In a previous blog post I explained that Intent Based Networking not only intoduces new technology but that it also requires change in the way we operate network infrastructures. And that it is in fact a journey, but how do you get started on that journey? With your existing network infrastructure? It’s impossible to throw away every piece of equiment and design and start greenfield.
With Firepower Threat Defense (FTD) version 6.2 Cisco has introduced the remote access VPN functionality from the ASA firewall software. For an overview of the differences, you could read a previous post. With FTD 6.2.2 (released in september) this feature is now also avaialble on the ASA platforms. With a week of PTO planned, it was time to configure and test RA VPN on my home environment. (more…)
Yesterday (5 sept) Cisco finally released Firepower Threat Defense 6.2.2 Now is a new update not always a big thing but this specific release had me waiting for quite some time. Key to this release is the support of remote access VPN (e.g. anyconnect) in the FTD image. So FTD was already available on ASA5500-X platform, but if you used anyconnect on your ASA, you just had to wait for this release. But what now is the difference between Firepower on ASA and FTD.. (more…)