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Routing Switching Course CCENT - 100-101 ICND1
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 1 (ICND1) v2.0 is a five-day, instructor-led training course that teaches learners how to install, operate, configure, and verify a basic IPv4 and IPv6 network, including configuring a LAN switch, configuring an IP router, connecting to a WAN, and identifying basic security threats. Optionally, this course can be followed by the Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part2 (ICND2) v2.0 course, which covers topics in more depth and teaches learners how to perform basic troubleshooting steps in enterprise branch office networks, preparing learners for Cisco CCNA certification.
    • To participate in the hands-on labs in this class, you need to bring a laptop computer with the following:
      We recommend using at least a Pentium 4 or better and 1 GB of RAM or more.
      We recommend running Windows XP Professional SP3 or greater (Vista & Windows 7/8).
      Mac & Linux machines are also supported.
      All PCs require Internet Explorer 7 or greater, Mozilla FireFox, or Google Chrome.
      Note: When testing connectivity, Mozilla & Chrome may not be able to fully complete the tests as intended.
      All students should have administrator rights to their PCs.
      If you do not have administrator rights to your PC, you at least need permissions to download, install, and run Active-X controls in Internet Explorer or Cisco Any Connect Client.
      If you are participating in a WebEx event, you should have internet access served by at least a 512K link, a full T1 Connection is recommended.
      All PCs require the latest Java Runtime Environment, which can be downloaded from www.java.com.
      If you have any questions or issues with meeting the recommended requirements, please contact us at info@bay-infotech.com to discuss.
    • Objectives
      Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:
      Describe network fundamentals and build simple LANs
      Establish Internet connectivity
      Manage network device security
      Expand small- to medium-sized networks with WAN connectivity
      Describe IPv6 basics
    • SKILLS LEARNED
      The Cisco ICND1 online training course covers:

      Network fundamentals and how to build simple LANs
      Establish Internet connectivity
      Manage network device security
      Expand small to medium-sized networks with WAN connectivity
      IPv6 basics
      Describe how networks function, identifying major components, function of network components, and the OSI reference model
      Describe the reasons for extending the reach of a LAN and the methods that can be used, with a focus on RF wireless access
      Describe the reasons for connecting networks with routers and how routed networks transmit data through networks using TCP/IP
      Describe the function of WANs, the major devices of WANs, and configure PPP encapsulation, static and dynamic routing, PAT, and RIP routing
      Use the command-line interface to discover neighbors on the network and manage the router start up and configuration
    • PREREQUISITES
      The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:
      Basic computer literacy
      Basic PC operating system navigation skills
      Basic Internet usage skills
      Basic IP address knowledge
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      Target Candidate: Individuals seeking the Cisco CCENT certification, or Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification. The course is also appropriate for pre-sales and post-sales network engineers involved in the installation and support of enterprise branch office networks.

      Key Job Tasks:

      Configure: Implement the identified solution by applying the planned implementation processes using Cisco IOS commands and applications in the correct order to the selected devices and portions of the network.
      Verify: Use the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to ensure that the solution was correctly implemented and is performing as desired.
      Job roles: Entry Level Network Engineer, Network Administrator, Network Support Technician or Help Desk Technician.
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1: Building a Simple Network
      Lesson 1: Exploring the Functions of Networking
      What Is a Network? Physical Components of a Network
      Interpreting a Network Diagram
      Impact of User Applications on the Network
      Characteristics of a Network
      Physical vs. Logical Topologies
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Understanding the Host-to-Host Communications Model Introducing Host-to-Host Communications
      OSI Reference Model
      TCP/IP Protocol Suite
      Encapsulation and De-Encapsulation
      Peer-to-Peer Communications
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Introducing LANs
      Local Area Networks
      LAN Components
      Need for Switches
      Switches
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Operating Cisco IOS Software
      Cisco IOS Software Features and Functions
      Cisco IOS CLI Functions
      User EXEC Mode
      Privileged EXEC Mode
      Help Functions in the CLI
      CLI Error Messages
      Managing Cisco IOS Configurations
      Improving the User Experience in the CLI
      Summary

      Lesson 5: Starting a Switch
      Switch Installation
      Switch LED Indicators
      Connecting to a Console Port
      Basic Switch Configuration
      Verifying the Switch Initial Startup Status
      Summary

      Lesson 6: Understanding Ethernet and Switch Operation
      Ethernet LAN Connection Media
      Ethernet Frame Structure
      MAC Addresses
      Switching Operation
      Duplex Communication
      Configuring Duplex and Speed Options
      Summary

      Lesson 7: Troubleshooting Common Switch Media Issues
      Common Troubleshooting Tools
      Media Issues
      Troubleshooting Switch Media Issues
      Port Issues
      Troubleshooting Port Issues
      Summary

      Lesson 8: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 9: Module Self-Check
    • Module 2: Establishing Internet Connectivity
      Lesson 1: Understanding the TCP/IP Internet Layer
      Internet Protocol
      IPv4 Address Representation
      IPv4 Header Address Fields
      Decimal and Binary Systems
      Decimal-to-Binary Conversion
      IP Address Classes
      Reserved IPv4 Addresses
      Domain Name System
      Verifying the IPv4 Address of a Host
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Understanding IP Addressing and Subnets
      Subnets
      Subnet Masks
      Octet Values of a Subnet Mask
      Default Gateways
      Computing Usable Subnetworks and Hosts
      Applying Subnet Masks
      Determining the Network Addressing Scheme
      Example: Addressing Scheme
      Variable-Length Subnet Mask
      VLSM Example
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Understanding the TCP/IP Transport Layer
      TCP/IP Transport Layer Functions
      Reliable vs. Best-Effort Transport
      TCP vs. UDP Analogy
      UDP Characteristics
      TCP Characteristics
      TCP/IP Applications
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Exploring the Functions of Routing
      Role of a Router
      Router Characteristics
      Router Functions
      Path Determination
      Routing Table
      Types of Routes
      Dynamic Routing Protocols
      Summary

      Lesson 5: Configuring a Cisco Router
      Initial Router Startup
      Initial Router Setup
      Configuring Router Interfaces
      Configuring the Cisco Router IP Address
      Verifying Interface Configuration and Status
      Exploring Connected Devices
      Cisco Discovery Protocol
      Discovering Neighbors Using Cisco Discovery Protocol
      Summary

      Lesson 6: Exploring the Packet Delivery Process
      Layer 2 Addressing
      Layer 3 Addressing
      Address Resolution Protocol
      Host-to-Host Packet Delivery
      Role of a Switch in Packet Delivery
      Summary

      Lesson 7: Enabling Static Routing
      Routing Operations
      Static and Dynamic Routing Comparison
      When to Use Static Routing
      Static Route Configuration
      Default Routes
      Static Route Configuration Verification
      Summary

      Lesson 8: Managing Traffic Using ACLs
      Using ACLs
      ACL Operation
      ACL Wildcard Masking
      Wildcard Bit Mask Abbreviations
      Types of ACLs
      Testing an IP Packet Against a Numbered Standard Access List
      Basic Configuration of Numbered Standard IPv4 ACLs
      Summary

      Lesson 9: Enabling Internet Connectivity
      The Demarcation Point
      Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
      Options for Configuring a Provider-Assigned IP Address
      Configuring a Static Provider-Assigned IP Address
      Configuring a DHCP Client
      Public vs. Private IPv4 Addresses
      Introducing NAT
      Types of Addresses in NAT
      Types of NAT
      Understanding Static NAT
      Configuring Static NAT
      Verifying Static NAT Configuration
      Understanding Dynamic NAT
      Configuring Dynamic NAT
      Verifying Dynamic NAT Configuration
      Understanding PAT
      Configuring PAT
      Verifying PAT Configuration
      Troubleshooting NAT
      Troubleshooting NAT Case Study
      Summary

      Lesson 10: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 11: Module Self-Check
    • Module 3: Managing Network Device Security
      Lesson 1: Securing Administrative Access
      Network Device Security Overview
      Securing Access to Privileged EXEC Mode
      Securing Console Access
      Securing Remote Access
      Enabling Remote Access Connectivity
      Limiting Remote Access with ACLs
      External Authentication Options
      Configuring the Login Banner
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Implementing Device Hardening
      Securing Unused Ports
      Port Security
      Port Security Configuration
      Port Security Verification
      Disabling Unused Services
      Network Time Protocol
      Configuring NTP
      Verifying NTP
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Implementing Traffic Filtering with ACLs
      Using ACLs to Filter Network Traffic
      ACL Operation
      Applying ACLs to Interfaces
      The Need for Extended ACLs
      Configuring Numbered, Extended IPv4 ACLs
      Configuring Named ACLs
      ACL Configuration Guidelines
      Monitoring ACLs
      Troubleshooting Common ACL Errors
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Module Summary
      References
      Lesson 5: Module Self-Check
    • Module 4: Building a Medium-Sized Network
      Lesson 1: Implementing VLANs and Trunks
      Issues in a Poorly Designed Network
      VLAN Introduction
      Trunking with 802.1Q
      Creating a VLAN
      Assigning a Port to a VLAN
      Configuring an 802.1Q Trunk
      VLAN Design Considerations
      Physical Redundancy in a LAN
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Routing Between VLANs
      Purpose of Inter-VLAN Routing
      Options for Inter-VLAN Routing
      Configuring a Router with a Trunk Link
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Using a Cisco Network Device as a DHCP Server
      Need for a DHCP Server
      Understanding DHCP
      Configuring a DHCP Server
      Monitoring DHCP Server Functions
      DHCP Relay Agent
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Introducing WAN Technologies
      Introducing WANs
      WANs vs. LANs
      Role of Routers in WANs
      WAN Communication Link Options
      Point-to-Point Connectivity
      Configuring a Point-to-Point Link
      Summary

      Lesson 5: Introducing Dynamic Routing Protocols
      Purpose of Dynamic Routing Protocols
      Interior and Exterior Routing Protocols
      Distance Vector and Link-State Routing Protocols
      Understanding Link-State Routing Protocols
      Summary

      Lesson 6: Implementing OSPF
      Introducing OSPF
      OSPF Adjacencies
      SPF Algorithm
      Router ID
      Configuring Single-Area OSPF
      Verifying OSPF Configuration
      Summary

      Lesson 7: Module Summary References

      Lesson 8: Module Self-Check
    • Module 5: Introducing IPv6
      Lesson 1: Introducing Basic IPv6
      IPv4 Addressing Exhaustion Workarounds
      IPv6 Features
      IPv6 Addresses
      IPv6 Unicast Addresses
      IPv6 Addresses Allocation
      Basic IPv6 Connectivity
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Understanding IPv6
      IPv6 Header Changes and Benefits
      ICMPv6
      Neighbor Discovery
      Stateless Autoconfiguration
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Configuring IPv6 Routing
      Routing for IPv6
      Static Routing
      OSPFv3
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 5: Module Self-Check
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 1-1: Performing Switch Startup and Initial Configuration
    Lab 1-2: Troubleshooting Switch Media Issues
    Lab 2-1: Performing Initial Router Setup and Configuration
    Lab 2-2: Connecting to the Internet
    Lab 3-1: Enhancing the Security of the Initial Configuration
    Lab 3-2: Device Hardening
    Lab 3-3: Filtering Traffic with ACLs
    Lab 4-1: Configuring Expanded Switched Networks
    Lab 4-2: Configuring DHCP Server
    Lab 4-3: Implementing OSPF
    Lab 5-1: Configure and Verify Basic IPv6
    Lab 5-2: Configure and Verify Stateless Autoconfiguration
    Lab 5-3: Configure and Verify IPv6 Routing
    Lab S-1: ICND1 Superlab
  • UPCOMING CLASSES
    Please contact info@bay-infotech.com for upcoming classes.
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Routing Switching Course CCNA - 200-120 CCNA OR 100-101 ICND1
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated (CCNAX) v2.0 is a 60-hour instructor-led course that provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to install, operate, and troubleshoot a small to medium-sized network, including connecting to a WAN and implementing network security.

      This course is the equivalent of Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Part 1 v2.0 and Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Part 2 v2.0 together.

      The ideal candidate would be someone who has worked in a data network environment (PC support/helpdesk or network operations/monitoring), and has had hands-on experience, though no formal training, with Cisco IOS devices. This boot camp will serve to review and expand on what the candidate already knows and add to it, the detailed configuration and implementation of Cisco IOS devices.

      Prospective CCNAX v2.0 students should prepare themselves for course days consisting of at least 10 hours and as long as 12 hours. Homework will be assigned and reviewed daily.

      Those new to networking and to Cisco IOS should consider taking the ICND1 and ICND2 classes instead of CCNAX v2.0.
      What the Students Get:
      Cisco Authorized course content
      Authorized Cisco CCSI Instructor
      Exam Voucher for Exam 200-120

      Note: Students registering for this course will be receiving their course kit in a digital format.
      To be able to view your digital kit you will need to bring a laptop computer, the recommended system requirements and instructions to access the course kit content can be found at the following link: Click Here
    • To participate in the hands-on labs in this class, you need to bring a laptop computer with the following:
      Digital Course Kit Requirements and Instructions
      We recommend using at least a Pentium 4 or better and 1 GB of RAM or more.
      We recommend running Windows XP Professional SP3 or greater (Vista & Windows 7/8).
      Mac & Linux machines are also supported.
      All PCs require Internet Explorer 7 or greater, Mozilla FireFox, or Google Chrome.
      Note: When testing connectivity, Mozilla & Chrome may not be able to fully complete the tests as intended.
      All students should have administrator rights to their PCs.
      If you do not have administrator rights to your PC, you at least need permissions to download, install, and run Active-X controls in Internet Explorer or Cisco Any Connect Client.
      If you are participating in a WebEx event, you should have internet access served by at least a 512K link, a full T1 Connection is recommended.
      All PCs require the latest Java Runtime Environment, which can be downloaded from www.java.com.

      If you have any questions or issues with meeting the recommended requirements, please contact us at info@bay-infotech.com to discuss.
    • Objectives
      Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:
      Describe network fundamentals and build simple LANs
      Establish Internet connectivity
      Manage network device security
      Describe IPv6 basics
      Troubleshoot VLAN issues, explain how STP works, configure EtherChannel, and understand the idea behind Layer 3 redundancy
      Troubleshoot IP connectivity
      Define the characteristics, functions, and components of a WAN
      Configure and troubleshoot EIGRP in an IPv4 environment, and configure EIGRP for IPv6
      Configure, verify, and troubleshoot multi-area OSPF
      Describe SNMP, syslog and NetFlow, and manage Cisco device configurations, IOS images, and licenses
    • PREREQUISITES
      The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:
      Basic computer literacy
      Basic PC operating system navigation skills
      Basic Internet usage skills
      Basic IP address knowledge
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      Target Candidate: Individuals seeking the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification. The course is also appropriate for pre-sales and post-sales network engineers involved in the installation and support of enterprise branch office networks.

      Key Job Tasks:

      Configure: Implement the identified solution by applying the planned implementation processes using Cisco IOS commands and applications in the correct order to the selected devices and portions of the network.
      Verify: Use the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to ensure that the solution was correctly implemented and is performing as desired.
      Troubleshoot: Use the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to identify the cause of basic level network issues and correctly implement a solution that ensures the network is performing as desired.
      Job roles: Entry Level Network Engineer, Network Administrator, Network Support Technician or Help Desk Technician.
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1: Building a Simple Network
      Lesson 1: Exploring the Functions of Networking
      What Is a Network? Physical Components of a Network
      Interpreting a Network Diagram
      Impact of User Applications on the Network
      Characteristics of a Network
      Physical vs. Logical Topologies
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Understanding the Host-to-Host Communications Model Introducing Host-to-Host Communications
      OSI Reference Model
      TCP/IP Protocol Suite
      Encapsulation and De-Encapsulation
      Peer-to-Peer Communications

      Lesson 3: Introducing LANs
      Local Area Networks
      LAN Components
      Need for Switches
      Switches

      Lesson 4: Operating Cisco IOS Software
      Cisco IOS Software Features and Functions
      Cisco IOS CLI Functions
      User EXEC Mode
      Privileged EXEC Mode
      Help Functions in the CLI
      CLI Error Messages
      Managing Cisco IOS Configurations
      Improving the User Experience in the CLI

      Lesson 5: Starting a Switch
      Switch Installation
      Switch LED Indicators
      Connecting to a Console Port
      Basic Switch Configuration
      Verifying the Switch Initial Startup Status

      Lesson 6: Understanding Ethernet and Switch Operation
      Ethernet LAN Connection Media
      Ethernet Frame Structure
      MAC Addresses
      Switching Operation
      Duplex Communication
      Configuring Duplex and Speed Options

      Lesson 7: Troubleshooting Common Switch Media Issues
      Common Troubleshooting Tools
      Media Issues
      Troubleshooting Switch Media Issues
      Port Issues
      Troubleshooting Port Issues

      Lesson 8: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 9: Module Self-Check
    • Module 2: Establishing Internet Connectivity
      Lesson 1: Understanding the TCP/IP Internet Layer
      Internet Protocol
      IPv4 Address Representation
      IPv4 Header Address Fields
      Decimal and Binary Systems
      Decimal-to-Binary Conversion
      IP Address Classes
      Reserved IPv4 Addresses
      Domain Name System
      Verifying the IPv4 Address of a Host
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Understanding IP Addressing and Subnets
      Subnets
      Subnet Masks
      Octet Values of a Subnet Mask
      Default Gateways
      Computing Usable Subnetworks and Hosts
      Applying Subnet Masks
      Determining the Network Addressing Scheme
      Example: Addressing Scheme
      Variable-Length Subnet Mask
      VLSM Example
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Understanding the TCP/IP Transport Layer
      TCP/IP Transport Layer Functions
      Reliable vs. Best-Effort Transport
      TCP vs. UDP Analogy
      UDP Characteristics
      TCP Characteristics
      TCP/IP Applications
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Exploring the Functions of Routing
      Role of a Router
      Router Characteristics
      Router Functions
      Path Determination
      Routing Table
      Types of Routes
      Dynamic Routing Protocols
      Summary

      Lesson 5: Configuring a Cisco Router
      Initial Router Startup
      Initial Router Setup
      Configuring Router Interfaces
      Configuring the Cisco Router IP Address
      Verifying Interface Configuration and Status
      Exploring Connected Devices
      Cisco Discovery Protocol
      Discovering Neighbors Using Cisco Discovery Protocol
      Summary

      Lesson 6: Exploring the Packet Delivery Process
      Layer 2 Addressing
      Layer 3 Addressing
      Address Resolution Protocol
      Host-to-Host Packet Delivery
      Role of a Switch in Packet Delivery
      Summary

      Lesson 7: Enabling Static Routing
      Routing Operations
      Static and Dynamic Routing Comparison
      When to Use Static Routing
      Static Route Configuration
      Default Routes
      Static Route Configuration Verification
      Summary

      Lesson 8: Managing Traffic Using ACLs
      Using ACLs
      ACL Operation
      ACL Wildcard Masking
      Wildcard Bit Mask Abbreviations
      Types of ACLs
      Testing an IP Packet Against a Numbered Standard Access List
      Basic Configuration of Numbered Standard IPv4 ACLs
      Summary

      Lesson 9: Enabling Internet Connectivity
      The Demarcation Point
      Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
      Options for Configuring a Provider-Assigned IP Address
      Configuring a Static Provider-Assigned IP Address
      Configuring a DHCP Client
      Public vs. Private IPv4 Addresses
      Introducing NAT
      Types of Addresses in NAT
      Types of NAT
      Understanding Static NAT
      Configuring Static NAT
      Verifying Static NAT Configuration
      Understanding Dynamic NAT
      Configuring Dynamic NAT
      Verifying Dynamic NAT Configuration
      Understanding PAT
      Configuring PAT
      Verifying PAT Configuration
      Troubleshooting NAT
      Troubleshooting NAT Case Study
      Summary

      Lesson 10: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 11: Module Self-Check
    • Module 3: Managing Network Device Security
      Lesson 1: Securing Administrative Access
      Network Device Security Overview
      Securing Access to Privileged EXEC Mode
      Securing Console Access
      Securing Remote Access
      Enabling Remote Access Connectivity
      Limiting Remote Access with ACLs
      External Authentication Options
      Configuring the Login Banner
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Implementing Device Hardening
      Securing Unused Ports
      Port Security
      Port Security Configuration
      Port Security Verification
      Disabling Unused Services
      Network Time Protocol
      Configuring NTP
      Verifying NTP
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Implementing Traffic Filtering with ACLs
      Using ACLs to Filter Network Traffic
      ACL Operation
      Applying ACLs to Interfaces
      The Need for Extended ACLs
      Configuring Numbered, Extended IPv4 ACLs
      Configuring Named ACLs
      ACL Configuration Guidelines
      Monitoring ACLs
      Troubleshooting Common ACL Errors
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Module Summary
      References
      Lesson 5: Module Self-Check
    • Module 4: Introducing IPv6
      Lesson 1: Introducing Basic IPv6
      IPv4 Addressing Exhaustion Workarounds
      IPv6 Features
      IPv6 Addresses
      IPv6 Unicast Addresses
      IPv6 Addresses Allocation
      Basic IPv6 Connectivity
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Understanding IPv6
      IPv6 Header Changes and Benefits
      ICMPv6
      Neighbor Discovery
      Stateless Autoconfiguration
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Configuring IPv6 Routing
      Overview
      Routing for IPv6
      Static Routing
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 5: Module Self-Check
    • Module 5: Building a Medium-Sized Network
      Lesson 1: Implementing VLANs and Trunks
      Overview
      Issues in a Poorly Designed Network
      VLAN Introduction
      Trunking with 802.1Q
      Creating a VLAN
      Assigning a Port to a VLAN
      Configuring an 802.1Q Trunk
      VLAN Design Considerations
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Routing Between VLANs
      Purpose of Inter-VLAN Routing
      Options for Inter-VLAN Routing
      Configuring a Router with a Trunk Link
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Using a Cisco Network Device as a DHCP Server
      Need for a DHCP Server
      Understanding DHCP
      Configuring a DHCP Server
      Monitoring DHCP Server Functions
      DHCP Relay Agent
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Troubleshooting VLAN Connectivity
      Overview
      Dynamic Trunking Protocol
      VLAN Troubleshooting
      Trunk Troubleshooting
      Summary

      Lesson 5: Building Redundant Switched Topologies
      Issues in Redundant Topologies
      Spanning-Tree Operation
      Types of Spanning-Tree Protocols
      Per VLAN Spanning Tree Plus
      Modifying the Bridge ID
      Analyzing the STP Topology
      Spanning-Tree Failure Consequences
      PortFast and BPDU Guard
      Summary

      Lesson 6: Improving Redundant Switched Topologies with EtherChannel
      The Need for EtherChannel
      Advantages of EtherChannel
      EtherChannel Protocols
      Configuring EtherChannel
      Verifying EtherChannel
      Summary

      Lesson 7: Understanding Layer 3 Redundancy
      The Need for Default Gateway Redundancy
      Default Gateway Redundancy
      HSRP
      HSRP Interface Tracking
      HSRP Load Balancing
      Gateway Load Balancing Protocol
      Summary

