I have a remote site to which I will build an IPSEC tunnel, terminated at the Outside Interface. I also have a frame-relay conection to that same site, and that router is connected at interface "DMZ". My prime path is going to be the IPSEC tunnel, and I understand it uses the ACL on the tunnel to 'route' traffic into it. The backup path is going to be the frame-relay, using a static route. I might not even need to use the SLA-monitor method, since when the IPSEC tunnel goes down, the static route to the site over the DMZ interface (via frame-relay) will take over. This begs the question: what trumps what: An ACL on an IPSEC tunnel, or a static route? Which is preferred over the other?
I just need the primary path to be the IPSEC tunnel, and the backup path to be frame-relay. --the path will move back to IPSEC when it becomes available again, after a failure....
With the enhancements in ISE 3.0 for integrating with Azure AD via SAML IdP, it is now possible to leverage Microsoft Single Sign-On for multiple ISE Portals (for example Sponsor and Guest/BYOD Portals).
At the time of this writing, ISE cann...
With the enhancements in ISE 3.0 for integrating with Azure AD via SAML IdP, it is now possible to create a BYOD Flow to provide Wireless network access using an employee’s Azure AD credentials.
The table below shows the whole Cisco Security solutions + Splunk integrations add-ons. Kindly let me know if I have missed some add-ons or if there are any new updates. Thank you!
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A python based script to generate report if there are disabled rules under an Access Control Policy and an option to delete those rules in bulk.
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