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Description
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An advanced hands-on course, ACE I assists technicians and engineers fully understand how to install, configure, support and troubleshoot the Acano software solution on the Acano Server and on standard servers in a virtualized environment. Students will gain knowledge and experience deploying Acano Servers in single server, two-server, and resilient deployments in real-world environments. Installations will include full configurations and integrating the Acano solution with other UC platforms such as Cisco Voice and Video networks as well as the basics of integrating with Microsoft Lync. Students who complete the course with a passing grade on the exam will receive the ACE I Certificate.

Course Audience Technical staff of Acano Authorized Partners Technical consultants Solution architects Field engineers and personnel who provide first-line support to Acano server deployments and who install Acano solutions at customer sites. Course Prerequisites

A working knowledge of IP networking, DNS, LDAP, and Syslog Servers are beneficial.

 

 

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Description
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An advanced hands-on course, ACE II builds on the learning acquired in ACE I, and goes deeper into complex, global deployments and architectures. Upon completion of the course, students will be capable of customized solution design, solution customization and using APIs to create integrated solutions. Students will receive the ACE II Certificate upon successful course completion and passing the exam.

Audience Profile Technical staff of Acano Authorized Partners Technical consultants Solution architects Field engineers and personnel who provide first-line support to Acano server deployments and who install Acano solutions at customer sites. Prerequisites Completion of Acano ACE Part I

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Description
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This four-day ILT course is designed to take Field Engineers and System Architects with no ACI experience and prepare them to design and build an ACI fabric. Students will learn what they need to know to take Cisco switches from the loading dock and build an operational, functioning ACI fabric that includes servers, virtual machines, external networks and service devices.  Specific topics addressed in this course are ACI configuration and basic operations, including rack-and-stack initial installation, application profile configuration, ACI under-the-hood, VMware hypervisor integration, external connectivity, layer 4-7 service device integration, operations and troubleshooting. There are detailed labs for each step of the course.The curriculum is delivered as Just-In-Time learning, designed to provide Engineers just what they need to know, just when they need to know it. Students are not given training that they are not able to apply immediately. With this production-focused training, the student will be ready for the technical requirements of today. With the included library of curated references, the student is also poised to meet the requirements of the future.The course provides insight from subject matter experts and over 100 production installations. These subject matter experts have insight because they’ve been in the students’ shoes.

Course Audience

This course is for Engineers and Solution Architects who need to quickly learn how to design and implement more complex ACI fabrics. This can be customer engineers who support a production fabric with multiple hypervisor vendors, Partner engineers who need to design and build a customer fabric with firewalls and load balancers, or any engineer who needs comprehensive, hands-on, production-focused ACI training.

Course Prerequisites

Students should have the following knowledge:

Cisco Nexus and Data Center Layer 2/3 Concepts Basic Cisco UCS B Series Networking Basic VMware administration and networking Firewall and Load Balancer Principles Basic Management and Security Protocols Basic Linux System administration Course Objectives

Understand ACI architecture and concepts needed to get an ACI fabric into production

Describe the hardware that makes up ACI Install and bring up an ACI Fabric  Configure foundational Access Policies Configure Application Profiles Describe ACI fabric operations Integrate VMware and other hypervisors with ACI Configure Layer 2 and 3 outside connectivity to the ACI Fabric Integrate Layer 4-7 service devices with ACI Provide fundamental Day 2 fabric support Quickly find information on more advanced or detailed ACI features Formulate any next steps in their ACI training needs to support their company’s business goals

 

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Description
About This Course

This three-day ILT course is designed for Network Engineers who need to know how to operate and troubleshoot Data Center Network Infrastructure running Cisco ACI. This course will cover material from an Operations (Day 0/1/2/n) perspective, discussing best practices, caveats and common issues.Incorporating the latest software, hardware, and techniques, this course dives deep into the wealth of management and troubleshooting capabilities in Cisco ACI. Students will practice on the whole range of operations tools, including configuration management, performance tracking, and troubleshooting. Lots of troubleshooting. On Day 3 the instructor will inject various faults into the lab fabric, and students will need to apply the lessons of this course to resolve the issues in a live Challenge Lab.The curriculum is delivered as Just-In-Time learning, designed to provide Engineers just what they need to know, just when they need to know it. This is production-focused training, based on battle-tested lessons learned from over 100 production deployments.

Audience Profile

This course is for Network Engineers and support teams who need to support a Cisco ACI data center network.

At Course Completion

After completion of this course, students will be able to...

