An engineer is requesting an SSL certificate for a VPN load-balancing cluster in which two Cisco ASAs provide clientless SSLVPN access. The FQDN that users will enter to access the clientless VPN is asa.example.com, and users will be redirected to either asa1.example.com or asa2.example.com. The cluster FQDN and individual Cisco ASAs FQDNs resolve to IP addresses 192.168.0.1, 192.168.0.2, and 192.168.0.3 respectively. The issued certificate must be able to be used to validate the identity of either ASA in the cluster without returning any certificate validation errors. Which fields must be included in the certificate to meet these requirements?
An engineer is creating an URL object on Cisco FMC. How must it be configured so that the object will match for HTTPS traffic in an access control policy?
Use the FQDN including the subdomain for the website.According to the Firepower Management Center Configuration Guide, Version 6.61, when you create a URL object, you must use the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the website, including any subdomains, and omit the protocol prefix (HTTP or HTTPS). For example, to match www.example.com, you must enter www.example.com as the URL object value, not http://www.example.com or https://www.example.com. The system automatically matches both HTTP and HTTPS traffic for the same FQDN. Specifying the protocol to match (HTTP or HTTPS) is not required and will result in an invalid URL object. Using the subject common name from the website certificate or defining the path to the individual webpage that uses HTTPS are not supported options for URL objects.
A network administrator wants to block traffic to a known malware site at https:/www.badsite.com and all subdomains while ensuring no packets from any internal client are sent to that site. Which type of policy must the network administrator use to accomplish this goal?
The correct answer is A. Access Control policy with URL filtering. An Access Control policy is a type of policy that allows you to control how traffic is handled on your network based on various criteria, such as source and destination IP addresses, ports, protocols, applications, users, and URLs. URL filtering is a feature that enables you to block or allow traffic based on the URL category or reputation of the website. You can create custom URL objects to specify the exact URLs or domains that you want to block or allow. For example, you can create a URL object for https:/www.badsite.com and set it to block. This will prevent any traffic from reaching that site and any subdomains under it12.
A DMVPN spoke is configured with IKEv1 to secure the tunnel. Despite having a configuration similar to other working spokes, the tunnel is not coming up. Packet captures on the spoke show packets leaving the spoke router, but not making it to the hub router. Which solution resolves this issue?