[Translate to English:] Academy USP NAS Engineering Kurs- United Security Providers

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USP Network Authentication System® Engineering Course

The USP Network Authentication System® Engineering course is designed for system integrators and network specialists. In several steps, you will learn how to implement the USP Network Authentication System® into an existing network. Here you can register for the courses. 

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Goals and Target Group

You are familiar with the exciting topic of Network Access Control and you understand the challenges and threats associated with it. You know how the USP Network Authentication System® works and what it can do, and how it can help you get the most out of it and protect your network. Numerous practical examples will enable you to install, configure and operate the USP Network Authentication System® on your own.

The course is designed for

  • IT Security Engineers
  • Administrators & Operators
  • network engineers


The course is conducted by experienced integrators and security engineers from United Security Providers and focuses on the following topics (content & details):

  • Theory Network Access Control
    The basics around the topic NAC. Philosophies, best practices and experiences.
  • USP NAS - How does it work?
    Getting to know the NAC system of United Security Providers.
  • Basic Configuration
    Install the system from Image and configure the basic parameters.
  • Network Integration
    Configure switches, routers and WLAN infrastructure into the USP NAS.
  • USP NAS and Integration 802.1X
    Implementation of strong authentication using 802.1X, RADIUS Server and EAP-TTLS as well as PEAP.
  • USP NAS and surrounding systems
    Connection of inventory, monitoring and helpdesk systems
  • Policy Rules USP NAS
    How the policy rules work. Possibilities and limits - Adapting the system to an existing network landscape.
  • Roll-out
    Roll out NAC functionality and arming.


We recommend the following requirement profile in order to benefit optimally from the course contents:

  • General IT Network Know-how
  • Good TCP/IP knowledge
  • Very good knowledge of switching/routing and operation as well as configuration of network devices
  • Very good knowledge of WLAN infrastructure
  • RADIUS / 802.1X, SNMP, LDAP, SQL
  • Scripting, Unix-Commandline knowledge