"- WRT to Cisco's Clean Access product though, we were told by Cisco
reps at the RSA booth that Cisco TAC won't support a Clean Access
product running the latest plugins from Tenable. We've also asked
them to remove the reference in their docs about downloading Nessus
plugins from Tenable.
Tenable Network Security "
- Does this mean that the next revision of CCA will not by supported by nessus 3.0 at all?
- There are so many plugins available does any body have a list of the most common plugins used and at how many plugins should be active before you see a noticable delay in login time.
- for 3.6(2) you have to manually update your plugins the process for doing this is not on cco. From what I can gather you have to take the plugins.tar.gz file unzip it and add the plugins manually and rezip it as plugins.tar.gz again is that correct?
- Any suggestions or deployments of scanning methods deployed on your network are appreciated.
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Types used with Twice NAT / Manual NAT and Network Obje...
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NAT-T works. Background: ESP encrypts all critical information,
encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
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