That has been our, network security basics course. Where we covered a ton of stuff in this series of videos, giving you a high-level view, an introductory view, to security from the perspective of Aruba and networking although many, almost everything that we covered was considered standard security that you can take with you in any environment. If you are interested in learning more in taking that next step you might look at doing our Aruba mobility associate level, with the Aruba Certified mobility associate certification available. This is a three-day fundamentals class, on Aruba controllers, Aruba access points, and a lot of the steps that I demonstrated plus many more to get, corporate enterprise network setup for employees, and another setup for guests as well as a dive into firewall security. If you look at ClearPass, or if you have some experience with other AAA servers, ClearPass is an excellent AAA server to dive into. Then you could learn, how to set up all these services that your network relies upon with a product ClearPass. The switching associate covers, the Aruba OS switch operating system, and the Aruba CX operating system in this switch associate class, another fundamental introductory class to explain concepts switching, VLANs, basic routing, OSPF, quite a bit in a few short days. But the class that this material was taken from, is the Aruba network security fundamentals which is a four-day class, a very full class, where it is very much a deep dive into security. I would like to say that, even though the slides are taken largely from that class, and the labs are taken partially from that course it has been heavily edited to be as introductory as we can really do it. Just hit the concepts of security concepts of encryption, and authentication of confidentiality, and integrity, and trying to explain certificates, as we use them in modern networks with some demonstration of actually seeing it being done on Aruba switches, and Aruba mobility controllers with our access points. Checking out that 4-day network security fundamentals class is definitely a fun one to do. There is a ton of good material there, plus access to the labs as with any of these courses. If you're brand new to networking, and you haven't really done anything with switches before, I'd recommend the Switching Associate first before jumping into say, ClearPass, or to the network security fundamentals. Having a good basis in wireless, and or in switching, will go a long way to answer some of those fundamental questions, that security often runs on top of. But if you've got some experience, and this class was a good refresher for you, definitely consider signing up. Anyway, my name has been Tyler McMinn, I appreciate your time these last couple hours going through all of these videos, watching the demonstrations. Please feel free to complete the quiz, that'll be attached with this class to achieve your certificate, for making it through, and demonstrating that you picked up a few things along the way. I hope that this course has been informative for you. I hope you picked up more than you expected, and I look forward to seeing you in the next one. Thank you again.