      Lesson 8: Module Summary
      References
      Lesson 9: Module Self-Check
    • Module 6: Troubleshooting Basic Connectivity
      Lesson 1: Troubleshooting IPv4 Network Connectivity
      Components of Troubleshooting End-to-End Connectivity
      Verification of End-to-End Connectivity
      Verification of Physical Connectivity Issue
      Identification of Current and Desired Path
      Default Gateway Issues
      Name Resolution Issues
      ACL Issues
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Troubleshooting IPv6 Network Connectivity
      Troubleshooting End-to-End IPv6 Connectivity
      Verification of End-to-End IPv6 Connectivity
      Identification of Current and Desired IPv6 Path
      Default Gateway Issues in IPv6
      Name Resolution Issues in IPv6
      ACL Issues in IPv6
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 4: Module Self-Check
    • Module 7: Wide Area Networks
      Lesson 1: Understanding WAN Technologies
      Introducing WANs
      WANs vs. LANs
      WAN Devices
      Role of Routers in WANs
      Serial WAN Cabling
      WAN Layer 2 Protocols
      WAN Link Options
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Configuring Serial Encapsulation
      Point-to-Point Connectivity
      Configuring a Point-to-Point Link
      Serial Communication Links
      Configuration of a Serial Interface
      HDLC Protocol
      Point-to-Point Protocol
      PPP Configuration
      PPP Authentication: PAP
      PPP Authentication: CHAP
      Configuring CHAP for PPP Authentication
      Verifying CHAP Configuration
      Troubleshooting Serial Connections
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Establishing a WAN Connection Using Frame Relay
      Understanding Frame Relay
      Frame Relay Topologies
      Frame Relay Reachability Issues
      Frame Relay Signaling
      Frame Relay Address Mappings
      Configuring Frame Relay
      Point-to-Point vs. Multipoint
      Configuring Point-to-Point Frame Relay
      Configuring Multipoint Frame Relay
      Verifying Frame Relay Configuration
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Introducing VPN Solutions
      VPNs and Their Benefits
      Cisco SSL VPN Solutions
      Introducing IPsec
      Summary

      Lesson 5: Configuring GRE Tunnels
      GRE Tunnel Overview
      GRE Tunnel Configuration
      GRE Tunnel Verification
      Summary

      Lesson 6: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 7: Module Self-Check

    • Module 8: Implementing an EIGRP-Based Solution
      Lesson 1: Implementing EIGRP
      Purpose of Dynamic Routing Protocols
      Interior and Exterior Routing Protocols
      Distance Vector and Link-State Routing Protocols
      Administrative Distance
      EIGRP Features
      EIGRP Path Selection
      EIGRP Metric
      EIGRP Configuration
      Verification of EIGRP Configuration
      Load Balancing with EIGRP
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Troubleshooting EIGRP
      Components of Troubleshooting EIGRP
      Troubleshooting EIGRP Neighbor Issues
      Troubleshooting EIGRP Routing Table Issues
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Implementing EIGRP for IPv6
      EIGRP for IPv6
      EIGRP for IPv6 Commands
      EIGRP for IPv6 Configuration Example
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 5: Module Self-Check

    • Module 9: Implementing a Scalable OSPF-Based Solution
      Lesson 1: Implementing OSPF
      Link-State Routing Protocol Overview
      Link-State Routing Protocol Data Structures
      Introducing OSPF
      Establishing OSPF Neighbor Adjacencies
      SPF Algorithm
      Building a Link-State Database
      OSPF Area Structure
      Router ID
      Configuring Single-Area OSPF
      Verifying OSPF Configuration
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Multiarea OSPF IPv4 Implementation
      Single-Area vs. Multiarea OSPF
      Planning for the Implementation of OSPF
      Multiarea OSPF Configuration
      Multiarea OSPF Verification
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Troubleshooting Multiarea OSPF
      OSPF Neighbor States
      Components of Troubleshooting OSPF
      Troubleshooting OSPF Neighbor Issues
      Troubleshooting OSPF Routing Table Issues
      Troubleshooting OSPF Path Selection
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Examining OSPFv3
      OSPFv3 Key Characteristics
      OSPFv3 Configuration
      OSPFv3 Configuration Verification
      Summary

      Lesson 5: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 6: Module Self-Check
    • Module 10: Network Device Management
      Lesson 1: Configuring Network Devices to Support Network Management Protocols
      SNMP Overview
      SNMP Versions
      Obtaining Data from an SNMP Agent
      SNMP Configuration
      Syslog Overview
      Syslog Message Format
      Syslog Configuration
      NetFlow Overview
      NetFlow Architecture
      Netflow Configuration
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Managing Cisco Devices
      Router Internal Components Overview
      ROM Functions
      Stages of the Router Power-On Boot Sequence
      Configuration Register
      Changing the Configuration Register
      Locating Cisco IOS Image Files
      Loading Cisco IOS Image Files
      Loading Cisco IOS Configuration Files
      Cisco IOS Integrated File System and Devices
      Managing Cisco IOS Images
      Deciphering Cisco IOS Image Filenames
      Creating the Cisco IOS Image Backup
      Upgrading Cisco IOS Images
      Managing Device Configuration Files
      Password Recovery
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Licensing
      Licensing Overview
      Licensing Verification
      Permanent License Installation
      Evaluation License Installation
      Backing up the License
      Uninstalling the License
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 5: Module Self-Check

  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 1-1: Performing Switch Startup and Initial Configuration
    Lab 1-2: Troubleshooting Switch Media Issues
    Lab 2-1: Performing Initial Router Setup and Configuration
    Lab 2-2: Connecting to the Internet
    Lab 3-1: Enhancing the Security of the Initial Configuration
    Lab 3-2: Device Hardening
    Lab 3-3: Filtering Traffic with ACLs
    Lab 4-1: Configure and Verify Basic IPv6
    Lab 4-2: Configure and Verify Stateless Autoconfiguration
    Lab 4-3: Configure and Verify IPv6 Routing
    Lab 5-1: Configuring Expanded Switched Networks
    Lab 5-2: Configuring DHCP Server
    Lab 5-3: Troubleshooting VLANs and Trunks
    Lab 5-4: Optimizing STP
    Lab 5-5: Configuring EtherChannel
    Lab 6-1: Troubleshooting IP Connectivity
    Lab 7-1: Configuring and Troubleshooting a Serial Connection
    Lab 7-2: Establishing a Frame Relay WAN
    Lab 7-3: Establishing a GRE Tunnel
    Lab 8-1: Implementing EIGRP
    Lab 8-2: Troubleshooting EIGRP
    Lab 8-3: Implementing EIGRP for IPv6
    Lab 9-1: Implementing OSPF
    Lab 9-2: Configuring Multiarea OSPF
    Lab 9-3: Troubleshooting Multiarea OSPF
    Lab 9-4: Configuring OSPF for IPv6
    Lab 10-1: SNMP and Syslog Basic Configuration
    Lab 10-2: Analyzing NetFlow Data
    Lab 10-3: Managing Cisco Devices and Licensing

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Routing Switching Course CCNA - 200-101 ICND2
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      The Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 2 (ICND2) v2.0 course provides entry-level network administrators, network support, and help desk technicians with the knowledge and skills needed to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot a small enterprise network.

      ICND2 v2.0 focuses on understanding redundant topologies, troubleshooting common networking issues, configuring EIGRP and multiarea OSPF in both IPv4 and IPv6, understanding WAN technologies, and becoming familiar with device management and Cisco licensing. The learner will encounter more troubleshooting and more lab time than with the previous version of ICND2.


      Note: Students registering for this course will be receiving their course kit in a digital format.
      To be able to view your digital kit you will need to bring a laptop computer, the recommended system requirements and instructions to access the course kit content can be found at the following link: Click Here
    • To participate in the hands-on labs in this class, you need to bring a laptop computer with the following:
      Digital Course Kit Requirements and Instructions

      We recommend using at least a Pentium 4 or better and 1 GB of RAM or more.
      We recommend running Windows XP Professional SP3 or greater (Vista & Windows 7/8).
      Mac & Linux machines are also supported.
      All PCs require Internet Explorer 7 or greater, Mozilla FireFox, or Google Chrome.
      Note: When testing connectivity, Mozilla & Chrome may not be able to fully complete the tests as intended.
      All students should have administrator rights to their PCs.
      If you do not have administrator rights to your PC, you at least need permissions to download, install, and run Active-X controls in Internet Explorer or Cisco Any Connect Client.
      If you are participating in a WebEx event, you should have internet access served by at least a 512K link, a full T1 Connection is recommended.
      All PCs require the latest Java Runtime Environment, which can be downloaded from www.java.com.

      If you have any questions or issues with meeting the recommended requirements, please contact us at info@bay-infotech.com to discuss.

    • Objectives
      Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:
      Operate a medium-sized LAN with multiple switches, supporting VLANs, trunking, and spanning tree
      Troubleshoot IP connectivity
      Configure and troubleshoot EIGRP in an IPv4 environment, and configure EIGRP for IPv6
      Configure and troubleshoot OSPF in an IPv4 environment, and configure OSPF for IPv6
      Define characteristics, functions, and components of a WAN
      Describe SNMP, syslog, and NetFlow, and manage Cisco device configurations, Cisco IOS images, and licenses
    • PREREQUISITES
      The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:
      Understand network fundamentals
      Implement local area networks
      Implement Internet connectivity
      Manage network device security
      Implement WAN connectivity
      Implement basic IPv6 connectivity
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      Target Candidate: Individuals seeking the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification. The course is also appropriate for pre-sales and post-sales network engineers involved in the installation and support of enterprise branch office networks.

      Key Job Tasks:

      Configure: Implement the identified solution by applying the planned implementation processes using Cisco IOS commands and applications in the correct order to the selected devices and portions of the network.
      Verify: Use the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to ensure that the solution was correctly implemented and is performing as desired.
      Troubleshoot: Use the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to identify the cause of basic level network issues and correctly implement a solution that ensures the network is performing as desired.
      Job roles:Entry Level Network Engineer, Network Administrator, Network Support Technician or Help Desk Technician.


  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1: Implementing Scalable Medium-Sized Networks
      Lesson 1: Troubleshooting VLAN Connectivity
      VLAN Overview
      Creating VLANs
      Trunk Operation
      Configuring Trunks
      Dynamic Trunking Protocol
      VLAN Troubleshooting
      Trunk Troubleshooting
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Building Redundant Switched Topologies
      Issues in Redundant Topologies
      Spanning-Tree Operation
      Types of Spanning-Tree Protocols
      Per VLAN Spanning Tree Plus
      Modifying the Bridge ID
      Analyzing the STP Topology
      Spanning-Tree Failure Consequences
      PortFast and BPDU Guard
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Improving Redundant Switched Topologies with EtherChannel
      The Need for EtherChannel
      Advantages of EtherChannel
      EtherChannel Protocols
      Configuring EtherChannel
      Verifying EtherChannel
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Understanding Layer 3 Redundancy
      The Need for Default Gateway Redundancy
      Default Gateway Redundancy
      HSRP
      HSRP Interface Tracking
      HSRP Load Balancing
      Gateway Load Balancing Protocol
      Summary

      Lesson 5: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 6: Module Self-Check
    • Module 2: Troubleshooting Basic Connectivity
      Lesson 1: Troubleshooting IPv4 Network Connectivity
      Components of Troubleshooting End-to-End Connectivity
      Verification of End-to-End Connectivity
      Verification of Physical Connectivity Issue
      Identification of Current and Desired Path
      Default Gateway Issues
      Name Resolution Issues
      ACL Issues
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Troubleshooting IPv6 Network Connectivity
      IPv6 Unicast Addresses
      Troubleshooting End-to-End IPv6 Connectivity
      Verification of End-to-End IPv6 Connectivity
      Identification of Current and Desired IPv6 Path
      Default Gateway Issues in IPv6
      Name Resolution Issues in IPv6
      ACL Issues in IPv6
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 4: Module Self-Check
    • Module 3: Implementing an EIGRP-Based Solution
      Lesson 1: Implementing EIGRP
      Dynamic Routing Protocols
      Administrative Distance
      EIGRP Features
      EIGRP Path Selection
      EIGRP Metric
      EIGRP Configuration
      Verification of EIGRP Configuration
      Load Balancing with EIGRP
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Troubleshooting EIGRP
      Components of Troubleshooting EIGRP
      Troubleshooting EIGRP Neighbor Issues
      Troubleshooting EIGRP Routing Table Issues
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Implementing EIGRP for IPv6
      EIGRP for IPv6
      EIGRP for IPv6 Commands
      EIGRP for IPv6 Configuration Example
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 5: Module Self-Check
    • Module 4: Implementing a Scalable, Multiarea Network, OSPFBased Solution
      Lesson 1: OSPF Overview
      Overview
      Link-State Routing Protocol Overview
      Link-State Routing Protocol Data Structures
      OSPF Metric
      Establishing OSPF Neighbor Adjacencies
      Building a Link-State Database
      OSPF Area Structure
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Multiarea OSPF IPv4 Implementation
      Single-Area vs. Multiarea OSPF
      Planning for the Implementation of OSPF
      Multiarea OSPF Configuration
      Multiarea OSPF Verification
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Troubleshooting Multiarea OSPF
      OSPF Neighbor States
      Components of Troubleshooting OSPF
      Troubleshooting OSPF Neighbor Issues
      Troubleshooting OSPF Routing Table Issues
      Troubleshooting OSPF Path Selection
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Examining OSPFv3
      OSPFv3 Key Characteristics
      OSPFv3 Configuration
      OSPFv3 Configuration Verification
      Summary

      Lesson 5: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 6: Module Self-Check
    • Module 5: Wide-Area Networks
      Lesson 1: Understanding WAN Technologies
      Overview
      Introduction to WAN Technologies
      WAN Devices
      Serial WAN Cabling
      WAN Layer 2 Protocols
      WAN Link Options
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Configuring Serial Encapsulation
      Overview
      Serial Communication Links
      Configuration of a Serial Interface
      HDLC Protocol
      Point-to-Point Protocol
      PPP Configuration
      PPP Authentication: PAP
      PPP Authentication: CHAP
      Configuring CHAP for PPP Authentication
      Verifying CHAP Configuration
      Troubleshooting Serial Connections
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Establishing a WAN Connection Using Frame Relay
      Understanding Frame Relay
      Frame Relay Topologies
      Frame Relay Reachability Issues
      Frame Relay Signaling
      Frame Relay Address Mappings
      Configuring Frame Relay
      Point-to-Point vs. Multipoint
      Configuring Point-to-Point Frame Relay
      Configuring Multipoint Frame Relay
      Verifying Frame Relay Configuration
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Introducing VPN Solutions
      VPNs and Their Benefits
      Cisco SSL VPN Solutions
      Introducing IPsec
      Summary

      Lesson 5: Configuring GRE Tunnels
      GRE Tunnel Overview
      GRE Tunnel Configuration
      GRE Tunnel Verification
      Summary

      Lesson 6: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 7: Module Self-Check
    • Module 6: Network Device Management
      Lesson 1: Configuring Network Devices to Support Network Management Protocols
      SNMP Overview
      SNMP Versions
      Obtaining Data from an SNMP Agent
      SNMP Configuration
      Syslog Overview
      Syslog Message Format
      Syslog Configuration
      NetFlow Overview
      NetFlow Architecture
      Netflow Configuration
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Managing Cisco Devices
      Router Internal Components Overview
      ROM Functions
      Stages of the Router Power-On Boot Sequence
      Configuration Register
      Changing the Configuration Register
      Locating Cisco IOS Image Files
      Loading Cisco IOS Image Files
      Loading Cisco IOS Configuration Files
      Cisco IOS Integrated File System and Devices
      Managing Cisco IOS Images
      Deciphering Cisco IOS Image Filenames
      Creating the Cisco IOS Image Backup
      Upgrading Cisco IOS Images
      Managing Device Configuration Files
      Password Recovery
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Licensing
      Licensing Overview
      Licensing Verification
      Permanent License Installation
      Evaluation License Installation
      Backing up the License
      Uninstalling the License
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 5: Module Self-Check

    • Module 7: Wide Area Networks
      Lesson 1: Understanding WAN Technologies
      Introducing WANs
      WANs vs. LANs
      WAN Devices
      Role of Routers in WANs
      Serial WAN Cabling
      WAN Layer 2 Protocols
      WAN Link Options
      Summary

      Lesson 2: Configuring Serial Encapsulation
      Point-to-Point Connectivity
      Configuring a Point-to-Point Link
      Serial Communication Links
      Configuration of a Serial Interface
      HDLC Protocol
      Point-to-Point Protocol
      PPP Configuration
      PPP Authentication: PAP
      PPP Authentication: CHAP
      Configuring CHAP for PPP Authentication
      Verifying CHAP Configuration
      Troubleshooting Serial Connections
      Summary

      Lesson 3: Establishing a WAN Connection Using Frame Relay
      Understanding Frame Relay
      Frame Relay Topologies
      Frame Relay Reachability Issues
      Frame Relay Signaling
      Frame Relay Address Mappings
      Configuring Frame Relay
      Point-to-Point vs. Multipoint
      Configuring Point-to-Point Frame Relay
      Configuring Multipoint Frame Relay
      Verifying Frame Relay Configuration
      Summary

      Lesson 4: Introducing VPN Solutions
      VPNs and Their Benefits
      Cisco SSL VPN Solutions
      Introducing IPsec
      Summary

      Lesson 5: Configuring GRE Tunnels
      GRE Tunnel Overview
      GRE Tunnel Configuration
      GRE Tunnel Verification
      Summary

      Lesson 6: Module Summary
      References

      Lesson 7: Module Self-Check

  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab S-1: Review
    Lab 1-1: Troubleshooting VLANs and Trunks
    Lab 1-2: Optimizing STP
    Lab 1-3: Configuring EtherChannel
    Lab 2-1: Troubleshooting IP Connectivity
    Lab 3-1: Implementing EIGRP
    Lab 3-2: Troubleshooting EIGRP
    Lab 3-3: Implementing EIGRP for IPv6
    Lab 4-1: Configuring Multiarea OSPF
    Lab 4-2: Troubleshooting Multiarea OSPF
    Lab 4-3: Configuring OSPF for IPv6
    Lab 5-1: Configuring and Troubleshooting a Serial Connection
    Lab 5-2: Establishing a Frame Relay WAN
    Lab 5-3: Establishing a GRE Tunnel
    Lab 6-1: SNMP and Syslog Basic Configuration
    Lab 6-2: Analyzing NetFlow Data
    Lab 6-3: Managing Cisco Devices and Licensing
    Lab S-2: ICND2 Superlab

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Routing Switching Course CCNP - 642-902 CIPT2
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE) v1.0 is an instructor-led training course presented by Cisco training partners to their end customers. This five-day course and 7.5 hours of self-paced e-learning is designed to help students prepare for Cisco CCNP certification. The ROUTE course is a component of the CCNP curriculum.

      The ROUTE course is designed to provide professionals of medium to large network sites with information on the use of advanced routing in implementing scalability for Cisco routers that are connected to LANs and WANs. The goal is to train professionals to dramatically increase the number of routers and sites using these techniques instead of redesigning the network when additional sites or wiring configurations are added. The ROUTE training reinforces the instruction by providing students with hands-on labs to ensure they thoroughly understand how to implement advanced routing within their networks.

      Note: Students registering for this course will be receiving their course kit in a digital format.
      To be able to view your digital kit you will need to bring a laptop computer, the recommended system requirements and instructions to access the course kit content can be found at the following link: Click Here
    • To participate in the hands-on labs in this class, you need to bring a laptop computer with the following:
      Digital Course Kit Requirements and Instructions

      We recommend using at least a Pentium 4 or better and 1 GB of RAM or more.
      We recommend running Windows XP Professional SP3 or greater (Vista & Windows 7/8).
      Mac & Linux machines are also supported.
      All PCs require Internet Explorer 7 or greater, Mozilla FireFox, or Google Chrome.
      Note: When testing connectivity, Mozilla & Chrome may not be able to fully complete the tests as intended.
      All students should have administrator rights to their PCs.
      If you do not have administrator rights to your PC, you at least need permissions to download, install, and run Active-X controls in Internet Explorer or Cisco Any Connect Client.
      If you are participating in a WebEx event, you should have internet access served by at least a 512K link, a full T1 Connection is recommended.
      All PCs require the latest Java Runtime Environment, which can be downloaded from www.java.com.

      If you have any questions or issues with meeting the recommended requirements, please contact us at info@bay-infotech.com to discuss.

