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MX and Umbrella SIG IPSec Tunnel

Meraki Dashboard

Navigate to Security & SD-WAN > Site-to-site VPN > Select desired subnets to participate in VPN.

 

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In the Security & SD-WAN > Site-to-site VPN > Non-Meraki VPN peers section, select Add a peer.

 

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For the Non-Meraki VPN peers fields:

  • Name: Provide any sample name for the tunnel
  • Public IP: You will find this IP address in the article at https://docs.umbrella.com/umbrella-user-guide/docs/cisco-umbrella-data-centers
  • Local ID: You will get this string from Umbrella dashboard once you have completed creating a Network Tunnel Identity using PSK.
  • Private subnets: This will always be 0.0.0.0/0 You will be redirecting all internet bound traffic into the tunnels.
  • IPSec policies: Choose Preset of “Umbrella”.  This will populate all of the IPSec tunnel parameters necessary for Umbrella connectivity.
  • Preshared secret: You will get this string from Umbrella dashboard once you have completed creating a Network Tunnel Identity using PSK.
  • Availability: You will add the Tag here that you had defined earlier for the MX appliance that will be building the tunnels to Umbrella cloud.  If you want the configuration to apply to all networks, you can use the All option.

 

Verification of the Umbrella IPSec parameters can be viewed by selecting Umbrella

 

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Lastly, you will have to generate interesting traffic through the tunnel in order for the Umbrella dashboard to reflect active tunnel status. To generate interesting traffic, simply source pings from a VPN-participating VLAN (navigate to Security & SD-WAN > Appliance Status > Tools) to a destination IP address that would take the IPSec tunnel route.

 

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Meraki dashboard displaying an active Umbrella SIG IPSec tunnel (Security & SD-WAN > VPN Status) should look like the following:

 

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Umbrella Dashboard displaying an active IPSec tunnel to Meraki MX (Deployments > Network Tunnels) should look like the following:

 

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Validation

To validate traffic being sent to over the tunnel to SIG vs traffic not being sent over the tunnel we can connect to a network on a VLAN that is participating in tunnel and one that is not to observe the difference.

 

For this test we used the below configuration where the Default VLAN1 is not participating in VPN and the SIG VLAN10 is participating. This configuration can be viewed under Security & SD-WAN > Site-to-site VPN.

 

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Using a Wireless capable MX68CW two SSIDs were created. One on VLAN1 and the other on VLAN10.

 

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When a device connects to the SSID SIG1, it receives an IP on VLAN10.

 

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When the device accesses the Internet, the traffic will have a NAT address from Umbrella.

 

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When a device connects to the SSID DIA, it receives an IP on VLAN1.

 

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When the device accesses the Internet, the traffic will have a NAT address from the MX Internet Interface.

 

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Abstract


In present era, organizations use cloud in a variety of different service models and deployment models. So the cloud providers must ensure the security of their infrastructure and the protection of clients’ data and applications against malwares. Cloud security architecture is effective only if correct defensive implementations are in place. A secure Web gateway (SWG) is a solution that filters malware from user-initiated Internet traffic to enforce corporate and regulatory policy compliance. SWGs were originally used for bandwidth and access controls; they are nowadays also helpful in threat protection. But they usually do so ineffectively and in an inelegant manner. Moreover deployment of SWG is complex, and in order to avail protection, agents or PAC (Proxy auto- config) files are required to be installed. The SWG is not competent enough to properly secure the users in this mobile, cloud-era. These challenges are addressed and users are protected everywhere effectively by using a new category called Secure Internet Gateway (SIG). A SIG is a cloud-delivered internet gateway that provides safe and secure access to the users wherever they go, even when the users are off the VPN/network. Whenever initiation of internet requests is made, it is first checked and inspected by a SIG. Cisco Umbrella is Cisco’s first SIG in the cloud. The aim of this paper is to gain an insight into the features of Cisco Umbrella - a Cloud-based Secure Internet Gateway.

Keywords: Cisco Umbrella; OpenDNS; Off-Network Security; Threat Intelligence; Cloud-delivered network security.


