We’ve got content to cover ASA’s, Firepower, and Palo Alto Firewalls!
ASA firewalls’s have been around for some time, and are quite popular. Even if you’re not a fan, you’ll need to support one sooner or later.
More recently, Cisco added Firepower to their security line up. Firepower is an advanced IPS system that can be integrated into an ASA platform.
With these advancements, there is now the Classic ASA, ASA with Firepower Services, and Firepower Threat Defence.
Whichever option you use, you’ll find something here to help you along your way.
- Updating Palo Alto HA Firewalls
- ASA Policy Based VPN
- ASA Route Based VPN
- ASA Hidden from Traceroute
- ASA – Security Levels
- ASA Multiple Context Mode
- ASA Cluster
- ASA REST
- Firepower Management Centre
- ASA Privilege Levels
- ICMP Inspection
- Troubleshooting Palo Alto Firewalls
Updating the ASA
How to select a suitable ASA version, and apply the update
ASA's can be added to a cluster for high availability and load sharing. See how it works
A physical ASA can be divided into several virtual ASA's for scalability and isolation