CCNP Security Question of the Week By Guest Authors January 12, 2012 When setting the name of an interface from the command line, what is the default security level on any interface with a name other than inside? 0 50 100 none The correct answer is 1. When working from the command line (CLI) all interfaces other than the inside interface get a default security level of 0 (Most untrusted). Related Courses: ASAE — ASA Essentials FIREWALL — Deploying Cisco ASA Firewall Solutions VPN – Deploying Cisco ASA VPN Solutions CCNP Security – Cisco Certified Network Professional Security In this article ASA ApplianceCertificationCiscoCybersecurityFirewallTechnologyVPNccnp exam prep Join the Conversation Cancel Reply Will not be published. Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.