Copyright (c) 2017 International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science



Sours: http://www.ijarcs.info/index.php/Ijarcs/article/view/2914

Welcome to Cisco Umbrella

Umbrella is Cisco's cloud-based Secure Internet Gateway (SIG) platform that provides you with multiple levels of defense against internet-based threats. Umbrella integrates secure web gateway, firewall, DNS-layer security, and cloud access security broker (CASB) functionality to protect your systems against threats. The quickest way to get started is to open your favorite browser, log into your Umbrella dashboard at http://dashboard.umbrella.com, register a network by adding a network identity, and then point your DNS to Umbrella.

Note: Public IP traffic from SIG users will appear to come from the address ranges 146.112.0.0/16 and 155.190.0.0/18. Depending on your organization, you may be required to inform service providers that you access through the Umbrella service of these additional IP address ranges. For example, some service providers require prior knowledge of the IP address ranges used before allowing access to their service.

Umbrella Packages and Feature Availability

Not all features described here are available to all Umbrella packages. For example, the intelligent proxy is not available to all packages. To determine your current package, navigate to Admin > Licensing. For more information, see Determine Your Current Package.

If you encounter a feature described here that you do not have access to, contact your sales representative for more information. See also, Cisco Umbrella Packages.


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About Umbrella

Umbrella is Cisco's cloud-based Secure Internet Gateway (SIG) platform that provides you with multiple levels of defense against internet-based threats. Umbrella integrates secure web gateway, firewall, DNS-layer security, and cloud access security broker (CASB) functionality to protect your systemsagainst threats. By utilizing SIG and DNS protection, the ASA devices are protected with both the local DNS inspection policy on your device and the Umbrella cloud-based DNS inspection policy. By providing several ways to inspect and detect incoming traffic, Umbrella makes the ASA device comparable to FTD next-generation firewall (NGFW).

At this time, CDO only supports ASA integration with an Umbrella organization. 

Build a Bridge to SASE

Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is a forward-thinking framework in which networking and security functions converge into a single integrated service that works at the cloud edge to deliver protection and performance. This effort provides a way to consolidate services safely and securely, regardless of your location, and allows you to control and manage your network no matter the size of your organization. Reduced complexity and an agile take of management means your deployments are simple, scalable, and and secure.

What is an Umbrella Organization?

An Umbrella organization is a group of users with varying user roles that are associated with a single license key; a single user can have access to multiple Umbrella organizations. Every Umbrella organization is a separate instance of Umbrella and has its own dashboard. Organizations are identified by their name and their organization ID (Org ID). The Org ID is used to identify your organization for deploying components such as virtual appliances, and sometimes support may request your Org ID. 

Note: You must know your organization ID in order to onboard an Umbrella organization.

What is a SIG Tunnel?

A Secure Internet Gateway (SIG) tunnel is an instance of a SIG IPSec (Internet Protocol Security) tunnel that occurs between the ASA and Umbrella, where all internet-bound traffic is forwarded to Umbrella SIG for inspection and filtering. This solution provides centralized management for security so network administrators do not have to separately manage security settings for each branch.

When you onboard an Umbrella organization that has tunnels configured, these tunnels are listed in CDO's Site-to-site VPN page. To create a SASE tunnel for your Umbrella organization from the CDO UI, see Configure a SASE Tunnel for Umbrella. 

Note: If you onboard an Umbrella organization and its peer devices, the Site-to-site VPN page combines all the devices to the tunnel associated with that organization into a single entry. To manually refresh the Tunnels page and read in any changes made from the Umbrella dashboard, see Read Umbrella Tunnel Configuration.

How does CDO Manage Umbrella?

You must onboard the Umbrella organization as well as any ASA devices associated with the organization.

When an ASA device is associated with an Umbrella cloud, the connection requires a site-to-site VPN SIG tunnel to create a secure connection between the device and the cloud. CDO communicates with both the Umbrella organization and the ASA devices. This dual-communication method allows CDO to instantly detect changes in configuration or tunnel changes, and immediately alert you to an out-of-bound changes, errors, or unhealthy states for Umbrella, the ASA, and the tunnels. 

When you onboard an Umbrella organization to CDO, you onboard with the organization's API key and Secret, both of which are unique to the organization and the ASA devices associated with that organization. CDO communicates to the Umbrella cloud with the Umbrella API, using the API key and Secret used to onboard the organization to request and send information about the ASA devices. This level of communication does not compromise the SIG tunnel that exists between the ASA and the Umbrella cloud. 