    • Objectives
      Upon completing this course, the student will be able to meet these overall objectives:
      Plan and document the configuration and verification of routing protocols and their optimization in enterprise networks.
      Identify the technologies, components, and metrics of EIGRP used to implement and verify EIGRP routing in diverse, large-scale internetworks based on requirements.
      Identify, analyze, and match OSPF multiarea routing functions and benefits for routing efficiencies in network operations in order to implement and verify OSPF routing in a complex enterprise network
      Implement and verify a redistribution solution in a multi-protocol network that uses Cisco IOS features to control path selection and provides a loop-free topology according to a given network design and requirements
      Evaluate common network performance issues and identify the tools needed to provide Layer 3 path control that uses Cisco IOS features to control the path
      Implement and verify a Layer 3 solution using BGP to connect an enterprise network to a service provider

    • PREREQUISITES
      The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course include the following:
      Knowledge and skill level equal to Cisco CCNA certification.
      Knowledge of and experience with the implementation and verification of enterprise routing and switching technologies as offered by the Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1) and Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2) courses or equivalent skills and knowledge. This includes knowledge of and experience with the following technologies:
      ICND1

      Describe how networks function, and identify major components, the functions of network components, and the OSI reference model
      Using the host-to-host packet delivery process, describe issues related to increasing traffic on an Ethernet LAN and identify switched LAN technology solutions to Ethernet networking issues
      Describe the reasons for extending the reach of a LAN, and the methods that can be used, with a focus on RF wireless access
      Describe the reasons for connecting networks with routers, and how routed networks transmit data using TCP/IP
      Describe the function of WANs and the major devices of WANs, and configure PPP encapsulation, static and dynamic routing, and Port Address Translation (PAT) and Routing Information Protocol (RIP) routing
      Use the CLI to discover neighbors on the network and manage router startup and configuration
      ICND2

      Review how to configure and troubleshoot a small network
      Expand a small-sized, switched LAN to a medium-sized LAN with multiple switches, supporting VLANs, trunking, and a spanning tree
      Describe routing concepts as they apply to a medium-sized network and discuss considerations when implementing routing on the network
      Configure, verify, and troubleshoot OSPF
      Configure, verify, and troubleshoot EIGRP
      Determine how to apply ACLs based on network requirements, and configure, verify, and troubleshoot ACLs on a medium-sized network
      Describe when to use NAT or PAT on a medium-sized network and configure NAT or PAT on routers, explain IPv6 addressing, and configure IPv6 in a Cisco router
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      The primary audience for this course is as follows:
      Network professionals who want to correctly implement routing-based solutions given a network design using Cisco IOS services and features, where implementation of routing includes planning, configuration, and verification.
      The typical job roles for this type of network professional are network engineers, network operations center (NOC) technical support personnel, and help desk technicians.
      The secondary audience for this course is as follows:
      Any individual involved in implementation and verification of routing protocols in enterprise networks.
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1: Planning Routing Services to Requirements
      Lesson 1: Assessing Complex Enterprise Network Requirements
      Objectives:
      Describe the Cisco conceptual network models, such as Cisco Enterprise Architectures and the Cisco hierarchical network model
      Describe the Cisco Enterprise Architecture
      Describe the traffic conditions in a converged network
      Describe the Cisco SONA framework
      Describe routing and routing protocols
      Lesson 2: Common Maintenance Processes and Procedures
      Objectives:
      Describe the step required to create a typical implementation plan
      Describe the types of information contained in a typical implementation plan.
      Describe the types of task detailed in a typical implementation plan.
      Describe the types of information that should be documented related to an implementation.
      Describe the way that the information related to an implementation can be documented.
      Lab 1-1: Assess Skills for Implementing Complex Networks
      Lesson 3: Lab 1-1 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Describe the lab topology and identify the implementation and verification tasks
      Present a sample solution and identify possible alternative solutions
    • Module 2: Implementing an EIGRP based Solution
      Lesson 1: Planning Routing Implementations with EIGRP
      Objectives:
      Identify the four key technologies employed by EIGRP
      Describe how EIGRP operates
      Describe the five components of the metric used by EIGRP
      Calculate the EIGRP metric for a range of pathways between routers
      Create a typical implementation plan for an EIGRP based solution.
      Document EIGRP implementation, operations and maintenance processes
      Lesson 2: Implementing and Verifying Basic EIGRP for the Enterprise LAN Architecture
      Objectives:
      Describe the commands used in a basic EIGRP configuration task
      Select the interfaces and networks that will participate in EIGRP routing use the network command and wildcard masks
      Verify basic EIGRP operations and that the router recognizes EIGRP neighbors and their routes
      Create neighbor relationships using the neighbor command and verify that the router recognizes EIGRP neighbors and routes
      Control routing update advertisements using the passive-interface command
      Configure and verify the last-resort gateway or default route
      Determine why administrators may need to use manual route summarization over default automatic route summarization
      Configure and verify route summarization
      Lab 2-1: Configure and Verify EIGRP Operations
      Objectives:
      Select the required tools and commands to configure basic EIGRP operations
      Organize the tasks into an implementation plan to implement EIGRP functions
      Implement the identified EIGRP solution to configure basic EIGRP functions in the provided network according to the implementation plan, using Cisco IOS commands and applications in the correct order to the selected devices and portions of the network
      Write a verification and test plan to verify correct implementation and operation according to the expected performance criteria
      Verify the implementation according to the verification plan, using the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to verify correct Operation
      Document implementation, operations and maintenance
      Lesson 3: Lab 2-1 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Identify the implementation and verification tasks for basic EIGRP configuration and how to influence the EIGRP path selection
      Present a sample solution and identify possible alternative solutions
      Lesson 4: Configuring and Verifying EIGRP for the Enterprise WAN Architecture
      Objectives:
      Describe the effect on EIGRP operations when operating over a circuit emulation link like Metro Ethernet or EoMPLS
      Describe the effect on EIGRP operations when operating over MPLS VPNs
      Describe the effect on EIGRP operations when operating over Frame Relay
      Physical interface - dynamic DLCI mapping, static DLCI mapping -broadcast vs. non-broadcast
      Logical multipoint interface - dynamic DLCI mapping, static DLCI mapping - broadcast vs. non-broadcast
      Logical point-to-point interface
      Configure and verify EIGRP operating over Frame Relay
      Physical interface - dynamic DLCI mapping, static DLCI mapping -broadcast vs. non-broadcast
      Logical multipoint interface - dynamic DLCI mapping, static DLCI mapping - broadcast vs. non-broadcast
      Logical point-to-point interface
      Describe the features of load balancing across equal paths
      Configure and verify EIGRP load balancing across unequal-cost paths
      Evaluate why EIGRP defaults may need to be changed to ensure efficient use of bandwidth across WAN links
      Configure EIGRP bandwidth use across WAN links
      Lab 2-2: Configure and Verify EIGRP Circuit Emulation, and Frame Relay Operations
      Objectives:
      Select the required tools and commands to configure EIGRP circuit emulation, and Frame Relay operations
      Organize the tasks into an implementation plan to implement EIGRP functions
      Implement the identified EIGRP solution to EIGRP circuit emulation, and Frame Relay operations in the provided network according to the implementation plan, using Cisco IOS commands and applications in the correct order to the selected devices and portions of the network
      Write a verification and test plan to verify correct implementation and operation according to the expected performance criteria
      Verify the implementation according to the verification plan, using the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to verify correct Operation Document implementation, operations and maintenance
      Compare performance improvements to expectations
      Lesson 5: Lab 2-2 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Identify the implementation and verification tasks for basic EIGRP configuration and how to influence EIGRP path selection
      Present a sample solution and identify possible alternative solutions
      Lesson 6: Implementing and Verifying EIGRP Authentication
      Objectives:
      Evaluate router authentication
      Describe the Message Digest 5 (MD5) authentication used in EIGRP
      Configure MD5 authentication
      Troubleshoot MD5 authentication
      Lab 2-3: Configure and Verify EIGRP Authentication
      Objectives:
      Select the required tools and commands to configure basic EIGRP authentication
      Organize the tasks into an implementation plan to implement EIGRP authentication
      Implement the identified EIGRP solution to configure basic EIGRP authentication in the provided network according to the implementation plan, using Cisco IOS commands and applications in the correct order to the selected devices and portions of the network
      Write a verification and test plan to verify correct implementation and operation according to the expected performance criteria
      Verify the implementation according to the verification plan, using the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to verify correct Operation Document implementation, operations and maintenance
      Lesson 7: Lab 2-3 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Identify the implementation and verification tasks for EIGRP authentication over LAN and WAN interfaces
      Present a sample solution and identify possible alternative solutions
      Lesson 8: Advanced EIGRP Features in an Enterprise Network
      Objectives:
      Describe factors affecting scalability in large internetworks
      Describe how EIGRP uses queries to update its routing tables in the event that a route is lost and there is no feasible successor
      Mark the spokes of a large network as stubs to reduce EIGRP queries and thus improve network scaling
      Describe why stuck-in-active (SIA) connections occur
      Minimize active routes
      Illustrate how graceful shutdown prevents loss of packets when routers go down
      Lab 2-4: Implement and Verify EIGRP Operations
      Objectives:
      Develop a work plan to troubleshoot configuration and security issues.
      Isolate the issues
      Correct all of the identified issues
      Test the fixes made
      Document and report the troubleshooting procedures, findings and recommendations
      Lesson 9: Lab 2-4 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Identify the implementation, verification, and troubleshooting tasks for EIGRP operations to solve adjacency and connectivity issues
      Present a sample solution and identify possible alternative solutions
    • Module 3: Implementing a Scalable Multiarea Network OSPF Based Solution
      Lesson 1: Planning Routing Implementations with OSPF as Scalable Routing Protocol
      Objectives:
      Describe link-state routing protocols
      Describe the two-tier hierarchy structure of OSPF
      Describe how routers running a link-state routing protocol establish neighbor adjacencies with their neighboring routers
      Describe how OSPF calculates the best path to each destination network
      Describe how routers use link-state updates (LSUs) to verify that links are still active
      Describe the different OSPF area types.
      Create a typical implementation plan for an OSPF based solution.
      Create a typical implementation documentation package for an OSPF based solution

      Lesson 2: How OSPF Packet Processes Work
      Objectives:
      Describe the five OSPF packet types
      Describe how OSPF neighbor adjacencies are established
      Describe the process of exchanging and synchronizing the link-state databases (LSDBs, or topology tables) between routers
      Describe how OSPF maintains synchronization of the LSDBs (topology tables) of all routers in the network
      Describe the process of maintaining a database of only the most recent link-state sequence numbers
      Describe how to verify that OSPF packets are flowing properly between two routers
      Lesson 3: Improving Routing Performance in a Complex Enterprise Network
      Objectives:
      Introduce OSPF network types
      Determine adjacency behavior in point-to-point links
      Determine adjacency behavior in a broadcast network
      Determine adjacency behavior in a Metro Ethernet and EoMPLS network
      Determine adjacency behavior in MPLS networks
      Select a DR and BDR
      Implement OSPF over different Frame Relay implementations
      Implement OSPF over Frame Relay NBMA
      Use subinterfaces in OSPF over Frame Relay
      Implement OSPF over a point-to-point Frame Relay network
      Implement OSPF over a point-to-multipoint Frame Relay network
      Lesson 4: Configuring and Verifying OSPF Routing
      Objectives:
      Describe the procedure to configure basic single-area and multiarea OSPF
      Enable the route process
      Configure a router ID
      Enable OSPF on networks and interfaces using the network and ip ospf commands
      Configure basic multiarea OSPF operations
      Verify basic multiarea OSPF operations
      Neighbor relationship
      OSPF router types
      LSAs defined by OSPF
      Interpret the OSPF LSDB and routing table
      Describe how routing advertisements can be controlled using the passive-interface command
      Describe the effects of a non-contiguous backbone or area that does not connect to area 0 and how (Design note: Network mergers are a good context.)
      OSPF virtual links are used to address these issues
      Configure and verify an OSPF virtual link
      Change the cost metric from default values
      Lab 3-1: Configure and Verify OSPF to Improve Routing Performance
      Lesson 5: Lab 3-1 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Identify the implementation, verification, and troubleshooting tasks for OSPF operations over LAN and WAN interfaces with different Frame Relay WAN segment representations
      Present a sample solution and identify possible alternative solutions
      Lab 3-2: Implement and Verify OSPF Multiarea Routing
      Objectives:
      Select the required tools and commands to configure OSPF multiarea routing functions
      Organize the tasks into an implementation plan to implement OSPF multiarea routing functions
      Implement the identified OSPF solution to configure basic OSPF multiarea routing functions in the provided network according to the implementation plan, using Cisco IOS commands and applications in the correct order to the selected devices and portions of the network
      Write a verification and test plan to verify correct implementation and operation according to the expected performance criteria
      Verify the implementation according to the verification plan, using the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to verify correct operation
      Document implementation, operations and maintenance
      Compare and report performance improvements to expectations
      Lesson 6: Lab 3-2 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Identify the implementation, verification and troubleshooting tasks for OSPF operations in multiarea over LAN and WAN interfaces with different Frame Relay WAN segment representations
      Present a sample solution and identify possible alternative solutions
      Lesson 7: Configuring and Verifying OSPF Route Summarization
      Objectives:
      Describe the functions of interarea route summarization and external route summarization
      Configure route summarization in OSPF
      Describe the benefits of a default route in OSPF
      Configure a default route injection into OSPF
      Lab 3-3: Configure and Verify OSPF Route Summarization for Interarea and External Routes
      Objectives:
      Select the required tools and commands to configure route summarization
      Organize the tasks into an implementation plan to implement route summarization
      Implement the identified OSPF solution to configure route summarization in the provided network according to the implementation plan, using Cisco IOS commands and applications in the correct order to the selected devices and portions of the network
      Write a verification and test plan to verify correct implementation and operation according to the expected performance criteria
      Verify the implementation according to the verification plan, using the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to verify correct operation
      Document implementation, operations and maintenance
      Compare and report performance improvements to expectations
      Lesson 8: Lab 3-3 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Identify the implementation, verification, and troubleshooting tasks for OSPF route summarization for interarea and external routes
      Present a sample solution and identify possible alternative solutions
      Lesson 9: Configuring and Verifying OSPF Special Area Types
      Objectives:
      Describe the OSPF area types
      Configure OSPF stub areas
      Configure OSPF totally stubby areas
      Interpret information shown on routing tables for stub areas and totally stubby areas
      Configure OSPF NSSAs
      Verify all types of OSPF stub areas
      Lab 3-4: Configure and Verify OSPF Special Area Types
      Objectives:
      Select the required tools and commands to configure OSPF special area types
      Organize the tasks into an implementation plan to implement OSPF special area types
      Implement the identified OSFP solution to configure OSPF special area types the provided network according to the implementation plan, using Cisco IOS commands and applications in the correct order to the selected devices and portions of the network
      Write a verification and test plan to verify correct implementation and operation according to the expected performance criteria
      Verify the implementation according to the verification plan, using the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to verify correct operation
      Document implementation, operations and maintenance
      Lesson 10: Lab 3-4 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Identify the implementation and verification tasks for implementing the OSPF special area types including stub, totally-stubby, and totally not-so-stubby area (NSSA)
      Present a sample solution and identify possible alternative solutions
      Lesson 11: Configuring and Verifying OSPF Authentication
      Objectives:
      Distinguish between the two types of authentication used in OSPF
      Configure simple password authentication
      Configure MD5 authentication
      Troubleshoot simple password authentication
      Troubleshoot MD5 authentication
      Lab 3-5: Configure and Verify OSPF Authentication
      Objectives:
      Select the required tools and commands to configure OSPF Authentication
      Organize the tasks into an implementation plan to implement OSPF Authentication
      Implement the identified SOPF solution to configure route summarization in the provided network according to the implementation plan, using Cisco IOS commands and applications in the correct order to the selected devices and portions of the network
      Write a verification and test plan to verify correct implementation and operation according to the expected performance criteria
      Verify the implementation according to the verification plan, using the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to verify correct Operation Document implementation, operations and maintenance
      Compare and report performance improvements to expectations
      Develop a work plan to troubleshoot
      Assemble tools, applications and resources to troubleshoot
      Isolate the issues
      Correct all of the identified issues
      Test the fixes made
      Document and report the troubleshooting procedures, findings and recommendations
      Lesson 12: Lab 3-5 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Identify the implementation and verification tasks for implementing OSPF authentication
      Present a sample solution and identify possible alternative solution
    • Module 4: Implement an IPv4-based Redistribution Solution
      Lesson 1: Assessing Network Routing Performance and Security Issues
      Objectives:
      Determine common network performance issues
      Identify How distribution lists work
      Use distribution lists to control routing updates
      Identify how prefix lists work
      Use a prefix list to control routing updates
      Identify how route maps work
      Use route maps to control routing updates
      Use route maps to filter routes
      Suppress routing updates using passive interfaces
      Lesson 2: Operating a Network Using Multiple IP Routing Protocols
      Objectives:
      Describe the need to use multiple IP routing protocols
      Define route redistribution
      Illustrate how to configure dynamic routing protocol updates for passive interfaces and distribute lists.
      Illustrate the use of Policy routing and route maps
      Identify the seed metrics that are used by various routing protocols
      Describe the process for points of distribution in a network and identifying possible routing loops.
      Create a distribution and loop map for a given network.
      Lesson 3: Configuring and Verifying Route Redistribution
      Objectives:
      Describe the procedures necessary to configure route redistribution
      Assess the advantages of administrative distance in terms of routing protocols
      Modify administrative distance on the router globally for a particular routing protocol or specifically for certain routes to control path selection
      Assess the impact of administrative distance changes on routing tables
      Implement route maps with route redistribution to prevent routing loops
      Verify route redistribution operations
      Lab 4-1: Configure Route Redistribution Between Multiple IP Routing Protocols
      Objectives:
      Select the required tools and commands to improve routing through route redistribution in multiple protocols
      Organize the tasks into an implementation plan to improve routing through route redistribution in multiple protocols
      Implement the identified to improve routing through route redistribution in multiple protocols in the provided network according to the implementation plan, using Cisco IOS commands and applications in the correct order to the selected devices and portions of the network
      Write a verification and test plan to verify correct implementation and operation according to the expected performance criteria
      Verify the implementation according to the verification plan, using the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to verify correct operation
      Document implementation, operations and maintenance
      Compare and report performance improvements to expectations
      Lesson 4: Lab 4-1 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Identify the implementation and verification tasks for implementing the redistribution between OSPF and EIGRP and OSPF and RIPv2 protocols
      Present a sample solution and identify possible alternative solutions
    • Module 5: Implementing Path Control
      Lesson 1: Assessing Path Control Network Performance Issues
      Objectives:
      Assess path control network performance
      Use filters to determine path selection
      Use PBR to determine path selection
      Configure and verify PBR
      Configure and verify PBR operations on a Cisco router
      Lab 5-1: Configure and Verify Path Control between Multiple IP Routing Protocols
      Objectives:
      Select the required tools and commands to configure path control
      Organize the tasks into an implementation plan to implement path control functions
      Implement the identified EIGRP solution to configure path control functions in the provided network according to the implementation plan, using Cisco IOS commands and applications in the correct order to the selected devices and portions of the network
      Write a verification and test plan to verify correct implementation and operation according to the expected performance criteria
      Verify the implementation according to the verification plan, using the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to verify correct operation
      Document implementation, operations and maintenance
      Compare and report performance improvements to expectations
      Lesson 2: Lab 5-1 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Identify the implementation and verification tasks for manipulating the path for a selection of the packets traveling across the network
      Present a sample solution and identify possible alternative solutions
      Lesson 3: References to additional Path Control in E-Learning
      Objectives:
      ROUTE-01 of 3: Implement Path Control
      ROUTE-01 Lesson 1: Parallel processes when implementing Path Control
      ROUTE-01 Lesson 2: Directed Demo of Procedures to Implement Path Control by Other Methods
      ROUTE-01 Lesson 3: Self-Check Assessment
    • Module 6: Connection of an Enterprise Network to an ISP Network
      Lesson 1: Planning the Enterprise-to-ISP Connection
      Objectives:
      Describe connectivity requirement between an enterprise network and an ISP.
      Describe the methods for exchanging routing information across an ISP.
      Describe the types of enterprise-to-ISP connections and their effect on the selection of an exchange method.
      Lesson 2: Considering the Advantages of Using BGP
      Objectives:
      Describe connectivity between an enterprise network and an ISP that requires the use of BGP, including a description of the issues that arise when an enterprise decides to connect to the Internet through multiple ISPs
      Describe BGP multihoming options
      Describe how BGP routes between autonomous systems
      Describe how BGP uses path-vector functionality
      Describe the features of BGP in terms of deployment, enhancements over other distance vector routing protocol and database types
      Lesson 3: Comparing the Functions and Uses of EBGP and IBGP
      Objectives:
      Define terms used to describe BGP routers and their relationships
      Describe the requirements for establishing an external BGP (EBGP) neighbor relationship
      Describe the requirements for establishing an internal BGP (IBGP) neighbor relationship
      Use of metrics
      Lesson 4: Configuring and Verifying Basic BGP Operations
      Objectives:
      Initiate basic BGP configuration
      Activate a BGP session for external and internal neighboring routers
      Administratively shut down and re-enable a BGP neighbor
      Select the factors and options to correctly configure BGP
      Describe BGP neighbor states
      Configure MD5 authentication on the BGP TCP connection between two routers
      Configure and verify BGP operations in a single-homed environment.
      Troubleshoot BGP configuration
      Lab 6-1: Configure BGP Operations
      Objectives:
      Select the required tools and commands to configure EBGP operations
      Organize the tasks into an implementation plan to implement EIGRP functions
      Implement the identified EBGP solution to configure basic EBGP functions in the provided network according to the implementation plan, using Cisco IOS commands and applications in the correct order to the selected devices and portions of the network
      Write a verification and test plan to verify correct implementation and operation according to the expected performance criteria
      Verify the implementation according to the verification plan, using the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to verify correct operation
      Document implementation, operations and maintenance
      Lesson 5: Lab 6-1 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Compare your solution, findings, and action log against a set of checkpoints provided by the instructor and identify common and alternative solutions.
      Consolidate the lessons learned during the review discussions into a set of best practice methods and commands to aid you in future troubleshooting procedures.
      Lesson 6: Using the BGP Attributes and Path Selection Process
      Objectives:
      Characterize BGP attributes that effect outbound EBGP path selection
      Select the criteria for selecting a BGP path
      Configure the AS path attribute to effect outbound EBGP path selection
      Describe how the local preference attribute can be configured to effect outbound path selection
      Configure the weight attribute to effect outbound EBGP path selection
      Use route maps to set selected attributes for selected routes to control outbound EBGP path selection
      Describe how the MED attribute can be configured to effect inbound EBGP path selection
      Describe how the AS path attribute (AS prepending) can be configured to affect inbound EBGP path selection
      Describe how to use route maps to set selected attributes for selected routes to control outbound EBGP path selection
      AS Path prepending
      MED
      Lab 6-2: Manipulate EBGP Path Selections
      Objectives:
      Select the required tools and commands to configure EBGP path selections
      Organize the tasks into an implementation plan to implement VS
      Implement the identified EBGP solution to configure EBGP in the provided network according to the implementation plan, using Cisco IOS commands and applications in the correct order to the selected devices and portions of the network
      Write a verification and test plan to verify correct implementation and operation according to the expected performance criteria
      Verify the implementation according to the verification plan, using the appropriate show and debug commands and applications to verify correct operation
      Document implementation, operations and maintenance
      Lesson 7: Lab 6-2 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Identify the implementation and verification tasks to establish BGP adjacency in the network and manipulate the BGP path using local preference and MED BGP attributes
      Present the sample solution and identify possible alternative solutions
      Lesson 8: E-Learning Training on IPv6 and Routing for Branch Offices and Remote Workers

      Objectives:
      Route-02: Implementing IPv6
      Lesson 1: IPv6 Addressing and Unicast
      Lesson 2: Implementing RIPng, OSPFv3, EIGRP and Redistribution in IPv6
      Lesson 3: IPv6 Transition Techniques
      Lesson 4: NAT and PAT with IPv6
      ROUTE-03: Implementing Routing Facilities for Branch Offices and Mobile Workers
      Lesson 1: Analyzing Branch Office Designs and Planning for Branch Office Installations
      Lesson 2: Directed Demo - Implement Special Facilities for Branch Offices.
      Lesson 3: Lab Debrief
      Lesson 4: Analyzing Mobile Workers Designs and Planning for Mobile Workers Installations
      Lesson 5: Directed Demo - Implement Special Facilities for Mobile Workers.
      Lesson 6: Lab 03-2 Debrief
      Lesson 7: Self-Check Assessment

  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 1-1: Assess Skills for Implementing Complex Networks
    Lab 2-1: Configure and Verify EIGRP Operations
    Lab 2-2: Configure and Verify EIGRP Circuit Emulation and Frame Relay Operations
    Lab 2-3: Configure and Verify EIGRP Authentication
    Lab 2-4: Implement and Verify EIGRP operations
    Lab 3-1: Configure and Verify OSPF to Improve Routing Performance
    Lab 3-2: Implement and Verify OSPF Multiarea Routing
    Lab 3-3: Configure and Verify OSPF Route Summarization for Interarea and External
    Lab 3-4: Configure and Verify OSPF Special Area Types
    Lab 3-5: Configure and Verify OSPF Authentication
    Lab 4-1: Configure Route Redistribution Between Multiple IP Routing Protocols
    Lab 5-1: Configure and Verify Path Control Between Multiple IP Routing Protocols
    Lab 6-1: Configure BGP Operations
    Lab 6-2: Manipulate EBGP Path Selections
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Routing Switching Course CCNP - 642-813 SWITCH
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      Implementing Cisco Switched Networks (SWITCH) v1.0 is a five-day instructor-led training course, designed to help students prepare to plan, configure, and verify the implementation of complex enterprise switching solutions for campus environments using the Cisco Enterprise Campus Architecture. These skills are validated in the Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching certification, a professional-level certification specializing in the routing and switching field. This course is a component of the Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching curriculum. This course is designed to give students a firm understanding of how to manage switches in an enterprise campus environment. This training class reinforces the instruction by providing students with hands-on labs.

