130 of 307 .

Task 3 Assign this signature to the first Virtual Sensor only.5 – Configuring Custom AIC Engine Sig. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. It should have a severity of High. Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.com.com Page 131 of 307 . Email: khawarb@khawarb.www. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure a Custom Signature for HTTP Packets based on the AIC Engine. It should deny any packet inline and produce an alert that has a max-outstanding-request of 8. Task 2 Use Signature ID of 60005 with the name of “AIC HTTP”.info Lab 14.netmetric-solutions.CareerCert.

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10) ASA-1 F0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 10 IPS Sensor C & C (.2) 192. Network Diagram 3.0/24 VLAN 12 F0/1 (.2) R2 F0/1 (.1) (.11.0/24 VLAN 15 IPS Sensor 192.com.11.15) 10.0/24 VLAN 22 F0/0 (. AAA and CA R1 F 0/0(.1.13.netmetric-solutions.1.25) 10.2 IDM.www.10) 192.0/24 VLAN 25 (. Syslog.25) VPN Client Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.info Lab 15 – IPS Sensor Tuning Before you Start This lab in based on the Previous Lab.11.CareerCert.com Page 133 of 307 .11.1.13. Email: khawarb@khawarb.22. IEV.

info Lab 15. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Task 2 Configure TCP reassembly for both Virtual Sensors such that TCP handshakes are required.com Page 134 of 307 . if a packet in a stream in missed. The Sensor should allow stream reassembly on a “best-effort” basis. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1 – Configuring General Sensor Options Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the first Virtual Sensor to use IP reassembly using the Linux operating system.com.www.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions.

Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the following Target Value Ratings for a couple of devices in your network: IP Address: 10. Email: khawarb@khawarb.2 – Configuring Event Overrides Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.25 – Mission Critical IP Address: 10.com.CareerCert. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.info Lab 15.30 – Mission Cirtical Task 2 Configure the Sensor such that it denies all packets and the attacker in the future if the Risk rating is between 95 and 100.com Page 135 of 307 .11.11.www.11.11.netmetric-solutions.

com Page 136 of 307 . Task 3 Configure the “CCIE” attack such that it does not fire from the range 192.22.CareerCert.13.1 – 192.1.www. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the Sensor such that it does not fire any alarms from the ASA (10.1. Task 2 Configure an event variable to create a range of 192.com.13. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.10).1.50.1.13. Email: khawarb@khawarb.13.1-192.22.3 – Configuring Event Filters Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Task 4 Don’t fire the 2004 alarm when the packet is coming in from R2 towards R1.50.info Lab 15.

com.11. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure SNMP on the Sensor for GET/SET SNMP commands using the following parameters: Read-only Community – PublicRO Read-write Community – PublicRW Sensor Contact – IPS-Admin Sensor Location – Sydney Sensor Protocol/Port – UDP/165 Task 2 Configure SNMP Traps for Fatal. Send the traps to the following: Default Community – PublicRO Trap Destination IP Address – 10.PublicRO Task 3 Configure the ICMP Echo Request Signature on both Virtual Sensors to also send a SNMP Trap as one of its actions. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 137 of 307 .info Lab 15.www.11.netmetric-solutions.CareerCert.25 Trap Destination Port Number – UDP/166 Trap Community .4 – Configuring SNMP Traps Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Error and Warnings.

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1) 10.125.CareerCert.22.10) 192. IEV.2) S 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 11 F0/1 (.2) R2 192.0/24 S 0/0 (.1) R1 F 0/0 (. Network Diagram 3.0/24 VLAN 12 F 0/0 (.com Page 139 of 307 .22.1.10) ASA-1 F0/0 (.25) 10. AAA and CA (.22.11.netmetric-solutions.11. Syslog.1.0/24 VLAN 10 F 0/1 (.com.www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.3 IDM.info Lab 16 – Cisco IOS IPS Configurations Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.5) R5 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.

Use MYIPS as the IPS name Rule name.www. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.sdf signature file.netmetric-solutions.sdf.info Lab 16. Allow 300 events to be stored in the buffer.com.CareerCert. Task 2 The new signature file should be called MYSIF. Email: khawarb@khawarb.1 – Configuring IOS IPS – Basic Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure R2 to merge the Built-in signatures with the Attack-drop. Task 4 Enable SDEE notifications.com Page 140 of 307 . Task 3 Configure R2 to detect attacks coming into R2 from the Frame Cloud based on the newly created Signature file.

info Lab 16.com.1.netmetric-solutions. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 141 of 307 .2 – Configuring IOS IPS – Advanced Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.www. Task 3 Disable the Ping of Death signature on R2. Task 2 R2 should not fire alarms 2000 and 2004 from a Host 200.1.CareerCert. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Lab Objectives: Task 1 The IPS rule set created should not fire alarms for any packets coming from R5.1.

0 Module 4: Access Management Lab 17 – Configuring AAA Authentication for Management Access Netmetric Solutions http://www.com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.www.CareerCert.com Page 142 of 307 .netmetric-solutions. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.com.

www.10) 192. Email: khawarb@khawarb.22.info Lab 17 – Configuring AAA Authentication For Management Access Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.1.0/24 VLAN 10 (. Syslog. IEV.22.CareerCert.1 IDM.3) R3 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1) 10.15) SW3 R1 F 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 22 F 0/0 (.16) F 0/1 (.25) (.2) R2 F 0/1 (.com Page 143 of 307 .0/24 VLAN 11 SW1 F0/1 (.10) ASA-1 F0/0 (.22. Network Diagram 4.0/24 VLAN 23 F 0/0 (.1.11.11.netmetric-solutions.2) 192.com.23.1) 10. AAA and CA (.

ACS Server sees the concentrator as 10. ACS Server sees R1 as 11.11.info Lab 17.1 – Configuring AAA Clients on ACS Server Lab Objectives: Task 1 Translate the ACS server as 192. Set the secret key to ccie-acs.10.netmetric-solutions.25 on the outside interface of the ASA.22. Set the secret key to ccie-acs. Set the secret key to ccie-acs. Use TACACS+ as the authentication protocol. Task 6 Configure the Concentrator as a client to the ACS Server. Use RADIUS as the authentication Protocol.1.11. Email: khawarb@khawarb.11.25. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.22.22. Use RADIUS as the authentication protocol.22.15. ACS Server sees ASA-1 as 10.11.23.com.CareerCert.com Page 144 of 307 . Task 3 Configure SW1 as a client to the ACS Server. Set the secret key to ccie-acs. ACS Server sees SW1 as 10.1.22. Task 7 Create a Network Device Group called Routers. Task 4 Configure ASA-1 as a client to the ACS Server. Task 2 Configure R1 as a client to the ACS Server. Task 5 Configure one entry on the ACS Server for R2 and R3. Set the secret key to ccie-acs. Use TACACS+ as the authentication protocol. The Router’s should use their own specific key for the secret key. Assign AAA Clients for R1 – R3 to this group. Use TACACS+ as the authentication protocol. Allow RADIUS ports to this Server from the 192.0 network.11.www.

info Lab 17.CareerCert. Email: khawarb@khawarb.netmetric-solutions. The maximum number of simultaneous sessions should be limited to 5 to this group.www.2 – Configuring User and Group Accounts on ACS Server Before you Start This lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Use the minimum number of lines in the NAR dialog box. This group should only be able to manage the ASA-1. This group should only be able to manage routers.com. Task 2 Create the following users and make them members of the R-Admin group: Username – Ruser1 Password: ruser1 Username – Ruser2 Password: ruser2 Task 3 Configure a group called FW-Admins on the ACS server using the following parameters: The maximum number of simultaneous sessions should be limited to 2 for the users of this group.com Page 145 of 307 . Task 4 Create the following users and make them members of the FW-Admins group: Username – FWuser1 Password: fwuser1 Username – FWuser2 Password: fwuser2 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure a group called R-Admins on the ACS server using the following parameters: The R-Admins group should be allowed to login Daily from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM.

This group should only be able to manage Switch 1. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com Page 146 of 307 .com.www.info Task 5 Configure a group called SW-Admins on the ACS server using the following parameters: The maximum number of simultaneous sessions should be limited to 3 for the users of this group.netmetric-solutions.CareerCert. Task 6 Create the following users and make them members of the SW-Admins group: Username – SWuser1 Password: swuser1 Username – SWuser2 Password: swuser2 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.

Disable authentication on the Console and Aux ports. Task 4 Configure Telnet Authentication to be done based on the ACS server.1.info Lab 17.CareerCert.com. the router should fallback on the Local database for authentication. Disable authentication on the Console and Aux ports. Use the key and address defined in Lab 17. Create a user on the router called admin with a password of admin. If the ACS server is not available. the router should fallback on the Local database for authentication. Use the key and address defined in Lab 17.www.3 – Configuring AAA Authentication on Routers and Switches Before you Start This lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. If the ACS server is not available. the router should fallback on the Local database for authentication. Disable authentication on the Console and Aux ports. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure R1 to communicate with the ACS server for authentication. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 5 Configure R3 to communicate with the ACS server for authentication.1. Task 6 Configure Telnet Authentication to be done based on the ACS server.netmetric-solutions. Email: khawarb@khawarb. If the ACS server is not available. Use the key and address defined in Lab 17.1.com Page 147 of 307 . Task 2 Configure Telnet Authentication to be done based on the ACS server. Create a user on the router called admin with a password of admin. Create a user on the router called admin with a password of admin. Task 3 Configure R2 to communicate with the ACS server for authentication.

com. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions. Disable authentication on the Console port.com Page 148 of 307 .info Task 7 Configure SW1 to communicate with the ACS server for authentication. Task 8 Configure Telnet Authentication to be done based on the ACS server.1. SW1 should fallback on the Local database for authentication. If the ACS server is not available. Create a user on the Switch called admin with a password of admin.www. Use the key and address defined in Lab 17. Email: khawarb@khawarb.

1.22.netmetric-solutions. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure ASA-1 to communicate with the ACS server for authentication.11. Email: khawarb@khawarb.0 subnet only. Task 3 Allow SSH from the 10. Use the key and address defined in Lab 17.22. Create a user on ASA-1 called admin with a password of admin.com. Task 2 Configure the ASA-1 for SSH. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Configure SSH Authentication to be done based on the ACS server.www.0 and 10.11.com Page 149 of 307 .info Lab 17. If the ACS server is not available.4 – Configuring AAA Authentication on PIX/ASA Before you Start This lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.CareerCert. the router should fallback on the Local database for authentication.

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www.25) (.22.1 IDM.1.10) ASA-1 F0/0 (.22.0/24 VLAN 11 SW1 F0/1 (.15) SW3 R1 F 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 10 (.0/24 VLAN 23 F 0/0 (.10) 192.com Page 151 of 307 .22.com.16) F 0/1 (.1. Syslog. ACS and CA (.11.1) 10. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info Lab 18 – Configuring AAA For Command Authorization Before you Start This lab builds on the successful completion of Lab 17.11.0/24 VLAN 22 F 0/0 (. Network Diagram 4.1) 10.23.CareerCert. IEV.3) R3 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.2) 192.netmetric-solutions.2) R2 F 0/1 (.

Ruser2 should only be allowed to issue these commands on R1. Ruser1 should be allowed to execute all commands. Task 4 Configure the Router to authorize Exec and Commands on Telnet connection based on the ACS server for R1.netmetric-solutions.com.www. Make sure no authorization is done on the Console Line. Assign Ruser2 to privilege level 5 on the ACS Server.CareerCert. Task 6 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 152 of 307 .info Lab 18. Email: khawarb@khawarb.1 – Configuring AAA Command Authorization for Router’s/Switch’s Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure Privilege Level 5 with the following commands on R1: Show ip interface brief Show ip route Enable Ip routing Configure Router Network Task 2 Configure a Command Authorization set for Routers using the following commands on the ACS Server: Show ip interface brief Show ip route Enable Ip routing Configure Router Network Task 3 Assign this Command Authorization set to Ruser2. Task 5 Configure Privilege Level 4 on SW 1 with the above commands.

Make sure no authorization is done on the Console Line.CareerCert. SWuser2 should be restricted to Privilege Level 4 commands.www.com Page 153 of 307 .com. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info SWuser1 should be allowed to execute all commands.netmetric-solutions. Use the same command authorization set from before. Task 7 Configure the Switch to authorize Exec and Commands on Telnet connection based on the Local Database for Switch 1.

com. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Configure Route Router Network Task 2 Configure a Command Authorization set for the ASA using the following commands: Show ip Enable Configure Exit Route Router Network Login Logout Task 3 Assign this Command Authorization set to FWuser2. Task 5 Enable mode authentication should also be done thru ACS. Do not assign any specific commands under the User Configuration Screen. Task 4 FWuser1 should be allowed to execute all commands. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the following commands for Privilege 5 on ASA-1.info Lab 18.netmetric-solutions.CareerCert.www.com Page 154 of 307 .2 – Configuring AAA Command Authorization for ASA/PIX Before you Start This lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. FWuser2 should only be allowed to issue these commands on ASA-1. Configure the ASA appropriately to authorize SSH connections based on the ACS Server.

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3) R3 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.11.0/24 VLAN 23 F 0/0 (. Email: khawarb@khawarb.11.22. AAA and CA (.com. Network Diagram 4.0/24 VLAN 10 (.23.25) (.1.CareerCert.0/24 VLAN 22 F 0/0 (.16) F 0/1 (.10) 192.1 IDM.2) 192.2) R2 F 0/1 (.1.22.0/24 VLAN 11 SW1 F0/1 (.www.15) SW3 R1 F 0/0 (.22. Syslog.info Lab 19 – Configuring AAA For Accounting Before you Start This lab builds on the successful completion of Lab 18.10) ASA-1 F0/0 (.1) 10.netmetric-solutions.com Page 156 of 307 . IEV.1) 10.

All Command Logging should also be sent to the ACS Server. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Task 5 Send the logs to the ACS Server.com. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.www. Task 2 Log all commands typed by the users while logged in thru telnet.com Page 157 of 307 .CareerCert. Task 4 Log only logins and logouts done into Switch1 thru Telnet.1 – Configuring AAA Accounting for Router’s/Switch’s Lab Objectives: Task 1 Track all logins and logouts thru telnet into R1 to the ACS Server. Task 3 Limit the command logging to Privilege Levels 5 and 15.info Lab 19.

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Lab 19.2 – Configuring AAA Accounting for ASA/PIX
Before you Start
This lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.

Lab Objectives:
Task 1 Log all Logins and Logout thru SSH into the ASA to the ACS Server. Task 2 Also log all commands typed by the user while connected via SSH. All commands should be sent to the ACS Server. Note: If you cannot log into ASA-1 thru console, SSH in from R1 as FWuser1 and issue the following commands: Aaa authentication serial console TAC Write Reload Once it reloads, you should be able to login from the console as FWuser1.

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Lab 19.3 – Configuring AAA Usage Quotas For Users
Before you Start
This lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.

Lab Objectives:
Task 1 Create a Group called ExtClients. Task 2 Configure the following users on the ACS server. Make these users members of ExtClients. Username – Client1 Password – client1 Username – Client2 Password – client2 Task 3 Client 1 should be Limited to 20 hours of online time per week. He should not be able to split it into more than 5 sessions. Task 4 Client 2 should be Limited to 200 hours of online time total. He should not be able to have more than 4 session per week.

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CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.0

Module 4:
Access Management

Lab 20 – Configuring Authentication Proxy & Downloadable ACLs

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Lab 20 – Configuring Authentication Proxy & Downloadable ACLs
Before you Start
Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab. Network Diagram 4.1

IDM, IEV, Syslog, AAA and CA

(.25) (.16) F 0/1 (.1)

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Lab 20.1 – Configuring Authentication Proxy on the Routers
Lab Objectives:
Task 1 You have the following servers located on VLAN 23: Web Server: SMTP Server: DNS Server: 192.1.23.101 192.1.23.102 192.1.23.103

Task 2 R1 wants to control who can access these servers from VLAN 10. Task 3 Configure R1 with Authentication Proxy to allow access to these server based on successful authentication only. Task 4 Authentication and Authorization should be done based on the ACS server located at 10.11.11.25 using TACACS+. Console should not get authenticated. Task 5 Once authenticated, the user should be able to access any of these 3 servers. Task 6 If the uses has been idle for 7 minutes, the user’s authentication credentials should be removed. Task 7 If a user tries to log in and fails for 3 times, he should be black listed and prevented from accessing the Server for 1 hour.

