I have configured remote access VPNs for AnyConnect using the FMC. It was easy to apply an extended ACL as a VPN filter as the option is simply a drop-down. So how do I accomplish the same thing with a site-to-site VPN tunnel? Do I simply add the same rules to the access-list on the outside interface? What happens with 'sysopt permit-vpn' where VPNs bypass the ACL. How do I still implement a VPN filter? From the VPN setup wizard under 'Advanced > Tunnel'
Sooooooo, where do I apply the VPN filter ACL? Keep in mind this is a site-to-site VPN, and it's between a Firepower 2100 and an unknown third party device, meaning I don't know if it's Cisco, Palo Alto, Checkpoint, Juniper, etc.
Just getting started with AMP for Endpoints? If so, make sure to check out this video featuring John Dominguez with the Cisco Security Team. In this video, John introduces you to Cisco’s Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) for Endpoints that is a n...
Just getting started with AMP for Endpoints? If so, make sure to check out this video featuring John Dominguez with the Cisco Security Team. In this video, John introduces you to Cisco’s Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) for Endpoints that is a ne...
This document lists some options you have to insert script after implementing a portal using portal builder
Implement guest portal using SAML SSO provider button
This allows you to point your ISE Portal builder portal to a page configured for SAML SSO lo...
I would like to present the MAC address for a device on-boarding flow as a QR code on support page.
This can be done utilizing a custom .js script embedded into the support page.
For general information on po...