      Note: Students registering for this course will be receiving their course kit in a digital format.
      To be able to view your digital kit you will need to bring a laptop computer, the recommended system requirements and instructions to access the course kit content can be found at the following link: Click Here
    • To participate in the hands-on labs in this class, you need to bring a laptop computer with the following:
      Digital Course Kit Requirements and Instructions
      We recommend using at least a Pentium 4 or better and 1 GB of RAM or more.
      We recommend running Windows XP Professional SP3 or greater (Vista & Windows 7/8).
      Mac & Linux machines are also supported.
      All PCs require Internet Explorer 7 or greater, Mozilla FireFox, or Google Chrome.
      Note: When testing connectivity, Mozilla & Chrome may not be able to fully complete the tests as intended.
      All students should have administrator rights to their PCs.
      If you do not have administrator rights to your PC, you at least need permissions to download, install, and run Active-X controls in Internet Explorer or Cisco Any Connect Client.
      If you are participating in a WebEx event, you should have internet access served by at least a 512K link, a full T1 Connection is recommended.
      All PCs require the latest Java Runtime Environment, which can be downloaded from www.java.com.

      If you have any questions or issues with meeting the recommended requirements, please contact us at info@bay-infotech.com to discuss.
    • Objectives
      Upon completing this course, the student will be able to meet these overall objectives:
      Analyze campus network designs
      Implement VLANs in a network campus
      Implement spanning tree
      Implement inter-VLAN routing in a campus network
      Implement a highly available network
      Implement high-availability technologies and techniques using multilayer switches in a campus environment
      Implement security features in a switched network
      Integrate WLANs into a campus network
      Accommodate voice and video in campus networks
    • PREREQUISITES
      The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course include the following:
      Knowledge and experience equivalent to having attended the Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1) and Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2) courses. This includes knowledge and experience of the following issues:
      Network function, the functions of network components, the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model, and the ability to identify major network components
      Use of the host-to-host packet delivery process to describe issues related to increasing traffic on an Ethernet LAN and identifying switched LAN technology solutions to Ethernet networking issues
      The reasons for extending the reach of a LAN, and the methods that can be used to extend this reach, with a focus on RF wireless access
      The reasons for connecting networks with routers, and how routed networks transmit data through the use of TCP/IP
      The function of WANs and major WAN devices; configuration of PPP encapsulation, static and dynamic routing, and Port Address Translation (PAT) and Routing Information Protocol (RIP) routing
      Use of the command-line interface (CLI) to discover neighbors on the network and manage router startup and configuration
      How to configure and troubleshoot a small network
      How to expand a small-sized, switched LAN to a medium-sized LAN with multiple switches, supporting VLANs, trunking, and spanning tree
      Routing concepts as they apply to a medium-sized network and considerations when implementing routing on the network
      Configuring, verifying, and troubleshooting Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
      Configuring, verifying, and troubleshooting Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)
      How to apply access control lists (ACLs) based on network requirements, and configure, verify, and troubleshoot ACLs on a medium-sized network
      When to use Network Address Translation (NAT) or PAT on a medium-sized network and configure NAT or PAT on routers, and knowledge of IPv6 addressing and configuration IPv6 in a Cisco router
      How to identify and implement the appropriate WAN technology based on network requirements
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      The primary audience for this course is as follows:
      A network professional who will need to correctly implement switch-based solutions given a network design using Cisco IOS services and features. The typical job roles for this type of professional are network engineers, network operations center (NOC) technical support personnel, or help desk technicians.
      The secondary audience for this course is as follows:
      Any individual involved in network operations and support.
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1: Analyzing Campus Network Designs
      Lesson 1: Enterprise Campus Architecture
      Objectives:
      Describe Cisco SONA
      Evaluate the benefits of the enterprise campus architecture
      Determine the function of the core layer
      Evaluate the impact of traffic types on the network infrastructure
      Lesson 2: Cisco Lifecycle Services and Network Implementation
      Objectives:
      Describe the PPDIOO life-cycle approach
      Describe PPDIOO implementation planning
      Lab 1-1: New Hire Test
      Objectives:
      Prepare basic configuration templates for your switches
      Explore the remote lab device connections
      Deploy configuration templates on your switches
      Verify your configurations according to the verification plan you created
      Lesson 3: Lab 1-1 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Review and verify your solution, as well as your findings and action log, against a set of checkpoints provided by the instructor.
      Consolidate the lessons learned during the review discussions into a set of best practice methods and commands to aid you in future deployment procedures.
    • Module 2: Implementing VLANs in Campus Networks
      Lesson 1: Applying Best Practices for VLAN Topologies
      Objectives:
      Describe the different VLAN segmentation models
      Given an enterprise VLAN network design, describe the information needed to create an implementation plan, identify the choices that need to be made, and analyze the consequences of those choices
      Given an enterprise VLAN network design that contains end-to-end VLANs and trunks, create an implementation and verification plan; then successfully execute that plan
      Given an enterprise VLAN network design that contains VTP, create an implementation and verification plan; then successfully execute that plan
      Lesson 2: Configuring Private VLANs
      Objectives:
      Describe PVLANs
      Configure isolated PVLANs
      Configure community PVLANs
      Given an enterprise VLAN network design that contains PVLANs, create an implementation and verification plan; then successfully execute that plan
      Configure PVLANs across multiple switches
      Lesson 3: Configuring Link Aggregation with EtherChannel
      Objectives:
      Understand the benefits of EtherChannel
      Compare the PAgP and the LACP
      Given an enterprise VLAN network design that contains Layer 2 EtherChannel links, create an implementation and verification plan; then successfully execute that plan
      Given an enterprise VLAN network design that contains load balancing among the ports included in an EtherChannel, create an implementation and verification plan; then successfully execute that plan
      Lab 2-1: Design and Implement VLANs, Trunks, and EtherChannel
      Objectives:
      Plan a segmented Layer 2 network implementation
      Create a Layer 2 implementation and verification plan
      Implement a full Layer 2 solution including VLANs, trunks, pruning, VTP, and EtherChannel
      Lesson 4: Lab 2-1 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Discuss lab results
      Lab 2-2: Troubleshoot Common VLAN Configuration and Security Issues
      Objectives:
      Diagnose and resolve Layer 2 connectivity problems
      Diagnose and resolve VLAN and EtherChannel-related problems
      Document troubleshooting progress, configuration changes, and problem resolution
      Lesson 5: Lab 2-2 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Discuss lab results
      Lab 2-3: Configure Private VLANs
      Objectives:
      Plan a segmented private VLAN implementation
      Create a private VLAN implementation and verification plan
      Implement private VLANs
      Lesson 6: Lab 2-3 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Discuss lab results
    • Module 3: Implementing Spanning Tree
      Lesson 1: Spanning Tree Protocol Enhancements
      Objectives:
      Describe the various STP standards
      Describe STP operations
      Implement and configure PVRST+
      Understand RSTP port roles
      Verify RSTP configurations
      Describe MSTP
      Implement and configure MSTP
      Lesson 2: Describing STP Stability Mechanisms
      Objectives:
      Protect the operation of STP
      Configure BPDUGuard
      Configure BPDUFilter
      Configure RootGuard
      Configure LoopGuard
      Configure UDLD to detect and shut down unidirectional links
      Optimize STP operations by using the right combination of STP stability features
      Lab 3-1: Implement Multiple Spanning Tree
      Objectives:
      Design a spanning tree
      Create a spanning tree implementation plan
      Implement a spanning tree according to an implementation plan.
      Create a spanning tree verification plan
      Verify the spanning tree according to the verification plan
      Lesson 3: Lab 3-1 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Discuss lab results
      Lab 3-2: Implement PVSRT+
      Objectives:
      Design a migration plan to PVRST+
      Create a PVRST+ implementation plan
      Implement PVRST+ according to implementation plan
      Create a PVRST+ verification plan
      Verify the PVRST+ spanning tree according to the verification plan
      Lesson 4: Lab 3-2 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Discuss lab results
      Lab 3-3: Troubleshoot Spanning Tree Issues
      Objectives:
      Develop a work plan to troubleshoot configuration and security issues in the STP
      Isolate the causes of the problems
      Correct all of the identified spanning tree issues
      Document and report the troubleshooting findings and recommendations
      Lesson 5: Lab 3-2 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Discuss lab results
    • Module 4: Implementing Inter-VLAN Routing
      Lesson 1: Describing Routing Between VLANs
      Objectives:
      Configure both a switch and router to accommodate inter-VLAN packet transfer using an external router
      Describe a Layer 3 SVI
      Understand commands that are used to configure an SVI
      Describe a routed port on a multilayer switch
      Understand commands that are used to configure a routed port on a multilayer switch
      Configure Layer 3 EtherChannel links
      Configure inter-VLAN routing on a multilayer switch
      Configure DHCP services on a Layer 3 switch
      Lesson 2: Deploying Multilayer Switching with Cisco Express Forwarding
      Objectives:
      Understand the process of multilayer switching, and how it differs when you are performing Layer 2 versus Layer 3 switching
      Understand the packet and frame header rewriting that is performed by a multilayer switch
      Explain Layer 3 switch processing
      Describe the various switching methods that are available on a Cisco switch
      Describe and configure Cisco Express Forwarding on a Cisco switch
      Lab 4-1: Implement Inter-VLAN Routing
      Objectives:
      Design a Layer 3 network
      Create an implementation requirements list
      Create a step-by-step implementation and verification plan
      Implement and verify inter-VLAN routing and routing protocols
      Lesson 3: Lab 4-1 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Discuss lab results
      Lab 4-2 Troubleshoot Inter-VLAN Routing
      Objectives:
      Develop a work plan to troubleshoot configuration and inter-VLAN routing issues
      Isolate the causes of the problems
      Correct all of the identified routing issues
      Test the corrections made
      Document and report the troubleshooting findings and recommendations
      Lesson 4: Lab 4-2 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Discuss lab results
    • Module 5: Implementing a Highly Available Network
      Lesson 1: Understanding High Availability
      Objectives:
      Evaluate the uses, requirements, benefits, and performance expectations of high availability in a given enterprise network design
      Describe resiliency for high availability
      Design the network for optimal redundancy
      Lesson 2: Implementing High Availability
      Objectives:
      Implement high availability at the switch levelUse Cisco StackWise technology on access switches
      Evaluate the impact of too little redundancy
      Assess the impact of uplink failure
      Lesson 3: Implementing Network Monitoring
      Objectives:
      Implement network monitoringConfigure IP SLA technology
      Lab 5-1: Implement High Availability in a Network Design
      Objectives:
      Design a high availability solution consisting of a syslog, SNMP reporting, and an IP SLA solution
      Create an implementation requirements list
      Create a step-by-step implementation and verification plan
      Implement and verify your solution
      Lesson 4: Lab 5-1 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Discuss lab results
    • Module 6: Implementing Layer 3 High Availability
      Lesson 1: Configuring Layer 3 Redundancy with HSRP
      Objectives:
      Describe routing issuesIdentify the router redundancy process
      Configure HSRP operations
      Describe and fine-tune HSRP Troubleshoot HSRP
      Lesson 2: Configuring Layer 3 Redundancy with VRRP and GLBP
      Objectives:
      Describe VRRPIdentify the VRRP operations process
      Configure VRRP
      Describe GLBP
      Identify the GLBP operations process
      Configure GLBP
      Lab 6-1: Implement and Tune HSRP
      Objectives:
      Design an HSRP solution
      Create an implementation requirements list
      Create a step-by-step implementation and verification plan
      Implement and verify your solution
      Lesson 3: Lab 6-1 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Discuss lab results
      Lab 6-2: Implement VRRP
      Objectives:
      Design a VRRP solution
      Create an implementation requirements list
      Create a step-by-step implementation and verification plan
      Implement and verify your solution
      Lesson 4: Lab 6-2 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Discuss lab results
    • Module 7: Minimizing Service Loss and Data Theft in a Campus Network
      Lesson 1: Understanding Switch Security Issues
      Objectives:
      Describe switch and Layer 2 security as a subset of an overall network security plan
      Describe how a rogue device gains unauthorized access to a network
      Categorize switch attack types and list mitigation options
      Describe how a MAC flooding attack works to overflow a CAM Campus Backbone Layer table
      Describe how port security is used to block input from devices based on Layer 2 restrictions
      Describe the procedure for configuring port security on a switch
      Describe the methods that can be used for authentication using AAA
      Describe port-based authentication using 802.1X
      Lesson 2: Protecting Against VLAN Attacks
      Objectives:
      Describe how VLAN hopping occurs and why it is a security vulnerability
      Explain the procedure for configuring a switch to mitigate VLAN hopping attacks
      Describe VACLs and their purpose as part of VLAN security
      Explain the procedure for configuring VACLs
      Lesson 3: Protecting Against Spoofing Attacks
      Objectives:
      Identify DHCP spoofing attacks
      Prevent attacks using DHCP snooping
      Configure DHCP snooping
      Describe ARP poisoning
      Protect against ARP spoofing attacks with DAI
      Lesson 4: Securing Network Services
      Objectives:
      Identify Cisco Discovery Protocol and LLDP vulnerabilities
      Identify Telnet protocol vulnerabilities
      Configure SSH
      Configure vty ACLs
      Configure Cisco IOS secure HTTP server
      Understand switch security considerations
      Lab 7-1: Secure Network Switches to Mitigate Security Attacks
      Objectives:
      Perform a baseline assessment of network switch security settings
      Identify possible threats, points of attack, and vulnerability points in the network
      Write an implementation plan to implement security measures on network switches
      Write a plan to test and verify security threat mitigation measures for VLANs
      Configure port security and other switch security features
      Configure a VACL
      Verify the correct implementation of security measures
      Document the switch and VLAN security plan, settings, operations, and maintenance
      Lesson 5: Lab 7-1 Debrief
      Objectives
      Discuss lab results
    • Module 8: Accommodating Voice and Video in Campus Networks
      Lesson 1: Planning for Support of Voice in a Campus Network
      Objectives:
      Discuss the components of a VoIP network and the components of IP telephony
      Compare the uniform bandwidth consumption of voice traffic to the intermittent bandwidth consumption of data traffic
      Compare video bandwidth consumption to voice and data bandwidth consumption based on video application types
      Identify a solution for latency, jitter, bandwidth, packet loss, reliability, and security for voice and video traffic integration into a data network
      Lesson 2: Integrating and Verifying VoIP in a Campus Infrastructure
      Objectives:
      Plan for VoIP requirements
      Describe Voice VLANs
      Configure and Verify Voice VLANs
      Plan PoE requirements and configure PoE
      Provide additional services required by VoIP devices
      Create a Test Plan for VoIP integration
      Lesson 3: Working with Specialists to Accommodate Voice and Video on Campus Switches
      Objectives:
      Describe high availability applied to VoIP or video traffic
      Build an integrated voice/video/data campus network
      Explain the need for QoS for VoIP and video integration
      Configure basic QoS for voice and video VLANs
      Lab 8-1: Plan Implementation and Verification of VoIP in a Campus Network
      Objectives:
      Gather information regarding the implementation of VoIP
      Prepare an implementation requirements list for VoIP readiness
      Prepare an implementation and verification plan
      Implement and verify the VoIP readiness plan
      Lesson 4: Lab 8-1 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Discuss lab results
    • Module 9: Integrating Wireless LANs into a Campus Network
      Lesson 1: Comparing WLANs with Campus Networks
      Objectives:
      Describe WLANs
      Compare wired and wireless LAN
      Describe main wireless LAN topologies
      Describe the settings specific to WLANs, such as SSIDs, and WLAN-to-VLAN mapping
      Lesson 2: Assessing the Impact of WLANs on Campus Networks
      Objectives:
      Describe WLAN implementations
      Compare WLAN solutions
      Assess traffic flow in an autonomous AP configuration and its impact on the campus LAN
      Assess traffic flow in an controller-based configuration and its impact on the campus LAN
      Lesson 3: Preparing the Campus Infrastructure for WLANs
      Objectives:
      Decide on the best placement for APs and controllers
      Configure switches for WLAN devices
      Gather WLAN requirements
      Plan WLAN integration
      Create a test plan
      Lab 9-1: Integrate Wireless in the Campus
      Ojectives:
      Identify the requirements for implementing wireless structure in a network
      Prepare an implementation plan for wireless integration
      Prepare the switched network for integration of wireless equipment
      Verify that the switched network was properly provisioned
      Lesson 4: Lab 9-1 Debrief
      Objectives:
      Discuss lab results
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 1-1: New Hire Test
    Lab 2-1: Design and Implement VLANs, Trunks, and EtherChannel
    Lab 2-2: Troubleshoot Common VLAN Configuration and Security Issues
    Lab 2-3: Configure Private VLANs
    Lab 3-1: Implement Multiple Spanning Tree
    Lab 3-2: Implement PVSRT+
    Lab 3-3: Troubleshoot Spanning Tree Issues
    Lab 4-1: Implement Inter-VLAN Routing
    Lab 4-2 Troubleshoot Inter-VLAN Routing
    Lab 5-1: Implement High Availability in a Network Design
    Lab 6-1: Implement and Tune HSRP
    Lab 6-2: Implement VRRP
    Lab 7-1: Secure Network Switches to Mitigate Security Attacks
    Lab 8-1: Plan Implementation and Verification of VoIP in a Campus Network
    Lab 9-1: Integrate Wireless in the Campus
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Routing Switching Course CCNP - 642-832 SWITCH
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT) v1.0 is an instructor-led training course that is presented by Cisco training partners to customers who use Cisco products. This five-day course is designed to help network professionals improve the skills and knowledge that they need to maintain their network and to diagnose and resolve network problems quickly and effectively. It also assists the network professional in preparing for Cisco CCNP certification. This course is a component of the CCNP curriculum.

      The course is designed to teach professionals who work in complex network environments the skills that they need to maintain their networks and to diagnose and resolve network problems quickly and effectively. The course will provide information about troubleshooting and maintaining particular technologies, as well as procedural and organizational aspects of the troubleshooting and maintenance process. A large part of the training will consist of practicing these skills and reinforcing the concepts by putting them to use in a controlled environment. At the end of the course, the students will have increased their skill level and developed a set of best practices that are based on their own experience and the experiences of other students and that they can take back to their organizations.

      Note: Students registering for this course will be receiving their course kit in a digital format.
      To be able to view your digital kit you will need to bring a laptop computer, the recommended system requirements and instructions to access the course kit content can be found at the following link: Click Here
    • To participate in the hands-on labs in this class, you need to bring a laptop computer with the following:
      Digital Course Kit Requirements and Instructions
      We recommend using at least a Pentium 4 or better and 1 GB of RAM or more.
      We recommend running Windows XP Professional SP3 or greater (Vista & Windows 7/8).
      Mac & Linux machines are also supported.
      All PCs require Internet Explorer 7 or greater, Mozilla FireFox, or Google Chrome.
      Note: When testing connectivity, Mozilla & Chrome may not be able to fully complete the tests as intended.
      All students should have administrator rights to their PCs.
      If you do not have administrator rights to your PC, you at least need permissions to download, install, and run Active-X controls in Internet Explorer or Cisco Any Connect Client.
      If you are participating in a WebEx event, you should have internet access served by at least a 512K link, a full T1 Connection is recommended.
      All PCs require the latest Java Runtime Environment, which can be downloaded from www.java.com.