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Lab 20.2 – Configuring Authentication Proxy on ASA
Before you Start
This lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.

Lab Objectives:
Task 1 Remove the Authentication Proxy from R1 F 0/1 interface. Configure ASA-1 to communicate to the ACS server located at 10.11.11.25 using TACACS+ as the authentication protocol. Configure the ACS to allow the PIX to act as AAA Client. They should use ccie-acs as the shared secret key. Task 2 Configure Authentication proxy on the ASA such that before allowing the following protocols to go out, the users must be authenticated for the following: TELNET TFTP FTP Task 3 Use 10.22.22.5 as the Virtual Telnet IP. Also configure the same address for Virtual HTTP. Task 4 Configure ACS with the following user accounts in the default group: Username – User-1 Password – user1 Username – User-2 Password – user2 Task 5 User-1 should be allowed to go out for Telnet and SMTP. User-2 should be allowed to go out for Telnet and FTP.

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Authentication should be done based on ACS Server.info Lab 20. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.55.1. Task 5 The ACS Server should be configured with an ACL that will allow access to this Custom application server. Configure ACS server to use RADIUS as the authentication protocol with the same key. There is a group of users that will need access to this Server. The Custom application uses TCP Port 25000. Reconfigure the ACS to support this.CareerCert.23. The ACL should be applied to the CustomAPP group.www.com. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Create a group called CustomAPP. Create a couple of users with the following Username and passwords and make them members of the CustomAPP group: Username – Cuser1 Password – cuser1 Username – Cuser2 Password – cuser2 Task 3 Only allow access to this server based on successful authentication.netmetric-solutions. Task 4 Users can use the Virtual Telnet address created in the previous lab. Task 6 Make sure that users get access to this application server even if the interface ACL does not allow access.com Page 164 of 307 .3 – Configuring Downloadable ACLs on ASA Before you Start This lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Remove the AAA configuration from the previous labs by typing the following commands: Clear configure aaa Clear configure aaa-server Task 2 There is a Custom application server located at 192.

Task 4 Create the following users on the ACS Server: Username – R2-User1 Password: cisco Privilege: 15 Username – R2-User2 Password: cisco Privilege: 15 Task 5 Make sure there is no authentication or authorization done on the Aux. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure R1 to allow HTTP Management.info Lab 20. . Task 3 When the users login. Task 2 Authenticate and Authorize the users connecting into R1 for HTTP using the ACS server. they should be assigned the privilege level from the ACS Server.com Page 165 of 307 .CareerCert.netmetric-solutions.4 – Configuring HTTP Authentication & Authorization on the Router Before you Start This lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.com. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.www. Email: khawarb@khawarb. It should only allow HTTP Management from VLAN 10. Console and Telnet lines.

1.55 vpdn:l2tp-tunnel-password=CISCO Task 3 Configure the service-type for this connection to be outbound.12.5 – Configuring L2TP Access Concentrator (LAC) Features Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.1.www.com Page 166 of 307 .55 LNS.1.12.12. Lab Objectives: Task 1 You have a L2TP Access Concentrator (LAC) located on your network. Task 4 Besides the 192. It should have the following parameters for outbound connections: vpdn:tunnel-id=LACT vpdn:tunnel-type=l2tp vpdn:ip-addresses=192.56 LNS Use 192.1. the LAC should connect to the L2TP Network Server(LNS).netmetric-solutions. Task 2 The LAC should get the information about the LNS from the RADIUS server.57 as a backup.12. there are another 2 LNS server (192.12.info Lab 20. It is configured for allowing incoming connection using PPP.1.1.12. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. This user should have a password of ccie.com. You need to configure the RADIUS server to support this type of configuration for a user ccie.com. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Based on the PPP client connections.55 and 192.1.56 and 192.CareerCert.57) on the network.cisco. Configure RADIUS for the following: Load Balance between the 192.12. in case the first 2 are down.

com.www. Task 5 The profile should authenticate using the local ACS database. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions. UDP and ICMP traffic.com Page 167 of 307 .6 – Configuring Network Access Profiles with NAF Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.CareerCert. Configure the SW1/ACS connection using the appropriate RADIUS Protocol and a key of radccie. the ACS should download an ACL to allow this user access for all TCP. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure SW1 to communicate with the ACS Server. Task 3 Create the following users on the ACS Server: Username – SW1-User1 Password: cisco Username – SW1-User2 Password: cisco Task 4 Configure a Network access Profile (NAP). Task 2 Configure SW1 to Authenticate Telnet for login using the RADIUS server. Email: khawarb@khawarb. The Network Access profile should only allow requests from SW1 for user SW1-User1. Task 6 If the user is successfully authenticated. Make sure that the Console and AUX port do not require authentication. It should use PAP and CHAP as the protocols.info Lab 20.

It should use PAP and CHAP as the protocols. Email: khawarb@khawarb. UDP and ICMP traffic. Task 3 Create the following users on the ACS Server: Username – SW1-User1 Password: cisco Username – SW1-User2 Password: cisco Task 4 Configure a Network access Profile (NAP).info Lab 20. Task 2 Configure SW1 to Authenticate Telnet for login using the RADIUS server. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure SW1 to communicate with the ACS Server. Make sure that the Console and AUX port do not require authentication.netmetric-solutions. Configure the SW1/ACS connection using the appropriate RADIUS Protocol and a key of radccie. The Network Access profile should only allow requests from SW1 for user SW1-User1. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 168 of 307 . Task 6 If the user is successfully authenticated.www. Task 5 The profile should authenticate using the local ACS database.com.7 – Configuring LDAP on the ACS Server Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.CareerCert. the ACS should download an ACL to allow this user access for all TCP.

CareerCert. it should be put in VLAN 333. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions. Task 3 Enable the IETF RADIUS attributes. Make it a member of the NAC group. Configure the group to notify the Switch that it should put the device in VLAN 802 upon successful authentication. Task 5 Configure a user NAC with a password of 8021x. Task 4 Configure a Group on the ACS Server called NAC.info Lab 20. Create this VLAN on the switch.8 – Configuring L2 NAC Framework – 802. Task 2 If the user authenticates successfully. the device should be put in VLAN 802. Assign it a name of “VLAN802”.com.com Page 169 of 307 .1x authentication. Email: khawarb@khawarb. 64. 65 and 81.www.1x authentication for Ports F 0/10 – 11 on Switch 1.1X Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure 802. If the user does not successfully authenticate or the user does support 802.

11.netmetric-solutions. Also. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Also. configure the switch to recognize and use vendor-specific attributes.www. Task 7 The Switch should wait for 2 minutes after a failed credential validation attempt before a new association can be retried. configure DHCP Snooping for VLAN 10.com. Only allow the traffic from the Default ACL created in the previous task.CareerCert. The Switch should authenticate.11. The DHCP Server is connected on Port F 0/11 on the switch. Task 5 Configure a ACL that will be used as a default interface ACL for the EAPoUDP ports using the following requirements: All Traffic destined for UDP / 21862 Requests from DHCP Clients towards the DHCP servers All Traffic destined for DNS requests HTTP access to a Patch Server located at 10.com Page 170 of 307 .9 – Configuring L2IP NAC Framework Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure SW3 to communicate with the ACS Server. Configure the SW3/ACS connection using the appropriate RADIUS Protocol and a key of radccie.99 Task 6 Implement a EAPoUDP policy on ports F 0/15-17.info Lab 20. Task 2 Configure NAC L2 IP on the switch. authorize and account for EAPoUDP against the RADIUS server configured in the previous task. Task 3 Configure the Switch to send Framed-IP-Address RADIUS attribute in access-request or accounting-request packets. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 4 Enable IP Device Tracking on the Switch.

Change the defaults based on the following parameters: Required Condition Types Posture Validation Policies Assessment Result Configuration Cisco PA. Task 10 Enable the default Authorization rules. Windows Result Healthy Checkup Transition Quarantine Infected Unknown Message Your Device is Healthy Your Decice needs Checkup Your Device is in Transition Your Device has been Quarantined Your Device is infected Your Device is in an Unknown state Task 9 The NAC L2 IP profile should be the top Profile in the list of Posture Validation profiles.netmetric-solutions. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.www.com.com Page 171 of 307 .CareerCert. Cisco Host CTA.info Task 8 Configure a NAC L2 IP profile using the default template on the ACS Server. Email: khawarb@khawarb.

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CareerCert. AAA and CA (.22.1) (. Syslog.22.5) R3 R5 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.info Lab 21 – Configuring Control Plane Security Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.25) 10.22. Email: khawarb@khawarb.4) F 0/0 (.netmetric-solutions.10) 192. IEV.10) ASA-1 F0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 22 F 0/0 (. Network Diagram 4.0/24 VLAN 10 F 0/1 (.www.2) R4 R2 F 0/1 (.11.1.1.0/24 VLAN 11 SW1 F0/1 (.com.1) 10.11.0/24 VLAN 23 F 0/0 (.3) F 0/0 (.23.15) R1 F 0/0 (.com Page 173 of 307 .2) 192.2 IDM.

1.1 – Configuring Routing Protocol Security Network Diagram 1.netmetric-solutions.1. Use a Key of 1 and a key-string of “cciesec3”.com Page 174 of 307 .CareerCert. R2 is receiving several routes from the 199.74.info Lab 21.0/24 199. Using the minimum number of deny statement(s).X. Using the minimum number of deny statement(s).1.0/24 199. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.X.1.com. Use a Key of 1 and a key-string of “cciesec3”. block all even networks from coming into SW1.1.2 Lab Objectives: Task 1 Devices on VLAN 10 and VLAN 11 have been configured with RIP V2 as the routing protocol. Task 2 Devices on VLAN 22 have been configured with EIGRP as the routing protocol. Configure these devices such that they authenticate the updates from each other using the highest level of authentication. Configure these devices such that they authenticate the updates from each other using the highest level of authentication. block the following networks from coming into R2: 199.90.202.1. Task 3 Devices on VLAN 23 have been configured with OSPF as the routing protocol.0/24 from R1.0/24 Task 5 SW1 is receiving several routes from the 200. Task 4 Mutual Route Redistribution has been pre-configured on the appropriate routers such that all routes from are reachable on all routers. Do not configure this on SW1.0/24 from the ASA. Configure these devices such that they authenticate the updates from each other using the highest level of authentication.www. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Use a Key of 1 and a key-string of “cciesec3”.218.0/24 199.

control the rate of Telnet traffic to 64000 bps.30. Email: khawarb@khawarb.netmetric-solutions.11.11. Lab Objectives: Task 1 R3 has been configured to allow telnet access for management purposes.2 – Configuring CP Policing Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.com Page 175 of 307 .11.CareerCert. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.www.info Lab 21. Task 2 This policy should not apply to traffic originating from hosts 10.com.25 and 10. Using Control Plane Policing.11.

www.netmetric-solutions. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 176 of 307 .info Lab 21. Email: khawarb@khawarb.3 – Configuring CP Protection Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.com. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure R5 with a port-filter to drop all traffic destined to a closed or non-listened port except for a custom port 11223 Task 2 Configure a queue-threshold on R3 such that it set’s the queue depth for HTTP and Telnet traffic to 75 and all other protocols to 200.CareerCert.

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11.2) R2 F 0/1 (.info Lab 22 – IOS Access Control Lists Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.0/24 VLAN 22 F 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 10 F 0/1 (. AAA and CA (.CareerCert.10) ASA-1 F0/0 (.10) 192. IEV.22.11.3) R3 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.25) 10. Email: khawarb@khawarb.23.1 IDM.22.netmetric-solutions.com Page 178 of 307 .0/24 VLAN 23 F 0/0 (.1) 10. Syslog.0/24 VLAN 11 SW1 F0/1 (.1.1.2) 192.www.com.1) (.22. Network Diagram 5.15) R1 F 0/0 (.

com. Task 4 Configure the clock on R2 to the current time. Configure a Time-range that specifies the Maintenance Schedule on R2. It should allow Web and DNS traffic to it. Access should be allowed at all other times. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 3 This time range should be activated from the first of next month and should remain in effect till the end of the year.1Network Diagram 1. Task 5 Configure an ACL on R2 that denies access to this server during the maintenance times coming in thru F 0/1 interface.CareerCert. It will also go down for maintenance from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM on Saturday and Sunday. ASA-1 should translate this server as 192.1.11.netmetric-solutions.www.22.11.2 – Time Based ACL Lab Objectives: Task 1 The device at 10.25 is a Web and DNS Server.com Page 179 of 307 . Email: khawarb@khawarb. Task 2 This server will be going down for maintenance from 10:00 PM – 11:30 PM from Monday – Friday.info Lab 22.25 on the outside interface.

www. Task 2 Only allow the following traffic to come into R1 F 0/0 that is initiated from the outside: Web Traffic destined to 10.11.25 Telnet Traffic destined to 10.11. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.11.2 – Reflexive ACL Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.11.11.CareerCert. UDP and ICMP traffic from VLAN 10 should be allowed to go out of the F 0/0 interface and return.info Lab 22. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure R1 such that all TCP.11.25.15 DNS Traffic destined to 10. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com.com Page 180 of 307 .

The authentication will be done by establishing a Telnet session to the F 0/0 interface.11. Translate R1 as 192. Task 4 Telnet in from R2 to test the creation of the dynamic entry in the ACL. Enable Vty lines 0 3 for allowing users to authenticate and creating the entry.11. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure R1 such that it allows access to 10. This should be allowed thru F 0/0 interface.22. Create a user called admin with a password of admin. If the Telnet session is successful.3 – Dynamic ACL Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Allow telnet access to this IP on ASA-1 for both the standard and non-standard telnet port.netmetric-solutions.com Page 181 of 307 .1 on the outside of ASA-1.1.info Lab 22.0 for any TCP-based application servers based on successful authentication. Set the idle timeout for the dynamically created entry to 2 minutes.0 network. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 2 Create a username called dacl with a password of dacl on R1. Email: khawarb@khawarb.www.com.11. Task 3 Allow the administrator to Telnet into R1 for management by connecting to port 3065.CareerCert.11. it should allow the host to access the 10.

com Page 182 of 307 .netmetric-solutions.info Lab 22.www.4 – Preventing IP Spoofing using ACL & RPF Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.CareerCert. Lab Objectives: Task 1 No Class A or Class B network traffic should be allowed coming in thru the F 0/1 interface on R2. Allow the default route to satisfy the route check.com. Task 3 Use Strict RPF to prevent IP spoofing using network addresses from the internal networks. Task 2 Also block any RFC 1918 address from the Class C address space. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.

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Lab 23 – IOS Services
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Lab 23.1 – Configuring NAT on Routers Network Diagram 1.2
Lab Objectives:
Task 1 Configure NAT on R2 such that networks 10.11.11.0/24 and 10.22.22.0/24 networks can go out using a pool of Public address 199.1.1.4 – 199.1.1.254. Task 2 Configure the following static mapping on R2: R1 – Real IP – 10.22.22.1 Public IP – 199.1.1.1 ACS – Real IP – 10.11.11.25 Public IP – 199.1.1.2 Switch 1 – Real IP – 10.22.22.15 Public IP – 199.1.1.3 Task 3 Configure R3 such that the 10.44.44.0/24 can go out using the S 0/0 interface of R3 as the public IP. Configure it such that all the hosts on Network 10.44.44.0/24 use the same IP on the outside. Task 4 Configure R3 for NAT in such a way that if a request comes into R3 S 0/0 for 23, it should be redirected towards 10.44.44.4. Additionally, if a request comes into R3 S 0/0 for 80, it should be redirected towards 10.44.44.45. This is a web server that will be deployed in the future.

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Lab 23.2 – Configuring IP TCP Intercept
Before you Start
This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.

Lab Objectives:
Task 1 The Web Server at 192.1.56.55 is getting overwhelmed by syn-attacks. R3 should watch the traffic and if it does not complete the TCP handshake in 20 seconds, it should drop the packets. Task 2 R3 should start deleting half open connection to this server if the number reaches 1000. It should stop deleting half open connection if they reach 800. Set the same parameters for the connection made in the last minute.

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Lab 23.3 – Configuring NTP
Before you Start
This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.

Lab Objectives:
Task 1 Configure R2 as a NTP Master with a stratum of 2. It should authenticate the clients using a key id of 235. The Key string should be ccie12353. R2 is in Los Angeles. Configure the appropriate Time Zone setting. Task 2 Configure R3 to receive its clock from R1. R3 is in Dubai. Configure R3 such that it automatically adjusts the clock based on the time zone Task 3 Configure R5 to receive its clock from R3. R5 is located in Singapore. Do not use the NTP Server command to receive the clock. Do not configure any commands under the interface to accomplish this task.