Operationalize and troubleshoot the ACI Fabric  Understand APIC and its monitoring, management and troubleshooting capabilities Avoid common mistakes and recognize common symptoms Prerequisites To fully benefit from this course, students should have the following prerequisite skills and knowledge: ACI Field Engineer Essentials ACI Field Engineer Implementation Configuring Cisco Nexus 9000 Series Switches in ACI Mode Or equivalent ACI experience Familiarity with Data Center infrastructure operations Familiarity with management of Cisco DC switches Understanding of basic network troubleshooting 

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Description
About this Course Administering Cisco Unified Communications Manager (ACUCM) provides system administrators and networking professionals with an understanding of the Cisco Unified Communications Manager System. This course teaches the concepts of IP telephony based in system administration, including its function, features, and configuration. This is an entry-level course that begins with the basic concepts of IP telephony and very quickly moves the learner forward into an understanding of system concepts: clustering, creation of phones and users, route plans, digit manipulation, media resources, and phone features, which are all important to supporting IP telephony in the enterprise network.    The course is geared to individuals that will be using and managing the system and performing administration for Level 1 and Level 2 support. Level 1 support is geared toward supporting phone users and making moves, adds, and changes to the desktop phone environment. Level 2 support is oriented to supporting changes in the organization, such as opening new office locations or relocating departments. The course does not cover issues of initial deployment, new cluster deployment or international deployments. Also, the course does not cover issues with the underlying network that involve routers, switches, or Cisco IOS software configuration.   Administering Cisco Unity Connection (AUC) describes Cisco Unity Connection administration features, options, and configuration settings as they apply to the administrator. The course presents Cisco Unity Connection with the focused goal of providing the administrators with the necessary skills to perform their day-to-day job functions using the Cisco Unity Connection system.   Audience Profile The primary audiences for this course are: Phone network administrators, Data system administrators, Entry-level network engineers, Administrators, IT support personnel, and Helpdesk support staff   The secondary audience includes: Learners looking to gain a technical overview of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Learners who need a preparatory course before taking Implementing Cisco Unified Communications IP Telephony Part 1 (CIPT1) and Implementing Cisco Unified Communications IP Telephony Part 2 (CIPT2) Introduction to Cisco Unity Connection for Network Engineering Staff Personnel At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will be able to...

Describe the Cisco Unified Communications Manager network, service, and features Understand the importance of and configuration of redundancy and high availability in the enterprise network Describe user configuration and the user web interface Explain basic phone options and the use of BAT Explain the route plan and on-net/off-net calling Describe the various media resources, including conferencing and MOH Describe the basic phone features and use of hunt groups Explain the function of Cisco Unity Connection and the various interfaces that are used to access the system Describe the components that are required for user call processing by Cisco Unity Connection Implement the various features and options that are available to users in Cisco Unity Connection Use the various applications, tools, and reports that are available in Cisco Unity Connection Prerequisites:

To fully benefit from this course, students should have the following prerequisite skills and knowledge:

Basic knowledge of IP and networking or voice networks is suggested, but not required Basic knowledge of the Windows desktop environment Basic understanding of fundamental terms and concepts of computer networking, including LANs, WANs, and IP switching and routing. Basic knowledge of traditional PSTN operations and technologies, including PBX and voice-mail administration tasks Basic understanding of Cisco Unified Communications Manager

Upcoming Sessions:
Administering CISCO Unified Communications Manager and Unity Connection (ACUCM 2/AUC)
January 14th, 2019
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Administering CISCO Unified Communications Manager and Unity Connection (ACUCM 2/AUC)
February 11th, 2019
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March 11th, 2019
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Description
About this Course

Administering Cisco Unified Intelligence Center (ACUIC) is a 3-day administration course focusing on the CUIC reporting solution for Unified Contact Center Enterprise (UCCE), Packaged Contact Center Enterprise (PCCE) and Customer Voice Portal (CVP) environments.  CUIC is a comprehensive, end-to-end UCCE/PCCE reporting solution, designed to make the task of creating reports and managing disparate data sources, easier on the customer.  Although CUIC is also used in the UCCX environment, this course focuses on UCCE and PCCE environments only.  As a Contact Center Express customer, you could still benefit from attending this course, provided you are aware that the course is built on an Enterprise environment.The first 2-days of the course focuses on the daily administrative functions of a CUIC user/administrator, running and customizing reports as needed, and ensuring security and organization of the reporting environment is functional and organized.  The last day of the class will cover further maintenance/support of the CUIC environment such as A/D integration, Data Source definitions, GW/CVP/ICM configuration requirements.  Most of your time in ACUIC will be spent working in the lab environment which includes a live functional UCCE/CVP environment deployed with CUIC as the reporting solution.  During this class, you will wear multiple hats including: CUIC user, administrator, supervisor, agent and report customization specialist. The third day of class explores skills needed for architects and engineers.   ACUIC is intended to be a 3-day class. If your role is a reporting user and/or basic CUIC administrator you have the option to attend the first two days of class only.  If you are responsible for advanced maintenance and management of the CUIC architecture, you’ll want to stick around for all three days.

Audience Profile

This course is intended for anyone who desires an understanding of the CUIC reporting solution for a Unified CCE environment.

