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PCNSE: Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Engineer Certification Video Training Course

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Prepare for your Palo Alto Networks examination with our training course. The PCNSE course contains a complete batch of videos that will provide you with profound and thorough knowledge related to Palo Alto Networks certification exam. Pass the Palo Alto Networks PCNSE test with flying colors.
Curriculum For This Course

  • 1. Create an Amazon AWS instance to practice 10m 1s
  • 2. Setup Amazon AWS for lab testing, add a windows AD server 12m 12s
  • 3. AWS VPC setup, routing setup, route traffic through the AWS instance 19m 2s
  • 4. Create a DMZ segment in Amazon AWS, add a server to DMZ segment 10m 11s
  • 5. AWS routing issue to be aware of 4m 11s
  • 6. Unetlab EVE-NG name change 0s
  • 1. Basic Settings 5m 46s
  • 2. Changes and Committing changes 6m 51s
  • 3. Local Administrator Account with External Authentication 9m 54s
  • 4. External Authentication Using Radius Server 7m 33s
  • 5. System software Upgrade / Downgrade, global protect client install 4m 27s
  • 6. Dynamic Updates 2m 52s
  • 7. Interface Management Profile 4m 38s
  • 1. Security Zones and Traffic Processing 10m 10s
  • 2. Packet Flow 9m 33s
  • 3. Rules based on application using App-ID 10m 4s
  • 4. Security Policy Rules for applications not running on application default ports 7m 43s
  • 5. Application Override Policies - Custom Applications 8m 1s
  • 6. URL Filtering Rules and Options 13m 51s
  • 7. Custom URL Category 2m 53s
  • 8. Using Address Objects 5m 51s
  • 9. Using Service Objects 3m 47s
  • 10. Using Dynamic Block Lists 4m 42s
  • 11. Using Tags 2m 19s
  • 1. User ID integration 8m 4s
  • 2. Installing User ID agent on AD 10m 19s
  • 3. Configure the firewall to use user ID agent 9m 3s
  • 4. Configuring integrated User ID agent 5m 33s
  • 5. Group to User ID mapping 5m 36s
  • 6. Making decisions based on user group membership example 5m 5s
  • 7. Identifying Users using Captive Portal Redirect Mode 6m 13s
  • 8. User ID mapping using CaptivePortal in Transparent Mode 5m 17s
  • 9. Captive Portal using Broswer Challenge SSO example 16m 51s
  • 10. Relaying UserID information using XML example 6m 39s
  • 11. User ID mapping using Syslog Messages example 3m 34s
  • 1. AntiVirius configuration 8m 19s
  • 2. Anti Spyware and DNS Sinkholing 11m 36s
  • 3. Creating custom Anti-Spyware signatures 10m 5s
  • 4. Configuring Vulnerability Protection and Custom Signatures 11m 37s
  • 5. File Policies 7m 2s
  • 6. Configuring Wildfire 8m 35s
  • 7. Wildfire Portal 1m 38s
  • 8. Configuring Data Filtering - Data Leakage Prevention 8m 37s
  • 9. Denial Of Service Protection 8m 21s
  • 10. Implementing Zone and Host Denial Of Service Protection 10m 2s
  • 1. Certificates, Certificate of Autorities, and Decryption Concepts 18m 17s
  • 2. SSL Forward Proxy - Trust Certificate - Local Cert on PaloAlto 7m 33s
  • 3. SSL Forward Proxy - Untrust Certificate - Local Cert on PaloAlto 6m 16s
  • 4. SSL Forward Proxy Using an Internal PKI Subordinate CA 9m 5s
  • 5. SSL Forward Proxy Blocking Threats in Encrypted Traffic - Demo 6m 52s
  • 6. SSL Inbound Inspection 8m 24s
  • 1. Understanding Dynamic NAT and port 15m 49s
  • 2. Dynamic NAT and port configuration examples 19m 36s
  • 3. Dynamic NAT and port Egress Interface Multipe ISP consideration 14m 8s
  • 4. What is the difference between Dynamic IP and Dynamic IP and port with examples 10m 14s
  • 5. Static NAT concepts and example 14m 41s
  • 6. Static NAT with Port Translation Use Case and scenario example 18m 37s
  • 7. Static NAT with Port Translation Use Case and scenario example - part 2 5m 35s
  • 8. Destination NAT and Destination NAT with Port Address Translation 7m 31s
  • 9. UTurn NAT with port translation 7m 15s
  • 10. Source and Destination NAT 10m 30s
  • 1. DHCP Services 6m 26s
  • 2. Default Route 5m 2s
  • 3. OSPF Routing 9m 58s
  • 4. BGP Routing 4m 51s
  • 5. BGP Advertise 2m 46s
  • 6. Using Multiple Virtual Routers 9m 6s
  • 7. Multiple Virtual Routers NAT and Security Policy Example 11m 47s
  • 8. Multiple ISP Failover Scenario using BGP 16m 39s
