SonicWall Network Security Administrator (SNSA)

SonicWall Network Security Administrator (SNSA)  ANZ Course Schedule 

Duration : Two days

Ready to earn your SonicWall Network Security Administrator (SNSA) certification? 

SonicWall is hosting two-day courses in Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Wellington and Auckland. 


These instructor-led classroom courses are designed for security engineers, security administrators, 

network engineers and network administrators who want to take the SNSA certification exam.


The training is split between 80 percent of hands-on labs and 20 percent lecture-based content. 

It provides the background, knowledge and experience needed to pass your SNSA certification exam.


The SonicWall Network Security Administrator (SNSA) training curriculum is designed to teach students specific SonicWall network security technology. 

The course will provide students with the skills to successfully implement and configure SonicWall firewall appliances and security services. 

SonicWall recommends this course for networking professionals responsible for the daily operation of one or more security appliances.

The training is split between 80 percent of hands-on labs and 20 percent lecture-based content. It provides the background, knowledge and experience needed to pass your SNSA certification exam.


Course Overview:

This course provides you with the background, knowledge, and hands-on experience to begin setting up Basic Firewall Components that will guide you through the process of
creating zones on the firewalls,
configuring virtual interfaces,
creating host address and service objects,
deploying NAT policies,
configuring access rules.

Once you have completed the SonicWall Network Security Administrator (SNSA) course, you are eligible to take the SonicWall Network Security Administrator (SNSA) certification exam.


SonicWall Network Security Administrator  (SNSA) Instructor Led Modules:

Session 0: Program Overview and Reference Architecture

Session 1: Setting up Basic Firewall Components

Session 2: Unified Threat Management

Session 3: Secure Access

Session 4: Secure Access (continued)

Session 5: Deep Packet In/spection (DPI SSL)

Session 6: Content Filtering

Session 7: Application Control

Session 8: Scalability and Reliability

Session 9: High Availability