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March 31, 2012  1:20 PM

Cisco ASA 9.x – Coming Soon



Posted by: Joshua Wood
9 OS, ASA, ASA-x, Cisco, CoA

Hi all, The ASA-X series has come out with a steady stream of new features over the last few months. One thing that is coming out that hasn’t been announced at the time of this writing is the ASA 9.x ASA OS. What are some of the features that will be in the new ASA 9x code? Glad you...

March 30, 2012  11:15 PM

Cisco ASA X Series – Introduction



Posted by: Joshua Wood
ASA, Cisco, X series

Hi all, Cisco’s ASA series of firewalls has been around for some time. The product line and the corresponding technology has moved along at a decent but not break neck pace. When it comes to security products you want the tried and trusted product, not the flashy new kid on the block. Cisco has...


November 27, 2011  8:17 PM

Cisco – Virtual ASA Firewall



Posted by: Joshua Wood
1000v, ASA, Cisco, cloud firewall, virtual

Hi all, Cisco has been making a solid effort in recent times to free themselves of the requirement of hardware in order to use their services. This is a great idea and one that I have supported in many of my blog posts. Recently Cisco announced that they will be introducing a virtual ASA. The...


October 29, 2011  4:42 PM

Cisco Should Make Products Not Hardware



Posted by: Joshua Wood
ASA, Cisco, hardware, ISE, ISR G2, prodcuts, VMware

Hi all, I like Cisco. Someone would say I love Cisco. They make great products. They fill the voids that are in the market with solid solutions but here is what I don't understand, perhaps you can enlighten me. Why isn't Cisco moving towards a services focus more than a hardware one. I have said...


September 30, 2011  2:34 PM

Cisco IOS ZFW vs ASA



Posted by: Joshua Wood
ASA, Cisco, IOS, ISR G2, ZFW

Hi all, the ASA is Cisco’s premiere firewall solution with most of their marketing leading people towards the ASA when they need a firewall. The Cisco IOS has more features, more horse power and is more flexible than the ASA. This leads you to question why Cisco just doesn’t use the licensing...


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