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Table of Contents Chapter 1 Evaluating the Cisco ASA VPN Subsystem .......................................3 Chapter 2 Deploying Cisco ASA IPsec VPN Solutions ............................. 42 Chapter 3 Deploying Cisco ASA AnyConnect Remote-Access SSL VPN Solutions..............................109 Chapter 4 Deploying Clientless RemoteAccess SSL VPN Solutions ................148 Chapter 5 Deploying Advanced Cisco ASA VPN Solutions .............................184

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Cristian Matei

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Cristian Matei, CCIE No. 23684, is a senior security consultant for Datanet Systems, Cisco Gold Partner in Romania. He has designed, implemented, and maintained multiple large enterprise networks, covering the Cisco security, routing, switching, service provider, and wireless portfolios of products. Cristian started this journey back in 2005 with Microsoft technology and finished the MCSE Security and MCSE Messaging tracks. He then joined Datanet Systems, where he quickly obtained his Security and Routing & Switching CCIE, among other certifications and specializations, such as CCNP, CCSP, and CCDP. Cristian has been a Cisco Certified Systems Instructor (CCSI) since 2007, teaching CCNA, CCNP, and CCSP curriculum courses. In 2009, he received a Cisco Trusted Technical Advisor (TTA) award and became certified as a Cisco IronPort Certified Security Professional (CICSP) on E-mail and Web. That same year, he started his collaboration with Internetwork Expert as a technical editor on the CCIE Routing & Switching and Security Workbook series. In 2010, he received his ISACA Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) certification. He is currently preparing for Service Provider CCIE and CCDE tracks and can be found as a regular and active member on Internetwork Expert and…...

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