How to pass the WatchGuard Fireware Essentials Exam Blog

The IT sector has seen a boom in recent years. This sector can lead to a lot of money. These certifications are very challenging because they help you to find the right path for you. You will be able to stand out from the crowd by being professionally involved in the area you are most passionate about. However, there is no free lunch in the world. To pass the exam, you will need to put in a lot of effort and have the right resources. The WatchGuard Fireware Essentials exam will test your knowledge of how to manage, configure, and monitor a WatchGuard Firebox.
What is the WatchGuard Fireware Essentials Examination?
The WatchGuard Fireware Essentials exam tests you knowledge of how to manage, configure, and monitor a WatchGuard Firebox. This exam is for network administrators who are familiar with Fireware v12.2.1 and have experience in configuring and managing Firebox devices. Now that we know what certification is, we can move on to the next step, which will include gathering basic information about the exam.
Exam Overview
WatchGuard Fireware Essentials exam has 60 questions that must be answered within 2 hours. The exam is composed of –
First, Multiple Choice
Second, Multiple Selection
Then, True Or False
Also, matchmaking questions
The exam will cost approximately 200 USD. The passing score for the exam will be 75%. WatchGuard does NOT require any prerequisites for the exam. For better exam performance, it is recommended that you complete the Fireware Essentials instructor-led training course. The next step is to review the detailed course outline for exam. It is important to ensure that you have read the entire course outline thoroughly and are not missing any important topics.
Course outline
The WatchGuard Fireware Essentials Certification Exam covers 7 domains. Each domain is further divided into subtopics for a better understanding of exam topics.
Device Administration – 20%
Configure and install a Firebox/XTM device using the default security settings
Afterwards, Connect to Fireware XTM web UI Edit a device’s configuration in Policy Manager
Install a feature key
Upgrade and downgrade Fireware XTMOS
Create a device backup image
Remote administration is possible
Additionally, configure role-based administration
Fireware’s default threat protection features are explained
Authentication- 5%
Firebox authentication configuration for users and groups
Next, configure user authentication with a Third-Party Authentication Server
Device Monitoring, Logging and Reporting-15%
WatchGuard System Manager or Firebox System Manager can be used to monitor a device
You can then use Dimension to monitor your device.
Firebox System Manager can run diagnostic tasks
Also, set up a WatchGuard Log Server
Log in to a WatchGuard Log Server or Dimension Log Server.
You can also review log messages from a Firebox and XTM device.
Learn how to enable logging for reports
Networking and Network Address Translation – -15%
Configure an external, trusted or optional interface
Also, configure secondary network on an interface
Add a static route and then read the Route table
Also, Configure DNS and WINS, and why it is important
Learn when to use dynamic, 1-to-1, static NAT and NAT loopback
Configure dynamic NAT and 1-to-1 NAT.
Policies, Proxies and Application Layer Gateways-15%
Understanding the policy precedence
Also, understand the function of default firewall policies
Learn the functions of both incoming and outgoing proxy actions
You can also configure policies for different users or groups
Firebox authentication configuration for users and groups
Finally, configure a Firebox for third-party authentication
Subscription Services – 15%
Configure Application Control, WebBlocker, spamBlocker, Gateway AntiVirus,

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