Cisco IPS sensors can provide limited DDoS protection under a small set of circumstances (all three must be satisfied):
1. The DDoS attack has a signature.
2. The signature correctly triggers (you'll never know what string the signature triggers on, because Cisco keeps that information secret, unlike some other vendors like SourceFire).
3. The DDoS attack is not volumetric (most DDoS attacks relay on a greater volume of traffic overwhelming your access capacity) It doesn't matter how well an IPS sensor can detect and block traffic if your access pipe is full.
I somehow stumbled upon Cisco's IBNS 2.0 Auto Identity (AI) templates in my CML/VIRL IOSv layer2 image (IOS 15.2(6)).
I find these templates great, because these are the best practices that we tend to hard-code manually - e.g there are...
Hello. Thanks in advance for any input. I have just spun up a Cisco ISE lab and having some issues with the certificates. I created a self-signed certificate to be used with EAP and admin. DNS name of ise1.example.local points to the ...
Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) gives you intelligent Integrated protection through intent-based policy and compliance solution. Cisco ISE supports posturing of endpoints with different Anyconnect deployment methods so far. With increas...
Cisco Defense Orchestrator (CDO) is a cloud-based, multi-device manager that manages security products like Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA), Firepower Threat Defense next-generation firewall, and Meraki devices, to name a few.
We make improvement...
hello, tricky thing, we using ASA and anyconnect for the remote user access. but lots of users report anyconnect will disconnect and reconnect at the first beginnging, it will happen 1 times and then will become stable. won't disconnect again.I test ...