      If you have any questions or issues with meeting the recommended requirements, please contact us at info@bay-infotech.com to discuss.
    • Objectives
      Upon completing this course, the student will be able to meet these overall objectives:
      Plan and document the most commonly performed maintenance functions in complex enterprise networks
      Develop a troubleshooting process to identify and resolve problems in complex enterprise networks
      Select tools that best support specific troubleshooting and maintenance processes in large, complex enterprise networks
      Practice maintenance procedures and fault resolution in switching-based environments
      Practice maintenance procedures and fault resolution in routing-based environments
      Practice maintenance procedures and fault resolution in a secure infrastructure
      Troubleshoot and maintain integrated, complex enterprise networks
    • PREREQUISITES
      The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course include the following:
      Cisco CCNA certification
      In addition to CCNA certification, it is recommended that the student have practical experience in installing, operating, and maintaining Cisco routers and switches in an enterprise environment.
      Knowledge of and experience with the implementation and verification of enterprise routing and switching technologies as offered by the Implementing Cisco Switched Networks (SWITCH) and Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE) courses or equivalent skills and knowledge. This includes knowledge and experience of the following technologies:
      Layer 2 switching
      Private VLANs, VLAN access control lists, port security
      Switch security issues
      Link aggregation protocols
      Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
      Multiple Spanning Tree (MST)
      Per VLAN Spanning Tree (PVST)
      Per VLAN Rapid Spanning Tree (PVRST)
      Inter-VLAN routing solutions
      First Hop Redundancy Protocols (FHRPs)
      Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP)
      Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)
      Gateway Load Balancing Protocol (GLBP)
      Infrastructure support of wireless, VoIP and video
      Branch office operations
      Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)
      Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
      Layer 3 path control
      Redistribution
      External Border Gateway Protocol (EBGP)
      IP version 6 (IPv6) migration
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      The primary audience for this course is as follows:
      Network professionals who want to increase their skill level at maintaining and troubleshooting complex Cisco IP networks. The typical job roles for this type of professional are network engineer, network operations center (NOC) technical support personnel, or help desk technicians.
      The secondary audience for this course is as follows:
      Any individual that is involved in network maintenance and support
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1: Planning Maintenance for Complex Networks
      Lesson 1: Applying Maintenance Methodologies
      Maintenance Models and Methodologies
      Models, Procedures, and Supporting Tools
      Lesson 2: Common Maintenance Processes and Procedures
      Essential Network Maintenance Tasks
      Maintenance Planning
      Change Control
      Documentation
      Disaster Recovery
      Network Monitoring and Performance Measurement
      Lesson 3: Network Maintenance Tools, Applications, and Resources
      Fundamental Tools
      Documentation Tools
      Disaster Recovery Tools
      Network Monitoring Tools
      Performance Measurement Tools
      Lab 1-1: Lab Access
    • Module 2: Planning Troubleshooting Processes for Complex Enterprise Networks
      Lab 2-1: Introduction to Troubleshooting
      Lesson 1: Lab 2-1 Debrief
      Review and Verification
      Consolidation
      Lesson 2: Applying Troubleshooting Methodologies
      Troubleshooting Principles
      Structured Network Troubleshooting
      Common Troubleshooting Approaches
      Troubleshooting Case Study
      Lesson 3: Planning and Implementing Troubleshooting Procedures
      Network Troubleshooting Procedures
      Reporting, Defining, and Assigning Problems
      Gathering Relevant Information
      Analysis of the Gathered Information
      Proposing and Eliminating Problem Causes
      Proposing Hypotheses
      Testing and Verifying a Proposed Hypothesis
      Wrapping Up the Process
      Lesson 4: Integrating Troubleshooting into the Network Maintenance Process
      Troubleshooting and Network Maintenance
      Documentation
      Creating a Baseline
      Communication
      Change Control
    • Module 3: Maintenance and Troubleshooting Tools and Applications
      Lesson 1: Assembling a Basic Diagnostic Toolkit Using Cisco IOS Software
      Selecting and Filtering Information
      Connection Testing
      Hardware Diagnostics
      Lesson 2: Using Specialized Maintenance and Troubleshooting Tools
      Troubleshooting and Supporting Tools
      Traffic Capturing
      Statistics Gathering and Traffic Accounting
      Notification
      Lab 3-1: Maintenance and Troubleshooting Tools
      Lesson 3: Lab 3-1 Debrief
      Review and Verification
      Consolidation
    • Module 4: Maintaining and Troubleshooting Campus Switching-Based Solutions
      Lesson 1: Troubleshooting VLANs
      LAN Switching Operation
      Switch Data Structures
      Lesson 2: Troubleshooting Spanning Tree
      Spanning Tree and Rapid Spanning Tree
      Analyzing the Spanning-Tree Topology
      Spanning-Tree Failures
      EtherChannel Operation
      Lab 4-1: Layer 2 Connectivity and Spanning Tree
      Lesson 3: Lab 4-1 Debrief
      Review and Verification
      Consolidation
      Lesson 4: Troubleshooting Switched Virtual Interfaces and Inter VLAN Routing
      Inter-VLAN Routing and Multilayer Switching
      Switched Virtual Interfaces and Routed Ports
      Lesson 5: Troubleshooting FHRPs
      Using HSRP for First-Hop Redundancy
      Verifying HSRP Operation
      Using VRRP and GLBP as Alternatives to HSRP
      Lab 4-2: Layer 3 Switching and First-Hop Redundancy
      Lesson 6: Lab 4-2 Debrief
      Review and Verification
      Consolidation
      Lesson 7: Troubleshooting Performance Problems on Switches
      Troubleshooting Physical and Data Link Layer Problems
      Troubleshooting TCAM Problems
      Troubleshooting High CPU Load on Switches
      Lesson 8: References to Additional Campus Switching Technologies in E-Learning
      Preview of E-Learning on Campus Switching Technologies
    • Module 5: Maintaining and Troubleshooting Routing-Based Solutions
      Lesson 1: Troubleshooting Network Layer Connectivity
      Layer 3 Connectivity Overview
      Layer 3 Data Structures
      Layer 3 to Layer 2 Mapping
      Lesson 2: Troubleshooting EIGRP
      EIGRP Data Structures
      EIGRP Information Flow
      Cisco IOS EIGRP Commands
      Lab 5-1: Layer 3 Connectivity and EIGRP
      Lesson 3: Lab 5-1 Debrief
      Review and Verification
      Consolidation
      Lesson 4: Troubleshooting OSPF
      OSPF Data Structures
      OSPF Information Flow Inside an Area
      OSPF Information Flow from Area to Area
      OSPF Cisco IOS Commands
      Lesson 5: Troubleshooting Route Redistribution
      The Route Redistribution Process
      Verifying Redistribution
      Lab 5-2: OSPF and Route Redistribution
      Lesson 6: Lab 5-2 Debrief
      Review and Verification
      Consolidation
      Lesson 7: Troubleshooting BGP
      BGP Data Structures
      BGP Routing Information Flow
      BGP Cisco IOS Commands
      Lab 5-3: Border Gateway Protocol
      Lesson 8: Lab 5-3 Debrief
      Review and Verification
      Consolidation
      Lesson 9: Troubleshooting Performance Problems on Routers
      Troubleshooting High CPU
      Understanding Cisco IOS Switching Paths
      Troubleshooting Router Memory Issues
      Lab 5-4: Router Performance
      Lesson 10: Lab 5-4 Debrief
      Review and Verification
      Consolidation
      Lesson 11: References to Additional Troubleshooting on NAT and DHCP in E-Learning
      Preview of E-Learning on Additional Routing Technologies
    • Module 6: Maintaining and Troubleshooting Network Security Solutions
      Lesson 1: Troubleshooting Security Features
      Network and Device Security
      Lab 6-1: Introduction to Network Security
      Lesson 2: Lab 6-1 Debrief
      Review and Verification
      Consolidation
      Lesson 3: Security Features Review
      Troubleshooting Transport Layer Problems
      Cisco IOS Firewall
      Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting
      Lab 6-2: Cisco IOS Security Features
      Lesson 4: Lab 6-2 Debrief
      Review and Verification
      Consolidation
      Lesson 5: References to Additional Security Troubleshooting in E-Learning
      Preview of E-Learning on Additional Security Troubleshooting
    • Module 7: Maintaining and Troubleshooting Integrated, Complex Enterprise Networks
      Lesson 1: Troubleshooting Complex Environments
      Troubleshooting Complex Networks
      Introduction to Lab 7-1, Troubleshooting Complex Environments
      Lab 7-1: Troubleshooting Complex Environments
      Lesson 2: Lab 7-1 Debrief
      Review and Verification
      Consolidation
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 1-1: Lab Access
    Lab 2-1: Introduction to Troubleshooting
    Lab 3-1: Maintenance and Troubleshooting Tools
    Lab 4-1: Layer 2 Connectivity and Spanning Tree
    Lab 4-2: Layer 3 Switching and First-Hop Redundancy
    Lab 5-1: Layer 3 Connectivity and EIGRP
    Lab 5-2: OSPF and Route Redistribution
    Lab 5-3: Border Gateway Protocol
    Lab 5-4: Router Performance
    Lab 6-1: Introduction to Network Security
    Lab 6-2: Cisco IOS Security Features
    Lab 7-1: Troubleshooting Complex Environments
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Routing Switching Course CCIE - 350-001
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Security Course CCNA - 640-554 IINS
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      Implementing Cisco IOS Network Security (IINS) v2.0 is a five-day instructor-led course that is presented by Cisco Learning Partners to end users and channel partner customers. The content focuses on the design, implementation, and monitoring of a comprehensive security policy, using Cisco IOS security features and technologies as examples. The course covers security controls of Cisco IOS devices as well as a functional introduction to the Cisco ASA adaptive security appliance. Using instructor-led discussion, lecture, and hands-on lab exercises, this course allows students to perform basic tasks to secure a small branch office network using Cisco IOS security features that are available through web-based GUIs (Cisco Configuration Professional) and the CLI on Cisco routers, switches, and ASA appliances.
    • To participate in the hands-on labs in this class, you need to bring a laptop computer with the following:
      Digital Course Kit Requirements and Instructions
      We recommend using at least a Pentium 4 or better and 1 GB of RAM or more.
      We recommend running Windows XP Professional SP3 or greater (Vista & Windows 7/8).
      Mac & Linux machines are also supported.
      All PCs require Internet Explorer 7 or greater, Mozilla FireFox, or Google Chrome.
      Note: When testing connectivity, Mozilla & Chrome may not be able to fully complete the tests as intended.
      All students should have administrator rights to their PCs.
      If you do not have administrator rights to your PC, you at least need permissions to download, install, and run Active-X controls in Internet Explorer or Cisco Any Connect Client.
      If you are participating in a WebEx event, you should have internet access served by at least a 512K link, a full T1 Connection is recommended.
      All PCs require the latest Java Runtime Environment, which can be downloaded from www.java.com.

      If you have any questions or issues with meeting the recommended requirements, please contact us at info@bay-infotech.com to discuss.
    • Objectives
      Upon completing this course, the student will be able to meet these overall objectives:
      Describe the components of a comprehensive network security policy that can be used to counter threats against IT systems, within the context of a security policy life cycle
      Develop and implement security countermeasures that are aimed at protecting network elements as part of the network infrastructure
      Deploy and maintain threat control and containment technologies for perimeter security in small and midsize networks
      Describe secure connectivity strategies and technologies using VPNs, as well as configure site-to-site and remote-access VPNs using Cisco IOS features
    • PREREQUISITES
      The knowledge and skills that a student must have before attending this course are as follows:
      Skills and knowledge equivalent to those learned in Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)
      Working knowledge of the Windows operating system
      Working knowledge of Cisco IOS networking and concepts
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      The primary audience for this course is as follows:
      Network designers
      Network administrators
      Network engineers
      Network managers
      System engineers
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1: Networking Security Fundamentals
      Lesson 1: Introducing Networking Security Concepts
      Lesson 2: Understanding Security Policies Using a Life-Cycle Approach
      Lesson 3: Building a Security Strategy for Borderless Networks
    • Module 2: Protecting the Network Infrastructure
      Lesson 1: Introducing Cisco Network Foundation Protection
      Lesson 2: Protecting the Network Infrastructure Using Cisco Configuration Professional
      Lesson 3: Securing the Management Plane on Cisco IOS Devices
      Lesson 4: Configuring AAA on Cisco IOS Devices Using Cisco Secure ACS
      Lesson 5: Securing the Data Plane on Cisco Catalyst Switches
      Lesson 6: Securing the Data Plane in IPv6 Environments
    • Module 3: Threat Control and Containment
      Lesson 1: Planning a Threat Control Strategy
      Lesson 2: Implementing Access Control Lists for Threat Mitigation
      Lesson 3: Understanding Firewall Fundamentals
      Lesson 4: Implementing Cisco IOS Zone-Based Policy Firewalls
      Lesson 5: Configuring Basic Firewall Policies on Cisco ASA Appliances
      Lesson 6: Understanding IPS Fundamentals
      Lesson 7: Implementing Cisco IOS IPS
    • Module 4: Secure Connectivity
      Lesson 1: Understanding the Fundamentals of VPN Technologies
      Lesson 2: Introducing Public Key Infrastructure
      Lesson 3: Examining IPsec Fundamentals
      Lesson 4: Implementing Site-to-Site VPNs on Cisco IOS Routers
      Lesson 5: Implementing SSL VPNs Using Cisco ASA Appliances
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 2-1: Hardening Network Elements Using Cisco Configuration Professional
    Lab 2-2: Securing Administrative Access to Cisco Routers
    Lab 2-3: Configuring AAA on Cisco Routers and Switches to Use Cisco Secure ACS
    Lab 2-4: Configuring Data Plane Security on Layer 2 Switches
    Lab 3-1: Using ACLs to Implement a Threat Containment Strategy
    Lab 3-2: Implementing Cisco IOS Zone-Based Firewalls
    Lab 3-3: Implementing Basic Network Connectivity Using Cisco ASDM on the Cisco ASA Appliance
    Lab 3-4: Configuring Cisco IOS IPS
    Lab 4-1: Configuring Site-to-Site IPsec VPNs
    Lab 4-2: Configuring SSL VPNs on Cisco ASA Appliances Using Cisco ASDMv
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Security Course CCNP - 300-208 SISAS
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      Implementing Cisco Secure Access Solutions (SISAS) v1.0 is a newly created five-day instructor-led training (ILT) course that is part of the curriculum path leading to the Cisco Certified Network Professional Security (CCNP Security) certification. Additionally, it is designed to prepare security engineers with the knowledge and hands-on experience so that they can deploy Ciscos Identity Services Engine and 802.1X secure network access.

      The goal of the course is to provide students with foundational knowledge and the capabilities to implement and managed network access security by utilizing Cisco ISE appliance product solution.

      The student will gain hands-on experience with configuring various advance Cisco security solutions for mitigating outside threats and securing devices connecting to the network. At the end of the course, students will be able to reduce the risk to their IT infrastructures and applications using Ciscos ISE appliance feature and provide operational support identity and network access control.
    • Objectives
      Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
      Understand Cisco Identity Services Engine architecture and access control capabilities
      Understand 802.1X architecture, implementation and operation
      Understand commonly implemented Extensible Authentication Protocols (EAP)
      Implement Public-Key Infrastructure with ISE
      Understand the implement Internal and External authentication databases
      Implement MAC Authentication Bypass
      Implement identity based authorization policies
      Understand Cisco TrustSec features
      Implement Web Authentication and Guest Access
      Implement ISE Posture service
      Implement ISE Profiling
      Understand Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) with ISE
      Troubleshoot ISE
    • PREREQUISITES
      The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:
      Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification
      Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Security certification
      Knowledge of Microsoft Windows operating system
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      The primary audience for this course is as follows:
      Network Security Engineers
  • COURSE OUTLINE
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 1-1: Bootstrap Identity System
    Lab 2-1: Enroll Cisco ISE in PKI
    Lab 2-2: Implement MAB and Internal Authentication
    Lab 2-3: Implement External Authentication
    Lab 3-1: Implement EAP-TLS
    Lab 3-2: Implement Authorization
    Lab 4-1: Implement Central WebAuth and Guest Services
    Lab 5-1: Implement Posture Service
    Lab 5-2: Implement the Profile Service
    Lab 6-1: Troubleshooting Network Access Control
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Security Course CCNP - 300-206 SENSS
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      Implementing Cisco Edge Network Security Solutions (SENSS) v1.0 is a newly created five-day instructor-led training (ILT) course that is part of the curriculum path leading to the Cisco Certified Network Professional Security (CCNP Security) certification. Additionally, it is designed to prepare security engineers with the knowledge and hands-on experience to prepare them to configure Cisco perimeter edge security solutions utilizing Cisco Switches, Cisco Routers, and Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Firewalls.

      The goal of the course is to provide students with foundational knowledge and the capabilities to implement and managed security on Cisco ASA firewalls, Cisco Routers with the firewall feature set, and Cisco Switches.

      The student will gain hands-on experience with configuring various perimeter security solutions for mitigating outside threats and securing network zones. At the end of the course, students will be able to reduce the risk to their IT infrastructures and applications using Cisco Switches, Cisco ASA, and Router security appliance feature and provide detailed operations support for these products.
    • Objectives
      Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
      Understand current security threat landscape
      Understanding and implementing Cisco modular Network Security Architectures such as SecureX and TrustSec
      Deploy Cisco Infrastructure management and control plane security controls
      Configuring Cisco layer 2 and layer 3 data plane security controls
      Implement and maintain Cisco ASA Network Address Translations (NAT)
      Implement and maintain Cisco IOS Software Network Address Translations (NAT)
      Designing and deploying Cisco Threat Defense solutions on a Cisco ASA utilizing access policy and application and identity based inspection
      Implementing Botnet Traffic Filters
      Deploying Cisco IOS Zone-Based Policy Firewalls (ZBFW)
      Configure and verify Cisco IOS ZBFW Application Inspection Policy
    • PREREQUISITES
      The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:
      Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification
      Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Security certification
      Knowledge of Microsoft Windows operating system
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      The primary audience for this course is as follows:
      Network Security Engineers
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1: Cisco Secure Design Principles
      Lesson 1: Network Security Zoning
      Lesson 2: Cisco Module Network Architecture
      Lesson 3: Cisco SecureX Architecture
      Lesson 4: Cisco TrustSec Solutions
    • Module 2: Implement Network Infrastructure Protection
      Lesson 1: Introducing Cisco Network Infrastructure Architecture
      Lesson 2: Deploying Cisco IOS Control Plane Security Controls
      Lesson 3: Deploying Cisco IOS Management Plane Security Controls
      Lesson 4: Deploying Cisco ASA Management Plane Security Controls
      Lesson 5: Deploying Cisco Traffic Telemetry Methods
      Lesson 6: Deploying Cisco IOS Layer 2 Data Plane Security Controls
      Lesson 7: Deploying Cisco IOS Layer 3 Data Plane Security Controls
    • Module 3: Deploying NAT on Cisco IOS and Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA)
      Lesson 1: Introducing Network Address Translation
      Lesson 2: Deploying Cisco ASA Network Address Translation
      Lesson 3: Deploying Cisco IOS Software Network Address Translation
    • Module 4: Deploying Threat Controls on Cisco ASA
      Lesson 1: Introducing Cisco Threat Controls
      Lesson 2: Deploying Cisco ASA Basic Access Controls
      Lesson 3: Deploying Cisco ASA Application Inspection Policies
      Lesson 4: Deploying Cisco ASA Botnet Traffic Filtering
      Lesson 5: Deploying Cisco ASA Identity Based Firewall
    • Module 5: Deploying Threat Controls on Cisco IOS Software
      Lesson 1: Deploying Cisco IOS Software with Basic Zone-Based Firewall Policies
      Lesson 2: Deploying Cisco IOS Software Zone-Based Firewall with Application Inspection Policies
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 2-1: Configuring Configure Cisco Policy Protection (CPP) and Management Plane Protection (MPP)
    Lab 2-2: Configure Traffic Telemetry Methods
    Lab 2-3: Configure Layer 2 Data Plane Security
    Lab 2-4: Configure Layer 3 Data Plane Security
    Lab 3-1: Configure NAT on Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Firewall
    Lab 3-2: Configure NAT on Cisco IOS Software
    Lab 4-1: Configure Cisco ASA Access Policy
    Lab 4-2: Configure Cisco ASA Application Inspection Policy
    Lab 4-3: Configure Cisco ASA Botnet Traffic Filter
    Lab 4-4: Configure Cisco ASA Identity Based Firewall
    Lab 5-1: Configure Cisco IOS Software Zone-Based Firewall (ZBFW)
    Lab 5-2: Configure Cisco IOS Software ZBFW Application Inspection Policy
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Security Course CCNP - 300-209 SIMOS
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      Implementing Cisco Secure Mobility Solutions (SIMOS) v1.0 is a newly created five-day instructor-led training (ILT) course that is part of the curriculum path leading to the Cisco Certified Network Professional Security (CCNP Security) certification. This course is designed to prepare network security engineers with the knowledge and skills they need to protect data traversing a public or shared infrastructure such as the Internet by implementing and maintaining Cisco VPN solutions. Students of this course will gain hands-on experience with configuring and troubleshooting remote access and site-to-site VPN solutions, using Cisco ASA adaptive security appliances and Cisco IOS routers.
    • Objectives
      Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
      Describe the various VPN technologies and deployments as well as the cryptographic algorithms and protocols that provide VPN security.
      Implement and maintain Cisco site-to-site VPN solutions.
      Implement and maintain Cisco FlexVPN in point-to-point, hub-and-spoke, and spoke-to-spoke IPsec VPNs.
      Implement and maintain Cisco clientless SSL VPNs.
      Implement and maintain Cisco AnyConnect SSL and IPsec VPNs.
      Implement and maintain endpoint security and dynamic access policies (DAP).
    • PREREQUISITES
      The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:
      Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification
      Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Security certification
      Knowledge of Microsoft Windows operating system
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      The primary audience for this course is as follows:
      Network Security Engineers
  • COURSE OUTLINE
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Module 2 Lab 1: Implement Site-to-Site Secure Connectivity on the Cisco ASA
    Module 2 Lab 2: Implement Cisco IOS Static VTI Point-to-Point Tunnel
    Module 2 Lab 3: Implement DMVPN
    Module 3 Lab 1: Implement Site-to-Site Secure Connectivity Using Cisco IOS FlexVPN
    Module 3 Lab 2: Implement Hub-to-Spoke Secure Connectivity Using Cisco IOS Flex VPN
    Module 3 Lab 3: Implement Spoke-to-Spoke Secure Connectivity Using Cisco IOS Flex VPN
    Module 4 Lab 1: Implement ASA Basic Clientless SSL VPN
    Module 4 Lab 2: Application Access clientless SSL
    Module 4 Lab 3: Advanced AAA clientless SSL
    Module 5 Lab 1: Implement ASA Basic AnyConnect SSL VPN
    Module 5 Lab 2: Configure Advanced Cisco AnyConnect SSL VPN on Cisco ASA
    Module 5 Lab 3: Configure Cisco AnyConnect IPsec/IKEv2 VPNs on Cisco ASA
    Module 5 Lab 4: Configure Advanced Authentication for Cisco AnyConnect VPN on Cisco ASA
    Module 6 Lab 1: Configure Hostscan and DAP for AnyConnect SSL VPNs
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Security Course CCNP - 300-207 SITCS
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      Implementing Cisco Threat Control Solutions (SITCS) v1.0 is a newly created five-day instructor-led training (ILT) course, which is part of the curriculum path leading to the Cisco Certified Network Professional Security (CCNP Security) certification. Additionally, it is designed to prepare security engineers with the knowledge and hands-on experience so that they can deploy Ciscos Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) as well as Web Security, Email Security and Cloud Web Security.

      The goal of the course is to provide students with foundational knowledge and the capabilities to implement and managed security on Cisco ASA firewalls utilizing Cisco Next Generation product solution which integrates Cisco Prime Security Manager for managing identity policies.

      The student will gain hands-on experience with configuring various advance Cisco security solutions for mitigating outside threats and securing traffic traversing the firewall. At the end of the course, students will be able to reduce the risk to their IT infrastructures and applications using Ciscos Next Generation Firewall security appliance feature and provide operational support for Intrusion Prevention Systems, Email Security, and Web based security appliances.

    • Objectives
      Upon completing this course, you will be able to:
      Understand Cisco ASA Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW)
      Deploy Cisco Web Security appliance to mitigate malware
      Configure Web Security appliance for acceptable use controls
      Configure Cisco Cloud Web Security Connectors
      Describe Cisco Email Security Solution
      Configure Cisco Email Appliance Incoming and Outgoing Policies
      Describe IPS Threat Controls
      Configure and Implement Cisco IPS Sensor into a Network
    • PREREQUISITES
      The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:
      Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification
      Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Security certification
      Knowledge of Microsoft Windows operating system
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      The primary audience for this course is as follows:
      Network Security Engineers
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1: Cisco ASA Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) Services
      Lesson 1: Describing the Cisco Modular Network Architecture
      Lesson 2: Describing the Cisco ASA (CX) NGFW Management Architecture
      Lesson 3: Configure Cisco ASA (CX) NGFW Policy Objects
      Lesson 4: Monitoring Cisco ASA (CX) NGFW Operations
      Lesson 5: Configuring Cisco ASA (CX) NGFW Access Policies
      Lesson 6: Configuring Cisco ASA (CX) NGFW Identity Policies
      Lesson 7: Configuring Cisco ASA (CX) NGFW Access Decryption Policies
      Lesson 8: Module Summary
    • Module 2: Cisco Web Security Appliance
      Lesson 1: Describing The Cisco Web Security Appliance (WSA) Solutions
      Lesson 2: Integrating the Cisco Web Security Appliance
      Lesson 3: Configuring Cisco Web Security Appliance Identities and User Authentication Controls
      Lesson 4: Configuring Cisco Web Security Appliance Acceptable Use Control
      Lesson 5: Configuring Cisco Web Security Appliance Anti-Malware Controls
      Lesson 6: Configuring Cisco Web Security Appliance Decryption
      Lesson 7: Configuring Cisco Web Security Appliance Data Security Controls
      Lesson 8: Module Summary
    • Module 3: Cisco Cloud Web Security
      Lesson 1: Introducing Cisco FlexVPN Solution
      Lesson 2: Deploying Point-to-Point IPsec VPNs Using Cisco IOS FlexVPN
      Lesson 3: Deploying Hub-and-Spoke IPsec VPNs Using Cisco IOS FlexVPN
      Lesson 4: Deploying Spoke-to-Spoke IPsec VPNs Using Cisco IOS FlexVPN
    • Lesson 1: Describe the Cisco Email Security Solutions
      Lesson 2: Describing the Cisco Email Security Appliance Basic Configuration
      Lesson 3: Deploying Cisco ASA Application Inspection Policies
      Lesson 4: Summary
    • Module 5: Cisco Intrusion Prevention Systems
      Lesson 1: Describing IPS Threat Controls
      Lesson 2: Integrating Cisco IPS Sensor into a Network
      Lesson 3: Configuring Basic Cisco IPS Settings
      Lesson 4: Tuning Cisco IPS Signatures
      Lesson 5: Configuring Custom Cisco IPS Signatures
      Lesson 6: Configuring Cisco IPS Anomaly-Detection
      Lesson 7: Configuring Cisco IPS Reputation-Based Features
      Lesson 8: Summary
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 1-1 Exploring Cisco ASA (CX) NGFW and PRSM
    Lab 1-2 Configuring Cisco ASA (CX) NGFW Access Policy
    Lab 1-3 Configuring Cisco ASA (CX) NGFW Identity Policy
    Lab 1-2 Configuring Cisco ASA (CX) NGFW Decryption Policy Lab
    Lab 2-1: Configuring Cisco Web Security Appliance
    Lab 3-1: Configuring Cisco Cloud Web Security Connector on AnyConnect and ISR G2
    Lab 4-1: Configuring Basic Cisco Email Security Mail Policies
    Lab 5-1: Configuring Cisco Basic Cisco IPS Settings
    Lab 5-2: Tuning Cisco IPS Signatures and Anomaly -Detection
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Voice Course CCNA - 640-461 ICOMM
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      Introducing Cisco Voice and Unified Communications Administration (ICOMM) v8.1 teaches learners how to maintain and operate a Cisco Unified Communications solution that is based on Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express, Cisco Unity Connection, and Cisco Unified Presence. This course provides the learners with the knowledge and skills to achieve associate-level competency in Cisco Unified Communications.