At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:

Define how CUIC is implemented as a reporting solution in a UCCE/PCCE/CVP environment. Define the various interfaces to CUIC and their relevant use. Define CUIC ’standard’ datasources (CCE, CVP) as well as how to configure a custom data source. Demonstrate proficiency with regard to the security of users/groups/roles/permissions within CUIC. Demonstrate how to obtain and import reports into CUIC. Define other UCCE configuration settings which affect the output of data as seen from CUIC. Demonstrate how to install, administer, and provide user/group security for the CUIC solution. Define the role of Active Directory integration as it relates to CUIC Users, Supervisors and Teams. Demonstrate proficiency of use with regard navigation and use of the CUIC Reporting Solution for the creation of reports. Demonstrate proficiency with creating custom Reports Demonstrate proficiency with creating custom Report Definitions. Describe the benefit and use of various CUIC features including Dashboards, Value Lists, Collections, pop-outs and perma-links, just to name a few Prerequisites

To fully benefit from this course, students should have the following prerequisite skills and knowledge: 

Familiarity with the UCCE or PCCE environment, or have at least heard of it. Working knowledge of Contact Center operations is desirable. Working knowledge of SQL commands is desirable, but not required. Working knowledge of Windows and the simultaneous use of the Alt and Tab key is helpful

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Description
About this Course

Administering Packaged Contact Center Enterprise (APCCE) is a course that provides students with an introduction and understanding of Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise basics and components. APCCE is an administration course focusing on the day-to-day tasks needed to manage a Cisco deployed Packaged Contact Center Enterprise environment.

While the class will focus on the ICM web administration tool, students will also be introduced to the supporting Call Manager and CVP configurations and administration requirements.

The class begins with an introduction to contact center operations and KPIs and then covers the administration and configuration of the most frequently addressed contact center parameters including; Agents, Agent Teams, Skill Groups, Precision Queues, Front End VRU Scripts, Call Flows and Scripting, and Reporting and Security. Student understanding of each of the topics covered will be reinforced through the use of practical hands on labs and workshops.

Finally, students will be given the opportunity to implement a practical business case utilizing their newfound PCCE knowledge. The business case will be presented as a set of requirements which students will be required to analyze, configure and script from the ground up. Once completed, students will be encouraged to present their completed solution for an “acceptance test”

After successfully completing this class, students will be able to perform the tasks associated with the adds, moves and changes and reporting within the contact center, and in addition take a complex business case from concept through call flow to a working deployment.

As an administration class, we will assume that the deployment is complete and the underlying telephony platform(s) have been successfully delivered.

Audience Profile

Anyone responsible for the day-to-day management and administration of a packaged Cisco Packaged Contact Center Enterprise environment.

Prerequisites The knowledge and skills that a learner should have before attending this course are as follows:  Basic knowledge of networking (Windows A/D, SQL) and components (servers, routers, switch) is helpful but not required Working knowledge of a Windows computer including a mouse and the simultaneous use of the Alt-Tab keys is required. Working knowledge of Unified Communications Manager and Voice Gateways would be really helpful.  Take the VFCC course, by example A basic understanding of contact center operations

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Description
About this Course

Administering Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise Part 1 (AUCCE Part 1) is a 5 day instructor-led course intended for system engineers and customers who will be involved with day 2 support of a UCCE solution deployed in a CVP comprehensive environment.

AUCCE Part 1 course gives the learner an understanding of the requirements, resources and tools needed to perform routine adds, moves and changes in the inbound/outbound UCCE environment. This course is intended for those administering the solution, or who may be responsible for Level 1-2 support of the solution. This course also serves as a good stepping-stone for the corresponding Administering Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise Part 2 (AUCCE Part 2) course, and should be considered as a prerequisite before taking Part 2. The overall goal of this course is to build an effective administrator of the solution by exposing the technical requirements of the solution and utilizing the solution tools for effective operation. The learner will be exposed to CCE (ICM) and VXML scripting in this course to ensure basic competence with the solution.

Audience Profile

The primary audience for this course is as follows: 

Cisco Unified Communications system channel partners and resellers responsible for the Sales, Implementation or Support of a UCCE solution  Day 1 and Day 2 support personnel responsible for the daily add/move/change of the UCCE environment  The secondary audience for this course is as follows:  Managers, team-leads, business liaison personnel or anyone who needs to be remotely involved in the UCCE solution and have a better overall understanding of its function. At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives: 

Demonstrate an overall understanding of the Cisco Unified CCE v10.x solution from a component functional level. Demonstrate basic proficiency with add/move/change of the ACD/PBX (agent/skill) environment of UCCE. Demonstrate basic proficiency with add/move/change of the IVR (prompt/collect/queue) environment of UCCE including both MicroApp and VXML solution scripting (ICM Scripting and Call Studio scripting). Configure a Supervisor to enable CUIC Reporting functionality including running stock reports and creating dashboards. Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner should have before attending this course are as follows: 

Basic knowledge of networking (Windows A/D, SQL) and components (servers, routers, switch) is helpful but not required Working knowledge of a Windows computer including a mouse and the simultaneous use of the Alt-Tab keys is required. Working knowledge of Unified Communications Manager and Voice Gateways would be really helpful.  Take the VFCC course, by example A basic understanding of contact center operations

