Cisco SD Access v1.0


Cisco SD Access v1.0

Quién debería asistir

  • System engineers
  • Network engineers
  • Technical architects
  • Technical support personnel
  • Channel partners and resellers


Objetivos del curso

Upon completion of this course, the particpant you should be able to:

  • Describe Cisco SD-Access and how it relates to Cisco DNA
  • Implement a Cisco SD-Access solution using the Cisco DNA Center™ orchestration platform
  • Describe fabric fundamentals and operations
  • Deescribe the installation procedure for Cisco DNA Center
  • Explain the concept of “Fabric” and the different node types that conform it (Fabric Edge Nodes, Control Plane Nodes, Border Nodes)
  • Describe how to secure SD Access
  • Explain the role that ISE play as part of the solution of AAA services and TrustSec Policy
  • Describe the Catalyst 9000 series of switches; the new features and models
  • Describe how to connect IP pool or VLAN configured in the local fabric domain to an external domain via the fabric border
  • Describe the wireless integration into SD Access
  • Describe Assurance and analytics capabilities of SD-Access


Contenido del curso

Mod 1 Introduction to Cisco’s Software Defined Access (SD-Access)

1-1- SD-Access Overview

1-2- Describing Fabric Infrastructure

Mod 2 SD Access Campus Fabric

2-1 Operation in SD-Access

2-2 Deployments in SD-Access

2-3 Connecting to SD-Access External Nerworks

Mod 3 Cisco Catalyst 9k Portfolio

3-1 Catalyst 9000 Series Switches

3-2 Catalyst 9000 Series switch Models

Mod 4 Installing Cisco DNA-Center

4-1 Review the appliance features

4-2 Configure the Cisco DNA-Center Appliance

4-3 Configuring the DNAC through the Maglev wizard

4-4 Logging into the Cisco DNA Center for the first time

Mod 5 Navigating into DNA Center GUI

5-1 Navigating into DNA Center GUI Applications and Tools

5-2 Navigating into DNA-Center Application Section

5-3 Navigating into Settings Tool

Mod 6 Integration of Cisco ISE with Cisco DNA-Center

6-1 Configure ISE via Setup Wizard

6-2 Initial GUI login and Familiarization

6-3 Configure roles for ISE nodes

6-4 Add the ISE node to DNA Center as a AAA server

Mod 7 Using DNA Center Design App

7-1 Creating Sites and Buildings – Network Hierarchy

7-2 Defining Shared Common Servers – Network Settings

Mod 8 Discovering the SD-Access Underlay

8-1 Describe the SDA Underlay

8-2 Configure underlay switches using LAN Automation

8-3 Provisioning the SD-Access underlay network

8-4 Building an Overlay Network

Mod 9 Using DNA Center Policy App

9-1 SD-Access Scalable Group Tag Creation for User Groups

9-2 SD-Access Network Segmentation – Virtual Networks and SGTs

9-3 SD-Access End Host Onboarding

9-4 SD-Access Policy Administration

9-5 Applying a Layer-3 Policy – Group Based Access Control

9-6 Applying a Layer-4 Custom Contract – Access Contracts

Mod 10 Configuring Transit Site

10-1 Connectivity between Fusion Router and Border Switch

10-2 Configure BGP routing

10-3 Configure Redistribution and Filter

10-4 Verify Host to Host IP Connectivity

Mod 11 Wireless controller (WLC) discovery

11-1 Integration of the WLC into a fabric domain

11-2 AP Register

11-3 Verification of wireless client connectivity

Mod 12 Assurance

12-1 Dashboard

12-2 Client 360 – Devices 360

Mod 13 Maintenance and Licensing

13-1 Performing maintenance tasks in SD-Access

13-2 Understanding the licensing strategy in SD-Access

Esquema del laboratorio

Lab 1: Appliance INIT Configuration Workflow (only demo)

Lab 2. Navigating into DNA Center GUI

Lab 3: Configure Initial Cisco ISE setup

Lab 4: Using DNA Center Design App

Lab 5: Integración del ISEv con el DNAC

Lab 6: Discovering the SD-Access Underlay

Lab 7: Using DNA Center Policy App

Lab 8: Configuring Transit Site

Lab 9: Enable Fabric Edge ports for Client Onboarding

Lab 10: Wireless controller (WLC) discovery

Lab 11: Assurance Application

Duración: 5 días
Precio: a consultar
Cisco Learning Credits: a consultar



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