Umbrella DNS-layer security is straightforward to deploy and is effective in protecting your systems. We recommend that you deploy the DNS-layer security on all networks to protect users and devices. For more information about setting up Umbrella DNS-layer security, see Set Up DNS-Layer Security.
- Learn about the product features in your Umbrella package. For more information, see Determine Your Current Package.
- Log into Umbrella and identify your organization ID. You can locate your organization ID through your dashboard URL. For more information, see Find Your Organization ID.
- Review the Umbrella DNS policies and map out the internet entities and users and groups in your environment. For more information, see Manage Policies.
- Provision users and roles, and set up authentication. For more information, see Manage User Roles.
You can deploy various network entities, client connectors, and traffic forwarders with Umbrella.
Note: Cisco works in good faith with customers to resolve any excessive usage. If usage cannot be sufficiently reduced by a customer, it may become necessary to purchase additional Covered Users in order to reduce bandwidth or query limits to acceptable levels.
|Traffic Forwarders, Client Connectors||DNS-Layer Security||Intelligent Proxy|
|Umbrella Roaming Client (macOS, Windows)|
|Umbrella mobile client app|
iOS (Cisco Security Connector (CSC))
Android (Cisco Secure Client (Android OS))
|Umbrella Chromebook client|
|Umbrella Virtual Appliance|
| Cisco AnyConnect Umbrella Roaming Security Module (macOS, Windows)|
Cisco Secure Client (macOS, Windows)
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