Upcoming Sessions:
Administering Unified Contact Center Enterprise with CVP Part 1 (AUCCE1)
January 7th, 2019
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Administering Unified Contact Center Enterprise with CVP Part 1 (AUCCE1)
February 4th, 2019
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Administering Unified Contact Center Enterprise with CVP Part 1 (AUCCE1)
March 4th, 2019
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Description
About this Course Administering Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise Part 2 (AUCCE Part 2) is an Advanced 5 day instructor-led course for system engineers and customers who will be involved with day 2 support of a UCCE solution deployed in a CVP comprehensive environment. This course gives the learner an understanding of the requirements, resources and tools required to perform complex adds, moves and changes in the inbound/outbound UCCE environment.    This course is intended for those performing advanced administration of the solution, or who may be responsible for Level 2-3 support of the solution.  The AUCCE Part 1 course or equivalent prior experience is a prerequisite for attending this course.  This course is also a good companion course to the DUCCE course which covers more detail on the installation/maintenance of the solution.  The overall goal of this course is advanced administration of the solution by a deeper exposure into the technical operational requirements and the tools used to configure and ensure functionality.  Do Not take this course if you are new to CCE, you will not have a good time.  If you are already working with CCE, or if you’ve taken the Part 1 course, you’ll love this course!   Audience Profile

The primary audience for this course is as follows: 

Cisco Unified Communications system channel partners and resellers  Day 2 support personnel responsible advanced administration and support of the UCCE environment At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives: 

Demonstrate advanced proficiency with add/move/change of the ACD/PBX (agent/skill) environment of UCCE. Demonstrate advanced proficiency with add/move/change of the IVR (prompt/collect) environment of UCCE including both MicroApp and VXML solution scripting (ICM Scripting and Call Studio scripting). Demonstrate effective use of system tools to track and troubleshoot a call within a call flow. Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner should have before attending this course are as follows: 

Attendance of AUCCE Part 1 or equivalent real world experience is a requirement to attend this course DO NOT take this course if you are new to UCCE, you will be wasting your time and time of those around you in class!  You need some experience with UCCE before attending this course!! If you don’t know what ICM object binds a Dialed Number to a Script, you need to take the Part 1 course, not this one!  If you are not aware of the 2 main uses for Call Types, you should not attend this course!! This means you need some prerequisite knowledge before attending this course. Working knowledge of Unified Communications Manager and Voice Gateways would be really helpful.  Take the VFCC course, by example!

Upcoming Sessions:
Administering Unified Contact Center Enterprise with CVP Part 2 (AUCCE2)
January 14th, 2019
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March 11th, 2019
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Description
About this Course

This course provides a broad survey of the concepts related to and expected for the business component of the Cisco Business Architect role.Intended as a broad introduction, the program will sample a wide range of topics that prepares an individual to participate in a Cisco Business Architecture lead process, or to begin the journey to the role of Cisco Business Architect.

Audience Profile

Primary audience for this course are:

Account managers, systems engineers, and individuals with technical career certifications who are interested in the concept of Enterprise Architecture and how it relates to the sales, positioning, and deployment of technology solutions. Channel Partner systems engineers and account managers who are assigned to fulfill requirements around the specializations, and need to have the associate-level certification for the Cisco Business Architecture program. At Course Completion

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

Describe the key roles associated with Cisco Business Architecture Identify and describe the role, responsibilities, and typical activities of a Cisco Business Architect Describe the value of Cisco Business Architect to customers and the account team Identify and define key concepts of business priority, business outcomes, and business strategy List the principal Enterprise Architecture frameworks Prequisites

It is recommended, but not required, that students have the following knowledge and skills:

Some familiarity with the IT and general technology sales process. A deep understanding of at least one of the technology tracks (e.g., Routing and Switching, Collaboration, Wireless, etc.). More than one is very helpful.

 

 

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Advanced Administration for Unified Communications Manager and Features (AAUCMF) is a 5-day instructor led course that is intended for experienced unified communications administrators who need in-depth knowledge of Cisco Unified Communications Manager advanced features, services, and troubleshooting.  This course is intended to be a follow-on course to ACUCM+AUC, and combines elements from off-the-shelf courses CVOICE, ICOMM, CIPT 2 and TVOICE.

After a short review of Unified Communication architecture and basic administration, the course begins with a discussion of new and changed features from previous versions of CUCM. It then moves into implementation of a multi-site dial plan architecture including signaling, call routing for multiple sites with overlapping directory numbers, digit manipulation, automated alternate routing, PSTN backup- and TEHO implementation.  Next, call admission control, hardware media resource implementation, and inter-cluster communications are addressed.  Students will spend time implementing extension mobility, unified mobility (including single-number reach) and device mobility. The CUCM portion of the class concludes with a module on tools, tips and tricks for the Bulk Administration Tool and a lesson on reading CUCM trace files for troubleshooting.  