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Lab 23.4 – Disabling Unnecessary Services on the Router
Before you Start
This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.

Lab Objectives:
Task 1 Disable the ability of R4 to act as a DHCP Server. Task 2 R4 should not send ICMP unreachable messages if it cannot route packets to a particular host or network. Disable it on the E 0/0 interface. Task 3 Disable the Finger service Task 4 Disable all services that are running on ports 19 and lower on R4.

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CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.0

Module 5:
Network and Switch Security using IOS Features

Lab 24 – Implementing QoS for Traffic Control and Congestion Management

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netmetric-solutions.56 (.22.1. AAA and CA (.11.22.0/24 VLAN 56 F 0/0 (.4 (.2 IDM.56.3) R4 10.0/24 VLAN 12 F 0/0 (.3) 192.5) F 0/0 (.3) R3 F 0/0.123.com Page 190 of 307 . IEV. Network Diagram 5.1.15) F 0/0 (.44.0/24 F 0/0 (.com.1) R1 10.44.2) R2 S 0/0 (.1) VLAN 12 (.www.2) 192.25) 10.2) R2 SW1 S 0/0 (.info Lab 24 – Implementing QoS for Traffic Control and Congestion Management Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab. Syslog.11.6) R5 R6 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.0/24 VLAN 34 F 0/0.CareerCert.0/24 VLAN 10 F 0/1 (. Email: khawarb@khawarb.

Email: khawarb@khawarb.2 Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure R2 Serial 0/0 interface for CB-WFQ using the following requirement: HTTP and HTTPS traffic = 25% of the bandwidth SMTP traffic = 20% of the bandwidth Task 2 Configure R3 Serial 0/0 interface for CB-WFQ using the following requirement: Any traffic from R5 towards R1 = 25% of the bandwidth Any traffic from R4 towards R1 = 20% of the bandwidth HTTP traffic = 20% of the bandwidth Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.com.CareerCert.1 – Configuring CB-WFQ Network Diagram 1.info Lab 24.com Page 191 of 307 .www.

Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.info Lab 24.netmetric-solutions.com.www.com Page 192 of 307 .2 – Configuring LLQ Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure R2’s existing Policy map for LLQ such that Telnet traffic will use LLQ with a bandwidth percent of 20%. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Task 2 Configure R3’s existing Policy map for LLQ such that any traffic with an IP precedence of 5 will use LLQ with a bandwidth percent of 25%.CareerCert.

www.3 – Rate-Limiting Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.com.com Page 193 of 307 . Email: khawarb@khawarb.55. All other traffic should be limited to 144 Kbps with a Normal burst of 16 KB and Excess burst of 24 KB.CareerCert. Task 2 Configure R3 for Rate Limiting for traffic originating from the 55. Lab Objectives: Task 1 You want to control the flow of traffic inbound and outbound on R5 E 0/0 using the following criteria: HTTP should be limited to 1 Mbps with a Normal burst of 16 KB and Excess burst of 24 KB. FTP should be limited to 400 Kbps with a Normal burst of 16 KB and Excess burst of 24 KB.info Lab 24.55.netmetric-solutions.0 network going towards the frame segment using the following parameters: TFTP traffic should be limited to 400 kbps FTP traffic should be limited to 750 kbps Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.

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1.6) R5 R6 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.3) R4 10.0/24 VLAN 12 F 0/0 (.www.11.22.22.netmetric-solutions.0/24 VLAN 56 F 0/0 (.25) 10. AAA and CA (.2 IDM.1. Syslog.2) R2 SW1 S 0/0 (.3) 192. IEV.15) F 0/0 (.1) R1 10.CareerCert.123.44.0/24 VLAN 10 F 0/1 (.com.com Page 195 of 307 .56.4 (.0/24 VLAN 34 F 0/0.56 (.1) VLAN 12 (.0/24 F 0/0 (. Network Diagram 5.5) F 0/0 (.2) 192. Email: khawarb@khawarb.3) R3 F 0/0.11.44.info Lab 25 – Using NBAR Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.2) R2 S 0/0 (.

com.com” will be assigned at least 25% of the bandwidth. Citrix Server is running on ports UDP 15000 and udp 15500 rather than its Standard ports.www.netmetric-solutions.2 Lab Objectives: Task 1 R2 has a Citrix server on the Ethernet segment.1 – Configuring CB-WFQ Network Diagram 1.com Page 196 of 307 .CareerCert.com” or “Netmetric-solutions. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info Lab 25. Do not use any ACL’s to accomplish this task. Task 2 Also configure the policy such that HTTP traffic destined towards any url that contains “cisco. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. You would like to assign 20% of the bandwidth to Citrix server on the outbound traffic towards the frame cloud.

Task 2 Also configure R3 such that any traffic destined to any SQLNet Server that uses a port number of 1530.com” in the url.2 – Using NBAR for LLQ Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure R3 such that if http traffic destined for any url that contains “khawarb.com Page 197 of 307 . should also use the LLQ with 10% of the bandwidth. should be assigned to the LLQ. Configure it with 15% of the bandwidth.info Lab 25. Email: khawarb@khawarb.netmetric-solutions. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.www.com.CareerCert.

Lab Objectives: Task 1 You need to discover all protocols that are running on the E 0/0 segments of R3.3 – Using NBAR for Traffic Analysis Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.info Lab 25.com Page 198 of 307 . Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.www.com. Email: khawarb@khawarb. You should obtain statistics about the protocols like the number of input and output packets and the number of bytes.CareerCert.

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0/24 VLAN 34 F 0/0.56. IEV.2) R2 S 0/0 (.22.3) R4 10.6) R5 R6 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.56 (.1.4 (.0/24 VLAN 12 F 0/0 (.22.11.2) 192.1. Syslog. AAA and CA (.com.2 IDM.com Page 200 of 307 .1) VLAN 12 (.info Lab 26 – Catalyst Switch Security Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab. Load the initial configuration for R1.2) R2 SW1 S 0/0 (.44.0/24 VLAN 10 F 0/1 (.3) 192.15) F 0/0 (.1) R1 10.5) F 0/0 (. R2 and Switch1 only. Email: khawarb@khawarb.www.CareerCert.25) 10.0/24 F 0/0 (. This Lab covers Catalyst Switch Security. Network Diagram 5.44.0/24 VLAN 56 F 0/0 (.3) R3 F 0/0.netmetric-solutions.11. Although the rest of the devices are on the Diagram they are NOT used in the lab.123.

15 for interface VLAN 12. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com as the domain name. Configure RIP V2 as the routing protocol on Switch1. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.2 Management Protocols Network Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure Switch1 with an IP address of 10. Task 3 Configure the VTY lines such that Lines 0 – 2 accepts SSH connections only. Task 4 Configure the rest of the VTY lines to accept only Telnet connections.com Page 201 of 307 .netmetric-solutions. Generate a RSA key such that it will use a separate key for encryption and a separate key for signatures. The authentication should be done based on the local database.CareerCert.info Lab 26.0.22.com.www. The telnet connections should be limited to Port 3053 from network 10. SSH connections should be allowed from VLAN 11 and VLAN 12 only.1 – ControllingDiagram 1. Task 2 Configure the Switch for SSH Management. Authentication should also be done based on the local database.22.22. Create a user called admin with password of admin on SW1.22. Use Netmetric-solutions.

Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. You would like to learn the MAC address dynamically. These 2 ports have a couple of File Servers connected to them respectively. If another port tries to connect to these ports they should be barred from connecting to the 2 file servers configured in the previous task.info Lab 26. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure ports F 0/19 and F 0/20 as part of VLAN 12. Email: khawarb@khawarb. These ports should not be able to communicate to each other. Enable Port security for these ports such that only 1 MAC address can be connected to them. Do not configure an ACL to accomplish this. Task 3 Configure F 0/3 – F 0/6 in VLAN 12. Task 2 Configure Switch1 such that only R1 F0/0 and R2 F0/0 can connect to Ports F 0/1 and F 0/2 respectively. They should be able to connect to other devices in the network.CareerCert.2 – Port Security Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.com.netmetric-solutions.com Page 202 of 307 .www.

com.com Page 203 of 307 . Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.www. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure ports F 0/1 – 6 on Switch 1 such that they transition immediately into forwarding state as soon as they come up.info Lab 26.CareerCert. they should be disabled. Email: khawarb@khawarb.3 – Configuring Spanning Tree Portfast Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.netmetric-solutions. Task 2 If a bpdu is received on any of these ports.

Task 2 The DHCP server resides on the F 0/17 on Switch1.www.netmetric-solutions.com Page 204 of 307 . It should be enabled for VLAN 12. It should maintain a MAC-IP database based on the Addresses assigned to DHCP Clients from DHCP Servers. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.info Lab 26.4 – Enabling DHCP Snooping Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Task 3 Make sure the switch only allows DHCP replies from port F 0/17 on Switch1. Assign this port to VLAN 12.CareerCert.com. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure DHCP Snooping on Switch1.

5 – Dynamic ARP Inspection Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Task 2 It should be enabled on VLAN 12.netmetric-solutions. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info Lab 26.www.com. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure Switch1 such that it intercepts all packets received on untrusted ports. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 205 of 307 . It should verify IP-MAC mappings against the DHCP Snooping Database.CareerCert. It should drop any violating packets.

11.com.25 using “ccie12353” as the key. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 3 The Switch should re-authenticate every 2 hours.com Page 206 of 307 .CareerCert.info Lab 26. This authentication should use CSACS located at 10. Email: khawarb@khawarb.6 – Configuring Dot 1X Authentication Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.netmetric-solutions. I am NOT concerned with the ACS configuration in this lab.www. Task 2 Unauthenticated users must go to guest VLAN 999. Lab Objectives: Task 1 The PCs that are connected or will be connected to Cat-1 ports F0/19 – 20 should get authenticated before they are allowed access to the network. they should also be put in VLAN 999. If the client does not have Dot1x capabilities. Note: Just configure the Switch.11.

Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure the following policy for VLAN 12.11.22.0012. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.info Lab 26.2222 trying to attack VLAN 12.7 – VLAN Access-Maps Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Only host 10. Task 2 Do not apply any access-list on any of the interfaces. Block this MAC address from accessing any device on VLAN 12. There is a Custom Application server located at 10.22.com Page 207 of 307 . There is a MAC Address 0001.22.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions. Hosts in VLAN 10 should not have access to a server located at 10.com.11.25 should be able to access this application server.101. This application uses UDP port 50000.100.www.22. Email: khawarb@khawarb.

www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com.netmetric-solutions.com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 208 of 307 .netmetric-solutions.0 Module 6: Network Attacks Lab 27 – Blocking Attacks Using ACLs Netmetric Solutions http://www.CareerCert.info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.

CareerCert.com Page 209 of 307 .11.11.10) VLAN 22 (.www.0/24 VLAN 22 E 0/0 (.1.1.1) R4 192.2) R2 S 0/0 (.1) R1 F 0/1 (.0/24 VLAN 14 F 0/0 (.5) F 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 10 E 0/1 (. Syslog.2) R2 SW1 S 0/0 (.1) 192. AAA and CA (. Network Diagram 6. Email: khawarb@khawarb.15) F 0/0 (.14.1.56.1 IDM.2) 192. IEV.0/24 VLAN 56 F 0/0 (.12.0/24 F 0/0 (.info Lab 27 – Blocking Attacks using ACLs Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.22.25) 10.6) R5 R6 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.10) ASA-1 192.com.1.

1.com Page 210 of 307 .1 – Blocking Fraggle. Block any packets that are destined to this server that are fragmented.com.www. You suspect being used as a Smurf and Fraggle reflector. Protect R2 from being a Smurf and Fraggle reflector from the Frame Cloud. You deem these packets to be attack packets.netmetric-solutions. You suspect to be a Smurf and Fraggle victim. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.CareerCert. Protect R4 from being a Smurf and Fraggle victim from VLAN 14.1.22.2Smurf & Fragment Network Diagram Attacks Lab Objectives: Task 1 R2 is experiencing a Fraggle and Smurf attack from the Frame Network.30. Task 2 R2 is also receiving a bunch of fragmented packet destined for a web server located at 192.info Lab 27. Task 3 R4 is also under a Fraggle and Smurf attack from VLAN 14.

www. Multicast addresses. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Lab Objectives: Task 1 R1 is receiving a lot of Spoofed packets from the Frame cloud.x.com Page 211 of 307 .netmetric-solutions.2 – IP Spoofing Attacks Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.info Lab 27.x.CareerCert. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Loopback addresses and experimental addresses (above 240.com. Block all these attacks using the minimum number of lines possible. These packets are either using the RFC 1918 address space.x). Do not use an ACL to accomplish this task. These internal networks should not come in from the outside as source addresses. Task 2 You have a set of public IP addresses on the inside network.

com Page 212 of 307 .CareerCert.netmetric-solutions.info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com.www.0 Module 6: Network Attacks Lab 28 – Mitigating Layer 2 Attacks Netmetric Solutions http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.netmetric-solutions.

This Lab covers Catalyst Switch Security.2) R2 SW1 S 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 22 E 0/0 (.11. Load the initial configuration for R1.0/24 VLAN 56 F 0/0 (.10) ASA-1 192. they are NOT used in the lab.2) R2 S 0/0 (. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info Lab 28 – Mitigating Layer 2 Attacks Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.25) 10. R2 and Switch1 only.11. Although the rest of the devices are on the Diagram.5) F 0/0 (.14.netmetric-solutions.1.www.15) F 0/0 (. IEV.1) R4 192. AAA and CA (.0/24 F 0/0 (.1) R1 F 0/1 (.1.com Page 213 of 307 .1 IDM.2) 192.6) R5 R6 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.0/24 VLAN 10 E 0/1 (.1.10) VLAN 22 (.12.56.1.22. Syslog.com.1) 192.CareerCert.0/24 VLAN 14 F 0/0 (. Network Diagram 6.

there is an entry for Port F 0/4 for the servers MAC address.com. This goes happening intermittently throughout the day (MAC Spoofing Attack).CareerCert. It has a bunch of MAC addresses connected to port F 0/3 on Switch 2. you notice that there is no entry for the Port F 0/4 in the MAC Address table but the MAC address of the server appears under port F 0/7.info Lab 28. If you check MAC address table after sometime.1 – Mitigating Diagram 1.1234) to F 0/4 on Switch 2.com Page 214 of 307 . the port should be shutdown preventing this attack. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Mitigate this attack by Hard coding the MAC address of the Server (0001.www.2 Spoofing Attacks MAC Network Lab Objectives: Task 1 Switch2 is forwarding packets Destined to a specific device to all ports on the switch. Upon looking at the MAC Address table. If a violation occurs.AB11. This MAC address should be learned Dynamically and copied into your configuration file. Mitigate this attack by only allowing one MAC address on this port. you notice that your MAC Address table is full (CAM Table Overflow Attack). Upon further investigation. This port is connected to an end device. Email: khawarb@khawarb.netmetric-solutions. Task 2 Users are complaining about temporarily losing connectivity to a server located on Port F 0/4 on Switch 2.

Task 3 Configure Switch 2 such that all the ARP replies are verified against the DHCP server dynamically assigned IP address. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Ports F 0/5 – 9 are in VLAN 35.netmetric-solutions. Users in this VLAN are complaining about losing access to the network.CareerCert. it shows a bunch of IP Addresses using the same MAC address (ARP Spoofing Attack). Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.info Lab 28.www. Mitigate this attack by validating ARP responses on Switch 2.com Page 215 of 307 . Configure the Switch that this should be the only DHCP server to assign IP addresses in this VLAN. Task 2 The clients are assigned IP addresses based on a DHCP Server on port F 0/8 of Switch 2 which is in VLAN 35.com. Email: khawarb@khawarb.2 – Mitigating ARP Spoofing Attacks Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. When you check the ARP table on hosts.

Verify the Source-MAC Destination-MAC and IP addresses in the ARP packet. Task 2 Configure Switch 2 such that all the ARP replies are verified before allowing them to go out.com. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com Page 216 of 307 . they cannot to devices outside of their segment. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Upon further investigation. Ports F 0/10 – 11 and F 0/17 -18 are members of VLAN 78. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Users in VLAN 78 are experiencing similar type of symptoms like the users on VLAN 35.netmetric-solutions.www.CareerCert.3 – Mitigating Man-in-the-Middle Attacks Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. you discover that ARP cache of the devices has an invalid MAC address for the IP address of the default Gateway (Man in the Middle Attack). Although they are able to connect to devices within their own segment. Don’t check port F 0/17 and F 0/18 as they are connected to the DHCP Server and the Router. Port F 0/17 is connected to the DHCP Server for this VLAN.info Lab 28.

