Digital Network Architecture Implementation Essentials (DNAIE)
Quién debería asistir:
Experienced engineers implementing or supporting a Cisco Digital Network Architecture (DNA).
Attendees should meet the following prerequisites:
- Foundational understanding of network design, routing concepts, QoS, and network security including firewall operations (transparent mode).- IINS Recommended
- Ability to configure OSPF and EIGRP routing protocols along with an understanding of Enterprise WAN and DMVPN technologies. – ROUTE Recommended
- Understanding of Wireless LAN parameters, Wireless LAN Controllers and Access Point capabilities. – WIFUND Recommended
- Basic understanding of Cisco Prime Infrastructure, KVM Virtualization and programming concepts including; Northbound, Southbound and REST APIs.
Objetivo del curso:
After completing this course you should be able to:
- Identify the Digital Network Architecture solution by describing the vision, strategy, general concepts and components of it.
- Implement network automation using Cisco APIC-EM and the built-in applications like Network Plug and Play, EasyQoS, IWAN and Path Trace.
- Implement network virtualization using Cisco Network Function Virtualization in Enterprise branch network.
- Implement network analytics using Cisco Connected Mobile Experience (CMX) cloud.
- Implement network security using Cisco StealthWatch, Cisco TrustSec and Cisco Identity Services Engine(ISE).
Contenido del curso:
Identifying Role of Digital Network Architecture in Contemporary Network
- Identifying Cisco Digital Network Architecture Vision
- Identifying the Digital Network Architecture Solution
- Identifying the Role of Automation and Orchestration Controllers in DNA
Implementing DNA Automation in Core Networks
- Implementing Automation in Enterprise Networks
- Implementing Cisco Plug and Play Solutions
- Implemnting an EasyQoS Solution
- Implementing Cisco Intelligent WAN Solution
- Troubleshooting Using Path Trace Application
- Implementing Cisco Enterprise Network Function Virtualisation
- Implementing Network Programmability in a DNA Architecture
Implementing Network Analytics in Cisco DNA
- What is Network Analytics in Cisco DNA?
- DNA Analytics Architecture
- DNA Analytics Proof Points
- Network Data Platform Architecture
- CMX On Premise
- Context-Aware Services Architecture
- CMX Connect
- Cisco CMX Analytics
- CMX API
- Cisco CMX Configuration
- Cisco CMX Cloud
Implementing Security in a DNA Network
- Pervasive Security
- Introduction to NetFlow
- Introduction to Cisco Stealthwatch
- Introduction to Cisco ISE
- Integrating Security Tools
Implementing Enterprise Network Fabric in the DNA Architecture
- Understanding the Enterprise Fabric
- Implementing DNA Secure Access
- Lab 1: Introducing Cisco APIC-EM GUI-Network, Device and Topology Discovery Using APIC-EM
- Lab 2: Implementing Network Plug and Play Using Cisco APIC-EM
- Lab 3: Implementing EasyQoS Using Cisco APIC-EM GUI
- Lab 4: Site Provisioning and Monitoring Using Cisco IWAN Application
- Lab 5: Path Trace Application Using Cisco APIC-EM
- Lab 6: Site Provisioning with NFVIS on Cisco UCS C220 M3 Server Using OAM Servers
- Lab 7: Initial Switch and WLC Configuration for Cisco CMX
- Lab 8: Adding Maps to Cisco Prime Infrastructure
- Lab 9: Continuing to Add Maps to Cisco Prime Infrastructure
- Lab 10: AP Placement and Orientation
- Lab 11: Exporting Maps from Cisco Prime Infrastructure
- Lab 12: Performing the Initial Configuration of CMX
- Lab 13: Using the System Settings Menu to Configure Cisco CMX
- Lab 14: Adding Outline Wall to CMX Floor Plan Maps
- Lab 15: Using Detect and Connect
- Lab 16: Continuing to Customise Detect and Locate in CMX
- Lab 17: Working with Analytics in Cisco CMX
- Lab 18: Working with Customised Reports in the Analytics Service
- Lab 19: Continuing to Add Widgets to a Customised Report in CMX
- Lab 20: Initial Portal Creation in Connect and Engage
- Lab 21: Adding and Deleting and Element and Adding a Background Image to the Portal Template
- Lab 22: Customizing Text and Registration Elements in the Portal Template
- Lab 23: Exploring the Background Image, Themes, and Languages in the Portal Template
- Lab 24: Login ot the CMX Portal
- Lab 25: Configuring the WKAN and Security in the WLC to Support CMX Cloud
- Lab 26: Configuring an ACL in the WLC for use with CMX Cloud
- Lab 27: Create a Presence Site in CMX Cloud
- Lab 28: Connecting a Client to the Wi-Fi Network
- Lab 29: Working with Presence Analytics and Connect & Engage
- Lab 30: Using the Manage Function in CMX Cloud
- Lab 31: Meraki Integration with CMX Cloud
Duración: 5 días
Precio: 2.400,00 €
Cisco Learning Credits: 37 CLC
Enterprise Network Unified Access Essentials (ENUAE)
Quién debería asistir
The Unified Access Boot Camp is excellent training for the following audiences:
• Pre-Sales Engineers at Cisco Partner organizations:
o IMPORTANT—this course will be mandatory for Partners intending to achieve Unified Access Enterprise Networks Specialization.
• Network, Security and Wireless Engineers at Cisco customers implementing the latest Unified Access technology, including Cisco ISE, Prime Infrastructure, Converged Access wireless infrastructure and the full line of Catalyst switches.