Audience Profile Experience Unified Communications Engineers Anyone who has attended ACUCM+AUC and needs more training on advanced features and troubleshooting At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, students will be able to:

Describe CUCM signaling to phones, gateways, and media resources (H.323, SIP, SCCP) Configure inbound and outbound call routing in a multisite environment with overlapping DNs  Configure intersite dialing with PSTN backup using Local Route Groups Use class of control to control inbound call flow and permit blocking of inbound calls Implement Survivable Remote Site Telephony for both SCCP and SIP devices Implement intersite and intercluster Call Admission Control and intersite Automated Alternate Routing Implement DSP hardware media resources Implement Tail-End Hopoff (TEHO) Configure Extension Mobility, Unified Mobility (Single Number Reach and Mobile Voice Access), and Device Mobility Use CUCM Tools such as the Real Time Monitoring Tool to Monitor and perform basic Troubleshooting Deploy new CUCM 10.x Features such as Native Call Queuing, Intercluster CAC and Deterministic Codec Selection Generate and Read Trace Files for SCCP, SIP and H.323 Call Setup and Resource Allocation  Prerequisites

To fully benefit from this course, students should have the following prerequisite skills and knowledge:

CCNA Voice or equivalent knowledge, or ACUCM+AUC and additional field experience

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Advanced Contact Center Express Scripting Labs (ACCXSL) is a 5-day instructor-led, lab-intensive course intended for experienced Unified Contact Center Express (CCX) administrators who need in-depth knowledge advanced scripting techniques using complex script steps to resolve sophisticated contact center requirements.  This course addresses the steps in the Script Editor pallet as well as scripting techniques involving databases, HTTP, XML, VXML, Java Objects, and Finesse Administration.   This course is intended to be a follow-on course to UCCX, and completely replaces the outdated Unified Contact Center Advanced, as ACCXSL introduces updated best practices, sophisticated steps, and modern concepts for deploying advanced contact center applications and techniques.  

After a short review of Unified CCX architecture, basic administration and the Script Editor, the course begins with a discussion of new and changed features in UCCX.  Next we provision our first application to build familiarity with call control groups, dialog groups, applications, triggers, prompt management, and the script editor. The class will then address the creation of a basic contact center to refresh knowledge of call flow, agents, teams, Cisco Finesse Agent and Supervisor Desktop, Email and Chat Contact Service Queues,  and other new capabilities offered by UCCX. Every contact center needs a series of tools to help build scripts and applications.  The class will build tools to record prompts and to record and deploy emergency/status prompts.  Next students will build some common subflows to manage holidays using multiple techniques.  Default scripts will be built for caller troubles and system errors.  Students will experience using text-to-speech as a valuable development tool to substitute for prompts while creating scripts. Next the class will explore manipulating and speaking data, working with date and time variables and manipulating and speaking dates, time and data.  Students will create open/closed scripts used for manually opening and closing your contact center using XML documents and the new abbreviated X-path techniques.  Students will learn to manipulate languages using the language tools in the script editor. For the rest of the week the class will conduct a master project and will build a major contact center application, deploying database routing, skills-based routing, expected wait time subflows, and caller's position in queue subflows. The labs will consider what happens when agents are logged in and ready.  If agents are not ready the class will investigate how to use various overflow routing techniques. Students will spend lab time using the Cisco Finesse Administrator to develop Workflows and Workflow Actions.   The Finesse Administrator’s Call Variable Layout Administration will be used to create applications that push data to the agent desktop and cause the agent desktop to react to that data.  There are optional desktop labs for those who wish extend their learning experience.  

Audience Profile Experienced Unified CCX engineers and administrators charged with building applications. Anyone who has attended UCCX and requires more hands-on training on advanced features and troubleshooting At Course Completion

After completion of this course, students will be able to...

Describe the Unified CCX product architecture, components, call flow, and general administration techniques Describe and apply new Unified CCX features to include Finesse Desktops Install and use the CCX Script Editor to create and debug scripts Provision and test CCX script applications Create application development tools for recording prompts, emergency prompts Create administrative tools to open and close contact centers Create useful subflow scripts to determine if today is a holiday Manipulate and speak dates, times, and data Deploy and manipulate languages within script applications Create a fully-functional help desk application using best practices Display important enterprise data on the Finesse Desktop Creatively use the Finesse Administrator to develop Actions and Workflow Create and deploy subflow scripts to announce estimated wait times, position in queue Invoke exception handling when a script throws an error Implement overflow routing techniques Create and deploy multiple caller callback techniques Deploy XML technology as it is used in contact center scripts Implement Java objects acquired from the public domain Troubleshoot CCX applications and scripts Prerequisites

To fully benefit from this course, students should have the following prerequisite skills and knowledge:

UCCX course or equivalent knowledge Some UCCX additional field experience

Upcoming Sessions:
Advanced Contact Center Express Scripting Labs (ACCXSL)
January 28th, 2019
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ASA Essentials (ASAE)

ASA Essentials (ASAE)

Your Price: $3995

Description
About this Course

Gain the essential skills required to configure, maintain, and operate Cisco ASA 5500-X Series Adaptive Security Appliances based on ASA Software.  If you need to get up to speed quickly with Cisco's Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA), this is the course for you.We have combined the most important content from Cisco's Authorized CCNP Security courses and added additional information on the new features in software to hone in on the most crucial aspects of the ASA. In just one week, students will cover:  Firewall Basics, Network Address Translation (NAT), Access Control Lists (ACLs), Object Groups, Stateful Inspection, Modular Policy Framework, PKI Integration, Site-to-site and Remote Access VPN (both IPsec and SSL), Active/Standby Failover, Server-based Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA) using ACS 5.2.

