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FMC Identity Policy

The FMC Identity Policy is a requirement when we plan to use the users or group in our Access Control Policy. Many companies nowadays are moving away from the traditional ways of configuring the security policies based on the IP addresses. The main reasons of this is because using the IP addresses is not really scalable. And managing such security…

Cisco FMC Increase Events Rows

In this post I will show you how easily you can increase the number of the events displayed on each analysis page in Cisco FMC. The FMC by default shows up to 25 events per page. This is quite little if you are troubleshooting an issue or reviewing the analysis events. And also because moving from a page to another…

Add FTD to FMC

Adding a virtual or a physical FTD appliance to the FMC is a fairly simple process. In this post I will show you how to do it and we will be working on an FMC appliance running version 6.6.0. Cisco just released the version 6.6.0 which has a few new features and a bunch of improvements. However, like any other…

FMC AD Realm

In this post we will cover all the required steps to create a realm on Cisco FMC with AD, but let me first explain in a nutshell what is a realm and why we need it. There is a couple of requirements that we need to configure on the FMC before an identity policy can work properly. One of the…

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