Mitigate this attack by making sure that end devices do not have the ability to establish trunking with the Switch. Upon further investigation.netmetric-solutions.com.www. Lab Objectives: Task 1 A couple of users have accessed devices in other VLAN bypassing Router Security. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 217 of 307 . Task 2 This should be done on all ports that are part of VLAN 35 and VLAN 78.4 – Preventing VLAN Hoping Attacks Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info Lab 28.CareerCert. you find out that the users have established a trunk port with the Switch (VLAN Hoping Attack).

CareerCert. Task 2 Make sure that the only DHCP server in VLAN 78 is located at F 0/17 on Switch 2. Task 3 The DHCP Server is getting overwhelmed by the number of rogue DHCP requests it is receiving.com Page 218 of 307 . Control the number of packets on un-trusted DHCP ports to 100 requests per second.www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com. Lab Objectives: Task 1 You have installed a DHCP server on Port F 0/17 in VLAN 78 on Switch 2.5 – Mitigating DHCP Attacks Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.info Lab 28.netmetric-solutions. But you find out the addresses given out to the Clients are not coming from this DHCP Server (Rogue DHCP Server).

info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.netmetric-solutions.0 Module 6: Network Attacks Lab 29 – Mitigating DoS Attacks Netmetric Solutions http://www.CareerCert.www.com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com.com Page 219 of 307 .

0/24 VLAN 10 E 0/1 (.25) 10.11.1 IDM.56.0/24 F 0/0 (.CareerCert.1) 192.14.0/24 VLAN 22 E 0/0 (.info Lab 29 – Mitigating DoS Attacks Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.0/24 VLAN 56 F 0/0 (.netmetric-solutions.www.1.1) R4 192.0/24 VLAN 14 F 0/0 (.2) 192. Syslog.1. AAA and CA (.1) R1 F 0/1 (.1.2) R2 SW1 S 0/0 (.1.5) F 0/0 (. Email: khawarb@khawarb.11.12.2) R2 S 0/0 (.6) R5 R6 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Network Diagram 6.com Page 220 of 307 . IEV.15) F 0/0 (.10) VLAN 22 (.10) ASA-1 192.com.22.

Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 2 R1 is also experiencing a lot of traffic for udp port 1434 and TCP port 1433 (SQL Slammer).com Page 221 of 307 .1 – Mitigating DoS Attacks Using CAR Network Diagram 1. Control this traffic by limiting the traffic to 64 kbps coming into the Frame Link.info Lab 29.2 Lab Objectives: Task 1 R1 is experiencing a DoS attack against your network. Control this traffic by limiting the traffic to 128 kbps coming into the Frame Link.www. You turn on Netflow on R3 and see a lot of packets for TCP ports 135 and 4444 and UDP port 69 (W32.netmetric-solutions.CareerCert. Email: khawarb@khawarb.Blaster). Use 16 KB and 24 KB for normal and excess burst values. Use 16 KB and 24 KB for normal and excess burst values.com.

com. This is the only server that should be accessed from the frame cloud.info Lab 29. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Configure R2 such that if there are more than 400 half-open connections.CareerCert. If more than 40 connection are made to a specific host. Task 2 After configuring this.2 – Mitigating DoS and SYN Attacks using CBAC Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.1. Users from inside networks should be able to go out and return for any traffic. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com Page 222 of 307 .netmetric-solutions.www.65. it should only allow new connections to be made by deleting the oldest entry for this specific host. the Web server experiencing a SYN Flood attack. All routing traffic should be allowed into R2.22. Lab Objectives: Task 1 There is a Web server located at 192. it should delete the oldest 100 connections.

Set the same parameters for the connection made in the last minute. Lab Objectives: Task 1 All Web servers located on VLAN 14 are not able to service Web requests. Task 2 Configure R1 such that it does not allow any Web request towards VLAN 14.3 – Mitigating DoS and SYN Attacks using IP TCP Intercept Feature Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. It should stop deleting half open connection if they reach 400. Task 3 R1 should start deleting half open connections if the number reaches 600. Upon further investigation.com Page 223 of 307 . Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.www. It should answer on behalf of the Web servers located on VLAN 14 and only pass the connections if they complete.com.info Lab 29.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions. Email: khawarb@khawarb. you notice that the Web servers are getting overwhelmed with SYN packets that are in half-open state.

www.com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.netmetric-solutions.com.0 Module 6: Network Attacks Lab 30 – Mitigating Attacks Using NBAR Netmetric Solutions http://www.CareerCert.com Page 224 of 307 . Email: khawarb@khawarb.

11.1) R1 F 0/1 (.10) ASA-1 192.0/24 F 0/0 (.1) R4 192.25) 10. Network Diagram 6. IEV.22.CareerCert.1.com.2) 192.0/24 VLAN 22 E 0/0 (.com Page 225 of 307 .info Lab 30 – Mitigating Attacks Using NBAR Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.0/24 VLAN 56 F 0/0 (.6) R5 R6 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Syslog.15) F 0/0 (. AAA and CA (.0/24 VLAN 14 F 0/0 (.5) F 0/0 (.2) R2 SW1 S 0/0 (.www.1.1) 192.0/24 VLAN 10 E 0/1 (.1 IDM.10) VLAN 22 (.11. Email: khawarb@khawarb.2) R2 S 0/0 (.12.1.14.netmetric-solutions.56.1.

eml” This is the footprint of the Nimda Attack. Email: khawarb@khawarb.exe” “root.info Lab 30.ida” “cmd.2 Lab Objectives: Task 1 R2 is experiencing a DoS attack against your Webserver located on VLAN 22.exe” “readme. The policy should be applied on the S 0/0 interface of R2.www. You turn on a Packet Analyzer to capture packets and see the following url’s: “.com.netmetric-solutions.com Page 226 of 307 . Task 2 Configure R2 such that any packet that has the preceding patterns in the url of http packets should be dropped.CareerCert. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1 – Blocking HTTP Attacks Using NBAR Network Diagram 1.

www. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com.2 – Blocking File Transfer Attacks Using NBAR Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab.CareerCert. Do not use an Access List to accomplish this task. Lab Objectives: Task 1 The Frame Relay network is overwhelmed by File Transfer traffic.com Page 227 of 307 .info Lab 30. it is found that Peer-to-Peer applications are causing this. Email: khawarb@khawarb. The main Peer-to-Peer File sharing that are causing it are listed below: Kazaa Grokster iMesh BearShare Limewire Morpheus ToadNode Task 2 Mitigate this problem by dropping any traffic from these applications from R1 towards the Frame Cloud.netmetric-solutions. Upon deeper analysis.

CareerCert. Task 4 Do not use an Access-list for this Lab. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Configure R5 to block Fragmented UDP packets coming into F 0/0. Task 3 If the above criteria matches.com Page 228 of 307 .netmetric-solutions.com. the packets should be dropped.info Lab 30. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 2 The matching criteria should be as follows: Fragment Offset should not be equal to 0.3 – Blocking Fragmented UDP Attacks using FPM Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. More Fragments bit in the flag field should be set to 1. Email: khawarb@khawarb.www.

22.1.com Page 229 of 307 .CareerCert.4 – Blocking TCP SYN Flood Attacks using FPM Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. The traffic should be TCP Traffic and coming from 192.22. Task 4 Do not use an Access-list for this Lab. Task 3 If the above criteria matches.netmetric-solutions.1.22. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.22.www.com.info Lab 30. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Task 2 The matching criteria should be as follows: The SYN Flag in the TCP Control Bits Field should be on. the packets should be dropped. Lab Objectives: Task 1 R6 is receiving a TCP SYN Flood attack from 192.

info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.netmetric-solutions.com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 230 of 307 .0 Module 6: Network Attacks Lab 31 – Service Provider Security Netmetric Solutions http://www.netmetric-solutions.com. Email: khawarb@khawarb.www.CareerCert.

22. IEV.25) 10.1) R4 192.0/24 VLAN 14 F 0/0 (.info Lab 31 – Service Provider Security Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.1.1) R1 F 0/1 (.5) F 0/0 (.0/24 F 0/0 (. Syslog.com.11.2) R2 SW1 S 0/0 (.com Page 231 of 307 .14.www.56.2) 192.6) R5 R6 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.15) F 0/0 (.12.0/24 VLAN 10 E 0/1 (. Network Diagram 6.0/24 VLAN 22 E 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 56 F 0/0 (. AAA and CA (.10) ASA-1 192. Email: khawarb@khawarb.CareerCert.10) VLAN 22 (.11.1.netmetric-solutions.1.1.1) 192.1 IDM.2) R2 S 0/0 (.

Email: khawarb@khawarb.netmetric-solutions.www. Prevent your router from sending ICMP unreachable messages to the sender of these packets.com.2 Lab Objectives: Task 1 R2 is seeing a lot of packets coming in towards UDP port 1434. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 232 of 307 .1 – Blocking Attacks Using PBR Network Diagram 1. Block packets that are either destined towards R2 or thru it from the Frame cloud with these characteristics. From your sniffer trace. you see the size of these packets is 376 bytes. You suspect these packets to be attack packets for the Deloder Worm.info Lab 31.CareerCert. Task 2 These packets should be black holed on R2.

You can only create one static route on each router. R4.0/24 and 144.com. R1 is peering with all the routers and is acting as a Route-Reflector Server.0. R2.www. Task 2 It has come to your attention that 44. Task 3 Configure BGP such that all the Routers in the AS drop any packets destined for these two networks.2 – Blocking Attacks Using Remote Triggered Black Holing Before you Start This Lab builds on the configuration of the previous lab. Lab Objectives: Task 1 Routers R1.com Page 233 of 307 . Task 4 Use R1 as the Trigger Router. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.0/8 networks are under a denial of service attack.0.netmetric-solutions.info Lab 31. R5 and R6 are in AS 12456.0. Email: khawarb@khawarb. These networks are behind R4. The Traffic destined for these two networks should be black holed on all routers in the AS.0.CareerCert.

netmetric-solutions.com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 234 of 307 . Email: khawarb@khawarb.com.www.netmetric-solutions.info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.CareerCert.0 Module 7: Troubleshooting Lab 32 – Troubleshooting ASA Netmetric Solutions http://www.

0/24 VLAN 12 F 0/0 (. Syslog.10) F 0/1.22.0/24 VLAN 10 F 0/1 (.1) R1 F 0/0 (.info Lab 32 – Troubleshooting ASA Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.10) F0/3 (.netmetric-solutions.44) 192.2) R2 S 0/0 (.22.0/24 VLAN 33 F0/1 (.1.0/24 VLAN 66 R6 ASA-2 F 0/1.1.0/24 S 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 100 F 0/0(.25) 10.55.22.2) 192.0/24 VLAN 44 R4 F0/0 (.66.com.33.33) F0/2 (.22.1) 10.55) 192.44.22.0/24 VLAN 55 F 0/0 (.CareerCert. Email: khawarb@khawarb.0/24 VLAN 11 ASA-1 R3 10.20) BB1 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.10) 10.5) R5 F 0/0 (.1 IDM.125.66. Network Diagram 7.1. AAA and CA (.44.10) 10.www.10) F0/0 (.1(.com Page 235 of 307 .11.11.10) 10.10) F0/0 (. This lab covers Basic configurations on the ASA firewall. IEV.33.6(.

com Page 236 of 307 .44.10/24 Task 2 It should have been able to ping all the surrounding routers.22.5 TFTP-Server : 10.22. Task 3 It should have been configured to give out IP Configuration using the following: IP Range : 10.22.33. Task 5 A BGP neighbor relationship has been configured between R6 and BB1 in AS 600.22.1.22.10/24 10.6 Task 4 The above requirements are not working. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Fix it.22.33.22.netmetric-solutions.44.35 WINS Server : 10.1.51 – 10.22. Lab Objectives: Task 1 The ASA-1 should have been configuration for the Interfaces: Interface F 0/0 F 0/1 F 0/2 F 0/3 Name Outside Inside DMZ3 DMZ4 configured with the following IP Security Level 0 100 50 50 IP Address 192. The neighbor relationship is not coming up.22.1 – Troubleshooting Initial Configuration Issues Lab Objectives: Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.www.com.22. Fix it.10/24 10.10/24 10.info Lab 32.CareerCert.22.100 DNS Server : 192.22. Email: khawarb@khawarb.

com.info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.netmetric-solutions.netmetric-solutions.com Page 237 of 307 .com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.0 Module 7: Troubleshooting Lab 33 – Troubleshooting DMVPN Netmetric Solutions http://www.CareerCert.www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.

Email: khawarb@khawarb. R3 F0/0 (.12.10) ASA-1 F0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 12 F 0/0 (.10) 192.1.com Page 238 of 307 .10.1.info Lab 33 – Troubleshooting DMVPN Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab.com.CareerCert.0/24 VLAN 10 F0/1 (.2) R1 R2 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1) F 0/0 (.www.3) 192.netmetric-solutions.

Email: khawarb@khawarb.www.com Page 239 of 307 . Bring it up.com.info Lab 33.123. R3 is the NHRP Hub. Lab Objectives: Task 1 DMVPN has been configured between R1.16.DMVPN Tunnel Parameters o IP address : 172.0/24 o IP MTU : 1416 o Tunnel Authentication Key : 123 Routing Protocol Parameters o EIGRP 123 ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Encryption : 3DES o Pre-Shared Key : cciesec IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC Task 2 The Tunnel is not coming up.1 – Troubleshooting DMVPN Before you Start Load the initial configuration files from the DVD/CD for the devices used in this Lab. The DMVPN is supposed to be using the following Configuration Parameters: NHRP Parameters o NHRP ID – 123 o NHRP Authentication key . Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. R2 and R3 to encrypt traffic between the Loopback networks.netmetric-solutions.CareerCert.

com Page 240 of 307 .com.netmetric-solutions.com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.0 Module 8: Super Labs Lab 34 – Super Lab 1 Netmetric Solutions http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.www.CareerCert.info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.

22.66.15) 10.5 (.10) F 0/1 BB2 ASA-1 F 0/0 (.6) 192.0/24 VLAN 61 F 1/0 BB1 IPS Sensor F 1/1 F 0/0(.66.1.23.10) 192.2) 192.22.1.5) (.3) S 0/0 (.com.0/24 VLAN 22 F 0/0 (.0/24 F 0/0(.com Page 241 of 307 .1.1.22.52.0/24 VLAN 11 F 0/0 (.1) C & C (.3) S 0/0(. IEV.0/24 192.6 (.netmetric-solutions.2) S 0/0.22.0/24 VLAN 63 (.1.11. Email: khawarb@khawarb.10) (.25.22.1.5) R5 F 0/1 (.www.0/24 VLAN 12 F 0/1 (. Syslog.0/24 VLAN 51 F0/0 (. AAA and CA (.25) 192.CareerCert.15) 192.info Super Lab – 1 IDM.30.51.26.25) F 0/1 (.166.4) R4 VPN Client Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.3 (.0/24 VLAN 10 R1 10.20) F 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 30 S 0/0 (.2) 192.6) SW1 R6 F 0/0 (.1.1.1) IPS Sensor F 0/1 IPS Sensor 10.11.1.0/24 VLAN 62 ASA-2 F 0/1 (.1.5) 192.0/24 S 0/0.2) S 0/0.0/24 VLAN 52 R3 F 0/0 (.10) 192.20) R2 192.

22.22/8 192.11/8 192.55.22.22.10/24 192.3/24 192.33.1.4/24 44.11.25.10/24 192.23.6 Loopback 0 F 0/0 S 0/0 Loopback 0 F 0/0 Loopback 0 F 0/0 F 0/1 S 0/0 Loopback 0 F 0/0 S 0/0 Loopback 0 F 0/0 F 0/1 F 0/0 F 0/1 C&C Interface VLAN 52 F 0/0 F 0/1 IP Address 10.66.26.10/24 10.1.1.11.23.22.1.51.1.1.2/24 22.5/24 55.166.2/24 192.1.66.55/8 192.1/24 10.1.66.2/24 192. Email: khawarb@khawarb.www.66.26.11.11.5/24 192.15/24 192.1.44/8 192.15/24 192.1.11.66/8 192.33/8 192.20/24 192.30.22.1.22.1.1.51.6/24 66.3 S 0/0.1.2/24 192.22.6/24 192.10/24 10.com.CareerCert.3/24 33.44.25.44.1.1.22.52.11.5/24 192.1/24 11.20/24 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 ASA-1 ASA-2 IPS Switch 1 BB1 BB2 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.33.30.1.55.5 S 0/0.1.52.com Page 242 of 307 .166.info IP Addressing Scheme Device R1 Port F 0/0 F 0/1 Loopback 0 F 0/0 S 0/0.netmetric-solutions.