Audience Profile Network administrators, managers, and coordinators Anyone who requires fundamental training on the ASA Security technicians, administrators, and engineers At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, students will be able to:

Technology and features of the Cisco ASA Cisco ASA product family How ASAs protect network devices from attacks Bootstrap the security appliance Prepare the security appliance for configuration via the Cisco Adaptive Security Device Manager (ASDM) Launch and navigate ASDM Essential security appliance configuration using ASDM and the command-line interface (CLI) Configure dynamic and static address translations Configure access policy based on ACLs Use object groups to simplify ACL complexity and maintenance Use the Modular Policy Framework to provide unique policies to specific data flows Handle advanced protocols with application inspection Troubleshoot with syslog and tcp ping Configure the ASA to work with Cisco Secure ACS 5.2 for RADIUS-based AAA of VPNs Basics of Identity Services Engine (ISE) integration Implement site-to-site IPsec VPN Implement remote access IPsec and SSL VPNs using the Cisco AnyConnect 3.0 Secure Mobility Client Work with the 5.x Legacy Cisco IPsec VPN client Deploy clientless SSL VPN access, including smart tunnels, plug-ins, and web-type ACLs Configure access control policies to implement your security policy across all classes of VPN Configure Active/Standby failover for both firewall and VPN high availability Prerequisites

It is recommended that prior to taking this course, students have successfully completed the following: IINS v2.0 - Implementing Cisco IOS Network Security

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Business Analysis

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Description

Identify business needs and determine solutions to business problems utilizing CISCO solutions.

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Description

The Cisco CCNA curriculum includes a third course, Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated (CCNAX), consisting of Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 1 (ICND1) and Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 2 (ICND2) content in its entirety, but with the content merged into a single course. Overlapping content between ICND1 and ICND2 is eliminated and content is rearranged for the purpose of the course flow.

Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated (CCNAX), is a 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. Also 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.

Key additions to this latest revision include an understanding of Quality of Service (QoS) elements and their applicability, how virtualized and cloud services will interact and impact enterprise networks, and an overview of network programmability with the related controller types and tools that are available to support software defined network architectures.

Also included is the understanding of the interactions and network functions of firewalls, wireless controllers and access points, along with additional focus on IPv6 and basic network security. A full suite of labs have been developed using the virtual IOS environment with flexible topologies that reinforce concepts with hands-on, guided discovery and challenge labs that align to each lesson module.

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Through targeted instruction and a series of hands on labs, this course will provide students with a fundamental understanding of Cisco Unified Communications and Unified Contact Center Enterprise environment. It introduces students to the basic role and operation of Unified Communications Manager, ICM, CVP and Unity Connection (UC).

Audience Profile

This course was developed for anyone in the contact center team who would like a better understanding of the intricacies of their Cisco contact center enterprise environment  This might include Business Analysts, Operations Specialists, Engineers Technicians or Managers. This course is for you if:

Your job requires an understanding of activities, decisions, and day to day tasks of the contact center team. You need to better understand the underlying technologies of your contact center platform You would like to get a flying start as a prelude before diving into more specialized areas of training You need to be better able to communicate and make/recommend decisions at a technical level At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will be able to...

Describe the Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Unity Connection Solution and identify key terms, configuration, and architecture. Describe the Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise Solution and identify key terms, architecture and configuration requirements. Summarize day to day tasks associated with UCCE agent support in regard to configuration and scripting.. Classify the tasks associated with Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise scripting to support CVP functionality. Explain the additional configuration and scripting considerations to support complex business requirements.  For example, distinguish Auto-Attendant (Unity) from Agent/Skills/PQ (UCCE) functionality, given the requirements of a particular line of business.   Prerequisites Basic understanding of contact center KPIs Basic knowledge of networking  and components is helpful but not required  Functional use of a Windows PC and multitasking

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Description

The Cisco Meeting Server Advanced course is an instructor-led, lab-based, hands-on offering by Cisco Learning Services. It covers the installation and configuration of a resilient and scalable Cisco Meeting Server installation.

This course is designed for technical professionals who need to know how to deploy and maintain Cisco Meeting Server for scalable and resilient deployments. Targeted roles include:

Channel partners and reseller engineers installing, configuring, and maintaining scalable and resilient deployments of Cisco Meeting ServerChannel partners and reseller engineers providing presales support for scalable and resilient Cisco Meeting Server deploymentsCustomer engineers supporting scalable and resilient Cisco Meeting Server deployments

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The Cisco Meeting Server Intermediate course is an instructor-led, lab-based, hands-on offering by Cisco Learning Services. This course is designed to establish a minimum level of knowledge and competency among Cisco Meeting Server resale and installation partners, which enables them to install, troubleshoot, and maintain a single server and single server split deployment of Cisco Meeting Servers.

