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ASA with Firepower 5555x Installation/Configuration/full features enablment

Dears,

 

I got a lot of confusion about the ASA with firepower all new stuff, upgrade, changes drove me lost.

Can any one describe the steps for installing the ASA with firepower and upgrading its image & package and applying license. ( configuring the box from the scratch).

what is the best practice for installing ASA with Firepower into network?

TAMC is our license what features is gonna be significant to me if I want to make a total security. And how about the internet proxy I am thinking of ending my TMG internet proxy and use that ASA. I want to use that appliances at its full occupation and every features I needed to be enabled where needed.

How to deal with WLC and the wireless network (what is the best practice for ASA with Firepower and WLC

Yeah that might be a lot but I believe a lot of inspiring replies will hit at least with redirection to other topic or some brilliant ideas.

Regards,

Mishaal

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[@mishaal-thabet]  

There is a Quick Start Guide for ASA with FirePOWER services module here:

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/asa/quick_start/sfr/firepower-qsg.html

Additionally, to setup your FirePOWER Management Center policies to make the module most effective, I recommend the Cisco Live presentation from 2015: "BRKSEC-2018 Migrating ASA IPS and CX to FirePOWER". Don't worry about the title it is a good overview for most use cases.

It can be found here:

https://www.ciscolive.com/online/connect/sessionDetail.ww?SESSION_ID=83675&backBtn=true

The WLC doesn't interact with the ASA directly but placement of your controller and whether you use Anchor  and Guest controllers can play into your ASA interface design (i.e. Guest controllers in a DMZ). Other than that, wireless subnets are just part of the "$HOME_NET" variable set on the FirePOWER module.

Hope this helps.

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[@mishaal-thabet]  

There is a Quick Start Guide for ASA with FirePOWER services module here:

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/asa/quick_start/sfr/firepower-qsg.html

Additionally, to setup your FirePOWER Management Center policies to make the module most effective, I recommend the Cisco Live presentation from 2015: "BRKSEC-2018 Migrating ASA IPS and CX to FirePOWER". Don't worry about the title it is a good overview for most use cases.

It can be found here:

https://www.ciscolive.com/online/connect/sessionDetail.ww?SESSION_ID=83675&backBtn=true

The WLC doesn't interact with the ASA directly but placement of your controller and whether you use Anchor  and Guest controllers can play into your ASA interface design (i.e. Guest controllers in a DMZ). Other than that, wireless subnets are just part of the "$HOME_NET" variable set on the FirePOWER module.

Hope this helps.

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Thank you Marvin its wonderfull information.

regarding the WLC do have any best practice for implementing WLC to Network.

Regards,

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You're welcome. Please rate the answer if it helped.

There are dozens of documents on implementing WLCs. What are you looking for in particular?

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