Network Assurance and Management Course
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About the course
This course provides a detailed explanation of the Monitoring and Device Administration protocols and how to deploy them in the real world. The Protocols such as SNMP, Syslog, NetFlow, and IPFIX. All these technologies will be deployed step by step in the Virtual Environment to get a deep understanding of how they work. All students will get EVE-NG-based Labs in order to do self practices as well.
The course contains Cisco SD-Access assurance and Network Telemetry step-by-step explanation in order to help you get an understanding of DNA-C robust Assurance features.
Then we will go through Cisco’s Viptela SD-WAN monitoring on vManages that are clustered including redundant and High Available controllers as well as vEdge and cEdge devices. There are really good troubleshooting tools coming with vManage in order to help the Network administrators Monitor and Troubleshoot their SD-WAN Fabric.
We will talk about MPLS and Segment-Routing OAM as well, which is helping you troubleshoot your LSPs, FEC and SR policies, with MPLS Ping and MPLS Trace as well as SR Nil-FEC.
Also, as with all our other courses, students of this course are placed in our Study Group. So, when you have any technical question, you can ask to the Instructors directly, which is one of the biggest benefits of our courses. It is not a Forum, it is Live, Study Group with thousands of people!
Course Outline (Includes Explanation/Comparison/Implementation):
- Different Versions (v1, 2c and 3)
- Main Components (NMS and SNMP Agent)
- Message types (SET, GET, Trap and Inform)
- MIB and Object-IDs
- Security Levels of SNMP v3 (NoAuthNoPriv, AuthNoPriv, AuthPriv)
- Configuration on both IOS-XE and IOS-XR
- Implementing different NMS (Zabbix, PRTG and Cacti)
- NetFlow v9 vs IPFIX
- Configuration on Cisco and Non-Cisco devices
- Implementing ManageEngine NetFlow Analyzer
- Logging Targets
- Syslog Messages, Severities and Facilities
- Configuration on IOS-XE and IOS-XR
- Implementing Solarwinds Kiwi Syslog Server
- What is AAA and why we need it
- Implementing Cisco ISE 3.0 and do the device Admin configuration (Step by Step)
- AAA Configuration (For device admin) on IOS-XE and IOS-XR
MPLS and Segment-Routing OAM:
- What is MPLS, SR OAM and why we need it
- MPLS Ping
- MPLS Trace
- SR Policies and Nil-FEC
- Testing on both IOS-XE and IOS-XR
Cisco SD-Access Assurance:
- Walkthrough the DNA-Center Assurance and NDP engine
- Enabling Network Telemetry on the Edge devices for Fabric
Cisco SD-WAN Monitoring:
- Monitoring the Controllers and Edge devices on vManage
- Troubleshooting and Path verification tools for Fabric
- Understanding of IP Routing and TCP/IP
- Familiarity with IOS-XE and IOS-XR Network Operating Systems
- Basic Knowledge of MPLS and Segment-Routing
- Familiarity with IS-IS Routing Protocol (Basic)
- Basic Understanding of SD-Access and Viptela SD-WAN
You can take the course now and access all the resources immediately. You will have lifetime access, there is no subscription recharges
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You can take the course now and access all the resources immediately.
You will have lifetime access, there is no subscription recharges !
- Module 1 1 Lesson
Introduction to Network Assurance and Management Course
- Module 2 1 Lessons
Assurance and Management – SNMP – Part 1 – Components, Version and Message Types
- Module 3 1 Lessons
Assurance and Management – SNMP – Part 2 – MIB, OIDs, Getting NMS ready and SNMP v2c Configuration
- Module 4 1 Lessons
Assurance and Management – SNMP – Part 3 – Version 3 Security Levels and Configuration
- Module 5 1 Lessons
Assurance and Management – NetFlow – Overview, Getting Analyzer ready and Configuration
- Module 6 1 Lessons
Assurance and Management Syslog – Part 1 – Overview, RFC 3164 and RFC 5424
- Module 7 1 Lessons
Assurance and Management- Syslog – Part 2 – Getting the Server ready and Configuration on IOS and IOS-XR
- Module 8 1Assurance and Management – IPFIX – Overview and Configuration on IOS-XR
- Module 9 1 Lessons
Assurance and Management – Device Administration – Part 1 – Overview and Getting the ISE v3 ready
- Module 10 1 Lessons
Assurance and Management – Device Administration – Part 2 – AAA Configuration on IOS and IOS-XR
- Module 11 1 Lessons
Assurance and Management – MPLS and SR OAM
- Module 12 1 Lessons
Assurance and Management – SD-Access Assurance
- Module 13 1 Lessons
Assurance and Management – SD-WAN Monitoring
- Module 14 1 Lessons
Assurance and Management – Monitoring Network Devices with PRTG
- Module 15 1 Lessons
Assurance and Management – Monitoring Network Devices with Cacti
- Module 16 1 Lessons
Assurance and Management – Network Assurance and Management course Summary
- 5+ hours Video Training
- Session Presentation
- Study Group – You can discuss with other students!
- Lifetime access – No subscription charges (New documents frequently are added and you will have them all) !
- Certificate of Completion – Signed by Orhan Ergun
- You will be able to access the new content as soon as they are available for this training
- Skill Level Intermediate/Advanced
- Language English
- Led by Navid Yahyapour
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