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Cisco Unified Wireless Networking Bootcamp (CUWNBC) combines WDBWL (Deploying Basic Cisco Wireless LANs) and WDAWL (Deploying Advanced Cisco Wireless LANs) into a cohesive five day delivery. CUWNBC presents students with challenging real-world deployments such as client mobility between subnets, high client density deployments, and mesh network deployments. Students will be trained on how to make network design decisions about, configure, and troubleshoot WLANs with these challenges. The format of the course allows students and the instructor to explore realistic use cases and best practices around more challenging deployment scenarios

Audience Profile

This course is intended for IT engineers or administrators who need to know the fundamentals about planning, installing, configuring, troubleshooting, and maintaining a basic Cisco Wireless LAN infrastructure. This includes installers, SEs, Field Engineers, technical support professionals, network managers, security team members, and administrators.

At Course Completion

Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:

Successfully plan, install, configure, troubleshoot, monitor and maintain basic Cisco Wireless LAN solutions in a customer enterprise environment Configure autonomous, unified, and FlexConnect architectures Configure all base feature sets, including wireless security Administer the WLAN network Maintain and troubleshoot basic wireless networks Describe the steps involved in client mobility at layer 2 and the differences involved in client mobility at layer 3 Discuss the challenges faced in providing a quality user experience in a high density wireless network deployment scenario Differentiate the operational characteristics of, and implement, a wireless MESH architecture Prerequisites

Prior to taking this course, it is recommended that students have the following knowledge and skills:

Prior completion of Defining Cisco Wireless LAN Essentials course or equivalent work experience (recommended) Basic networking skills RF/Wireless field experience (helpful)

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Configuring BGP on Cisco Routers (BGP) provides students with in-depth knowledge of Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), the routing protocol that is one of the foundations of the Internet and New World technologies such as Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS).This curriculum covers the theory of BGP, configuration of BGP on Cisco IOS routers, detailed troubleshooting information, and hands-on exercises that provide learners with the skills that they need to configure and troubleshoot BGP networks in customer environments. Different service solutions in the curriculum cover BGP network design issues and usage rules for various BGP features, preparing learners to design and implement efficient, optimal, and trouble free BGP networks.

Audience Profile

Primary target audience:This course is intended primarily for network administrators, network engineers, network managers and systems engineers who would like to implement BGP.Secondary target audience:This course is intended for network designers and project managers. The course is also recommended to all individuals preparing for BGP exam.

At Course Completion

After completion of this course, students will be able to...

Describe how to configure, monitor, and troubleshoot basic BGP to enable interdomain routing in a network scenario with multiple domains. Describe how to use BGP policy controls to influence the BGP route selection process in a network scenario in which you must support connections to multiple ISPs. Describe how to use BGP attributes to influence the route selection process in a network scenario where you must support multiple connections. Describe how to successfully connect the customer network to the Internet in a network scenario in which multiple connections must be implemented. Describe how to configure the service provider network to behave as a transit AS in a typical implementation with multiple BGP connections to other autonomous systems. Enable route reflection as possible solution to BGP scaling issues in a typical service provider network with multiple BGP connections to other autonomous systems. Describe the available BGP tools and features to optimize the scalability of the BGP routing protoco in a typical BGP network. Prerequisites

To fully benefit from this course, students should have the following prerequisite skills and knowledge:

Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Cisco IOS Software configuration Configuring and troubleshooting RIP, EIGRP, OSPF and IS-IS

Skills and knowledge equivalent to those learned in:

Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices v2.0, Part 1 (ICND1 v2.0) and Part 2 (ICND2 v2.0),     or Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated Version 2.0 (CCNAX v2.0) Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE v2.0) Building Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Networks Part 1 (SPNGN1) v1.2 Building Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Networks Part 2 (SPNGN2) v1.2 

Upcoming Sessions:
Configuring BGP on CISCO Routers (BGP)
January 21st, 2019
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About this Course

This course is a 5-day ILT training program designed for systems and field engineers who manage and implement the Cisco Nexus 9000 Switches in ACI mode. The course covers the key components and procedures you need to know to understand, configure, manage Cisco Nexus 9000 Switches in ACI mode, and how to connect the ACI Fabric to external networks and services.New Topics included in v2.0:

Cisco APIC REST to Python Adapter (ARYA) ACI Toolkit Cisco ACI PowerTool Cisco UCS Director and Cisco ACI Integration Audience Profile

This course is for systems engineers, technical architects, and product specialists in data center technical sales roles. Students include those who need to gain experience with understanding, configuring, and designing the data center networking environment with Cisco Nexus 9000 Series Switches.

