The Cisco Firepower eXtensible Operating System (FXOS) chassis is a next-generation platform for network and content security solutions. The FXOS chassis is part of the Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) Security Solution and provides an agile, open, secure platform that is built for scalability, consistent control, and simplified management.
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Cisco Preparative Procedures & Operational User Guide 3 Before Installation Before you install your appliance, Cisco highly recommends that the users must consider the following: Locate the Cisco FirePOWER System appliance in a lockable rack within a secure location that prevents access by unauthorized personnel.
Cisco Preparative Procedures & Operational User Guide Audience This document is written for administrators configuring the Cisco Firepower system 4100 and 9300. This document assumes you are familiar with networks and network terminology, that you are a trusted individual, and that you are trained to use the Internet and its associated terms and applications.
4.2 Auditable Events The appliances that are part of the Cisco FP 4100 and 9300 System generate an audit record for each user interaction with the web interface, and also record system status messages in the system log. For the CLI, the appliance also generates an audit record for every action executed.
Application—Application images are the software images you want to deploy on the security module/engine of the FXOS chassis. Application images are delivered as Cisco Secure Package files (CSP) and are stored on the supervisor until deployed to a security module/engine as part of logical device creation or in preparation for later logical device creation.
Cisco Preparative Procedures & Operational User Guide 4.6 Self-Tests Cisco products perform a suite of FIPS 140-2 self-tests during power-up and re-boot. If any of the self- test fails, the product will not enter operational state. If this occurs, please re-boot the appliance. If the product still does not enter operational state, please contact Cisco Support (e-mail support@Cisco.com...