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16. Lecture-16:FDM, System Settings, Web Analytics Settings

Related to web analytics. What is web analytics? You know, it's in all the details. like browser, browser version, product version, device, host name, and so many other things. They have a wealth of knowledge that they can share with Cisco in order to improve the flow of their product. as if it were feedback When you get feedback from students, they usually tell you what your strengths and weaknesses are, as well as how you can improve yourself. So the same thing is true of web analytics. What options do we have?

There is web analytics in the system settings if you go to see more. So there are two possibilities. Either to allow for the sharing of details or to provide feedback. You have the option to disable or enable. Right now, it's disabled. So you click on "enable," and this was mentioned here as well. Now it's enabled in this way. Don't be concerned about the browser details, browser version, or any of the other details. It's similar to a browser version, such as Google Chrome or Firefox, and such information will be shared with Cisco in order to improve their product. FTD. This is for that purpose. so simple to configure Select either enable or disable. This is to disable, and this is to enable. And you can see it's turned off. So I enabled it. By the way, that's it.

17. Lecture-17:FDM, System Settings, Reboot or Shutting Down

Reboot are shutting down if you want to shut down FTD from GUI graphically you can do the same thing from CLIas well either from SSH session as well but if you want to do graphically you can reboot and you can shutdown the from here if you go to system setting see more there is reboot and shut down so shut down the device just click on this one it will prompt you and reboot the device to restart the device that simply you can do from here which is available in system sitting you.

18. Lecture-18:FDM, System Settings, URL Filtering Settings

You know, if you want to get more detail, click URL filtering preferences. But it requires a smart licence to activate. We already activate Smart License, but there are different licences which we will discuss later.So one of them is URL .Like for other malware, they have a separate licence for URL filtering, so I cannot do anything. First you need to go to Smart Licenses for thread this separate licence malware. And here is you are a license. And also, if there is an unknown URL that is not categorized, they will share it with the Cisco CSI Security Intelligence Team, and they will share it with them. So also, they will get the details that this URL is not categorized, okay? So you can enable this if you already have a URL filtering license, and if you need extra-detailed preferences to change, either allow or deny automatic update or send an unknown URL to the cloud, which is Cisco Intelligent Team. So you can enable disabled from here. So this system was sitting all the way from here to here.

19. Lecture-19:FDM, Top Upper Right Conner Menu Walkthrough

Discuss profile preferences. The first link here is this profile, which you see here because I am logging in through admin. Edmund is my user, but thisadmin has administrative privileges. So when you click, there is a down arrow. This is the administrator's profile. Click on "Profile." So here you will find two tabs. "Profile" is the first tab. There's the time zone setting that we are using. If you want to change, you can click and choose the correct time zone. In my case, let me choose the time zone RIA.

So let's go to Saudi Arabia, which is coming to Asia. And here I need to choose my time zone. By the way, it's far away—America, Asia—so it should be after M. If okay, let's go quickly. Why is it not there anyway? Choose anything. Suppose it's my time zone. So you can change the time zone, and after that, you can change your theme. What you perceive them to be has shifted. and Cisco's new theme. This is Cisco's new theme. You need this one. So it's changed here.

And if you want to change it, this is the default theme. So, in the profile tab, you can change your time zone and theme, and then save another profile tab. To change your password, my password is ABC at the number 81234. Five require at least character, upper- and lower-case specials, and all those things. To change the password, enter your current password or create a new one.

So from here, you can do two things: change the password to change the theme, and change the time zone for this user only. Finally, if you click, you can log out of this and log in through another user, either from the same user (admin) or from ABC at the rate of 12345. OK, so this was the profile I previously mentioned, followed by the password to change the password. I'm now coming to the other tab when I log in. So I will show you.

Here is the API Explorer. You know, API. We discussed this in CCNP. What exactly is API? So this is for API access, and it will give you all related information about to API. If you want to manage and access this device through an API, you can use this one. Anyway, we will discuss this later in the course. We will access this device through the API as well.

So, do you have any suggestions because the near future is focused on this one rather than management? There are many ways. One of them is API, so don't worry. Then after that, there is a question mark if you need any help. Assume this is the correct one, and you can click it to access the help for this specific detail. So it opens the help, and you can see all the information about this one. like configuring the device. So all the details are there, one by one.

Okay, so you can get help anytime from here. Then there's this one, which is a task list; if you want to do something in the future and write a list of things, the same thing is here in the task list; they say ten total things. list Okay, zero is running right now; nothing is running. Let me know if there is an orange dot; it means something needs to be deployed.

