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Traceroute through Firepower Threat Defense

Nearly eight years ago, I wrote an article about configuring the ASA to permit Traceroute and how to make the device show up in the output. That article is still relevant and gets quite a few hits every day. I … Continue reading

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Connecting Postman to Firepower Management Center API

A few months back, I wrote an article about my Initial Observation on the Firepower FMC API.┬áToday’s article takes this one step further with a step-to-step guide to connecting Postman to the FMC API. It is worth noting that this … Continue reading

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Redirecting DNS Requests to Umbrella with FTD

A few days ago I shared an article that described redirecting DNS requests with ASA. A good use case for this might be if an organization is using Cisco Umbrella but there is no way to get every host is … Continue reading

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When Firepower Management Center Goes Offline

A typical Firepower deployment consists of a management component and a managed device. The management component is known as Firepower Management Center (FMC). The managed device is the NGIPS or NGFW itself and would be leveraging the Firepower or the … Continue reading

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Firepower FMC API – Initial Observations

As many of you know, I am not a developer but I do occasionally hack stuff together. This article is just some of the initial things I have learned working with the Firepower Management Console API. A good place to … Continue reading

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Using Geolocation in Firepower Access Control Policies

The use of geolocation is fairly obvious in monitoring networks with Firepower Management Center. What may be less obvious is that Continents and Countries can also be specified as the source or destination of connections in an Access Control Policy. … Continue reading

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