New Training: Applying for and verifying Cisco Access Control Lists

This 12-video entry-level training by SPOTO trainer Keith Barker teaches network administrators how to create and apply access control lists to Cisco routers or switches interfaces. Then, verify that the filters are working to secure networks.
This Cisco ACL training is available.
This training was created by Keith for anyone who works with packet filtering, limiting traffic to networks, and restricting access of network resources. Training in applying and verifying ACLs is a great way to reduce the risk of DoS attacks and spoofing. These skills can help you build a successful career.
This training covers topics like configuring IPv4 or IPv6 access on Cisco devices, setting traffic filtering, priority queueing or dynamic access control, and identifying filter criteria such as source address, destination address or protocol.
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This training includes:
1 hour of training
12 videos

You can watch a video from the series here:

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New Training: Applying for and verifying Cisco Access Control Lists
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