So, let me close this one and go to task manager. Now one will be running. So eleven now it has to show yes, I started now. So now let's say there are ten activities. One of them is currently active; someone is a user administrator; they want to deploy something, and nine activities have already been completed. It's mentioned in all the details.

So, whenever you need to come in, you can see how many tasks have failed. So far, no activities have failed; nine have been completed. And if you want to delete the last one, click here and okay to delete the last activity, but it's fine if you say no, I want to delete all of this activity. So here is deleting all completed tasks, okay, and everything is now clear.

So nothing has failed; only one is running and one in total, and none of them has failed.

As a result, all of the tasks that were either running or completed without errors As a result, you must come here to view all of the details from this task list. So we finished this task list, which you can view and delete here. Okay, so we already discussed it; let me go to another one before going to deploy. There is a CLI console as well, so rather than go to the console and connect and check either through SSH or telnet, you can directly access the device from here through the CLI console. If you click on this one, you'll see a CLI if you want to remove it from here and see here.

So it's from here that, like, suppose I say, "Show interface IP brief." Some commands are not supported here; for example, show route is not supported, so let me look here; it will show us the route. Okay, here's one more to clear the screen.

The minor detail is that if you clear you can see the route coming, so instead of going to console or SSH, you can do it directly without logging into anything and it will clear the screen. Another command is to copy, so let me do the same show route. Okay, and here is one copylast output, and then you can go and attach again, and it will come here again now see, and you can also type here in a single thing, and it will make them bigger to show you the result.

Okay, and if you want to take help and detail another, you should collapse them and make them look like this. You want to make them bigger if you want to close. So you can close from here. So the CLI console is also available, which is like a 40-gate firewall as well. 40-gate firewalls have the same feature. If you say okay, then socialise is done.

We click on here, and then from here you can dock, and when you click, it will dock again. And clipping means reducing or increasing their size. Clear the CLI screen and copy the last output. Okay, the last thing is deployment. Perhaps I overlooked something here. This one. If you want to deploy now, how will I know that I need to deploy?

Whenever you make some changes, there will be a small yellow ball icon. Suppose if I change something, let me go to policy or make some changes, whatever, and let me go here to change the host name to FTD again. So, if I switch to FTD save, So now, as you can see, there will be a small orange ball. So let's see if it comes up or not.

Some of the things are local, so they will not show up as objects. If you create objects, they are stored locally here. So sometimes it will not show you how to deploy these changes. So let's say I changed the name, and you see now there is a small orange ball and it says "pending changes." Whenever you make changes, you need to click here to deploy them to the FTD.

And they will show you that the last deployment was successfully completed on this date and time. And if you want to see the history, it will show you that as well. Whatever we've been up to, everything is here. So let me go back, and here they said you changed the name from FTD One to the pending version of FTD. And it's true. It was FTD 1. Now I've changed to FTD. And here is more action to discard the changes. Copy to the clipboard and save as a text file.

File this detail And if you say, "I'm not happy with this one," then you can discard all the changes. If you cancel this window or want to deploy now, it will deploy and you can close the window. It's fine; deployment is ongoing; there's no need for you to appear. You can come here again. And you can see, so there is no need to open the window. and you can continue your work. So this was the menu; this was related to the user. This was API. This is related to helping. This is a task list. What's going is gone. This one is to deploy the changes. The last one is CLI. Okay, so let me go through again if I missed something. I don't think so. It's okay.

20. Lecture-20: Configure & Verify Objects Firepower Device Manager

Objects What is an object?

Objects are essentially reusable containers. You put something in a container, and whenever you need, you can call them again when, later in the course, we will do object and detail. Object management will be covered later in the course, but for now, consider an object to be a container. If you want to use the same IP address every time you need to type it, why not create an object for it? And whenever you need them, you can call them and give them a useful name so they are easy to troubleshoot and understand, as well as a clean firewall. Where are these objects?

When you click on it, the object tab appears. So these are a different type of object, like network-related objects. network-related object. like a host name. Sorry. single IP range of IP Either the network range So you can create objects for those; you know, in the beginning, we create these objects for the ISP and for management, and these are by default there. Suppose if you want to create a network, you can click on "add network" and give the main name.