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Startup Configurations
Pre-load the Initial Configurations for all the devices

Section 1 – ASA/IOS FW Configuration – Basic (8 Points)
1.1 – Basic IP Configuration of ASA-1 and ASA-2 (4 Points)
Task 1 Configure IP Addresses on the Outside and Inside interfaces of ASA-1 and ASA-2 based on the IP Addressing Scheme Table. Configure the Switch to make sure that ASA-1 and ASA-2 can communicate to directly connected devices. Task 2 Configure ASA-1 to allow inside networks in your topology to go out using the a pool of 192.1.22.51-192.1.22.99. If the pool is exhausted, it should still allow the users to go out using 192.1.22.101 as a backup address. Task 3 Make sure that it there is no translation rule on the ASA-1 for a network, it should not be able to go out. Task 4 There is a DHCP Server located at 192.1.66.25. This server has been configured to give out IP Configuration to VLAN 63. Configure ASA-2 such it allows the clients on VLAN 63 to receive IP Configuration from the DHCP. ASA-2 should make sure the DHCP reply points to 192.1.166.10 as the default gateway for these clients. Task 5 Run OSPF as the routing protocol on ASA-1 on the outside interface. Task 6 Run RIP as the routing protocol on ASA-1 on the inside interface. Make sure R1 learns all outside routes from ASA-1. Task 7 Run OSPF as the routing protocol on ASA-2 on the outside interface. Task 8

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Run RIP as the routing protocol on ASA-2 on the inside interface. Make sure R4 learns all outside routes from ASA-2. Also, make sure that R6 learns about the 192.1.166.0/24 network.

1.2 – Translations (4 Points)
Task 1 Configure static translations for R1 as 192.1.22.1 on the outside network on ASA-1. The ACS server should be seen as 192.1.22.100 on the outside. IPS Sensor should be seen as 192.1.22.15. Task 2 There is a Server located at 10.22.22.99. It is a Web Server, SMTP Server and a DNS Server. This server should appear as 3 separate servers for the outside users. Use the following for the translations and allow the appropriate entry in the ACL: Web Server – 192.1.22.41 SMTP Server – 192.1.22.42 DNS Server – 192.1.22.43 Task 3 Configure ASA-1 such that when R2 communicates to R1, R2 should be seen as 10.22.22.2. Allow R2 to ping R1.

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Section 2 – ASA/IOS FW Configuration – Advanced (12 Points)
2.1 – Blocking Instant Messaging using MPF (4 Points)
Task 1 You don’t want any users on the inside of ASA-1 except for 10.22.22.97 and 10.22.22.98 to be able to use either MSN IM or Yahoo IM. Task 2 Do not configure this under the Global policy.

2.2 – Configuring SNMP (4 Points)
Task 1 Configure SNMP on ASA-1 with a Global SNMP-Community of ASACCIE. Task 2 Configure a SNMP Server with an IP Address of 10.22.22.50. It should be configured with a community name of CCIESecure. It will be using SNMP Version 2c to the management station at 10.22.22.50. The management station uses a non-standard port of 25000 to listen for Traps. Configure the ASA to communicate to this SNMP Server using port 25000. Task 3 Enable the following traps to be sent to the SNMP Server: Standard Event Traps (linkup linkdown) IPSec Event Traps (start stop) Remote Access Traps (session-threshold-exceeded)

1.3 – Zone-Based Firewall (4 Points)
Task 1 Configure VLAN 52 as the Local Zone. Configure the Frame Cloud as the Internet Zone. Configure VLAN 51 as the DMZ zone. Task 2 Configure the Zone Policy for traffic originating from Local Zone as follows: Allow DNS, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, TFTP, SMTP and ICMP traffic from Local to Internet. Allow HTTP Access from the Local zone to all servers on the DMZ Zone
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Task 3 Configure the Zone Policy for traffic coming in from the Internet as follows: Allow Web Access to a server 192.1.51.55 located on the DMZ zone Allow SMTP Access to a server 192.1.51.50 located on the DMZ zone Task 4 Configure the Zone Policy for traffic originating from the DMZ Zone as follows: Allow the SMTP server 192.1.51.50 to access a SMTP server 192.1.52.50 located in the Local zone.

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Section 3 – IPS/IDS Configuartion – Basic (6 Points)
3.1 – Initial Configuration (2 Points)
Task 1 Configure the IPS Sensor with the following parameters: Hostname – IPS-WB IP Address – 10.11.11.15/24 Default Gateway – 10.11.11.1 Web Server Port number – 4430 Allowed Hosts – 10.11.11.0/24, 10.22.22.0/24, 192.1.22.0/24

3.2 – IPS Sensor Configuration in Inline mode (4 Points)
Task 1 Configure Inline pair to connect R1 to ASA-1. Use the First Sensing interface for this pair. Task 2 Configure the switch to accommodate this configuration. Task 3 Make sure only the appropriate traffic is send to the IPS Interface. Task 4 Assign this Pair to the original Virtual Sensor. Task 5 Configure Inline pair to connect R6 to ASA-2. Use the Second and Third Sensing interfaces for this pair. Task 6 Configure the switch to accommodate this configuration. Task 7 Configure a new Virtual Sensor (VS1) using a Signature Configuration (Sig1). Assign this Inline pair to this Virtual Sensor.

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Email: khawarb@khawarb. 4.com.netmetric-solutions. Configure an enable secret password of CISCO. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. The signature should also produce an alert. Task 4 Configure a Rate Limit policy for a maximum of 10 percent for ICMP traffic. Task 3 R3 should be used for Blocking and Rate-limiting. Configure the ACL’s on the F 0/0 interface in the inbound direction.info Section 4 – IPS/IDS Configuration – Advanced (10 Points) 4.2 – Custom HTTP Signature (4 Points) Task 1 Create a custom TCP String signature that will fire if a word “resume” is detected in a packet destined for HTTP. This should only affect Virtual Sensor 0. Make sure the signature is case-sensitive. Configure the IPS Sensor with the appropriate login details. Configure the IPS Sensor to ratelimit this traffic on the F 0/0 interface of R3.1 – Blocking using a Router (4 Points) Task 1 A device from VLAN 30 is trying to do an ICMP Smurf attack against your internal networks behind R2 and R6. Make sure the never block address is the appropriate address. Also. Task 2 R3 is pre-configured with a Telnet password of C1SC0.www. Set the severity level of the signature to High. make sure you can Telnet into R3.com Page 250 of 307 .CareerCert. Task 2 Only fire the signature if 2 such packets are received in the last 60 seconds Task 3 Generate an alarm and drop the packet. Task 4 This should only be done for Virtual Sensor 1. It should be done based on a limit of 10%.

4.16. Task 3 Configure an IPSec to encrypt the traffic on the GRE Tunnel.3.34. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Secure the GRE tunnel by using a Key of 3434. Configure the following ISAKMP and IPSec Policies: ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Group : 2 o Encryption : 3DES IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC Task 4 Do not create a Crypto Map for this Lab.CareerCert.16.com Page 251 of 307 . Use EIGRP 34 to exchange the Loopback 34 between the 2 routers.16. 5.16.3/24 R4 – Loopback 34 – 172. Make sure the IPSec mode is for end-to-end tunnels. Use 172.2 – GET VPN (4 Points) Task 1 Configure the following Loopback interfaces: R3 – Interface Loopback 15 – 172.4/24 Task 2 Configure a GRE Tunnel between R3 and R4. Run EIGRP in AS 34 on the Tunnel.info Section 5 – VPN Configuration – Basic (8 Points) 5.6/24 Task 2 Configure R2 as the Key Server for your GET VPN to encrypt data between R3 and R6. Use the following parameters for the KS.3.3/24 R6 – Interface Loopback 15 – 172.netmetric-solutions.6. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.www.com.16.0/24 as the tunnel network.1 – LAN-To-LAN IPSec/GRE Tunnel (4 Points) Task 1 Configure the following Loopbacks on R3 and R4: R3 – Loopback 34 – 172.

www. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Use the Parameters listed for the Key server to configure the Devices. o Local Address : Loopback 0 Task 3 Configure R3 and R6 to use R2 as the Key Server.0 major network. Task 4 You are allowed to create Static routes for this lab.netmetric-solutions. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Encryption : 3DES o Pre-Shared Key : cciesec o Group : 2 IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC o SA Lifetime : 3600 Key Server Parameters o Identity Number : 100 o Interesting Traffic : Any traffic on the 172.CareerCert.com Page 252 of 307 .com.16.0.

Task 7 Create a dynamic map to use the previously created IPSec transform set. Configure the following ISAKMP and IPSec Policies: ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Group : 2 o Encryption : 3DES IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC Task 2 Configure a Pool called EZP.netmetric-solutions.168. Authentication and Authorization for this group should be done using the Local Database.CareerCert.com. This pool will be assigned to Remote Access clients.0/24 is allowed to go out un-translated. Task 3 Configure an internal group called EZ. Use 192. Use a pre-shared key of cciesec. Task 4 Configure a couple a local users with the following attributes: Username : EZR5 – Password : cciewb Task 5 Configure a Remote Access Tunnel Group called EZC.info Section 6 – VPN Configuration – Advanced (8 Points) 6. Task 6 Configure the ASA-1 such that all traffic going towards the 192.168.com Page 253 of 307 .11. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Configure the VPN idle timeout to 10 minutes. Task 8 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1 – EZVPN with ASA-1 as Server (4 Points) Task 1 Configure ASA-1 as a Remote Access/EZVPN Server for Software and Hardware Clients. Assign IP addresses to this group from the EZP Local pool.1 thru 192.168.11.11.254 as the pool addresses.www.

Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.5/24 Task 2 A DMVPN Tunnel has been configured between R2 and R5.CISCO IPSec Tunnel : o Encryption – ESP-3DES o Authentication – ESP-MD5-HMAC NHRP Parameters: o NHRP ID – 25 o NHRP Authentication Key – DMVPN o NHRP Hub (NHS) – R2 GRE Tunnel Parameters: o Tunnel IP Address – 172.16.www.info Test the configuration by establishing a VPN from the VPN Client.netmetric-solutions.com Page 254 of 307 . It was supposed to encrypt traffic from the Loopback 172’s to each other.2.16.CareerCert.com.5.0/24 o Tunnel Key – 25 EIGRP Tunnel Parameters: o EIGRP AS Number – 25 Task 3 The Tunnel is not coming up.2 – Troubleshooting DMVPN (4 Points) Task 1 The following Loopbacks have been configured on R2 and R5. It was supposed to use the following parameters: Use the following Parameters for the Tunnel: ISAKMP Tunnel : o Authentication – Pre-share o Hash MD5 o Pre-shared Key . Email: khawarb@khawarb.25. 6.16. Troubleshoot to bring the tunnel up.2/24 R5 – Loopback 172 – 172. R2 – Loopback 172 – 172.

Task 4 Create the following users on the ACS Server: Username – R3-User1 Password: cisco Privilege: 15 Username – R3-User2 Password: cisco Privilege: 15 Task 5 When the users login.com Page 255 of 307 . He should have only be able to execute the following commands: Configure Terminal Hostname Router OSPF o Network Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 2 Management of R3 should be allowed from the 192. Use the most specific entries in the ACL. Email: khawarb@khawarb. If the ACS Server is not available. Make sure there is no authentication done on the Console and Aux ports.info Section Points) 7 – Access/Identify Management (16 7. Do not use the Default list to accomplish this task. Task 3 Telnet Authentication should be done based on the ACS Server. Create a local username admin with a password of admin.1 – Configuring R3 for Authentication.netmetric-solutions.30.com.1. Task 6 Only allow R3-User1 to access R3. they should be assigned the privilege level from the ACS Server. Authorization and Accounting (4 Points) Task 1 Configure R3 to communicate with the ACS server using TACACS+ as the authentication protocol and key. authentication should be done based on the local database. He should have access to all commands on R3.www. Task 7 Only allow R3-User2 to access R3.CareerCert. Allow the appropriate entries in the ASA-1 to allow R3 to communicate with the ACS Server.0/24 and R1 networks only using Telnet.

166.3 – Configuring L2IP NAC Framework (4 Points) Task 1 Configure SW1 to communicate with the ACS Server. authorize and account for EAPoUDP against the RADIUS server configured in the previous task.CareerCert. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Also. Task 2 Configure Authentication proxy on ASA-2 such that before allowing access to a server 192. The Switch should authenticate.info o Redistribute Interface Fastethernet 0/0 o Ip address o Shutdown Sh version Sh privilege Task 7 Log all login and logouts for Telnet. TFTP and Web.66. Configure the SW1/ACS connection using the appropriate RADIUS Protocol and a key of radccie.254 as the Virtual Telnet IP.23 for Telnet. it should authenticate the user against the ACS server. Task 4 Configure ACS with the following user accounts in the default group: Username – User-1 Password – user1 Username – User-2 Password – user2 Task 5 User-1 should be allowed to access the server for Telnet and TFTP. User2 should be allowed to access the server for Telnet and Web.www.1. They should use tacccie as the shared secret key.com. 8. Configure the ACS to allow ASA-2 to act as AAA Client.1. log all commands typed in by the users while connected via Telnet. Task 3 Use 192. Task 2 Configure NAC L2IP on the switch.netmetric-solutions. 7.2 – Authentication Proxy on the ASA-2 (4 Points) Task 1 Configure the ASA-2 to communicate to the ACS server using TACACS+ as the authentication protocol. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 256 of 307 .

www. Task 8 Configure a NAC L2 IP profile using the default template on the ACS Server. Windows Result Healthy Checkup Transition Quarantine Infected Unknown Message Your Device is Healthy Your Decice needs Checkup Your Device is in Transition Your Device has been Quarantined Your Device is infected Your Device is in an Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 257 of 307 . Also.info Task 3 Configure the Switch to send Framed-IP-Address RADIUS attribute in access-request or accounting-request packets. Task 4 Enable IP Device Tracking on the Switch. Task 7 The Switch should wait for 2 minutes after a failed credential validation attempt before a new association can be retried.netmetric-solutions.99 Task 6 Implement a EAPoUDP policy on ports F 0/15-17.com. Cisco Host CTA. Also.11.CareerCert. Change the defaults based on the following parameters: Required Condition Types Posture Validation Policies Assessment Result Configuration Cisco PA. Only allow the traffic from the Default ACL created in the previous task. Task 5 Configure a ACL that will be used as a default interface ACL for the EAPoUDP ports using the following requirements: All Traffic destined for UDP / 21862 Requests from DHCP Clients towards the DHCP servers All Traffic destined for DNS requests HTTP access to a Patch Server located at 10. configure DHCP Snooping for VLAN 10.11. configure the switch to recognize and use vendor-specific attributes. The DHCP Server is connected on Port F 0/11 on the switch. Email: khawarb@khawarb.

This user should have a password of ccie.1. You need to configure the RADIUS server to support this type of configuration for a user ccie.com Page 258 of 307 .www.1.1. 7.200. It is configured for allowing incoming connection using PPP. Based on the PPP client connections. Task 10 Enable the default Authorization rules.info Unknown state Task 9 The NAC L2 IP profile should be the top Profile in the list of Posture Validation profiles.1.200.200. Task 4 Besides the 192.200.4 – Configuring the ACS for L2TP Remote Users (4 Points) Task 1 You have a L2TP Access Concentrator (LAC) located on your network.55 and 192. Task 2 The LAC should get the information about the LNS from the RADIUS server.200. It should have the following parameters for outbound connections: vpdn:tunnel-id=LACT vpdn:tunnel-type=l2tp vpdn:ip-addresses=192.55 LNS.1.56 LNS Use 192.com. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. the LAC should connect to the L2TP Network Server(LNS).1.com.200. Configure RADIUS for the following: Load Balance between the 192.55 vpdn:l2tp-tunnel-password=CISCO Task 3 Configure the service-type for this connection to be outbound.57) on the network. Email: khawarb@khawarb.200.56 and 192.57 as a backup.netmetric-solutions. in case the first 2 are down.CareerCert.1.cisco. there are another 2 LNS server (192.

