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Chooo Chooo!  The TrustSec Trains keeps rolling down the tracks in this latest entry.  We’ve made stops along the way to tell you what TrustSec is, to give you a primer to TrustSec, to dig into the TrustSec classification, and now we move on to TrustSec Propagation!  Right, so let’s go*! 

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Notepad++ for the Modern Network Engineer

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Platform requirements

The migration tool requires the following to run:

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As promised, in this entry to our ISE blog series we are going to begin our adventure into Cisco TrustSec, or CTS for short.  When I am approaching a new technology, I find it helpful to not only understand what it is, but also why it exists.  So, in this post, we’re going to attempt to cover just that; what is Cisco TrustSec and why do I care?

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Currently I am working on a project where I am going through and optimizing a large set of Access Control Lists (ACL) on a set of 5585 Firewalls.  While going through each ACL I have noticed a few mistakes other engineers have made while configuring these rules.  I have compiled a list of these common mistakes.  The focus of this blog will be around ACLs on Cisco ASA’s; however these rules still...

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