      This course introduces the architecture, components, functionalities, and features of Cisco Unified Communications solutions and describes how daily job tasks, such as system monitoring, moves, adds, and changes are performed on Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express, Cisco Unity Connection, and Cisco Unified Presence.
    • Objectives
      Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:
      Describe the components of a Cisco Unified Communications solution and identify call signaling and media stream flows
      Provide an overview of administrator and end-user interface options in Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express, Cisco Unity Express, Cisco Unity Connection, and Cisco Unified Presence
      Understand call flows in Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
      Perform endpoint and end-user administration tasks in Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
      Describe the telephony features supported in Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
      Administer users in Cisco Unity Connection and Cisco Unified Presence, and enable the most commonly used features for both applications
      Describe how to maintain a Cisco Unified Communications solution
    • PREREQUISITES
      The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:
      Working knowledge of converged voice and data networks
      Basic knowledge of Cisco IOS gateways
      Basic knowledge of Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Unity Connection
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      The primary audience for this course is as follows:
      Network administrators and network engineers
      Cisco CCNA Voice candidates
      The secondary audience for this course is as follows:
      Systems engineers
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Course Introduction
      Learner Prerequisite Skills and Knowledge
      Course Goal and Objectives
      Course Flow
      Additional References
      Your Training Curriculum
    • Module 1: Overview of Cisco Unified Communications Solutions
      Lesson 1: Understanding the Components of Cisco Unified Communications Solutions
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Overview
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Overview
      Cisco Unity Connection Overview
      Cisco Unified Presence Overview

      Lesson 2: Understanding the Characteristics of Cisco Unified Communications Solutions
      Overview of Traditional Voice Networks
      Overview of Converged Voice Networks
      Overview of Packet-Oriented Networks
    • Module 2: Overview of Administrator and End-User Interfaces
      Lesson 1: Understanding Administrator Interfaces
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administrator Interfaces
      Cisco Unity Connection Administrator Interfaces
      Cisco Unified Presence Administrator Interfaces
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Administrator Interfaces
      Cisco Unity Express Administrator Interfaces


      Lesson 2: Understanding End-User Interfaces
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager End-User Interfaces
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express End-User Interfaces
      Cisco Unity Express End-User Interfaces
      Cisco Unity Connection End-User Interfaces
      Cisco Unified Presence End-User Interfaces
      Lesson 7: Deploying Cisco IOS Layer 3 Data Plane Security Controls
    • Module 3: Call Flows in Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
      Lesson 1: Understanding Call Flows and Call Legs
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Call Flows and Call Legs
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Call Flows and Call Legs
      Lesson 2: Understanding the Configuration Components Impacting Call Flows in Cisco Unified Communications Manager

      Cisco Unified Communications Manager CoS
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Call Routing
      Lesson 3: Understanding the Configuration Components Impacting Call Flows in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express

      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express COR
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Call Routing

    • Module 4: Endpoint and End User Administration
      Lesson 1: Understanding Endpoint Characteristics and Configuration Requirements
      IP Phone Registration Process
      IP Phone Configuration Requirements in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      IP Phone Configuration Requirements in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express

      Lesson 2: Understanding Endpoint Implementation Options
      Implementing IP Phones in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Implementing IP Phones in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
      Lesson 3: Understanding End-User Characteristics and Configuration Requirements
      End Users in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      End Users in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express

      Lesson 4: Understanding End-User Implementation Options
      Implementing End Users in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Implementing End Users in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
    • Module 5: Enablement of End User Telephony and Mobility Features
      Lesson 1: Understanding Telephony Features
      Cisco Extension Mobility in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Call Coverage in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Intercom in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Native Cisco Unified Communications Manager Presence
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Features

      Lesson 2: Enabling Telephony Features
      Configuring Extension Mobility in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Configuring Call Coverage in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Configuring Intercom Functionality in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Configuring Native Cisco Unified Communications Manager Presence
      Configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Features

      Lesson 3: Understanding Mobility Features
      Mobile Connect in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Mobile Voice Access in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Mobility in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express

      Lesson 4: Enabling Mobility Features
      Configuring Mobile Connect in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Configuring Mobile Voice Access in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Configuring Mobility in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
    • Module 6: Enablement of Cisco Unity Connection and Cisco Unified Presence
      Lesson 1: Understanding Cisco Unity Connection
      Cisco Unity Connection Overview
      Cisco Unity Connection Features

      Lesson 2: Understanding End User and Voice Mailbox Characteristics and Configuration Requirements
      Cisco Unity Connection End User Templates
      Cisco Unity Connection End Users
      Cisco Unity Connection Voice Mailboxes

      Lesson 3: Understanding End User and Voice Mailbox Implementation Options
      Configuring Cisco Unity Connection End User Templates
      Configuring Cisco Unity Connection End Users
      Importing End Users into Cisco Unity Connection
      Managing Cisco Unity Connection Message Storage

      Lesson 4: Understanding Cisco Unified Presence
      Cisco Unified Presence Features and Functionality
      Cisco Unified Presence Architecture

      Lesson 5: Enabling Cisco Unified Presence
      Setting Up End Users in Cisco Unified Communications Manager for Cisco Unified Personal Communicator
      Configuring End Users in Cisco Unified Presence
      Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Personal Communicator
      Configuring Cisco IP Phone Messenger
    • Module 7: Cisco Unified Communications Solutions Maintenance
      Lesson 1: Providing End-User Support
      Troubleshooting Phone Registration Issues
      Switch Configuration Overview
      Voice Quality Issues

      Lesson 2: Understanding Cisco Unified Communications Manager Reports
      Generating Reports on Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Analyzing the Generated Reports

      Lesson 3: Understanding Cisco Unified Communications Manager CDR Analysis and Reporting Tool Reports
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager CAR Tool Overview
      CDR Management and System Settings
      Generating CDR Reports

      Lesson 4: Monitoring the System with Cisco Unified Real-Time Monitoring Tool
      Cisco Unified RTMT Overview
      Monitoring the System with Cisco Unified RTMT
      Monitoring Cisco Unified Communications Manager with Cisco Unified RTMT

      Lesson 5: Monitoring Voice Mail in Cisco Unity Connection
      Generating Reports on Cisco Unity Connection
      Analyzing the Cisco Unity Connection Reports
      Using Reports for Troubleshooting and Maintenance

      Lesson 6: Understanding the Disaster Recovery System
      Disaster Recovery System Overview
      Backing Up Cisco Unified Communications Solutions
      Restoring Cisco Unified Communications Solutions
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 2-1: Exploring Administrator Interfaces
    Lab 2-2: Exploring End-User Interfaces
    Lab 3-1: Exploring Call Flows in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
    Lab 3-2: Exploring Call Flows in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
    Lab 4-1: Implementing Endpoints
    Lab 4-2: Implementing End Users
    Lab 5-1: Enabling Telephony Features
    Lab 5-2: Enabling Mobility Features
    Lab 6-1: Implementing End Users and Voice Mailboxes
    Lab 6-2: Enabling Cisco Unified Presence
    Lab 7-1: Providing End-User Support (optional)
    Lab 7-2: Generating Cisco Unified Communications Manager Reports
    Lab 7-3: Generating Cisco Unified Communications Manager CAR Tool Reports
    Lab 7-4: Monitoring the System with Cisco Unified RTMT
    Lab 7-5: Monitoring Usage of Cisco Unity Connection
    Lab 7-6: Backing Up Cisco Unified Communications Manager Using the Disaster Recovery System
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Voice Course CCNP - 642-437 CVOICE
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      Implementing Cisco Voice Communications and QoS (CVOICE) v8.0 teaches learners about voice gateways, characteristics of VoIP call legs, dial plans and their implementation, basic implementation of IP phones in Cisco Unified Communications Manager environment fast and essential information about gatekeepers and Cisco Unified Border Element. The course provides students with the voice-related quality of service (QoS) mechanisms that are required in networks of Cisco Unified Communications.
    • Objectives
      Explain what a voice gateway is, how it works, and describe its usage, components and features
      Describe the characteristics and configuration elements of VoIP call legs
      Describe how to implement IP phones using Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
      Describe the components of a dial plan and explain how to implement a dial plan on a voice gateway in Cisco Unified
      Explain what gatekeepers and Cisco Unified Border Elements are, how they work, and what features support
      Describe why QoS is needed, what functions does, and how it can be implemented in a network of Cisco Unified Communications

    • PREREQUISITES
      Working knowledge of fundamental terms and concepts of computer networking, including LANs, WANs, and IP switching and routing
      Ability to configure and operate Cisco IOS routers in an IP environment in Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching level
      Basic knowledge of traditional voice, converged voice and data network-level Cisco CCNA Voice
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      The primary audience for this course is that this staff:
      Network administrators and network engineers
      CCNP Voice candidates
      The secondary audience for this course consists of these personnel:
      Systems engineers
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1: Introduction to Voice Gateways
      Lesson 1: Understanding Networking Cisco Unified Communications Gateways and the role of
      Cisco Unified Communications
      Cisco Unified Communications Gateways
      Gateways to Cisco Unified Communications Deployment Models
      Hardware Platforms Gateway
      Operating modes Gateway

      Lesson 2: Examining the gateway routing and Call Legs
      Gateway Call Routing Components
      Call routing from end to end
      Peers POTS Dial Setting
      Dial Peer Matching
      Matching Dial-Peers
      Matching Peers Outdialing
      Default Dial Peer
      Direct Inward Dialing

      Lesson 3: Configuring Voice Gateway Ports
      Gateway ports voice
      Analog voice ports
      Configure analog voice ports
      Digital Voice Ports
      Understanding ISDN
      Configuring Digital Voice Ports
      ISDN Configuration
      Fine-Tuning Analog and Digital Voice Ports
      Echo cancellation
      Verifying Analog and Digital Voice Ports

      Lesson 4: Understanding DSP Functionality, Codecs and Codec Complexity
      Voice Codecs
      Quality Assessment of Codecs
      Evaluation ceiling
      Digital Signal Processors
      Codec Complexity
      DSP configuration
      Verification DSPs

    • Module 2: VoIP Call Legs
      Lesson 1: Examining VoIP Call Legs and VoIP Media Transmission
      Description of VoIP
      Converting voice to VoIP
      VoIP packetization
      VoIP Media Transmission
      Voice Activity Detection

      Lesson 2: Understanding H.323 signaling protocol
      H.323 Architecture
      H.323 Call Flows
      Codecs in H.323
      Configuring H.323 Gateways
      Personalization H.323 Gateways
      Verification of H.323 Gateways

      Lesson 3: Understanding SIP signaling protocol
      SIP Architecture
      SIP call flows
      Addressing SIP
      Codecs in SIP
      Basic SIP settings
      Configuring SIP ISDN support
      Support SIP configuration SRTP
      Tuning SIP Gateways
      Verifying SIP Gateways

      Lesson 4: Understanding MGCP signaling protocol
      MGCP Architecture
      MGCP Call Flows
      MGCP Special Considerations
      Gateways MGCP Configuration
      Customizing MGCP Gateways
      Gateways verification MGCP

      Lesson 5: Describing Requirements for VoIP Call Legs
      The audio clarity
      QoS requirements
      Transporting Modulated Data over IP networks
      Understanding Fax and Modem Pass-Through, Relay, and Store and Forward
      Gateway Signaling Protocols and Fax and Modem Relay step
      DTMF Support

      Lesson 6: Configuring VoIP Call Legs
      Components of VoIP Dial Peer Configuration
      Configuring DTMF Relay
      Configuring Fax and Modem Support
      Codecs configuration
      Limit concurrent calls

    • Module 3: Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Endpoints Implementation
      Lesson 1: Introduction to Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
      Introducing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Key Features and Benefits
      Platforms Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express compatible
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Operation

      Lesson 2: Review of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Endpoint Requirements
      Overview of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Endpoints
      Identify Requirements Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express endpoint
      Power over Ethernet
      Infrastructure VLAN
      IP Addressing and DHCP
      Network Time Protocol
      Endpoint firmware and configuration
      Configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express SCCP Environment
      Configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express in a SIP Environment

      Lesson 3: Configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Endpoints
      Directory Numbers and Phones in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
      Creating Directory Numbers for SCCP Phones
      Configuring the SCCP phone type Templates
      Creating SCCP Phones
      Creating directory numbers to SIP phone
      Creating SIP phones
      Configuring support for Cisco IP Communicator
      Administration of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Endpoints
      Verifying Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Endpoints

    • Module 4: Dial Plan Implementation
      Lesson 1: Introduction to Routing Calls
      The introduction of numbering plans
      Scalable numbering plans
      Overlapping numbering plans
      Integration and Private Public Numbering Plan
      Numbers overall implementation plan
      General routing calls

      Lesson 2: Understanding Dial Plans
      Definition of Dial Plans
      Addressing endpoint
      Call Routing and Path Selection
      Requirements PSTN Dial Plan
      Plan Requirements ISDN dial
      Digit manipulation
      Calling Privileges
      Call Coverage

      Lesson 3: Description Digit Manipulation
      Digit Collection and Consumption
      Digit Handling Components
      Digit Stripping
      Digit Forwarding
      Prefix Digit
      Number of expansion
      Caller ID Digits Manipulation
      Digit manipulation by rules and voice translation profiles
      Handling digits using dialplan pattern command
      Manipulation check digit

      Lesson 4: Configuring Route Selection
      Call Routing and Path Selection
      Dial-Peer Matching
      Route Selection Strategies
      Site-Code Phone and Toll Bypass
      Configuring Site-Code Phone and Toll Bypass
      Tail-End Hop-Off
      Setting TEHO

      Lesson 5: Configure calling privileges
      Calling Privileges Features
      Implementing Calling Privileges at Gateways
      Implementing Calling Privileges in SRST and Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
      Configuring COR
      Verification COR

    • Module 5: Gatekeeper and Cisco Unified Border Element Implementation
      Lesson 1: Understanding porters
      Gatekeeper Overview
      Gatekeeper Signaling
      Gatekeeper call routing
      Call Admission Control based on Gatekeeper
      Gatekeeper Configuration
      Gatekeeper setup areas
      Prefixes Zone Configuration
      Technology configuration prefixes
      Adapting H.323 Gateways to Gatekeepers
      Configuring Gatekeeper CAC
      Basic Gatekeeper Functionality Verification

      Lesson 2: Review of Cisco Unified Border Element
      Cisco Unified Border Element Overview
      Protocol interworking factor on Cisco Unified Border
      Liquid media factor on Cisco Unified Border
      Configuring Media Flow and Transparent Codec
      CAC based on RSVP Border Element Cisco Unified
      Cash Call Cisco Unified Border Element
      H.323 setup H.323 interworking
      Configuring H.323-to-SIP Interworking
      Border Element Cisco Unified Verification
    • Module 6: Quality of Service
      Lesson 1: Introduction to QoS
      QoS Issues
      QoS and voice traffic
      QoS for Unified Communications Networks
      QoS requirements
      Methods to implement QoS policy
      QoS Models

      Lesson 2: Understanding QoS Mechanisms and Models
      DiffServ Model
      DSCP Coding
      DiffServ PHBs
      DiffServ Class Selector
      DiffServ QoS Mechanisms
      Cisco QoS Baseline Model

      Lesson 3: Explanation of classification, marking, and Link Efficiency Mechanisms
      Modular QoS CLI
      Configuring Classification
      Configuring Class-Based Marking
      Confidence limits
      Mapping CoS network QoS Layer
      Link Efficiency Mechanisms Overview
      Link Speeds and QoS Implications
      Problems serialization
      Link Fragmentation and Interleaving
      Configuring MLP with Interleaving
      Configuring Frame Relay Fragmentation FRF.12
      Class-based RTP header compression

      Lesson 4: Managing congestion and Rate Limiting
      Congestion and solutions
      Policing and Shaping
      Measuring traffic rates
      Surveillance based on the class
      Setting the order based on the Class
      Class-Based Shaping
      Configuring Class-based policy
      Low Latency Queuing
      Configuring LLQ
      Calculating bandwidth for LLQ

      Lesson 5: Understanding Cisco AutoQoS
      Cisco AutoQoS VoIP
      Configuring Cisco AutoQoS VoIP
      Monitoring Cisco AutoQoS VoIP
      Automation with Cisco AutoQoS
      Cisco AutoQoS for the Enterprise
      Configuring Cisco AutoQoS for the Enterprise
      Monitoring Cisco AutoQoS for the Enterprise
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 1-1: Configuring Voice Ports
    Lab 1-2: Configuring DSP
    Lab 2-1: Configuring VoIP Call Legs
    Lab 3-1: Configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express to support endpoints
    Lab 4-1: Implementation of Digit Manipulation
    Lab 4-2: Application of Path Selection
    Lab 4-3: Implementing Calling Privileges
    Lab 5-1: Deploying Gatekeepers
    Lab 5-2: Implementing Cisco Unified Border Element
    Lab 6-1: Implementing Cisco QoS with AutoQoS and Manual Configuration
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Voice CourseCCNP - 642-447 CIPT1
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Part 1 (CIPT1) v8.0 prepares you for implementing a Cisco Unified Communications Solution Manager in an environment of a single site. This course focuses primarily on Cisco Unified Communications Manager version 8.0, which is the call routing and signaling component for resolving Cisco Unified Communications.

      It will perform the post-installation tasks, configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager, implement Media Gateway Control Protocol (MGCP) and H.323 gateways, and build dial plans to perform on-net and off-net phone calls. Furthermore, media resources are deployed, Cisco IP Phone Services, Cisco Unified Communications Manager native presence, and Cisco Unified Mobility.
    • Objectives
      Describe Cisco Unified Communications Manager, including its functions, architecture, deployment and redundancy options, and how to install or upgrade
      Configuration management and initial user Cisco Unified Communications Manager Contents
      Configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager to support group calls
      Implement PSTN access in Cisco Unified Communications Manager and create a dial plan in a single site deployment Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager media resources
      Implement Cisco Unified Manager features and applications Communications
    • PREREQUISITES
      Working knowledge of fundamental terms and concepts of computer networking, including LANs, WANs, and IP switching and routing
      Ability to configure and operate Cisco routers and switches and to enable VLANs and DHCP
      Basics of digital interfaces, PSTN and VoIP
      Fundamental knowledge of converged networks of voice and data
      Ability to configure Cisco IOS gateways with traditional and VoIP call legs
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      The primary audience for this course is that this staff:
      Network administrators and network engineers
      CCNP Voice candidates
      The secondary audience for this course consists of these personnel:
      Systems engineers
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1: Introduction to Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Lesson 1: Understanding Cisco Unified Communications Manager Architecture
      Cisco Unified Communications Overview
      Cisco Unified Communications Exam
      Hardware Requirements Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Operating System
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Database
      Overview of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Licensing Model

      Lesson 2: Understanding Cisco Unified Communications Manager deployment and redundancy options
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Deployment Options Overview
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Deployment single site
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager multisite deployment communications with centralized call processing
      Cisco Unified Manager multisite deployment of communications with Clustering over the WAN
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager deployment in virtualized servers
      The call processing redundancy Cisco Unified Communications Manager

    • Module 2: Administering Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Lesson 1: Management and Initial Configuration of Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Summary of the initial configuration of Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Network configuration options of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Overview
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager NTP and DHCP Considerations
      DNS Considerations
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Network Services functions
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Parameters of business and business phone setup
      Parameters Cisco Unified Communications Manager

      Lesson 2: Managing User Accounts in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager User Accounts Overview
      Managing user accounts using the management GUI
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager BAT General
      Managing user accounts with Cisco Unified Communications Manager BAT
      LDAP Overview
    • Module 3: Single-Site On Net Calling
      Lesson 1: Understanding Endpoints in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager General Endpoints
      Boot Sequence Cisco IP Phone
      H.323 Endpoint Support Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Help others SIP IP phone in Cisco Unified Communications Manager

      Lesson 2: Implementing IP Phones
      Configuration tools and comprehensive endpoint Elements
      IP Telephone self-registration
      Setting self-registration
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager BAT and Auto-Register Phone Tool
      Using Cisco Unified Communications Manager BAT to Add Cisco Unified Communications Manager Phone
      Manually add phones to Cisco Unified Communications Manager
    • Module 4: Single-Site calls outside the network
      Lesson 1: PSTN gateways running Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Gateway Review
      MGCP Gateway Implementation
      H.323 Gateway Implementation
      SIP Gateway Implementation

      Lesson 2: Configuring Components Cisco Unified Communications Manager call routing
      Dial Plan Components
      Addressing endpoint
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Call-Routing Overview
      Tests Digit Cisco Unified Communications
      Special features call routing
      Path Selection of Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Configuring Route-Selection of Cisco Unified Communications Manager

      Lesson 3: Using Partitions and CSSs implementing calling privileges for on-net calls
      General Calling Privileges
      Partitions and CSSs
      Example of Partitions and CSSs
      CSS and Partition Considerations

      Lesson 4: Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Digit Manipulation
      Overview of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Digit Manipulation
      Flow-Digit Handling Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Digit-Manipulation overall configuration elements
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager External Phone Number Mask
      Patterns available Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Transformation Masks Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Digit Digit Stripping and Prefixes
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager digit significant
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Global Transformations
      Incoming Settings Number of Cisco Unified Communications Manager

      Lesson 5: Implementing Gateway Selection and PSTN Access Features
      Benefits of Call-General Apps
      The implementation of schedules and time periods
      Implementing Gateway Selection and CoS
      Implementing 911 and Vanity Numbers
      The implementation of carrier selection based on time of day
      CMC and FAC
      The implementation of CMC and FAC

      Lesson 6: Application Call Coverage in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Support for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Call-Coverage
      Shared Lines
      Call Hunting
      Scenarios Call-Hunting
      Configuring Call-Hunting
    • Module 5: Resources for Media
      Lesson 1: Implementing Media Resources Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Media Resources Overview
      Support for Cisco Unified Communications Manager Media Resources
      Bridge Conference Summary
      Configuring Media Resources Conference Bridge
      Configuring Meet-Me Conference
      MOH General
      Configuring the Ministry of Health
      Advertiser Overview and Configuration
      Media Resources Overview Access-Control
      Media resource access-control configuration
    • Module 6: Characteristics and Application Deployment
      Lesson 1: Configuring IP Phone Services Cisco
      Cisco IP Phone Services Overview
      Cisco IP Phone Services redundancy
      Configuring IP Phone Services from Cisco
      Cisco IP Phone Services Subscriptions

      Lesson 2: Configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager Native Presence
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Native Presence overall
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Native Presence Status
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Native Presence Access Control
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Native Presence Implementation

      Lesson 3: Configuring Cisco Unified Mobility
      Cisco Unified general mobility
      Call Flows for Cisco Unified Mobility
      Requirements Implementing Cisco Unified Mobility
      Considerations for Cisco Unified Mobility
      Configuring Cisco Unified Mobility
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 2-1: Configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager Initial Settings
    Lab 2-2: Managing User Accounts in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
    Lab 3-1: Application of IP phones
    Lab 4-1: Implementing PSTN Gateways
    Lab 4-2: Configuring Cisco Unified Components Communications Manager call routing
    Lab 4-3: Implementation of Digit Manipulation
    Lab 4-4: Implementing Calling Privileges in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
    Lab 4-5: Application Call Coverage in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
    Lab 5-1: Implementing Media Resources
    Lab 6-1: Configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager Native Presence
    Lab 6-2: Configuring Cisco Unified Mobility
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Voice Course CCNP - 642-457 CIPT2
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Part 2 (CIPT2) v8.0 prepares you for implementing Cisco Unified Communications solution to a multi-site environment. It covers globalized call routing, Cisco Service Advertisement Framework (SAF) and Call Control Discovery (CCD), tail-end hop-off (TEHO), Cisco Unified Survivable Remote Site Telephony (SRST), and characteristics mobility, such as mobility devices and Cisco Extension Mobility.