It should verify valid IP-MAC mappings against the DHCP Snooping Database. Task 2 The SNMP Server is located at 192.11. 8.3 – Port Security with SNMP Traps (2 Points) Task 1 Configure Switch1 such that only R1 F0/0 and R2 F0/0 can connect to Ports F 0/1 and F 0/2 respectively. Using Control Plane Policing. Task 4 Configure Switch2 such that it intercepts all packets received on untrusted ports. If it does not match. Task 2 The DHCP server resides on the F 0/17 on Switch2.www. 8. Task 2 This policy should not apply to traffic originating from hosts 10.netmetric-solutions.CareerCert. Assign this port to VLAN 112.30. Configure SW1 to send traps for Port Security Violations.1 – DHCP Snooping (4 Points) Task 1 Configure DHCP Snooping on Switch2. It should be enabled on VLAN 112. It should maintain a MAC-IP database based on the Addresses assigned to DHCP Clients from DHCP Servers. Email: khawarb@khawarb.75.2 – Configuring CP Policing (4 Points) Task 1 R3 has been configured to allow telnet access for management purposes. It should be enabled for VLAN 112.25 and 10.com Page 259 of 307 . control the rate of Telnet traffic to 64000 bps.66.11.11.11. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 3 Make sure the switch only allows DHCP replies from port F 0/17 on Switch2. it should drop the packets.info Section 8 – Network and Switch Security (16 Points) 8. If another port tries to connect to these ports they should generate a trap towards a SNMP Server. Use “Publ1c” as the community name.1.com.

R3 should have been configured to automatically adjusts the clock based on the time zone Task 3 R2 should have been configured to receive its clock from R3.com. It should authenticate the clients using a key id of 135. The Key string should be ccie12353. Make sure the proper times are propagated to the routers. Task 2 R3 should have been configured to receive its clock from R1. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. R1 is in Los Angeles. R2 is located in New York.info 8. Task 4 Set the clock on R1 to the current time.4 – Configuring NTP (4 Points) Task 1 R1 should have been configured as a NTP Master with a stratum of 2.com Page 260 of 307 . Configure the appropriate Time Zone setting.netmetric-solutions. R3 is in Chicago. Email: khawarb@khawarb.www.CareerCert.

CareerCert. Task 2 R2 is also receiving a bunch of fragmented packet destined for a web server located at 192. the packets should be dropped.30. You suspect being used as a Smurf and Fraggle reflector.22.1 – Fraggle and Smurf Attack (4 Points) Task 1 R2 is experiencing a Fraggle and Smurf attack from the Frame Network. 9. You suspect to be a Smurf and Fraggle victim. Block these packets.3 – Blocking TCP SYN Flood Attack (4 Points) Task 1 R6 is receiving a TCP SYN Flood attack from 192.com Page 261 of 307 .2 – PBR (4 Points) Task 1 R5 is seeing a lot of ICMP packets coming in towards VLAN 51 and VLAN 52 with a size of 250. Protect R2 from being a Smurf and Fraggle reflector from the Frame Cloud.1.30.netmetric-solutions. Task 4 Do not use an Access-list for this Lab.1. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. You suspect these packets to be attack packets. Protect R6 from being a Smurf and Fraggle victim from VLAN 51.www. The traffic should be TCP Traffic and coming from 192. Task 3 R6 is also under a Fraggle and Smurf attack from VLAN 51.22. 9.30. Task 3 If the above criteria matches. You deem these packets to be attack packets.1. Task 2 The matching criteria should be as follows: The SYN Flag in the TCP Control Bits Field should be on. Block any packets that are destined to this server that are fragmented.com.info Section 9 – Network Attacks (16 Points) 9.22. Email: khawarb@khawarb.

Mitigate this attack by Hard coding the MAC address of the Server (0001. you notice that your MAC Address table is full (CAM Table Overflow Attack).netmetric-solutions. you notice that there is no entry for the Port F 0/4 in the MAC Address table but the MAC address of the server appears under port F 0/7. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Task 2 Users are complaining about temporarily losing connectivity to a server located on Port F 0/4 on Switch 2. Mitigate this attack by only allowing one MAC address on this port. Upon further investigation. Upon looking at the MAC Address table. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.4 – Mitigating MAC Spoofing Attack (4 Points) Task 1 Switch2 is forwarding packets Destined to a specific device to all ports on the switch. If a violation occurs. If you check MAC address table after sometime.com.com Page 262 of 307 . there is an entry for Port F 0/4 for the servers MAC address.info 9.1234) to F 0/4 on Switch 2.www. It has a bunch of MAC addresses connected to port F 0/3 on Switch 2. This port is connected to an end device. This MAC address should be learned Dynamically and copied into your configuration file.CareerCert.AB11. the port should be shutdown preventing this attack. This goes happening intermittently throughout the day (MAC Spoofing Attack).

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42.com.0/24 VLAN 41 F 0/0.1.6) F 0/0 (.www.4) S 0/0.1.1 (.5) F 0/0 (.22.netmetric-solutions.12) F0/1.12) F0/1.5) R5 (.12) ASA1-C2 F0/0.11.16) SW2 SW2 192.56.2 (. AAA and CA (.25) 10.0/24 VLAN 10 F 0/1 (.15. Email: khawarb@khawarb.1 (.2 (.0/24 VLAN 11 C & C (.1.2 (.11) ASA2-C2 192.41.56 (.1 (.15) (.11.55.0/24 VLAN 15 R3 F 0/0 (.3 (.1.66.0/24 VLAN 55 10.1.11) ASA2-C1 F0/0.22.1 (.1) R1 F 0/0 (.41 (.22.0/24 VLAN 42 R4 S 0/0.134.16) SW1 192. Syslog.22.42 (.6) (.3) S 0/0 (.12) F0/0.4) F 0/0.20) R6 BB1 192.2) 10.info Super Lab – 2 IDM.4) 192.15) R2 F 0/0 (.15.CareerCert.4) 192.20) VPN Client BB2 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1.30.0/24 VLAN 30 (.11) ASA1-C1 F0/0.2 (.3) 192.1.com Page 264 of 307 .0/24 VLAN 66 F 0/0 (. IEV.0/24 S 0/0 (.0/24 S 0/0 (.11) F0/1.25) (.0/24 VLAN 12 IPS Sensor F0/1.1) 10.

3/24 192.30.1.12/24 192.1.5/24 55.66/8 192.1.1.11/24 10.22.11/8 10.11/24 10.1.6/24 192.41 F 0/0.4/24 192.16/24 16.42.22.15.134.15/8 10.1 F 0/1.CareerCert.22.55.22.22.12/24 10.1.1.41.com.com Page 265 of 307 .15.22.56.1/24 10.134.15.41.1 F 0/0.11.15.1.55.6/24 66.56.1. Email: khawarb@khawarb.4/24 192.11.5/24 192.2 F 0/1.www.44/8 192.1/24 11.56 Loopback F 0/0 S 0/0 Loopback F 0 /0 S 0/0 Loopback F 0/0.2 F 0/0.11.4/24 192.56.44.3/24 33.42.66.16/24 0 0 R2 R3 0 R4 0 R5 0 R6 0 ASA1-C1(Active) ASA1-C2 (Standby) ASA2-C1(Standby) ASA2-C2 (Active) IPS SW1 SW2 0 0 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1 F 0/1.66.15.11.42.netmetric-solutions.55.1.16.1.16.4/24 44.55/8 192.2 F 0/1.22.33.22.22.11/24 10.44.1.info IP Addressing Scheme Device R1 Port F 0/0 F 0/1 Loopback F 0/0 Loopback F 0/0 S 0/0 Loopback F 0/0.22.16/24 192.33.22/8 192.3 S 0/0.22.12/24 10.22.15/24 15.15/24 10.33/8 192.1.22.11.1.55.2/24 22.41.15.66.22.2 C&C VLAN 15 Loopback VLAN 15 VLAN 55 Loopback IP Address 10.1.42 S 0/0.1 F 0/0.12/24 192.11.11/24 192.

www.com.netmetric-solutions.info RIP V2 Network Diagram R3 BB1 SW 2 SW 1 R4 OSPF Network Diagram R5 Area 0 SW 2 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.CareerCert.com Page 266 of 307 .

Email: khawarb@khawarb.com.CareerCert.com Page 267 of 307 .www.netmetric-solutions.info EIGRP Network Diagram R4 R6 BB2 R5 AS 2456 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.

1 – Configure ASA-1 for Multiple Context (4 Points) Task 1 Configure ASA-1 and ASA-2 in multi context mode. Task 2 Configure F 0/0 and F 0/1 with 2 sub-interfaces each. Task 2 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com. C1 and C2.1 F 0/0.info Startup Configurations Pre-load the Initial Configurations for all the devices Section 1 – ASA/IOS FW Configuration – Basic (12 Points) 1. 1. Assign it an Active IP address of 10. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com Page 268 of 307 .1 0/1.cfg C2.100.CareerCert. Name this interface FC.2 0/1.2 VLAN 41 42 11 12 Task 3 Create three contexts on ASA-1.2 F 0/1. Name them Admin.1 F 0/1. Configure the context with the following: Context Admin C1 C2 Config File Admin. Configure the Sub-interfaces based on the following: Interface F 0/0.2 C1_OUT C1_INS C2_OUT C2_INS Task 4 Configure the Switch to accommodate this configuration.100.cfg Interfaces Interface Names F F F F 0/0.www.100.2 – Configuring Active/Active Failover (4 Points) Task 1 Configure F 0/2 for LAN Based Failover.1/24 and a standby address of 10.100.netmetric-solutions.2.1 0/0.Cfg C1.

www.1.101.11/24 100 10.com.1 and a standby address of 10. Task 5 Configure 2 Failover Groups.22.12/24 10. Configure ASA-2 as the secondary unit for the system execution space.12/24 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.42.1.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions. Task 7 Configure the Switch to accommodate this configuration.42.11/24 Standby IP 192.101.11/24 100 10.22.com Page 269 of 307 . Task 6 Assign C1 to the Failover Group 1 and C2 to the Failover Group 2.1.22.11/24 Standby IP 192.1.22.22.101. Enable Failover on both ASA’s.3 – Configuring Interfaces in the Appropriate Contexts (4 Points) Task 1 Configure Interfaces in Context C1 as follows: Interface C1_OUT C1_INS Name Outside Inside Security Active IP Level 0 192.41.12/24 10.info Protect your Failover messages using a key ccie12353. Task 4 Configure F 0/3 as the Statefull Failover link.41. Task 3 Designate ASA-1 as the Primary unit for the system execution space. Failover Group 2 should be the Secondary and it should also preempt.2/24. Email: khawarb@khawarb.101.22.22. Failover Group 1 should be Primary and should preempt. 1. Assign a name of SFF with an Active IP Address of 10.22.12/24 Task 2 Configure Interfaces in Context C2 as follows: Interface C2_OUT C2_INS Name Outside Inside Security Active IP Level 0 192.

www.24 and 10.com Page 270 of 307 .200.112.11.111.11.24 and 192. Translate these servers to 192. Task 2 The applications located on these servers are the following: Telnet HTTP HTTPS DNS TFTP Task 3 Allow access to these servers from the loopbacks of R3.41. Backup the NAT pool with PAT using an IP Address of 192.101 – 192.199. Task 5 Configure C2 to allow the inside network access to the outside networks using Dynamic Translation.1.112.41. Task 6 Create a Static Translation for the ACS/CA server using 192.1/24 and Loopback 112: 10. Loopback 111: 10.42.101 – 192.1.info Section 2 – ASA/IOS FW Configuration – Advanced (8 Points) 2. Use the minimum number of lines possible to accomplish this in the ACL.11. Also translated R1 F 0/0 as 192.41.26 respectively.1.1.100 as the Translated address on the Outside interface on the appropriate ASA.42.200. Use a pool of 192. Email: khawarb@khawarb.111.CareerCert.11.42.1.com. The IP addresses will be 10.1. Backup the NAT pool with PAT using an IP Address of 192.1 – Configuring the ASA’s (4 Points) Task 1 There are going to be 2 Application servers installed on the 10.1.41.1. Use a pool of 192. Task 4 Configure ASA-C1 to allow the inside network access to the outside networks using Dynamic Translation.26.netmetric-solutions.1/24 Task 8 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.41. R5 and R6. Task 7 Configure 2 Loopback interfaces on R2.41.1.41.1.11.1 on the outside interface.199. R4.11.0/24 segment.

1.112. Configure Serial interface in the Internet Zone Task 2 Allow DNS. Task 4 There is a SMTP server located at 192.com. Task 9 Configure ASA-C2 such that when 10.11.42.www.55. it should be translated to 192. SMTP and ICMP traffic from Local to Internet Task 3 There is a web server located at 192.1.0/24 network.55.0/24 and 10. 10.0.0.112. Allow Access to it.1 communicates to 55. Task 11 Configure static routes on C2 with a default gateway pointing towards R4.30. HTTPS.1 communicates to 55.111.2 – Zone Based Firewall (4 Points) Task 1 Configure VLAN 30 in the Local Zone.11. it should be translated to 192.111. Task 10 Configure static routes on ASA-C1 with a default gateway pointing towards R4. Allow Access to it.55.0.0/24 and 11.1.30.info Configure ASA-C2 such that when 10.56. HTTP.com Page 271 of 307 . FTP.0/8.112.111.55.0.112.0/8 networks.111.netmetric-solutions. TFTP.55.111. Also create static routes towards 10.42. Task 5 Configure the SMTP Policy (Internet-->Local) as follows: Set the tcp idle-time to 4 minutes Turn on the audit trail Task 6 Configure the HTTP Policy (Local-Internet) as follows: Reset URI's greater thean 350 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.55. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Also create static routes towards 22.1.CareerCert.112.55. 2.

2 – Basic IPS Sensor Configuration in Promiscuous mode (4 Points) Task 1 Configure the IPS Sensor’s Command and Control Interface through the CLI with an IP Address of 10. Task 3 Configure R4 to detect attacks coming into R4 from the Frame Cloud based on the newly created Signature file.sdf signature file.sdf. Task 5 The IPS rule set created should not fire alarms for any packets coming from R6. Email: khawarb@khawarb.11. Task 4 Enable SDEE notifications.com.com Page 272 of 307 . 3. Allow 300 events to be stored in the buffer. Task 6 R4 should not fire alarms 2000.11.11. Task 2 The new signature file should be called MYSIG. 2004 and 2154.netmetric-solutions. Task 3 Configure SPAN/RSPAN to monitor traffic for VLAN’s 41 and 42. Task 2 Allow access to the Sensor from the IDM PC (10. Task 7 Disable the Ping of Death signature on R4.11.www.25) only.CareerCert.1 – IOS IPS Configuration (4 Points) Task 1 Configure R4 to merge the Built-in signatures with the Attack-drop.15/24.info Section 3 – IPS/IDS Configuartion – Basic (8 Points) 3. Task 4 The Sensing interface(s) should be assigned in such a way that VLAN 41 should be checked against the default sensor and VLAN 42 should be Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.

info checked against a new Virtual Sensor (VS1) using a new Signature definition (Sig1).www.netmetric-solutions.CareerCert. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 273 of 307 .

Task 2 Nimda should trigger when the following built-in signatures fire: 5081 5124 5114 3215 3216 Task 3 Only generate the alarm for the Custom signature and not for the component signatures.netmetric-solutions. Task 4 The component signatures should have fired within the last 2 minutes for the Custom signature to fire. 4. Task 2 Only fire the signature if 2 such packets are received in the last 60 seconds Task 3 Generate an alarm.2 – Signature Tuning (4 Points) Task 1 Enable Signature 2154. Set the Alarm Severity to Medium and Signature Fidelity Rating of 50.info Section 4 – IPS/IDS Configuartion – Advanced (8 Points) 4. Task 5 This should only be done for VLAN 41 traffic. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1 – Custom Nimda Signature (4 Points) Task 1 Create a custom signature that fires when a Nimda attack is occurring. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com Page 274 of 307 . Task 4 This should only be done for VLAN 42 traffic.CareerCert.www.com.

