JN0-533 FWV, Specialist (JNCIS-FWV)

JNCIS-FWV Exam Objectives (Exam: JN0-533)

System Setup and Initial Configuration
Identify the concepts and components of ScreenOS software
Security architecture components
Packet flow and decision process
IPv6 packet handling
ScreenOS firewall/VPN product lines
System components
Demonstrate knowledge of how to configure basic elements of ScreenOS software
Interfaces
Zones
Management access and services
User accounts and authentication
Administrative lockout options
DNS configuration
NTP configuration
Describe how to configure and monitor interfaces
VLANs, aggregated Ethernet
Management interface
Bridge Group
Tunnel interfaces
Loopback interface
Interface modes
Redundant Ethernet
Identify the concepts and functionality of virtual systems (vsys)
vsys interfaces and zones
Inter-vsys routing
Profiles
CPU resource management

Layer 3 Operations
Identify the concepts and functionality of Layer 3 operations (IPv4 and IPv6)
Routing lookup flow
Virtual routers
Static and default routing
Dynamic routing – RIP, OSPF, BGP
Considerations for routing over VPNs
Route optimization and aggregation
Route redistribution; access lists and route maps
Source-based vs. policy-based routing
IPv6 modes
Demonstrate knowledge of how to configure, monitor and troubleshoot Layer 3 operations (IPv4 and IPv6)
Zones
Interfaces
IP addressing
Virtual router
Static/default routes, including floating static routes
RIP
OSPF
BGP
Redistribution
Access lists and route maps
Source-based and policy-based routing
Layer 3 verification
Layer 3 troubleshooting – get vrouter, debug, flow filter, session table

Security Policies
Identify the concepts and functionality of security policies
Zones and policies
Policy components
Policy options
Policy ordering
Policy scheduling
Global policies
Multicell policies
Address books
Policing and guaranteed bandwidth
Services
Demonstrate knowledge of how to configure, monitor and troubleshoot security policies
Address books and address groups
Services and service groups
Policy verification
Policy troubleshooting – debug, get session

NAT

Identify the concepts and functionality of NAT
Interface-based vs. policy-based NAT
NAT type usage
Source NAT (NAT-src)
Dynamic IP addresses (DIP)
Destination NAT (NAT-dst)
Virtual IP addresses (VIP)
Mapped IP addresses (MIP)
Precedence
Demonstrate knowledge of how to configure, monitor and troubleshoot NAT
Policy-based NAT
Dynamic IP addresses (DIP)
Reachability/Routing
VIP and MIP
NAT verification
NAT troubleshooting – debug, get session, and traffic logs

IPsec VPNs
Identify the concepts and functionality of IPsec VPNs
Secure VPN characteristics and components
Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP)
Authentication Header (AH)
IPsec tunnel establishment – Internet Key Exchange (IKE)
Hub-and-spoke IPsec VPNs
Policy-based vs. route-based IPsec VPNs
Next-hop tunnel binding (NHTB)
Next Hop Resolution Protocol (NHRP)
Fixed vs. dynamic peers
Tunnel interfaces
Preshared keys
VPN Monitor
Demonstrate knowledge of how to configure, monitor and troubleshoot IPsec VPNs
Interfaces
Objects
IKE
Policy
Routing
VPN Monitor
IPsec VPN verification
IPsec VPN troubleshooting – system/event log, debug, get ike, get sa

High Availability
Identify the concepts and requirements for high availability (HA) in a ScreenOS firewall/VPN environment
NetScreen Redundancy Protocol (NSRP) characteristics
NSRP modes; usage guidelines
Links, ports and zones
Virtual security device (VSD), virtual security interfaces (VSI) and VSD groups
VSD states
Run-time objects (RTOs)
HA probes
Failover tuning
IP tracking
Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)
Redundant interfaces
Links between the firewalls
Redundant VPN gateways
Demonstrate knowledge of how to configure, monitor and troubleshoot HA
HA link
Cluster settings
Interfaces
VSD settings
RTO synchronization
Tracking and monitoring
Redundant interface
HA verification
HA monitoring for VPNs – IKE heartbeats, dead peer detection
HA troubleshooting – debug, get interface, get nsrp stats

Attack Prevention
Describe the purpose, configuration and operation of Screens
Attack types and phases
Screen options
Best practices
Configuration, verification and troubleshooting
Describe the purpose, configuration and operation of deep inspection (DI)
Attack object database
Custom attack objects
Signature database update methods
DI policies and actions
Licensing
Configuration, verification and troubleshooting
Describe the purpose, configuration and operation of Unified Threat Management (UTM)
Antispam profiles
Actions
Spam block list (SBL)
Antivirus scanning methods and options
Antivirus flow process
Licensing
Web filtering features and solutions
Data flow
Search order
White lists, black lists and categories
Configuration, verification and troubleshooting

System Administration, Management and Monitoring
Demonstrate knowledge of how to manage and monitor a ScreenOS firewall/VPN environment
File management
Password recovery
Licensing
Logs
Syslog
SNMP
Alarms
Counters


QUESTION 1
Which ScreenOS security feature helps protect against port scans and denial of service attacks?

A. session-based stateful firewall
B. IPsec VPNs
C. security policies
D. Screen options

Answer: B

Explanation:


QUESTION 2
What is the initial default username and password for all ScreenOS devices?

A. administrator/password
B. root/password
C. netscreen/netscreen
D. admin/netscreen1

Answer: D

Explanation:


QUESTION 3
What is a virtual system?

A. a mechanism to logically partition a single ScreenOS device into multiple logical devices
B. a collection of subnets and interfaces sharing identical security requirements
C. a method of providing a secure connection across a network
D. a tool to protect against DoS attacks

Answer: C

Explanation:


QUESTION 4
What is a zone?

A. a set of rules that controls traffic from a specified source to a specified destination using a
specified service
B. a collection of subnets and interfaces sharing identical security requirements
C. a method of providing a secure connection across a network
D. a tool to protect against DoS attacks

Answer: C

Explanation:


QUESTION 5
What is the function of NAT?

A. It performs Layer 3 routing.
B. It evaluates and redirects matching traffic into secure tunnels.
C. It provides translation between IP addresses.
D. It performs Layer 2 switching.

Answer: B

Explanation:

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