      You will apply a dial plan for a multisite environment including TEHO, survival configure for remote sites during WAN outages, and implement solutions to reduce bandwidth requirements in the IP WAN. It will also allow the call admission control (CAC), including Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) requirements and automatic alternate routing (AAR).
    • Objectives
      Upon completion of this course, students will be able to meet these overall objectives:
      Describe the problems of deploying multiple sites and solutions, and describe and configure online plan elements required
      Implement call processing resiliency in remote sites by using Cisco Unified SRST, MGCP fallback, and Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Cisco Unified SRST mode
      Implement bandwidth management and CAC to prevent oversubscription of the IP WAN
      Implement mobility devices and Cisco Extension Mobility
      Describe and implement CCD deployments
    • PREREQUISITES
      Working knowledge of converged voice networks and data
      Working knowledge of the MGCP, SIP and H.323 protocols and their implementation in Cisco IOS gateways
      Ability to configure and operate Cisco routers and switches
      Ability to configure and operate Cisco Unified Communications Manager in a single-site environment
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      The primary audience for this course is as follows:
      Network administrators and network engineers
      CCNP Voice candidates
      The secondary audience for this course is as follows:
      Systems engineers
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1: Application of multi-site deployment
      Lesson 1: Identification of issues in an implementation of multiple sites
      Multisite Deployment General Issues
      Quality Problems
      Bandwidth Issues
      Availability Issues
      Dial Plan Issues
      NAT and Security Issues

      Lesson 2: Identifying Multisite Deployment Solutions
      Multisite Deployment Solution Overview
      QoS
      The solutions to bandwidth limitations
      Availability
      Dial Plan Solutions
      NAT and Security Solutions

      Lesson 3: Connections of running multiple sites
      Connection options for multiple sites
      Review of the Implementation of MGCP Gateway
      Implementation Review H.323 gateway
      Trunk Implementation Overview
      SIP Trunk Implementation
      Implementing Intercluster and H.225 Trunk

      Lesson 4: Implementing a Dial Plan Deployment multiple global sites
      Multisite Dial Plan Overview
      The implementation of site codes for on-net calls
      Implement PSTN access in Cisco IOS Gateways
      The selective implementation PSTN Breakout
      Implementing PSTN Backup for On-Net Intersite Calls
      Implement TEHO
      Implement Globalized Call Routing
      Whereas globalized call routing Interdependencies

    • Module 2: Implementing Centralized Call Processing Redundancy
      Lesson 1: Analysis of remote site redundancy options
      General Remote Site Redundancy
      Cisco Unified SRST Operation
      MGCP Fallback Operation
      Cisco Unified SRST Versions and Feature Support
      Dial Plan Requirements for MGCP return and Cisco Unified SRST Scenarios

      Lesson 2: Implementing SRST and MGCP Fallback
      MGCP Fallback and Cisco Unified SRST Configuration Overview
      Configuring SRST Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Configuring Cisco IOS SRST gateway
      Fallback configuration Cisco IOS MGCP gateway gateway
      Configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager SRST Dial Plan Support
      Cisco IOS MGCP Gateway Fallback and Cisco Unified SRST Dial Plan Configuration

      Lesson 3: Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express in SRST mode
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Overview
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Features
      General configuration of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
      Configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express in SRST mode
    • Module 3: Bandwidth Management and CAC Implementation
      Lesson 1: Managing Bandwidth
      Bandwidth Management Overview
      Configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager Codec
      Local Implementation Conference Bridge
      Transcoder Implementation
      Implementing Multicast MOH from Branch Router Flash

      Lesson 2: Deploying CAC
      CAC Overview
      Standard locations
      Places to RSVP enabled
      Automated Alternate Routing
      SIP preconditions
      H.323 Gatekeeper CAC
    • Module 4: Implementation of functions and applications to multi-site deployments
      Lesson 1: Implementation of mobility devices
      Problems with devices roaming between sites
      Device Mobility Overview
      Device Mobility configuration elements
      Operating device mobility
      Interaction with mobility devices Globalized Call Routing
      Disabled Device Configuration

      Lesson 2: Implementing Cisco Extension Mobility
      Problems when users roam between sites
      Cisco Extension Mobility Overview
      Cisco Extension Mobility Configuration Items
      Cisco Extension Mobility Operation
      Configuring Cisco Extension Mobility
    • Module 5: Call Control Discovery
      Lesson 1: Deploying the SAF and CCD
      SAF and CCD Overview
      SAF Features
      Features CCD
      CCD Operation
      SAF and CCD implementation
      CCD Considerations
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 1-1: Basic execution Connections Multisite
    Lab 1-2: Implementing a Dial Plan Deployment multiple global sites
    Lab 2-1: Implementing SRST and MGCP Fallback
    Lab 2-2: Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express in SRST mode
    Lab 3-1: Implementing Managing Bandwidth
    Lab 3-2: Application of CAC
    Lab 4-1: Implementation of mobility devices
    Lab 4-2: Implementing Cisco Extension Mobility
    Lab 5-1: Implementing Cisco SAF and CCD
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Voice CourseCCNP - 642-427 TVOICE
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Communications (TVOICE) v8.0 prepares network professionals with the knowledge and skills that are required to troubleshoot Cisco Unified Communications systems and solutions in enterprise, midmarket, and commercial deployments in single-site and multisite environments. The course teaches troubleshooting methodology, triage, resources, tools, and fixes at the integrated system or solution level for Cisco Unified Communications Manager.
    • Objectives
      Upon completing this course, the student will be able to meet these overall objectives:
      Describe a systematic methodology to troubleshoot Cisco Unified Communications solutions
      Isolate and troubleshoot reported issues that relate to Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Diagnose a call setup issue and resolve the issues as you discover or reveal them, given a trouble call for which the source of the problem is unknown
      Solve the common issues of an SAF-enabled network and CCD
      Troubleshoot issues that are related to Cisco Unified Communications Manager features and applications
      Troubleshoot voice quality issues and issues that are related to media resources
    • PREREQUISITES
      Working knowledge of converged voice and data networks
      Working knowledge of the MGCP, SIP, and H.323 and their implementation on Cisco IOS gateways
      Working knowledge of Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Cisco Unified Communications features and applications, and Cisco IOS voice gateways in single-site and multisite environments

    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      The primary audience for this course is as follows:
      Network administrators and network engineers
      CCNP Voice candidates
      The secondary audience for this course is as follows:
      Systems engineers
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1: Introduction to Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Communications Solutions
      Lesson 1: Identifying Cisco Unified Communications Deployments
      Cisco Unified Communications Systems
      Network Infrastructure
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Voice Clients
      Cisco Applications

      Lesson 2: Using Troubleshooting Methodology
      Prepare Your Network for Troubleshooting and Recovery
      Troubleshoot Systematically
      Define the Problem
      Gather Facts
      Consider Possibilities
      Create an Action Plan
      Implement an Action Plan
      Observe Results
      Restart the Problem-Solving Process
      Document Results

      Lesson 3: Using Troubleshooting and Monitoring Tools
      Using Cisco Unified Communications System Troubleshooting Tools
      Cisco Unified Serviceability
      Controlling Cisco Unified Communications Manager Services
      Alarms
      Traces
      Trace Output
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Dialed Number Analyzer
      Cisco Unified RTMT
      Alerts
      Syslog Viewer
      Trace & Log Central
      Performance Monitor and Data Logging
      Cisco Unified Reporting
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager CLI
      Cisco IOS Troubleshooting Tools
      Sniffer Traces
    • Module 2: Cisco Unified Communications Manager Troubleshooting
      Lesson 1: Troubleshooting Common Gateway and Endpoint Registration Issues
      IP Phone Initialization
      Troubleshooting Endpoints Using Cisco Unified Communications Manager Tools
      Troubleshooting Endpoints from Endpoints
      MGCP Gateway Initialization and Communication
      Verifying MGCP Gateway Status
      H.323 and SIP Gateway Communications

      Lesson 2: Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Communications Manager Availability Issues
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager System Stops Responding
      Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration Does Not Display
      Slow Server Response

      Lesson 3: Troubleshooting Database Replication Issues
      Database Replication Issues
      Diagnosing Database Replication Issues with Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Resolving Database Replication Issues with Cisco Unified Communications Manager

      Lesson 4: Troubleshooting LDAP Integration Issues
      LDAP Integration Options with Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Resolving Synchronization Issues in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Using Active Directory
      Resolving Authentication Issues in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Using Active Directory
    • Module 3: Troubleshooting Call Setup Issues
      Lesson 1: Examining Call Setup Issues and Causes
      Call Setup Issues
      Single-Site Call Setup Failure
      Intracluster Call Setup Failure
      Intercluster Call Setup Failure

      Lesson 2: Troubleshooting On-Premises Single-Site Calling Issues
      On-Premises Call Setup Issues
      Digit Collection in Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Partitions and CSSs
      Troubleshooting Single-Site Call Setup Failure
      One-Way Calling
      Call-Forwarding Issues
      Forwarding to Voice-Mail Issues

      Lesson 3: Troubleshooting On-Net Multisite Calling Issues
      Multisite Dial Plan Issues
      Overlapping Dial Plan
      Intercluster Call Setup
      Troubleshooting Gatekeepers
      Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Border Element
      Immediate Remote-Call Drops

      Lesson 4: Troubleshooting Off-Net Calling Issues
      Common Off-Net Calling Issues
      Gateway Troubleshooting
      Gateway Digit Collection and Analysis
      Issues with Discard Digits Instruction
      Dial Plan Issues
      Troubleshooting Common Voice Call Issues
      Globalized Call-Routing Issues
    • Module 4: SAF and CCD Issues
      Lesson 1: Troubleshooting SAF
      Service Advertisement Framework
      Troubleshooting SAF

      Lesson 2: Troubleshooting CCD
      Call Control Discovery
      Troubleshooting the SAF Client in CCD
    • Module 5: Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Communications Manager Features and Application Issues
      Lesson 1: Troubleshooting Device Mobility Issues
      Device Mobility and Its General Issues
      Troubleshooting IP Infrastructure Problems
      Troubleshooting Device Mobility Configuration Mismatches
      Troubleshooting Device Mobility Call-Routing Problems
      Troubleshooting Device Mobility Call Privilege Problems

      Lesson 2: Troubleshooting Cisco Extension Mobility Issues
      Cisco Extension Mobility and Its General Issues
      Troubleshooting Cisco Extension Mobility Error Messages and Login and Logout Issues
      Troubleshooting Cisco Extension Mobility Call Privilege Problems
      Troubleshooting Cisco Extension Mobility Call-Routing Problems

      Lesson 3: Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Mobility Issues
      Cisco Unified Mobility and Its General Issues
      Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Mobility Mobile Connect
      Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Mobility Mobile Voice Access
      Troubleshooting Enterprise Feature Access and Dusting Feature Problems

      Lesson 4: Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Communications Manager Native Presence Issues
      Native Cisco Unified Communications Manager Presence General Issues
      Troubleshooting Line Presence Indications
      Troubleshooting Trunk Presence Indications
      Troubleshooting Historical Presence Indications
    • Module 6: Voice Quality and Media Resources Issues
      Lesson 1: Troubleshooting MOH Issues
      MOH Review
      MOH Performance
      Troubleshooting MOH Registration and Nonresponsive Software Issues
      Tuning MOH Loudness
      TOH Instead of MOH
      Troubleshooting Multicast MOH
      Troubleshooting Multicast MOH from Branch Router Flash

      Lesson 2: Troubleshooting MTP Issues
      MTP Review
      Troubleshooting MTP Registration and Nonresponsive Software Issues
      MTP Allocation

      Lesson 3: Troubleshooting Issues with Conferences
      Conferencing in Cisco Unified Communications
      Troubleshooting Conference Bridge Registration and Nonresponsive Software Issues
      Troubleshooting Ad Hoc Conferencing
      Troubleshooting Meet-Me Conferencing

      Lesson 4: Troubleshooting Transcoder Issues
      Transcoder Review
      Troubleshooting Transcoder Registration Issues
      Troubleshooting Transcoder Allocation

      Lesson 5: Troubleshooting Issues with RSVP Agents
      RSVP CAC
      Troubleshooting the RSVP Agent Registration
      Troubleshooting the RSVP CAC Operation
      Troubleshooting Intercluster RSVP with SIP Preconditions

      Lesson 6: Troubleshooting Voice Quality Issues
      Voice Quality Issues in Cisco Unified Communications Systems
      QoS Requirements and QoS Policy
      Identifying and Isolating Voice Quality Problems
      Troubleshooting Layer 2 Quality Problems
      Troubleshooting Voice Quality Issues on a Gateway
      Sample Troubleshooting Scenarios
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 2-1: Troubleshooting Gateway and Endpoint Registration Issues
    Lab 2-2: Troubleshooting LDAP Integration Issues (Optional)
    Lab 3-1: Troubleshooting On-Net Single-Site Calling Issues
    Lab 3-2: Troubleshooting On-Net Multisite Calling Issues
    Lab 3-3: Troubleshooting Off-Net Calling Issues
    Lab 3-4: Troubleshooting Globalized Call-Routing Issues
    Lab 4-1: Troubleshooting SAF Client and Forwarder Issues
    Lab 5-1: Troubleshooting Device Mobility Issues
    Lab 5-2: Troubleshooting Cisco Extension Mobility Issues
    Lab 5-3: Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Mobility Issues
    Lab 5-4: Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Communications Manager Native Presence Issues (Optional)
    Lab 6-1: Troubleshooting MOH Issues
    Lab 6-2: Troubleshooting Transcoder Issues
    Lab 6-3: Troubleshooting Issues with RSVP Agents
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Voice CourseCCNP - 642-467 CAPPS
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      Integrating Cisco Unified Communications Applications (CAPPS) v8.0 teaches learners the integration options of Cisco Unified Presence, Cisco Unity Express, and Cisco Unity Connection. It describes voice messaging deployment scenarios, Cisco Unified Presence features, and troubleshooting mechanisms as well as Cisco Unified Presence and Cisco Unified Personal Communicator integration options with Cisco Unified Communications Manager.
    • Objectives
      Upon completing this course, the student will be able to meet these overall objectives:
      Describe voice-mail integration options and requirements
      Implement Cisco Unity Connection in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager deployment
      Describe how to implement Cisco Unity Express in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express deployment
      Implement voice-mail networking using VPIM
      Implement Cisco Unified Presence and Cisco Unified Personal Communicator
    • PREREQUISITES
      Working knowledge of converged voice and data networks
      Basic knowledge of Cisco IOS gateways
      Working knowledge of Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Unity Connection
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      The primary audience for this course is as follows:
      Network administrators and network engineers
      CCNP Voice candidates
      The secondary audience for this course is as follows:
      Systems engineers
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1: Introduction to Voice Mail
      Lesson 1: Voice-Mail Integration Overview
      Voice Mail Introduction
      Cisco Unity Connection Client Interfaces

      Lesson 2: General Requirements for Voice-Mail Integration
      Voice-Messaging Integration and Synchronization
      Voice-Messaging Features
      Voice-Messaging System Design
      Call Flows
    • Module 2: Cisco Unity Connection in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager Environment
      Lesson 1: Integrating with Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Cisco Unity Connection Integration Options with Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Voice-Mail Integration on Cisco Unified Communications Manager
      Integration on Cisco Unity Connection
      Cisco Unity Connection Integration via SIP

      Lesson 2: Configuring the Cisco Unity Connection System
      Cisco Unity Connection System Settings Overview
      Cisco Unity Connection System Settings
      Cisco Unity Connection Authentication and Roles
      Cisco Unity Connection Restriction Tables
      Cisco Unity Connection LDAP Integration

      Lesson 3: Using Cisco Unity Connection Partitions and Search Spaces
      Cisco Unity Connection Dial Plan Components
      Cisco Unity Connection Dial Plan

      Lesson 4: Implementing Cisco Unity Connection Call Management
      Cisco Unity Connection Call Routing
      Cisco Unity Connection Call Handler Types
      Call Handler Templates
      System Call Handler
      Directory Handler
      Interview Handler

      Lesson 5: Configuring Cisco Unity Connection Users
      Cisco Unity Connection User Templates
      Cisco Unity Connection User
      Cisco Unity Connection Class of Service

      Lesson 6: Monitoring and Troubleshooting Cisco Unity Connection
      Cisco Unity Connection Troubleshooting
      Cisco Unified RTMT
    • Module 3: Cisco Unity Express Implementation in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Environment
      Lesson 1: Understanding Cisco Unity Express
      Cisco Unity Express Characteristics
      Cisco Unity Express Interfaces, Integration, and Architecture

      Lesson 2: Integrating Cisco Unity Express with Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
      Voice Mail Integration on Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
      Additional Voice Mail Integration Components
      Voice Mail Integration on Cisco Unity Express

      Lesson 3: Configuring the Cisco Unity Express System
      Cisco Unity Express General Settings
      Cisco Unity Express Time and Schedules

      Lesson 4: Configuring Cisco Unity Express Users
      Importing Cisco Unity Express Subscribers
      Cisco Unity Express Mailboxes
      Message Notification
      Class of Service
      VoiceView Express
      IMAP Messaging

      Lesson 5: Understanding Cisco Unity Express AutoAttendant
      Cisco Unity Express AutoAttendant Application
      Prompts and Scripts
      Call Handling in Cisco Unity Express
      Basic Script Example

      Lesson 6: Troubleshooting Cisco Unity Express
      Cisco Unity Express Troubleshooting Methodologies
      Troubleshooting SIP Integration
      Troubleshooting the MWI
      Troubleshooting Subscriber and Mailbox
    • Module 4: Voice Profile for Internet Mail Implementation
      Lesson 1: Understanding VPIM
      Voice Messaging Network Options
      VPIM Networking

      Lesson 2: Implementing VPIM in Cisco Unity Connection
      Implementing VPIM in Cisco Unity Connection
      Cisco Unity Connection SMTP Setup
      Cisco Unity Connection Remote Users

      Lesson 3: Implementing VPIM in Cisco Unity Express
      Implementing VPIM in Cisco Unity Express
      Troubleshooting VPIM Between Cisco Unity Connection and Cisco Unity Express
    • Module 5: Cisco Unified Presence Implementation
      Lesson 1: Understanding Cisco Unified Presence
      Cisco Unified Presence Introduction
      Cisco Unified Presence Overview

      Lesson 2: Understanding Cisco Unified Presence Components and Communication Flows
      Cisco Unified Presence Components
      Cisco Unified Presence Approaches
      Cisco Unified Presence Federation
      Enterprise Instant Messaging and Persistent Chat
      Designing Cisco Unified Presence

      Lesson 3: Integrating Cisco Unified Presence
      Configuring Cisco Unified Communications Manager for Presence Integration
      Cisco Unified Presence System Settings
      Configuring Cisco Unified Presence for Presence Integration
      Configuring Intercluster Peers

      Lesson 4: Configuring Cisco Unified Presence Features and Implementing Cisco Unified Personal Communicator
      Configuring Cisco IP Phone Messenger
      Configuring Cisco Unified Personal Communicator
      Cisco Unified Personal Communicator Setup
      Desk Phone Control Configuration
      Meeting Notification

      Lesson 5: Verifying and Troubleshooting Tools for Cisco Unified Presence Components
      Cisco Unified Presence Troubleshooter
      Troubleshooting Cisco Unified Personal Communicator
      Cisco Unified Presence Tracing
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 2-1: Integrating Cisco Unity Connection with Cisco Unified Communications Manager
    Lab 2-2: Configuring Cisco Unity Connection System Settings
    Lab 2-3: Implementing Cisco Unity Connection Partitions and Search Spaces
    Lab 2-4: Implementing Cisco Unity Connection Call Management
    Lab 2-5: Configuring Cisco Unity Connection Users
    Lab 2-6: Troubleshooting Cisco Unity Connection (Optional)
    Lab 3-1: Integrating Cisco Unity Express with Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express
    Lab 3-2: Configuring Cisco Unity Express System Settings
    Lab 3-3: Configuring Cisco Unity Express Users
    Lab 3-4: Implementing Cisco Unity Express AutoAttendant
    Lab 3-5: Troubleshooting Cisco Unity Express (Optional)
    Lab 4-1: Implementing VPIM in Cisco Unity Connection and Cisco Unity Express
    Lab 5-1: Integrating Cisco Unified Presence with Cisco Unified Communications Manager
    Lab 5-2: Configuring Cisco Unified Presence Features and Implementing Cisco Unified Personal Communicator
    Lab 5-3: Troubleshooting and Verifying Cisco Unified Presence Components (Optional)
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Wireless CourseCCNA - 640-722 IUWNE
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      The Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Networking Essentials is a 5 day ILT course, designed to help students prepare for the CCNA-Wireless certification, an associate level certification specializing in the wireless field. The IUWNE course and CCNA-Wireless certification is a prerequisite to the CCNP-Wireless (Cisco Certified Wireless Professional) curriculum. The CCNA-Wireless curriculum will prepare wireless network associate for the use, positioning, planning, implementation and operation of Cisco WLAN networks. The goal of the IUWNE v2.0 is to provide students with information and practice activities to prepare them to help design, install, configure, monitor and conduct basic troubleshooting tasks of a Cisco WLAN in SMB and Enterprise installations. As an associate level, the course aims at providing entry level information, and will not specialize in any of the advanced features of the Cisco WLAN networks solutions.