16. Also set the timezone and clock to the current timezone and time.com L=ND C=IN Task 2 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Make sure you use the Crypto ISAKMP key command on R2.0/24.com.com Page 275 of 307 .16.1 – IPSec Tunnel between R2 and R4 (4 Points) Task 1 Configure the following Loopbacks on R2 and R4: R2 – Loopback 172 – 172.4/24 Task 2 Configure an IPSec to encrypt the traffic between 172.16.16. Configure the following Policies: ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Group : 2 o Encryption : 3DES IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC Task 3 Do not use the “Crypto ISAKMP key” command on R4 to accomplish this task.netmetric-solutions. Task 4 You are allowed to create static routes to accomplish this task. Configure R4 to be the CA Server to automatically grant certificates using the following parameters: RSA Key Size: 512 Bits Key Label: IOS-CA Any Passphrase: CCIESEC3 Encryption: 3DES Key Location: NVRAM Issuer Name: CN=IOS-CA.2/24 R4 – Loopback 172 – 172.2.4.NM.2 – IPSec LAN-To-LAN Tunnel using IOS CA Server (4 Points) Task 1 Assign R4 a domain name of NM.com.2.4.www. 5.CareerCert.info Section 5 – VPN Configuration – Basic (8 Points) 5.0/24 and 172. Email: khawarb@khawarb.

info Assign R3 and R5 a domain name of NM.www.0 and 10.55.55/24 Task 5 Configure an IPSec Tunnel to encrypt traffic between 10. Use the following parameters for the tunnel: Authentication type = RSA-SIG Hash = MD5 Diffie-Hellman = 2 Encryption = 3DES IPSec Encryption = ESP-3DES IPSec Authentication = ESP-MD5-HMAC Task 6 You are allowed to create static routes for this configuration. Task 3 Generate 512 Bit RSA keys on R3 and R5. Task 4 Configure the following Loopback addresses on R3 and R5: R3 – Loopback 33 – 10.55.33.55.55. Configure R3 to request a certificate from R4. Use CCIESEC3 as the recovery password.com.com. Email: khawarb@khawarb.netmetric-solutions.33/24 R5 – Loopback 55 – 10. Also set the timezone and clock to the current timezone and time. the IOS-based CA Server.33.CareerCert.0 networks.33.33. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Keep redundancy in mind when pointing to the CA Server.com Page 276 of 307 .

6.www. o Local Address : Loopback 0 Task 3 The Tunnel is not coming up.1 – Configuring and Troubleshooting GET VPN (4 Points) Task 1 A GET VPN Tunnel has been configured between R3. Also configure a Domain name of NM.CareerCert.0.com Page 277 of 307 .16.2 – EZVPN with R1 as the EZVPN Server (4 Points) Task 1 Configure R1 as the EZVPN Server. Task 2 The following parameters should have been configured for the GET VPN tunnel: ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Encryption : 3DES o Pre-Shared Key : cciesec o Group : 2 IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC o SA Lifetime : 3600 Key Server Parameters o Identity Number : 100 o Interesting Traffic : Any traffic on the 172.0 major network. Bring it up.info Section 6 – VPN Configuration – Basic (8 Points) 6.com. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com. R5 and R6.netmetric-solutions. Enable AAA on the router and configure network authorization based on the Local Database. R4 has been configured as the Key Server. Task 2 Configure the following ISAKMP and IPSec Policies: ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Group : 2 o Encryption : 3DES IPSec Parameters Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.

com Pool = EZP Split Tunneling = Only Encrypt the traffic for this that needs to go to 10.168.55.11. Use 192.201 thru 192.CareerCert. Apply the Crypto map to the appropriate interface.info o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC Task 3 Configure a Pool called EZP. Configure the Dynamic map such that the pool address will be advertised to PIX using the configured routing protocol. Task 7 Configure crypto map authorization to be done based on the Local Client Group.49 WINS address = 192.0/24 network.41.11. This pool will be assigned to EZVPN clients.1. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 8 Test this from the Cisco VPN Client.168.com Page 278 of 307 . Task 5 Configure a Local Database of Users for Extended Authentication based on the following: Username : User1 Password: cisco Username : User2 Password: cisco Task 6 Configure a Dynamic Crypto Map.50 Domain Name = NM. Task 4 Configure an ISAKMP Client Group called EZC with the following parameters: Key = cciesec Dns address = 192.com.netmetric-solutions.55.41.225 as the pool addresses.www.1. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Configure Extended Authentication to be done based on the Local Username database. Configure a Crypto map that uses the Dynamic Crypto Map to respond to client requests.

netmetric-solutions. Task 5 Create the following users and make them members of the R-Admin group: Username – R-user1 Password: ruser1 Username – R-user2 Password: ruser2 Task 6 Configure a group called SW-Admins on the ACS server. Email: khawarb@khawarb.1. Task 2 Switch1 should use RADIUS as the Authentication Protocol with a key of radccie.55.1 – Configuring the ACS server for Authentication and Exec Authorization (4 Points) Task 1 Configure the ACS to allow Switch1 and R6 as ACS clients.com Page 279 of 307 .15. Task 7 Create the following users and make them members of the SW-Admin group: Username – SW-user1 Password: swuser1 Username – SW-user2 Password: swuser2 Task 8 Configure Switch 1 to communicate with the ACS server using the appropriate protocol and key. Task 3 Configure R6 with TACACS+ as the Authentication Protocol and a key of tacccie.info Section 7 – Access/Identity Management (16 Points) 7. Task 9 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com. Switch 1 should be seen on the outside as 192.CareerCert.www. Task 4 Configure a group called R-Admins on the ACS server. Allow the appropriate entries in the appropriate devices for this traffic.

Allow the appropriate entries in ASA-1 to allow R2 to communicate with the ACS Server.2 – Usage Quotas (4 Points) Task 1 R3-User1 should be Limited to 20 hours of online time per week. Email: khawarb@khawarb.CareerCert. Task 2 R3-User2 should be Limited to 200 hours of online time total. Make sure that the Console and AUX port do not require authentication. He should not be able to have more than 4 session per week. He should not be able to split it into more than 5 sessions. 7. Authentication should be done based on the ACS server. Allow the appropriate entries in the appropriate devices for this traffic. This should be done by the ACS Server.netmetric-solutions.com Page 280 of 307 .com. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.3 – Network Access Profiles (4 Points) Task 1 Configure R2 to communicate with the ACS Server. Task 3 Create the following users on the ACS Server: Username – R2-User1 Password: cisco Username – R2-User2 Password: cisco Task 4 Configure a Network access Profile (NAP).www. Task 2 Configure R2 to Authenticate for login using the RADIUS server. 7. It should use PAP and CHAP as the protocols. The Network Access profile should only allow requests from R2 for user R2-User1. The Authenticated users should be assigned a Privilege Level of 15. Task 5 The profile should authenticate using the local ACS database. Configure the R2/ACS connection using the appropriate RADIUS Protocol and a key of radccie.info Configure R6 to communicate with the ACS server using the appropriate protocol and key. Task 10 Management of the Switch 1 and R6 should be limited to SSH sessions.

www. Assign it a name of “VLAN802”. UDP and ICMP traffic. 65 and 81. 7. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 4 Configure a Group on the ACS Server called NAC. 64. the ACS should download an ACL to allow this user access for all TCP. it should be put in VLAN 333. Task 5 Configure a user NAC with a password of 8021x.CareerCert.info Task 6 If the user is successfully authenticated. Create this VLAN on the switch.1x authentication. Task 2 If the user authenticates successfully. Email: khawarb@khawarb. If the user does not successfully authenticate or the user does support 802.com Page 281 of 307 .1X NAC (4 Points) Task 1 Configure 802. Task 3 Enable the IETF RADIUS attributes.4 – 802. Make it a member of the NAC group.1x authentication for Ports F 0/10 – 11 on Switch 1. Configure the group to notify the Switch that it should put the device in VLAN 802 upon successful authentication.netmetric-solutions.com. the device should be put in VLAN 802.

0/24 199.com Page 282 of 307 .0/24 199. 8.2 – Configuring CP Protection (4 Points) Task 1 Configure R5 with a port-filter to drop all traffic destined to a closed or non-listened port except for a custom port 11223 Task 2 Configure a queue-threshold on R3 such that it set’s the queue depth for HTTP and Telnet traffic to 75 and all other protocols to 200.33.3 – Layer 2 Filtering (4 Points) Task 1 Configure the following policy for VLAN 22 on SW1.74.33.info Section 8 – Network and Switch Security (16 Points) 8.202.CareerCert. Also.netmetric-solutions.1 – Advanced ACL Wildcard Mask (4 Points) Task 1 You are receiving a set of routes from BB1. Task 2 Do not apply any access-list on any of the interfaces. There is a MAC Address 0001.0/24 199. prevent Ether types 0x4321 and 0x5432 coming into this VLAN.4 – Blocking URL using NBAR (4 Points) Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. 8.33.www.0/24 Task 2 Use the minimum number of lines in the ACL to block the specified traffic from coming in.218. The ACL should only block traffic from these networks.com.33. You would like to block Telnet traffic coming in from these networks into R3: 199. 8. Block this MAC address from accessing any device on VLAN 22.2222 trying to attack VLAN 22.0012.90. Email: khawarb@khawarb.

com. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com cmd. Email: khawarb@khawarb.www.com espn.com Page 283 of 307 .exe Task 2 Configure only one class map to block this type of traffic on R6.info Task 1 You would like to block traffic going out with any of the following in the url field from R6: xxx.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions.

1 – Re-routing Attack (4 Points) Task 1 Your Network is under a re-routing attack. Task 2 Configure the Switch that this should be the only DHCP server to assign IP addresses in this VLAN.netmetric-solutions. VLAN 35 contains ports F 0/17 and 0/18 on Switch 2 in it.info Section 9 – Network Attacks (16 Points) 9. Task 4 Do not use an Access-list for this Task. There is a DHCP Server located on port 0/18.CareerCert. 9. More Fragments bit in the flag field should be set to 1. Prevent this on Routing Devices.2 – ARP Spoofing Attack (4 Points) Task 1 VLAN 35 is under a ARP Spoofing attack. Task 3 Prevent the ARP Spoofing attack by having the Switch validate IP – MAC Ip address mappings in this VLAN. Task 2 The matching criteria should be as follows: Fragment Offset should not be equal to 0.3 – Mitigating the UDP Fragmented Attack (4 Points) Task 1 R3 is receiving a lots of Fragmented UDP packets from the Frame Cloud.www. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Task 3 If the above criteria matches.com Page 284 of 307 . 9. 9. Task 2 Use a Key ID 1 and a key-string of CCIE12353. the packets should be dropped.com. This packets are deemed to be attack packets.4 – CAR and Priority Queuing (4 Points) Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.

R5 and R6. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com. This traffic should be allowed to go out before any other traffic. You suspect these packets to be attacks. Use a legacy mechanism to accomplish this task. Email: khawarb@khawarb.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions. Do not use Policy-map to accomplish this task.www. Limit this traffic to 128000 bps on either interface. Use Normal Burst of 16 KB and Excess burst of 24KB. Task 2 You would also like to prioritize RIP traffic towards R4.com Page 285 of 307 .info Task 1 R3 is seeing a lot of packets coming in towards UDP port 1434 from ASA1.

0 Module 8: Super Labs Lab 36 – Super Lab 3 Netmetric Solutions http://www.com Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions. Email: khawarb@khawarb.com.com Page 286 of 307 .www.info CCIE Security Lab Workbook Version 3.

10) 192.5) S 0/0.51.2(.25) F 0/1 (.1) IPS Sensor F 0/1 IPS Sensor 10.6) S 0/0.26.1.22.22.66.0/24 VLAN 52 R3 F 0/0 (.CareerCert.15) 192.25) 192.3) S 0/0.25.0/24 VLAN 61 F 1/0 BB1 IPS Sensor F 1/0 F 0/0(.2) S 0/0.2) S 0/0.1.5 (.6) 192.1.1.3 (.10) (.22.0/24 VLAN 51 F0/0 (.1.0/24 VLAN 22 F 0/0 (.3) R5 F 0/1 (.1.0/24 VLAN 10 R1 10.1) C & C (.0/24 SW1 R6 F 0/0 (.0/24 S 0/0.30. Syslog.1. IEV.1.0/24 F 0/0(.15) 10.11.36.6(.66.2) 192.5) (.1.com Page 287 of 307 .20) F 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 30 S 0/0.0/24 VLAN 62 ASA-2 F 0/1 (.0/24 VLAN 11 F 0/0 (.1.5) 192.1.22.info Super Lab – 3 IDM.netmetric-solutions.4) R4 VPN Client Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.6 (.2) 192.11.10) 192.3 (.6) 192.22.0/24 VLAN 63 (.100) R2 192.23.3) S 0/0 (.0/24 VLAN 12 F 0/1 and F0/3 (.52.www.com.0/24 192.10) F 0/1 BB2 ASA-1 F 0/0 and F0/2 (.2 (.66. AAA and CA (.

6 Loopback 0 F 0/0 Loopback 0 F 0/0 F 0/1 S 0/0 Loopback 0 F 0/0 S 0/0.30.22.6 Loopback 0 F 0/0 S 0/0.10/24 10.15/8 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 ASA-1 ASA-2 IPS Switch 1 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1.11.6/24 192.1.1.5/24 192.1.www.66.5/24 55.1.44/8 192.52.15/24 15.26.44.com Page 288 of 307 .22.55.51.1.3 S 0/0.66/8 192.55/8 192.15/24 192.2/24 192.netmetric-solutions.11.5 S 0/0.3/24 192.3/24 33.11.2 S 0/0.2/24 192.25.52.6/24 66.23.15.11/8 192.11.2 S 0/0.1.66.1/24 11.1.4/24 44.55.1.2/24 192.22.22.66.66.10/24 10.22.3/24 192.36.1.22/8 192.1/24 10.2/24 22.22.CareerCert.33.1.33.1.info IP Addressing Scheme Device R1 Port F 0/0 F 0/1 Loopback 0 F 0/0 S 0/0.com. Email: khawarb@khawarb.3 Loopback 0 Redundant 1 Redundant 2 Mgmt IP C&C Interface VLAN 52 Loopback 0 IP Address 10.66.10/24 192.26.11.1.11.44.33/8 192.22.1.1.1.36.15.25.1.23.5/24 192.22.6/24 192.

www.info OSPF Network Diagram ASA-1 R2 Area 0 R3 R5 R6 SW1 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions.com Page 289 of 307 . Email: khawarb@khawarb.com.

info EIGRP Network Diagram R3 AS 230 BB1 RIP Network Diagram R1 ASA-1 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Email: khawarb@khawarb.netmetric-solutions.www.com.CareerCert.com Page 290 of 307 .

22. Assign it a virtual mac-address of your choice.22. Task 2 Configure the F 0/1 and F 0/3 as part of Redundant Interface 2 in that order.1. it should not be able to go out.35 WINS Server : 10.com Page 291 of 307 .22.netmetric-solutions.22.99.22.22.22.1. Task 3 Configure ASA-1 with the IP Configuration based on the IP Addressing table.51-192. Task 2 Make sure that it there is no translation rule on the ASA-1 for a network. If the pool is exhausted.22. it should still allow the users to go out using 192. Task 4 Configure the Switch to accordingly. Task 3 Configure ASA-1 to give out IP Addresses on the Inside Interface based on the following: IP Range : 10.1 – Configuring Interface Redundancy (4 Points) Task 1 Configure the F 0/0 and F 0/2 as part of Redundant Interface 1 in that order.22. Email: khawarb@khawarb.100 DNS Server : 192.169 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1.2 – Basic IP Configuration of ASA-1 (4 Points) Task 1 Configure ASA-1 to allow inside networks in your topology to go out using the a pool of 192. 1.com.www.51 – 10.22.22.info Startup Configurations Pre-load the Initial Configurations for all the devices Section 1 – ASA/IOS FW Configuration – Basic (8 Points) 1.22.1.36 TFTP-Server : 10.101 as a backup address.CareerCert. Assign it a virtual mac-address of your choice.

22.www.com. Task 5 Run RIP as the routing protocol on ASA-1 on the inside interface. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com Page 292 of 307 . Task 6 Statically translate the ACS server as 192.100 on the outside of ASA-1. Make sure R1 learns all outside routes from ASA-1.netmetric-solutions. Email: khawarb@khawarb.1.CareerCert.info Task 4 Run OSPF as the routing protocol on ASA-1 on the outside interface.

info Section 2 – ASA/IOS FW Configuration – Advanced (12 Points) 2. Task 3 Assign the ASA an IP address of 192.com Page 293 of 307 . Telnet and SSH access to the ASA should be allowed from the inside interface only.66.2 – Layer 2 Filtering (4 Points) Task 1 Configure the ASA-2 such that it examines all the ARP Packets (reply or gratuitous ARP) on the outside interface before forwarding the packet.1 – ASA-2 Transparent Firewall Configuration (4 Points) Task 1 Configure the ASA-2 as a Transparent Firewall. Task 6 Allow devices on the inside of the ASA-2 should be able to go out for Web.6. Make sure the Firewall allows them to communicate to each other. Also.www.netmetric-solutions.1. Task 3 You will be configuring MPLS-Unicast Routing on R4 and R6 in the future.10/24 with a default gateway of 192.CareerCert. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 2 Create a Static ARP entry for R6 IP to MAC mapping on the respective interfaces. Task 2 Configure F 0/0 as the outside interface with a security level of 0. 2. FTP and DNS traffic only. it should drop the packet. allow BPDU packets and packets with a EtherType 0x2111 thru the Firewall. Task 4 Allow Management of ASA only from VLAN 63 devices.1.com.66. Configure F 0/1 as the inside interface with a security level of 100. Task 5 Allow R6 to Telnet and HTTP into R4. It should look in the Static ARP table for a matching entry and if it does not exist.