Once an Umbrella organization is onboarded, the Devices & Services page displays any detected ASA devices associated with the org as "peers", and notes whether the devices are onboarded to CDO or not. If a peer device is not already onboarded, you have the option to onboard directly from that page by clicking Onboard Device. When an ASA device that is associated with an Umbrella organization is onboarded to CDO, the Devices & Services page displays the relationship and the VPN Tunnels page shows the tunnels between the device and the organization. If an ASA device that is associated with an organization is not onboarded to CDO, the tunnels associated with the device are displayed in the VPN Tunnels and you can opt to onboard the device directly from this page.

How do I access the Umbrella Cloud from CDO?

Once the Umbrella organization is successfully onboarded onto CDO, you can cross-launch to the organization's dashboard or to the Umbrella Tunnels page from the CDO UI. 

See Cross-launch from CDO to the Umbrella Cloud for more information. 

Prerequisites

Supported Hardware and Software

Umbrella organizations are cloud-based and thusly version-less. Note that when you onboard an Umbrella organization to CDO, you are only able to associate that organization with an ASA device.

For Umbrella integration, CDO supports ASA devices running 9.1.2 and later. For a list of ASA device models that CDO supports, see Software and Hardware Supported by CDO. 

Configuration Requirements

Umbrella Licensing

In order to successfully onboard an Umbrella organization to CDO, you must have one of the following license packages selected:

  • Umbrella SIG Essentials
  • SIG Advantage

Onboarding

To successfully manage an Umbrella account, you must onboard both the Umbrella organization and the ASA devices associated with it. Once you onboard an Umbrella organization, CDO reads any existing ASA tunnels associated with the organization and monitor the health status of these tunnels as well as any additional tunnels you create and associate with the organization. Before you onboard an Umbrella organization, review the general device requirements and onboarding prerequisites. See the prerequisites for more information.

If you happen to onboard an Umbrella organization before onboarding any ASA devices associated with it, you can view the ASA peer from the Site-to-site VPN page and onboard the device from the VPN page. 

Note: If you have an ASA pair configured for failover, you must only onboard the active device of the two peers. Onboarding both the active and the standby devices to CDO may generate duplicate tunnel information for SASE tunnels that are already configured in Umbrella.  

Monitoring Your Network

CDO provides reports summarizing the impact of your security policies and methods of viewing notable events triggered by those security policies. CDO also logs the changes you make to your devices and provides you with a way to label those changes so you can associate the work you commit in CDO with a help ticket or other operational request.

Change Log 

The change log continuously captures configuration changes as they are made in CDO. This single view includes changes across all supported devices and services. Because Umbrella is a cloud-based product, changes are immediately deployed.

 These are some of the features of the change log:

  • Side-by-side comparison of changes made to device configuration
  • Plain-English labels for all change log entries.
  • Records on-boarding and removal of devices.
  • Detection of policy change conflicts occurring outside of CDO.
  • Answers who, what, and when during an incident investigation or troubleshooting.
  • The full change log, or only a portion, can be downloaded as a CSV file.

Note that when you create, edit, or delete a SASE tunnel associated with an Umbrella organization, the request and configuration changes appear for the Umbrella organization and any ASA device associated with it. See Read Configuration Changes from an ASA to CDO and Change Log Entries after Reading Changes from an ASA for more information. 

Sours: https://docs.defenseorchestrator.com/Welcome_to_Cisco_Defense_Orchestrator/Managing_Umbrella_with_Cisco_Defense_Orchestrator
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Security challenges

With these shifts, centralized security policy enforcement diminishes, and the risk of successful attacks or compliance violations increases. Security teams struggle to keep up. Many organizations have lots of separate point solutions that are difficult to integrate and manage. Sixty-four percent of organizations reported that network security at the edge has become more difficult than it was 2 years ago. And, 26% said that the number of disparate network security tools was a major contributor to that increased difficulty.1 These point products are generating thousands of alerts, but many go untouched. In fact, 52% of daily alerts are not investigated.

IT security pain points

Network decentralization and the accompanying security challenges underlie the top IT security pain points with which organization of all sizes, in all industries grapple. To lessen the pain (and create new value) security leaders are moving toward consolidated, cloud-delivered solutions that provide broad protection for users while also simplifying the environment, reducing bandwidth costs, and relieving resource constraints.



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