This course assumes that you have CCNA Wireless and CCNA Routing and Switching certification, or equivalent work experience, as well as foundation-level understanding of 802.1X implementation. The knowledge and skills that you must have before attending this course are covered in the following:
• Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Part 1 (ICND1) and Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Part 2 (ICND2)
• Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Networking Essentials (IUWNE)
• Familiarity with 802.1x by attendance of either the four-hour E-learning or the Introduction to 802.1X Operations for Cisco Security Professionals (802.1X) three-day course.
Objetivos del curso
After attending this course, Engineers will be able to:
• Understand Cisco’s “One Policy, One Management, One Network” Unified Access vision and strategy
• Create a network design from customer specifications
• Implement the core aspects of Cisco’s Unified Access solutions
• Design and configure the Unified Access wired network foundation
• Implement Cisco Prime Infrastructure (PI) 2.0 to support network management of the Unified Access infrastructure
• Implement Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) 1.2 to provide a policy foundation for the Unified Access infrastructure
• Integrate Converged Access switches (3850) and Wireless LAN Controllers (5760) to support wireless and wired Unified Access infrastructure objectives.
• Secure the Unified Access infrastructure with ISE, SGA and 802.1X
• Leverage Prime Infrastructure 2.0 for Application Visibility and Control on the Unified Access infrastructure
• Describe High Availability (HA) solutions on Unified Access networks
• Perform key Monitoring and Troubleshooting activities and methods
• Implement a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Solution
Contenido del curso
Visión general del curso
En entornos de redes empresariales de hoy en día, las fronteras se han desglosado, trayendo consigo una ola constante cambio de nuevos dispositivos y arquitecturas basadas en la nube. Las organizaciones están tensas bajo los requisitos deBYOD para permitir que los usuarios accedan a los datos y aplicaciones de misión crítica desde cualquier lugar y en cualquier dispositivo.
“Uno de red, una política, One Management” de Cisco filosofía está detrás de un conjunto integral de soluciones que se basa laarquitectura de acceso unificado. El curso v1.0 Acceso SE Boot Camp Unificado está diseñado para asegurar Ingenieros del sistema será capaz de proporcionar la ingeniería técnica de pre-venta, demostrar las ventajas competitivas clave de Cisco, crear un diseño de red contra las especificaciones del cliente, e implementar soluciones Cisco Unified Access que soncompuesta de componentes clave de diferenciación, características y servicios.
Este curso presenta los conceptos, las plataformas de cable e inalámbricas, tecnologías y servicios que se requieren para un enfoque integral para diseñar, gestionar y controlar el acceso a una red de acceso unificado. La red de referencia que se ha seleccionado como caso de estudio en este curso es el de Salud ficticia Para Todos (HTA) del Hospital.
Duración: 5 días
Precio: 1.950,00 euros
Cisco Learning Credits: 31 CLC
Enterprise Network Core and WAN Essentials (ENCWE)
Quién debería asistir
Pre-Sales Engineers at Cisco Partner organizations
This course assumes that you have, minimally, a Cisco Certified Network Entry Technician (CCENT) certificate or equivalent work experience.
The course identified below covers the intended prerequisite knowledge and skills. The course is offered as an eLearning Training (eLT) through the Cisco Learning Network Store and as an ILT through Cisco authorized learning partners.
• Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Part 1 (ICND1)
• Learners are expected to have the following base knowledge and skills:
o IP addressing
o Basic WAN routing knowledge
o Basic server knowledge (VMware, Citrix, Hyper-V)
Objetivos del curso
Upon completion of the course, you will be able to articulate the value of Cisco Intelligent WAN solution including its technology pillars as well as use case scenarios and best practices. Objectives include:
• Recognize current Cisco Enterprise IP – WAN technologies and the role of managed WANs
• Describe technical overview of Intelligent WAN (IWAN) solution architecture, benefits and key components as well as its management
• Demonstrate and implement the features that comprise an IWAN deployment, including IWAN deployment in relation to Cisco Prime Infrastructure, implementing Transport Independent Design, Implementing Intelligent Path Control with PfR, leveraging Application Visibility and Control (AVC) for application visibility, adding Hierarchical Quality of Service (HQoS) for application control, and IPv6 considerations
• Implement and demonstrate the features of Cisco WAAS
• Implement and demonstrate the ability to secure WAN connectivity from the branch
• Implement and demonstrate the features of UCS-E with vWAAS, present the value proposition of Cloud Connectors as well as new Cisco – Akamai Solution
• Explain the main objectives of IWAN solution objectives, positioning, architecture, differentiators and use cases
Contenido del curso
The IWAN Boot Camp presents concepts, routing platforms, technologies, and services that are required for a comprehensive approach to effectively design, manage, and control a Cisco Intelligent Wide Area Network.
This course leads you from discovery of the existing network and current issues, planning, and design to day-to-day operations. The course is supported by an expansive infrastructure, including ISR-AX and ASR-AX routers, WAAS modules, Applications Visibility and Control functionality, Performance Based Routing, and security features including DMVPN, TrustSec, and Zone Based Firewalls, in addition to Cloud Connectors and network management tools. You will learn how the Cisco Intelligent WAN supports a transport independent solution, in conjunction with direct Internet access that allows for the ability of the customer to add cloud based applications, BYOD devices, high bandwidth applications such as video, as well as guest access at the branch while providing the customer with a great return on investment. You will get a hands on experience with the power of the Intelligent WAN, and explore all the latest features that support a next generation branch routing experience.
Duración: 4 días
Precio: 1.800,00 euros
Cisco Learning Credits: 29 CLC