SMTP and ICMP traffic from Local to Internet Allow HTTP Access from the Local zone to all servers on the DMZ Zone Task 3 Configure the Zone Policy for traffic coming in from the Internet as follows: Allow Web Access to a server 192.51. HTTP. Check with the websense server before allowing access to Internet Webpages for Local-->Internet Traffic Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.50 located in the Local zone.44. Email: khawarb@khawarb.1.55 located on the DMZ zone Allow SMTP Access to a server 192.www.52.50 located on the DMZ zone Task 4 Configure the Zone Policy for traffic originating from the DMZ Zone as follows: Allow the SMTP server 192.45.com Page 294 of 307 .1.com.CareerCert.111.50 to access a SMTP server 192.3 – Zone-Based Firewall (4 Points) Task 1 Configure VLAN 52 as the Local Zone.44. Task 5 Configure Java Applets coming in from 44.1.44.0/24 and 44. Configure the Frame Cloud as the Internet Zone.1. Configure VLAN 51 as the DMZ zone.1.0/24 Task 6 A Websense server exists at 192. TFTP.info 2. FTP.51.netmetric-solutions. Task 2 Configure the Zone Policy for traffic originating from Local Zone as follows: Allow DNS. HTTPS.51.51.

Task 2 Configure the switch to accommodate this configuration.www.11.CareerCert. Task 7 Assign the Inline pair for R1-ASA-1 connectivity to Virtual Sensor 0 and the Inline pair for R6-ASA-2 to Virtual Sensor 1 (VS1). Use the appropriate interface to accomplish this.22.0/24.com Page 295 of 307 .11.0/24 3. Task 4 Configure Inline pair to connect R6 to ASA-2.11. 192.com.22. Task 3 Make sure only the appropriate traffic is send to the IPS Interface.0/24.2 – IPS Sensor Configuration in Inline mode (4 Points) Task 1 Configure Inline pair to connect R1 to ASA-1.15/24 Default Gateway – 10.1 – Initial Configuration (4 Points) Task 1 Configure the IPS Sensor with the following parameters: Hostname – IPS-WB IP Address – 10.1 Web Server Port number – 4430 Allowed Hosts – 10.11. 10.info Section 3 – IPS/IDS Configuartion – Basic (8 Points) 3. Task 6 Make sure only the appropriate traffic is send to the IPS Interface.11. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Use the appropriate interface to accomplish this.22.11. Configure a new Signature Definition for VS1 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 5 Configure the switch to accommodate this configuration.1.netmetric-solutions.

1 – Signature Throttling (4 Points) Task 1 Configure the ICMP Echo Request to fire after 15 occurrences from the Same source IP Address to any destination within the last 60 seconds.com Page 296 of 307 .www. The URL for theses requests are http://www. Task 4 This signature should only fire when traffic is coming is passing thru ASA-1 towards R1 and vice-versa. You run network monitoring tools and find that the users are using the Internet connection to download application and songs from apple’s website for the I-Phone. Task 2 Configure the ICMP Echo Reply Signature with the following threshold parameters: Summary Mode – Fire all Summary Threshold – 50 Global Summary Threshold – 150 Summary Interval – 75 seconds Summary Key – Source IP Address Task 3 Make sure this is done for all traffic thru the Sensor 4.CareerCert.com. Task 2 The signature should have a severity of Medium. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.com.info Section 4 – IPS/IDS Configuartion – Advanced (8 Points) 4. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Do not use the TCP String signature engine to accomplish this.netmetric-solutions.2 – Custom Signature – I-Phone Applications (4 Points) Task 1 You network users are complaining about slow Internet connection. Task 3 Configure a Custom signature “I-Phone” to block these requests.apple.

info Section 5 – VPN Configuration – Basic (8 Points) 5.com. Task 2 Enable Web VPN on ASA-1 on the outside interface. All other web servers should be allowed. Group-Policy – W-VPN Task 5 Connect into the ASA-1 from the VPN Client to establish the connection. Task 3 Configure an internal User-group named W-VPN.22. Task 6 Configure the Web VPN login page with the following parameters: Title – Netmetric Solutions Login Message – Welcome to Netmetric Solutions Logout Message – Thanks for using Netmetric Solution’s Web VPN Logo – Do not show the Cisco Systems logo Task 7 Configure an internal User-group named W-VPN.www. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.netmetric-solutions.com. Also configure the following attributes for this group: Port-forwarding – R1 – Local Port 25000 – Server – R1 – Port 23 Filter – Block URL Access to http://NMConfidential.com Page 297 of 307 . Email: khawarb@khawarb. Configure this group for Web VPN as the tunneling protocol only.29 Task 4 Configure a user called W-VPNUSER with a password WVPNPASS.22. it should be redirected to 443.1 – SSL VPN on ASA-1 (4 Points) Task 1 Enable the HTTP service on R1 and enable Telnet on it as well. Also configure the following attributes for this group: URL-List – R1 – http://10.1 URL-List – Intranet Web Server – http://10.22.22.CareerCert. Configure this group for Web VPN as the tunneling protocol only. If a packet is received on the outside interface for port 80.

Use port 11000 for secure POP3.2.2 – DMVPN (4 Points) Task 1 Configure the following Loopbacks on R2.256 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.2/24 R5 – Loopback 172 – 172.6/24 Task 2 Configure a DMVPN Tunnel between R2.CareerCert.6. R5 and R6.16. R5 and R6. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info Task 8 Configure POP3 Support.16.22.5/24 R6 – Loopback 172 – 172. The user will specify the Pipe “|” as the username delimiter and “@” as the server delimeter.CISCO IPSec Tunnel : o Encryption – ESP-3DES o Authentication – ESP-MD5-HMAC NHRP Parameters: o NHRP ID – 256 o NHRP Authentication Key – DMVPN o NHRP Hub (NHS) – R2 GRE Tunnel Parameters: o Tunnel IP Address – 172. The POP3S is located at 10.16.0/24 o Tunnel Key – 256 EIGRP Tunnel Parameters: o EIGRP AS Number . 5. Encrypt traffic from the Loopback 172’s to each other.com Page 298 of 307 . Use the following parameters: Use the following Parameters for the Tunnel: ISAKMP Tunnel : o Authentication – Pre-share o Hash MD5 o Pre-shared Key .5.netmetric-solutions.110.56.www.com.22.16. R2 – Loopback 172 – 172.

3/24 Task 2 Configure an IPSec to encrypt the traffic between 172.1.com.0 and 172.0/24.16.0/24 and 172. Configure the following Policies: ISAKMP Parameters o Authentication : Pre-shared o Group : 2 o Encryption : 3DES IPSec Parameters o Encryption : ESP-3DES o Authentication : ESP-MD5-HMAC Task 3 The tunnel should provide redundancy wherever possible.16.0 have no restrictions in communicating to each other.16. This network exists behind BB1. Task 5 “Dead Peer Detection” packets should be send by ISAKMP every 10 seconds.16.1 – High Availability IPSec between R1 and R3 without HSRP (4 Points) Task 1 Configure the following Loopbacks on R1 and R3: R1 – Loopback 13 – 172.info Section 6 – VPN Configuration – Advanced (8 Points) 6. Task 4 Make sure that networks 172. Email: khawarb@khawarb.1/24 R3 – Loopback 13 – 172.1.CareerCert.16. BB1 is pre-configured for the IPSec tunnel using the following parameters: Authentication type = Pre-shared Keys Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.16. 6.netmetric-solutions.3.16/24.0/24.com Page 299 of 307 .3.16.16.116. Configure an IPSec Tunnel to encrypt traffic from the newly created Loopback network to a network 10.1. Do not use multiple “Set peer” commands on R1.116.2 – R4 to BB1 IPSec Tunnel thru ASA-2 (4 Points) Task 1 Configure an Loopback interface on R6 as 10.3.www.

116.116. Task 3 You are allowed to create a static route on R6 to accomplish this task.16. Email: khawarb@khawarb.116 from 10.com Page 300 of 307 .0/24 Peer Address: BB1 is configured with Redundancy in mind.116.info Hash = MD5 Diffie-Hellman = 2 Pre-shared-key = cciesec IPSec Encryption = ESP-3DES IPSec Authentication = ESP-SHA-HMAC Interesting Traffic = 10.com.16.16.CareerCert. Ping 10.116.0/24 to 10.netmetric-solutions.16 to bring the tunnel up.16. . Task 2 Configure R6 to form a Tunnel with BB1 using the above parameters. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.www.

netmetric-solutions. Task 3 Configure a local user admin with a password of admin to accomplish this.info Section Points) 7 – Access/Identify Management (16 7. Task 6 Make sure there is no authentication or authorization done on the Aux and Telnet lines.1 – HTTP Management (4 Points) Task 1 Configure R1 to communicate with the ACS server using TACACS+ as the authentication protocol. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Task 4 Create the following users on the ACS Server: Username – R1-User1 Password: cisco Privilege: 15 Username – R1-User2 Password: cisco Privilege: 15 Task 5 When the users login. Task 2 Allow SSH connections from the inside interfaces only.www.CareerCert.com. Email: khawarb@khawarb. Task 2 Configure R1 to allow HTTP Management. they should be assigned the privilege level from the ACS Server. 7.2 – SSH Configuration (4 Points) Task 1 Configure ASA-1 for SSH. Task 4 Configure ASA-1 as a Client for the ACS Server. Don’t use the default RSA key for this.com Page 301 of 307 . Task 3 Authenticate the users connecting into R1 for HTTP using the ACS server. It should only allow HTTP Management from VLAN 10. Use CC1E as the key.

the user should be able to access any of these 3 servers.www. Task 5 Once authenticated.info Task 5 SSH Authentication should be done based on the ACS server.CareerCert.4 – AAA Authentication and Authorization (4 Points) Task 1 Configure Command Authorization set for Routers using the following commands on the ACS Server: Show ip interface brief Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.1.com. 7.30.1. Task 3 Configure R3 with Authentication Proxy to allow access to these servers based on successful authentication only. Task 4 Authentication and Authorization should be done based on the ACS server using TACACS+.netmetric-solutions. 7. Task 6 If the uses has been idle for 7 minutes.3 – IOS Authentication Proxy (4 Points) Task 1 You have the following servers located on VLAN 30: Web Server: SMTP Server: DNS Server: 192.101 192.30. Task 7 If a user tries to log in and fails for 3 times. Console should not get authenticated. use the Local Database as a backup authentication mechanism.com Page 302 of 307 . If the ACS server is down.103 Task 2 R3 wants to control who can access these servers from VLAN 30.102 192.30. the user’s authentication credentials should be removed. he should be black listed and prevented from accessing the Server for 1 hour. Email: khawarb@khawarb.1.

Task 3 Configure the Router to authenticate the logins and authorize Exec and Commands on Telnet connection based on the ACS server for R3. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. Make sure no authorization is done on the Console Line. Ruser2 should only be allowed to issue these commands on R3. Assign Ruser2 to privilege level 15 on the ACS Server. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info Show ip route Ip routing Configure Router Network Access-list Task 2 Assign this Command Authorization set to Ruser2.netmetric-solutions.com.CareerCert.www. Ruser1 should be allowed to execute all commands. Ruser1 should also be assigned to Privilege 15.com Page 303 of 307 .

It should not allow client to directly open a TCP connection to this server.66. R6 is located in New York. It will also go down for maintenance from 8:00 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. 8.1.3 – Time-based ACL (4 Points) Task 1 The device at 192.netmetric-solutions. Configure R2 such that it automatically adjusts the clock based on the time zone Task 3 Configure R6 to receive its clock from R2. The Key string should be ccie12353.1 – IP TCP Intercept (4 Points) Task 1 There is a Web Server located at 192.45. It is getting overwhelmed by syn-attacks. Email: khawarb@khawarb. It should stop deleting half open connection if they reach 400. It should authenticate the clients using a key id of 256.com. Task 2 This server will be going down for maintenance from 10:00 PM – 11:30 PM from Monday – Friday. Set the same parameters for the connection made in the last minute. R2 is in Chicago. Do not use the NTP Server command to receive the clock.CareerCert.com Page 304 of 307 . Task 2 Configure R2 to receive its clock from R5.www. the router should pass the connection information to the server. Configure the appropriate Time Zone setting. Do not configure any commands under the interface to accomplish this task. Also configure R5 to automatically change to Summer Time at 2:00 AM on the 2nd Sunday of March and change it back on the First Sunday of November. R5 is in Los Angeles. R3 should complete the 3-Way TCP handshake on behalf of this Server.25 is a Web and DNS Server. Once the connection gets established. Task 2 R3 should start deleting half open connection if the number reaches 600.30. 8.info Section 8 – Network and Switch Security (16 Points) 8.2 – NTP (4 Points) Task 1 Configure R5 as a NTP Master with a stratum of 2.1.

www.info PM to 11:00 PM on Saturday and Sunday. Access should be allowed at all other times.com Page 305 of 307 . Task 2 Use Strict RPF to prevent IP spoofing using network addresses from the internal networks. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.CareerCert. 8.4 – IP Spoofing Prevention (4 Points) Task 1 Block any RFC 1918 address coming into R6. Configure a Time-range that specifies the Maintenance Schedule on R6. Task 4 Configure an ACL on R4 that denies access to this server during the maintenance times coming in thru F 0/1 interface. Email: khawarb@khawarb. The route could use the default gateway to check for the source address. Task 3 This time range should be activated from the first of next month and should remain in effect till the end of the year.netmetric-solutions.com.

Task 2 The actual DHCP server is on Port F 0/10 of SW1. Task 2 Control the traffic in such a way that the port blocks Broadcast or Multicast traffic if it exceeds 50% of the bandwidth of the interface.3 – Mitigating DoS attacks using CAR (4 Points) Task 1 R1 is experiencing a DoS attack against your network. It has run out of all IP’s in its Pool. Task 3 Also. 9. Task 2 R1 is also experiencing a lot of traffic for udp port 1434 and TCP port 1433 (SQL Slammer). Task 3 The port should start sending these packets when their respective traffic falls below 25% of the bandwidth of the interface. You suspect somebody in VLAN 30 is doing this by requesting addresses unnecessarily and then making itself the DHCP Server. Email: khawarb@khawarb.info Section 10 – Network Attacks (16 Points) 9. Control this traffic by limiting the traffic to 128 kbps coming into the Frame Link.com Page 306 of 307 .1 – DHCP Server Attacks (3 Points) Task 1 The DHCP server for VLAN 30 has been hit by a DHCP Starvation attack. Use 16 KB and 24 KB for normal and excess burst values.CareerCert.netmetric-solutions. make sure all the ports in VLAN 30 cannot conduct a DHCP Starvation attack. Control this traffic by limiting the traffic to 64 Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www. You turn on Netflow on R1 and see a lot of packets for TCP ports 135 and 4444 and UDP port 69 (W32. Make sure this is the only DHCP Server for this VLAN. You also see another DHCP server is giving out IP Addresses in this VLAN.com.www.2 – Storm Control (3 Points) Task 1 You are experiencing a Broadcast and a Multicast storm on Port F 0/11 of SW1.Blaster). 9. Use a Dynamic mechanism to accomplish this task.

22. Email: khawarb@khawarb.4 – IP Source Guard (4 Points) Task 1 Turn on the Source Guard feature on SW1 such that F 0/0 should only allow R1 to connect up.com.info kbps coming into the Frame Link.CareerCert.1/24. 9.netmetric-solutions. Copyrights Netmetric Solutions 2006-2010 Website: http://www.www. Use 16 KB and 24 KB for normal and excess burst values. It should be in VLAN 11 with R1 F0/0 MAC address using an IP address of 10.com Page 307 of 307 .22.

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