      This course is available in multiple formats. You can purchase instructor-led training (ILT) in a classroom setting or virtual ILT via the web. Both the classroom ILT and virtual ILT versions of this course come with access to our state of the art remote labs that use actual Cisco equipment. For the classroom ILT version of this course, laptops are provided to participate in the hands-on labs. If you desire to use your own laptop, please bring a laptop computer with an Ethernet port as well as an internal wireless NIC, 802.11a/b/g/n. The laptop's operating systems must be Windows XP (SP3). If your operating system is Windows Vista or Windows 7, include a Terminal Emulator such as HyperTerminal. IN ADDITION, if your laptop does not contain Terminal Emulation you will need administrator rights to the laptop to install software.
    • Objectives
      After completing this course, the student should be able to:
      Describe wireless fundamentals, such as topologies, RF principles and math, antennae, spread spectrum technologies, frames and physics, wireless regulatory bodies, standards and certifications, and the non-802.11f wireless technologies and their impact on Wi-Fi
      Describe the Cisco Unifies Wireless Networks basics and configure a Cisco Unified Wireless Network controller and a Cisco Mobility Express controller
      Describe and configure default operating system wireless client configuration tools, use the Cisco Aironet Desktop Utility an Site Survey Utility and the Cisco Secure Services Client (SSC), and describe the Cisco Compatible Extensions program
      Describe and configure wireless security
      Manage the wireless network from the Cisco Wireless Control System (WCS)
      Maintain and troubleshoot wireless networks
    • PREREQUISITES
      Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)
      Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2)
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1 Describe Wireless Fundamentals
      Introducing Wireless Networks and Topologies
      Introducing Wireless LANs RF Principles
      Understanding Radio Frequency Mathematics
      Examining Antennae
      Describing Spread Spectrum Technologies
      Introducing Wireless Regulatory Bodies, Standards and Certifications
      Examining Wireless Media Access
      Understanding non 802.11 Wireless Technologies and Their Impact on WLANs
      The Journey of a Wireless Frame
      Design and Site Survey Considerations
    • Module 2 Install a Basic Cisco Wireless LAN
      Understanding Cisco Unified Wireless Network Architecture Basics
      Configuring a Controller
      Discovering and Associating with a Controller
      Examining the AP Operational Modes
      Roaming
      Managing the Network from the Controller
      Configuring and Migrating Standalone Access Points
    • Module 3 Install Wireless Clients
      Using Default Configuration Tools
      Describing the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client
      Understanding The Cisco Compatible Extensions Program
    • Module 4 Implement Basic WLAN Security
      Overview Of WLAN Security
      Establishing IEEE 802.11 Security
      Centralizing WLAN Authentication
      Describing EAP Authentications
      Managing Authentication And Encryption With WPA And WPA2
      Configuring Wireless Security On Controllers And Clients
    • Module 5 Operate Basic WCS
      Introducing WCS And Cisco WCS Navigator
      Installing Cisco WCS Interface
      Working with Controllers from Cisco WCS
      WCS: Working with Pre-configured Maps
      WCS: Monitoring the Network with Cisco WCS
      WCS: Working with CleanAir in Cisco WCS
    • Module 6 Conduct Basic WLAN Maintenance and Troubleshooting
      Maintaining The System
      Troubleshooting
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Wireless CourseCCNP - 642-732 CUWSS
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      The Conducting Cisco Unified Wireless Site Survey course is a 5 day ILT course, designed to help students prepare for the CCNP-Wireless certification, a professional level certification specializing in the wireless field. The CUWSS course is a component of the CCNP-Wireless curriculum. The CUWSS course is designed to give students a firm understanding of how to conduct a site survey and explores WLAN topologies for voice and data as well as location appliance services. Students will explore design strategies, including Cisco WCS planning tool, Cisco Spectrum Expert, Ekahau Survey Tool as well as examine methodologies and project management. The CUWSS training class reinforces the instruction by providing students with hands-on labs. The CUWSS class is targeted toward wireless network engineer, mid-level wireless support engineer, wireless test engineer, wireless network designer and IT professionals tasked with performing or overseeing site surveys for wireless LAN solution implementations.
    • Objectives
      After completing this course, the student should be able to:
      Describe the requirements for preparing for a site survey
      Describe the requirements for planning a site survey
      Perform a site survey for data, voice, and location applications
      Determine the placement of the access points for data, voice, and location applications
      Assess the deployment of the WLAN
    • PREREQUISITES
      Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)
      Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2)
      Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Networking Essentials (IUWNE)
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1 Collect Information for the Site Survey
      Identifying Customer Requirements
      Identifying Site Survey Requirements for Different Vertical Industries
      Designing Coverage for Specific Applications and Client Devices
      Designing Outdoor Coverage
      Identifying Regulatory Issues
      Identifying Safety and Aesthetic Requirements
    • Module 2 Prepare and Plan for the Site Survey
      Conducting a kickoff meeting
      Conducting an Initial walkthrough
      Specifying the Tools Necessary to Complete a Site Survey
      Choosing the hardware for the deployment and the Site Survey
      Choosing the right antennas for the deployment and the Site Survey
      Finalizing Logistical Considerations
    • Module 3 Conduct the Site Survey
      Estimating the AP Number and Density Using a Planning Tool
      Conducting a Layer 1 Site Survey
      Conducting a Layer 2 Site Survey for Data
      Conducting a Layer 2 Site Survey for Voice and Video Applications
      Conducting a Layer 2 Site Survey for Location
    • Module 4 Designing the RF Network
      Determining the Infrastructure hardware Requirements for the WLAN
      Determining the effect of WLAN on the infrastructure
      Determining the WLAN Equipment and Licenses
      Designing the outdoor mesh network
    • Module 5 Assessment of the Deployment
      Verifying WLAN Readiness
      Verifying the RF Coverage Onsite
      Verifying the RF Performances
      Verifying Mesh Performances
      Presenting an Installation Report
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Wireless CourseCCNP - 642-742 IUWVN
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      This course is instructor-led training and includes instructor assisted, hands-on labs. The Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Voice Networks course is a 5 day ILT course, designed to help students prepare for the CCNP-Wireless certification, a professional level certification specializing in the wireless field. The IUWVN course is a component of the CCNP-Wireless curriculum. The IUWVN course is designed to give students a firm understanding of how to integrate VoWLAN services into the WLAN and be able to implement QoS, MPLS, and high-bandwidth applications into the wireless network. The IUWVN training class reinforces the instruction by providing students with hands-on labs.
    • Objectives
      After completing this course, the student should be able to:
      Implement QoS for wireless applications, both on the wired and on the wireless side
      Describe voice architecture and voice over wireless specific requirements
      Design and implement Voice over Wireless LANs
      Implement multicast support over wireless networks
      Prepare the wireless network for video and high-bandwidth applications
    • PREREQUISITES
      Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)
      Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2)
      Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Networking Essentials (IUWNE) v1.0
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      The Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Voice Networks course is targeted to system engineers, network engineers, network administrators, network managers, network designers, and project managers who will be required to integrate VoWLAN services into the WLAN and be able to implement Voice over WLAN (VoWLAN) into the wireless network, and any individual wishing to attain the CCNP-Wireless certification.
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Wireless CourseCCNP - 642-747 IUWMS
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      The Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Mobility Services course is a 5 day ILT course, designed to help students prepare for the CCNP-Wireless certification, a professional level certification specializing in the wireless field. The IUWMS course is a component of the proposed CCNP-Wireless (Cisco Certified Wireless Professional) curriculum. The goal of the IUWMS v2.0 is to provide professionals with information to prepare them to integrate mobility services into the network; tune and troubleshoot the WLAN running mobility services, and implement mesh networks The IUWMS reinforces the instruction by providing students with hands-on labs to ensure students thoroughly understand how to implement mobility services in the wireless network.
    • Objectives
      After completing this course, the student should be able to:
      Design a WLAN infrastructure for mobility
      Implement advanced services and manage with the WCS and WCS Navigator
      Implement Ciscos Location-based Services
      Implement the Mobility Services Engine into the wireless network
      Describe the outdoor wireless networks and products
      Implement and manage an indoor enterprise mesh
      Optimize and troubleshoot the WLAN
    • PREREQUISITES
      Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)
      Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2)
      Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Networking Essentials (IUWNE) v1.0
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      Target candidate roles for this course are: wireless network administrators and engineers with 3-5 years experience in the field. The target audiences for the course are: wireless network planners/designers, wireless network administrators/managers, wireless network engineers, mid-level wireless support engineers, wireless technical marketing engineers, wireless system engineers, and wireless test engineers.
  • COURSE OUTLINE
    • Module 1 Design WLAN Infrastructure for Mobility
      Utilizing Best Practices for WLAN Mobility Services
      Identifying Implications of Layer 2 and Layer 3 Roaming
      Designing for High Availability
      Implementing Single SSID Designs with Mobility
      Describing Cisco CleanAir
    • Module 2 Implement Advanced Services and Manage with Cisco WCS and Cisco WCS Navigator
      Installing the WCS and Navigator
      Configuring Controllers and Access Points Using WCS Templates
      Configuring WCS for WLC Auto-provisioning
      Implementing WCS Partitioning
      Scheduling Wireless Access using WCS
      Configuring Reports
      Configuring Administrative Tasks
      Monitoring and Converting Autonomous APs using WCS
      Describing the Roles, Features, and Functions of Cisco WCS Navigator
    • Module 3 Design WLAN for Context-Aware Services
      Describing Positioning Techniques
      Identifying Deployment Requirements
      Describing Applications of RFID, Chokepoint and TDoA
    • Module 4 Implement Cisco Context-Aware Services
      Describing Mobility Services Architecture
      Configuring the Cisco 3300 Series MSE
      Integrating and Managing the 3300 Series MSE with WCS
      Configuring and Tuning the 3300 Series MSE for Context-Aware Services
      Tracking Mobile Clients
      Configuring, Generating, and Interpreting Location and Event Notifications
      Integrating Third-Party Applications
      Describing MSE Maintenance
      Troubleshooting Context-aware Services
    • Module 5 Implementing and Managing Indoor and Outdoor Networks
      Describing Wireless Mesh Networks
      Describing Mesh Formation
      Implementing an Outdoor Wireless Mesh Network
      Configuring Advanced Features in a Wireless Mesh Network
      Configuring WCS for a Mesh Network
      Troubleshooting an Indoor Wireless Mesh Network
      Using Workgroup Bridges
      Monitoring and Troubleshooting Clients
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Wireless CourseCCNP - 642-737 IAUWS
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      The Implementing Advanced Cisco Unified Wireless Security (IAUWS) is a 5 day ILT course, designed to help students prepare for the CCNP-Wireless certification, a professional level certification specializing in the wireless field. The goal of the IAUWS v2.0 is to provide network professional with information to prepare them to secure the wireless network from security threats via appropriate security policies and best practices, as well as ensure the proper implementation of security standards and proper configuration of security components. The IAUWS reinforces the instruction by providing students with hand-on labs to ensure students thoroughly understand how to secure a network.
    • Objectives
      After completing this course, the student should be able to:
      Translate organizational and regulatory security policies and enforce security compliances
      Integrate security on client devices
      Design and implement guest access services on the WLAN controller
      Design and integrate a wireless network with Cisco NAC Appliance
      Implement secure wireless connectivity services on the WLAN controller
      Use the internal security features on the WLAN controller and integrate the WLAN controller with advanced security platforms to isolate and mitigate security threats to the WLAN
    • PREREQUISITES
      Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)
      Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2)
      Implementing Cisco Unified Wireless Networking Essentials (IUWNE) v1.0
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Service Provider CourseCCNA - 640-760 SSPO
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      The Supporting Cisco Service Provider IP NGN Operations (SSPO) Version 1.0 course is designed to introduce entry-level personnel to the service provider network operations environment, processes orientation, and management tools and methods and enables students to practice the primary job roles and tasks. The course is also intended to help prepare students for the CCNA: SP Operations certification exam. Cisco Certified Network Associate in Service Provider Operations (CCNA SP Operations) validates basic knowledge and skills of a Tier I support engineer in a prescriptive troubleshooting environment within a carrier-class IP Next-Generation Network (NGN) core infrastructure.
    • Objectives
      Upon completion of this course, you should be able to meet these overall objectives:
      Describe service provider NGN technology trends and their effect on operational environments
      Describe the various NMS tools available to monitor networks and network devices
      Implement incident (event) management procedures
      Demonstrate fault management procedures
      Describe the configuration management process
      Demonstrate change management procedures
      Identify performance management procedures
    • PREREQUISITES
      The recommended knowledge and skills that a learner should have for the best learning outcome include:
      IP networking fundamentals; those topics supported by the ICND1 course
      Operations process knowledge, represented by eTOM and/or ITIL training or recommendations
      Troubleshooting methodology knowledge or experience as applied to IP network environments
      UNIX and/or Linux operating system experience or general familiarity
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      Support staff
      Service provider network operations center (NOC) personnel
      Service Provider Engineers
      Service Provider Partners
  • COURSE OUTLINE
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 1-1: Verify Lab Access
    Lab 2-1: Obtain MIB information
    Lab 3-1: Incident Management Case Study 1
    Lab 3-2: Incident Management Case Study 2
    Lab 3-3: Process Incident and Trouble Tickets
    Lab 4-1: Execute Network Operations Diagnostic Procedures for Network Faults
    Lab 4-2: Practice Incident and Fault Management: Diagnose a Network Link Fault
    Lab 4-3: Practice Incident and Fault Management: Diagnose a Cisco IOS Software Device Failure
    Lab 4-4: Practice Incident and Fault Management: Diagnose a Cisco IOS XR Software Device Fault
    Lab 4-5: Practice Incident and Fault Management: Diagnose a Network Layer 3 Issue
    Lab 4-6: Instructor-Led Lab Debrief Session
    Lab 5-1: Given a Basic Device Management Script, Interpret the Desired Script Operation
    Lab 5-2: Given a UNIX Cron Job File, Interpret the Desired Operations
    Lab 6-1: Perform a Change Request, Image Upgrade: Take Corrective Action If Needed
    Lab 6-2: Perform a Change Request, Image Upgrade: Take Corrective Action If Needed
    Lab 6-3: Perform a Change Request, New Command: Take Corrective Action If Needed
    Lab 6-4: Perform a Change Request, New SNMP Community String: Take Corrective Action If Needed
    Lab 6-5: Perform a Change Request, New SNMP Community String: Take Corrective Action If Needed Instructor-Led Lab Debrief Session.
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Service Provider CourseCCNP Service Provider Operations - 642-770 OFCN
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      The Operational Foundations for Cisco Service Provider Core Networks (OFCN) Version 1.0 course introduces level-two personnel to the service provider network operations environment, processes, and management tools and methods and enables students to practice the primary job roles and tasks. The course helps prepare students for the CCNP SP Operations certification exam. CCNP certification in SP Operations validates basic knowledge and skills of a Tier 2 support engineer in a prescriptive troubleshooting environment within a carrier-class IP Next-Generation Network (NGN) core infrastructure.
    • Objectives
      Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
      Describe service provider NGN technology trends and their effect on operationalenvironments
      Describe the various NMS tools available to monitor networks and network devices
      Implement incident (event) management procedures
      Demonstrate fault management procedures
      Describe the configuration management process
      Demonstrate change management procedures
      Identify performance management procedures
    • PREREQUISITES
      The recommended knowledge and skills that a learner should have for the best learning outcomeinclude:
      IP networking fundamentals; those topics supported by the ICND1 course
      Operations process knowledge, represented by eTOM and/or ITIL training orrecommendations
      Troubleshooting methodology knowledge or experience as applied to IP networkenvironments
      UNIX and/or Linux operating system experience or general familiarity
      Attendance in Supporting Cisco Service Provider Operations IP NGN (SSPO) v1 course
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      This course is for the following technical audiences:
      Support staff
      Service provider network operations center (NOC) personnel
      Service provider engineers
      Service provider partners
  • COURSE OUTLINE
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 1-1: Verify Lab Access
    Lab 1-2: Review Incident Tickets
    Lab 1-3: Implement an IP NGN Upgrade
    Lab 2-1: Using the Cisco IOS XR CLI
    Lab 3-1: Create, Submit, and Approve Change Requests
    Lab 3-2: Create a Change MOP
    Lab 3-3: Plan and Schedule a Change Request
    Lab 3-4: Implement a Change Request
    Lab 3-5: Change Management Debrief
    Lab 4-1: Using Scripts in Configuration Management
    Lab 5-1: Resolving Escalated Incident Tickets
    Lab 5-2: Resolve an Escalated Layer 2 Network Issue
    Lab 5-3: Resolve an Escalated Layer 3 Network Issue
    Lab 5-4: Using Wireshark, Snoop, and TCPDump
    Lab 5-5: Resolve an Escalated Network Authentication Issue
    Lab 5-6: Resolve an Escalated Timestamp Issue
    Lab 5-7: Resolve an Escalated Device Authentication Issue
    Lab 5-8: Troubleshooting Labs Debrief
    Lab 6-1: Resolve Performance Threshold Alert Issues
    Lab 6-2: Execute Proactive Actions for Threshold Alerts
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Service Provider CourseCCNP - 642-775 MSPRP
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      The Maintaining Service Provider Routing Protocols (MSPRP) course is a five-day instructor-led training (ILT) course designed to provide learners with the knowledge needed to provide support in a service-provider environment using an Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP) such as Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) or Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System (IS-IS) and Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). It also provides learners with an understanding of advanced routing policies using route maps with CiscoIOS Software and Routing Policy Language (RPL) with Cisco IOS XR Software. The course focuses on monitoring and troubleshooting these technologies in service providerenvironments. The course is also intended to help prepare students for the CCNP SP Operations certification exam.
    • Objectives
      Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
      Identify the typical routing requirements in service provider networks; list the routingsolutions; and describe the change, performance, and fault management procedures
      Change the routing configuration based on designs and implementation templates, as wellas change management processes and procedures based on Information TechnologyInfrastructure Library (ITIL)
      Gather and interpret performance statistics for routing protocols using various tools such asshow commands and monitoring tools based on Simple Network Management Protocol(SNMP)
      Perform fault management for routing protocols using various tools such as showcommands and monitoring tools
    • PREREQUISITES
      Following are the prerequisites for this course:
      IP networking skills and experience using Cisco IOS Software commandline interface (CLI)
      Operations process knowledge and ability to use NMS tools to monitor networks and network devices
      Ability to implement service provider change management procedures and configuration management procedures
      Understanding of and ability to identify the critical factors for availability, scalability and manageability of OSPF, IS-IS, and BGP
      Ability to implement Cisco IOS Software and Cisco IOS XR Software configuration and monitoring commands
      UNIX and/or Linux operating system experience as applied to IP network environments
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      This course is for the following technical audiences:
      Support staff
      Service provider network operations center (NOC) personnel
      Service provider engineers
      Service provider partners
  • COURSE OUTLINE
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Lab 2-1: Adding a New Router to the Network
    Lab 2-2: Connecting a Single-Homed Customer to the Network
    Lab 2-3: Connecting a Multihomed Customer to the Network
    Lab 2-4: Modifying Routing Paths
    Lab 3-1: Auditing Routing
    Lab 3-2: Testing Routing
    Lab 4-1: Troubleshooting Connectivity Issues in the Network
    Lab 4-2: Troubleshooting External Routing Issues
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Service Provider CourseCCNP - 642-780 MSPVM
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      The Maintaining Service Provider VPNs and MPLS Networks (MSPVM) course is a five-day instructor-led training (ILT) course designed to course provides learners with the knowledge needed to provide support in a service-provider environment using Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS). It provides learners with understanding of MPLS and the associated technologies used in service provider environments, and it provides them with the guidelines on how to monitor and troubleshoot these technologies. The course is also intended to help prepare students for the CCNP SP Operations certification exam.
    • Objectives
      Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
      Identify the typical MPLS and MPLS VPN requirements in service provider networks and list thesolutions and describe the change, performance, and fault management procedures for MPLSand MPLS VPNs.
      Perform changes in the routing configuration based on designs and implementation templates aswell as ITIL-based change management processes and procedures.
      Gather and interpret performance statistics for MPLS and MPLS VPNs using various tools suchas show commands and SNMP-based monitoring tools.
      Perform fault management for MPLS and MPLS VPNs using various tools such as showcommands and SNMP-based monitoring tools.
    • PREREQUISITES
      Following are the prerequisites for this course:
      IP networking skills and experience using Cisco IOS Software commandline interface (CLI)
      Operations process knowledge and ability to use NMS tools to monitor networks and network devices
      Ability to implement service provider change management procedures and configuration management procedures
      Understanding of and ability to identify the critical factors for availability, scalability and manageability of Open Shortest Path First (OSPF),Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System (IS-IS), and Border Gateway Protocol
      Ability to implement Cisco IOS Software and Cisco IOS XR Software configuration and monitoring commands
      UNIX and/or Linux operating system experience as applied to IP network environments
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      This course is for the following technical audiences:
      Support staff
      Service provider network operations center (NOC) personnel
      Service provider engineers
      Service provider partners
  • COURSE OUTLINE
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Module 2
    Lab 2-1: Adding MPLS-Enabled Routers to SP Network
    Lab 2-2: Adding Layer 3 MPLS VPN Customers

    Module 3
    Lab 3-1: Monitor MPLS Performance for Core and Customer Connectivity
    Lab 3-2: Improve Availability and Resource Utilization Using MPLS Traffic EngineeringTunnels

    Module 4
    Lab 4-1: Troubleshoot Core MPLS Issues
    Lab 4-2: Troubleshoot Layer 3 MPLS VPN Customer Connectivity Issues
    Lab 4-3: Troubleshoot Layer 2 MPLS VPN Customer Connectivity Issues
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Service Provider CourseCCNP - 642-785 MSPQS
  • COURSE OVERVIEW
    • Description
      The Maintaining Service Provider Quality of Service (MSPQS) course is a three-dayinstructor-led training (ILT) course designed to provide learners with the knowledge needed to provide support in a service-provider environment using quality-of-service(QoS) mechanisms. The course focuses on the QoS mechanisms, how they are implemented using Cisco IOS Software and Cisco IOS XR Software, and how to perform monitoring and troubleshooting of QoS in service provider environments. Thecourse is also intended to help prepare students for the CCNP SP Operations certification exam.
    • Objectives
      Upon completion of this course, you should be able to meet these overall objectives:
      Identify the typical QoS requirements in service provider networks and list solutions anddescribe the change, performance, and fault management procedures for QoS.
      Perform changes in the configuration of QoS based on designs and implementationtemplates as well as ITIL-based change management processes and procedures
      Gather and interpret performance statistics for QoS mechanisms using various tools suchas show commands and Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)-based monitoringtools.
      Perform fault management for QoS mechanisms using various tools such as showcommands and SNMP-based monitoring tools
    • PREREQUISITES
      Following are the prerequisites for this course:
      IP networking skills and experience using Cisco IOS Software commandline interface (CLI)
      Operations process knowledge and ability to use NMS tools to monitor networks and network devices
      Ability to implement service provider change management procedures and configuration management procedures
      Understanding of and ability to identify the critical factors for availability, scalability and manageability of Open Shortest Path First (OSPF),Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System (IS-IS), and Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)
      Ability to implement Cisco IOS Software and Cisco IOS XR Software configuration and monitoring commands
      UNIX and/or Linux operating system experience as applied to IP network environments
    • WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS COURSE
      This course is for the following technical audiences:
      Support staff
      Service provider network operations center (NOC) personnel
      Service provider engineers
      Service provider partners
  • COURSE OUTLINE
  • HANDS-ON LABS
    Module 1
    Lab 1-1: Familiarization with the Lab Setups, Including Connectivity; Lab Topology

    Module 2
    Lab 2-1: Adding Edge Routers

    Module 3
    Lab 3-1: Monitor QoS Performance in the Core and Edge

    Module 4
    Lab 4-1: Troubleshoot QoS

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