  • 9. Multiple ISP Failover using floating Static Route 9m 35s
  • 10. Multiple ISP Failover using Policy Based Forwarding 8m 7s
  • 11. Multiple ISP Load Sharing using Policy Based Forwarding 5m 9s
  • 1. High Availability Overview 13m 22s
  • 2. Active Passive Configuration Configuration Example 14m 55s
  • 3. High Availability Active / Passive different failure scenarios HA1 HA2 heartbeat 15m 18s
  • 4. High Availability Active / Passive HA1-backup, HA2-backup configuration 15m 8s
  • 5. High Availabilit active / passive link and path monitoring, HA operations 13m
  • 6. Active Active High availability intro, Floating IP 9m 17s
  • 7. Active Active with Floating IP configuration example 22m 23s
  • 8. Active Active session owner, session setup using IP modulus, failover example 19m 38s
  • 9. Active Active Static Nat Configuration Example using NAT HA binding Primary 10m 50s
  • 10. Active Active High Availability Arp Load Sharing Configuration Example 10m 53s
  • 1. IPv6 structure, addressing, unicast (link local, site local, global), multicast 14m 31s
  • 2. IPv6 neighbor discovery, icmpv6, dhcpv6 12m 48s
  • 3. IPv6 Stateles, Statefull DHCP, M Flag O Flag concepts 8m 4s
  • 4. IPv6 basic firewall configuration example 12m 49s
  • 5. IPv6 Network Prefix Translation NPTv6 configuration example 11m 5s
  • 6. IPv6 NAT64 example connecting IPv6 only network to IPv4 Internet example 18m 23s
  • 7. IPv6 NAT64 example connecting IPv4 only network to IPv6 only network 12m 9s
  • 8. IPv6 issues related to Windows and policy based on IPv6 addresses, example 12m 52s
  • 9. IPv6 dhcpv6 relay on PaloAlto firewall example 8m 1s
  • 1. VPN IPSEC L2L intro and configuration steps 17m 38s
  • 2. VPN IPSEc L2L PaloAlto to PaloAlto Example 18m 31s
  • 3. VPN IPSEc Site To Site Hub Spoke, Dynamic IP address example 10m 44s
  • 4. VPN IPSEC L2L Paloalto to Cisco ASA configuration example 9m 34s
  • 5. VPN IPSEC L2L Paloalto to Cisco ASA with Dynamic IP address 2m 58s
  • 6. IPsec Quick mode negotiation understanding 8m 49s
  • 7. IKE main mode more details, explanation 20m 17s
  • 8. Understanding IPSec Quick mode with PFS 12m 28s
  • 9. IKE security policies required and NAT-T explanation / example 15m 7s
  • 10. IKEv1 main mode versus agressive mode, understand the difference 13m 4s
  • 11. IKEv2 intro and differences between IKEv2 and IKEv1 17m 3s
  • 12. IKEv2 Auth phase, IPsec associations, differences between Ikev1 and Ikev2 20m 34s
  • 1. Global Protect Setup example 14m 9s
  • 2. Getting a free publicly trusted ssl certificate to test Global Protect 11m 3s
  • 3. Setting up global protect for on-demand mode, discover agent settings 12m 6s
  • 4. Dual Factor Authentication Using Open Source Solution PrivacyIdea - demo 16m 53s
  • 5. Joining a windows PC to AWS windows domain - vpn tunnel to AWS 9m 49s
  • 6. Installing CA services on windows, certificate enrollment policy service, OCSP 11m 17s
  • 7. Global Protect Authentication using Dual Factor Token and Computer Certificate 6m 33s
  • 8. Global Protect Always On User-Logon and Pre-Logon configuration 7m 29s
  • 9. Global Protect Pre-Logon with User Logon (on demand) configuration example 7m 52s
  • 10. Global Protect HIP Check 10m 59s
  • 1. Azure Networking Concepts 11m 14s
  • 2. Setup Palo Alto VM In Azure 12m 8s
  • 3. Protecting Virtual Machines in Azure behind Palo Alto firewall 23m
  • 1. Panorama concepts, hardware, template and template stack 18m 56s
  • 2. Panorama Device Group Concepts Part 1 12m 6s
  • 3. Panorama Device Group and Object Iheritance 12m 46s
  • 1. QoS Introduction 13m 7s
  • 2. QoS Download Upload Bandwidth Restriction 11m 35s
  • 3. QoS Classification and Marking 12m 27s
  • 4. QoS Classification and Markings Example 12m 32s
  • 5. IPSec QoS lab setup overview 4m 24s
  • 6. Bandwidth Throttling IPSEc tunnels demo 7m 34s
  • 7. IPSec Tunnel QoS traffic classification 7m 10s
  • 8. IPSec Tunnel QoS controlling traffic bidirectionaly 9m 22s
  • 9. IPSec QoS Copy ToS Header Explanation and demo 12m 42s
  • 1. Palo Alto 8.1 Section Intro 7m 8s
  • 2. Provisioning PaloAlto Firewall 8.1 in AWS - Part 1 15m 35s
  • 3. Provisioning PaloAlto Firewall 8.1 in AWS - Part 2 23m

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