Consider my internal internal subnet, which you can describe. So my internal subnet is network, not host, not fully qualified domain name, not range, so an object. You can create these things. So my internal subnet is 109, 216810, and 24; this way, my object is ready. So whenever I need an internal subnet, I can call this object an access policy, an anet policy, and everywhere I need one, I can use this subject. And if you need a single object for a single IP, suppose my internal PC IP I don't know what the IP of this PC was. Suppose I want to utilise this PCIP.

This is one 10, so if I wanted to create an internal XP IP, I can use host and type; no need to type a subnet mask; and okay, my object is now ready for XP whenever I need it. So I can call this object. The same thing is that you can create a fully qualified domain name in the range mentioned here. With this, you can type a range command as well. This one is a group.

This was a single object. Let's say I want to create group one; let's say my internal subnet is fine, and let's say I want to add XP IP. So now I combine the internal subnet with XP. If you combine them, it's like a similar thing. Okay, so now my group one is ready whenever I need an internal subnet, and I know it's already covered already. You might think that XP is already covered by internal subnet, but I'm just giving an example of how you can call group whenever you need both at the same time.

So, within the group, we have this internal subnet, and XPI also needs to, so I think it's better to group host and something else, and if you want to delete, you can delete from here, and if you want to modify, you can modify by clicking on the pencil icon to edit now that it's there. So this is for a group, and this is for a single object. And if you want to filter suppose XP writedown, it will show you only XP-related stuff, and if you want to cancel, this is a network-related object, the same as one related to port.

So many ports are there already—29 objects are there. DNS is using port 53, and there is NTPA using this port whenever I need it. I can call this object one, two, three, and so many other things. When you need to repeat the same procedure for a single, group, and filter security zone, Syslog is five, one, four, and so many https://https://SMTP-telnet/. There are already two security zones by default; if you require another, click here. Assume DMZ DMZone is in routed mode and you can select an interface. Right now, none of my interfaces are active, so it will not accept interfaces, but let me press okay so you can create zones and attach zones to the interface.

So here you can create zones. So now I have a DMG zone that is in routed mode, and none of the interfaces are yet attached, but that's okay; we can attach them if I enable another interface application filter so they have a related application if you want to use any application.

So there are a lot of applications to choose from, and you can create objects for specific applications like this one; there are so many applications, like this one. Let me give it to them quickly. And suppose I want to use this one and open it.

Okay? In this manner, you can create both a shareable and a usable application. And again, just to filter them and add them to a new URL, like a URL for URL filtering, you can create a URL object here; type the URL up. Assume a Google.com object is ready, so I'll call it Googleobject, and whenever I need Google, I can call it and use its geolocation to find countries like the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Pakistan, and India; you can also create your own location.

Suppose Saudi Arabia So I say SA. And from here, you can filter SA. So, Saudi Arabia, let me choose anything because I'm going to search for Saudi Arabia right now and it's difficult to find, so I choose Saudi Arabia, and whenever I need to create a policy or anything else that requires your location, I can call SA.

So SA is nothing more than a double occurrence of South Europe. Again, you can delete, edit, and add from this page, as well as filter the syslog server. We just created one syslog server there. You know, it was asking me to object. So when I create an object there, it automatically creates one here. So, if you need a syslog server tomorrow, you can create it here and edit or delete it. This is related to Ike, Ipsic, and any other connections. So I don't want to go.

We'll use VPN. So I will show you there. It's related to the VPN's identity source. You can connect to RM such as active directory, reds server, LDAP server, and their details from here. If you need those objects, you can use this identity source. Identity source user You have the option of creating a user.

Again, it's related to identity source, and for management purposes, you can create users, okay. And you can repurpose them. The certificate is linked to the VPNSullivan secret key in the DNS group once more. So we have these two DNS groups. You saw when I was showing you DNS, so there were two written Cisco umbrellas, one for management and the other for this purpose.

And here they give us the option to create a group. So that group is basically here. So you can create the group here as well. and the same window opens there as well. So, in any case, you can create two IP systems in one group and one custom DNS system in the other. So you can edit as well as create a new group or list filter. So, if you have any logs to filter and SLM monitor related to route, we will do that, and SGT this related to square SGT, we will do that.

These are the objects that can be created and reused. They still have any connect-one application filter, certificate, geolocation, identity-one, all these VPN networks, ports, and a plethora of other things that you can create and reuse. So we create, for testing purposes, network objects and groups. And then we create a port object, a group for testing purposes if you want, and a security zone. We created the third one, DMGzone, and geolocation for testing purposes. So we don't have them. However, you can repurpose them by creating object gear. It functions as a container for storing any data. And the data can be anything we talk about here.

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