About this Exam:
This intermediate-level 30 Minutes 300-208 Practice Exam is specifically designed for Channel Partners, Employees, Customers, and Network Security Engineers. This practice exam accredits the skills and knowledge of a Network Security Engineer in Router & Switches Security, Firewall Deployment, Management, and Troubleshooting, and Networking Devices Maintenance.
The 300-208 is an integral certification exam for IT Professionals and Network Engineers and is the second of the four essential certifications needed to attain the CCNP Security Certification. The other three include the 300-206. 300-209, and 300-210 Certification related to Cisco Edge Network Security Solution Implementation, Secure Mobility Solutions Implementation, and Threat Control Solutions Implementation.
The CCNP Security Certification is perfect for professionals who want to succeed in their professional careers and successfully land jobs in high-profile and large-scale Information Technology Firms & Organizations.
The core objective of this course is to help professionals train and prepare for the 300-208 Certification Exam. The 300-208 is the second of the four essential exams candidates need to clear to attain the CCNP Security Certification.
This course is specifically tailored for the following group of professionals and interested candidates:
- Channel Partners & Customers
- Experienced Employees
- Security Professionals & Experts
- Cisco Network Security Engineers
- Professionals liable for Routers & Switches Security
- Candidates having experience in Firewall Deployment, Support, and Troubleshooting
Professionals planning to enroll in the Practice Exam – 300-208: Implementing Cisco Secure Access Solutions (SISAS) must comply with the following prerequisites:
- Fundamental Knowledge of Cisco Prime Infrastructure & Identity Services Engine
- Conceptual Understanding of Metageek Channelizer Software
- Familiarity with Voice Signaling Protocols & Quality of Service Fundamentals
- Fundamental Know-how of Cisco Application Visibility Control
Conceptual Understanding of LAN Switching