The course ware of F5 Networks Configuring BIG-IP AFM v12: Advanced Firewall Manager (F5-AFM-12) is a combination of theory and practical. It is designed by subject experts to provide an authentic learning experience to students, starting from the installation to effectively using the firewall, and protect against Denial of service attacks.
Lab work is also part of the cyber security classes to facilitate practical learning experience. It allows students to utilize theoretical knowledge o working with a firewall. They learn and practice on real life interface to not only configure and build AFM network firewall, but also to detect and protect against potential threats of DoS for DNS and SIP traffic. Students also get to learn about reporting and log facilities.
A Network Engineer makes up to $77,484 per year.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Installation and setup of the BIG-IP AFM system
AFM network firewall concepts
Network firewall options and modes
Network firewall rules, policies, address/port lists , rule lists and schedules
IP Intelligence facilities of dynamic black and white lists, IP reputation database and dynamic IP shunning.
Detection and mitigation of DoS attacks
Event logging of firewall rules and DoS attacks
Reporting and notification facilities
DNS Firewall and DNS DoS
Network Firewall and DoS iRules
Various AFM component troubleshooting commands
This course is intended for:
Network operators, network administrators, network engineers, network architects, security administrators, and security architects responsible for installation, setup, configuration, and administration of the BIG-IP Advanced Firewall Manager (AFM) system.
Administering BIG-IP, OSI model, TCP/IP addressing and routing, WAN, LAN environments, and server redundancy concepts; or having achieved TMOS Administration Certification
F5 Networks Administering BIG-IP v12 (F5-NetAdmin-v12)
|Subjects||IT Ops & Management|
|Learning Style||Virtual Classroom|
|Course Duration||2 Days|