At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, you will be able to meet these objectives:

Describe the Cisco Nexus 9000 Series Switch ACI Discuss the ACI fabric Review Cisco Nexus 9000 Series Switch hardware Configure the ACI controller (APIC) Configure ACI L4-L7 service integration Integrate the APIC hypervisor Understand the programmability and orchestration of the ACI network Discuss ACI connectivity to outside networks Implement ACI management Describe migration options with ACI Prerequisites

To fully benefit from this course, students should have the following prerequisite skills and knowledge:

Students should be familiar with Cisco Ethernet switching products. Students should understand Cisco data center architecture. Students should be familiar with virtualization Good understanding of networking protocols, routing, and switching: Recommended CCNA Certification Recommended attendance of Cisco IP Routing Class (ROUTE) Recommended attendance of Cisco Switching Class (SWITCH)

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CVP Development and Scripting – Part 1 is part of the Cisco UCCE with CVP suite of Contact Centre training classes. CVPDS-1 teaches each student to use the features of Call Studio to build self-service IVR applications and to run and maintain them on the CVP VXML Server, and to interface with UCCE/ICM scripts.

Students have ample practice writing applications, using OAMP for put applications into production on the classroom VXML Server, and troubleshooting through log files analysis.

Audience Profile

CVPD is for Cisco customers, partners, and employees involved in UCCE/CVP or CVP Stand-alone deployments.  This class is for application developers, programmers, sales and pre-sales, technical support, and project managers to learn to script in CVP Call Studio and VXML Server.

 

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About this Course

The new CVPD Scripting-Part2 class provides in-depth coverage and hands-on practice of the more advanced programming topics of Call Studio such as web services and parsing their results, javascript, modularizing large applications, writing speech recognition applications, and advanced event handling.

Audience Profile

CVPD is for Cisco customers, partners, and employees involved in UCCE/CVP or CVP Stand-alone deployments.  This class is for application developers, programmers, sales and pre-sales, technical support, and project managers to learn to script in CVP Call Studio and VXML Server.

Prerequisites

CVPD Scripting Part 1 or programming experience in Call Studio

Upcoming Sessions:
CVP Development and Scripting Part 2 (CVPDS Part 2)
January 14th, 2019
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February 25th, 2019
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Implementing Cisco Data Center Unified Computing (DCUCI) is a five-day instructor-led course that is designed to help students prepare for the Cisco CCNP© Data Center certification and for professional level data center roles. The focus of this skills-building course is on deploying, securing, operating, and maintaining the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) and UCS C-Series Rack Servers for use in data centers. The extensively hands-on course covers configuring and managing Cisco UCS servers using unified I/O networking for LAN and SAN connectivity, virtualizing server hardware identifiers to enable rapid recovery of server operating system images, automating UCS deployments using UCS Central Software and Cisco Integrated Management Controller (IMC) Supervisor, configuring fault tolerance, implementing role based access control (RBAC), backing up and restoring system configurations, and using the monitoring and troubleshooting tools in Cisco UCS Manager and Cisco IMC

Audience Profile

The primary audience for this course is as follows:

Cisco Integrators and Partners Consulting Systems Engineer Network Designer Network Engineer Server Administrator Systems Engineer Technical Solutions Architect

The secondary audience for this course is as follows:

Network Administrator Network Manager Storage Administrator At Course Completion

After completion of this course, students will be able to..

Install the UCS B-Series system out of the box and deploy service profiles using pooled identities and service profile templates Configure the UCS B-Series system for deployments using iSCSI and configure B- and C-Series systems for deployments using Fibre Channel for regular data access and booting Configure and implement security mechanisms such as RBAC with Organizations and Locales, LDAP integration, trusted points, and key rings Configure and implement monitoring with syslog and Call Home Manage UCS Manager domains with UCS Central, manage multiple C-Series servers with Cisco IMC Supervisor, and interact with the UCS Manager XML API Prerequisites

To fully benefit from this course, students should have the following prerequisite skills and knowledge:

Understanding of server system design and architecture Familiarity with Ethernet and TCP/IP networking Familiarity with SANs Familiarity with Fibre Channel protocol Understanding of Cisco Enterprise Data Center Architecture Familiarity with hypervisor technologies (such as VMware)

Upcoming Sessions:
Data Center Unified Computing Implementation (DCUCI)
January 28th, 2019
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March 11th, 2019
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This 2-day instructor-led, hands-on course builds upon the basic deployments course by presenting students with more challenging real-world deployments such as client mobility between subnets, high client density deployments, and mesh network deployments. Students will be able to make network design decisions about, configure, and troubleshoot WLANs that encounter these challenges. Much of the time in the course allows the instructor and students to share experience, gotchas, and best practice around more challenging deployment scenarios.

The goal of this course is to enable network planners and administrators to deploy an efficient wireless LAN (WLAN) enterprise solution. To accomplish this, the course is designed to provide the learner a better understanding and appreciation of the complexities involved in efficiently supporting, client mobility, areas of high client density and the implementation of a MESH network in a customer enterprise environment.

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This 3-day instructor, led, hands-on course provides learners with skills and resources required to successfully plan, install, configure, troubleshoot, monitor, and maintain basic Cisco Wireless LAN solutions in a customer enterprise environment. 

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This course, Deploying Cisco Unified Contact Center Express (UCCX provides the student with hands-on experience and knowledge of tasks typically performed during contact center deployment. This includes the deployment of Cisco Unified Contact Center Express and Cisco Unified IP Interactive Voice Response (IVR) (Cisco Unified CCX and Cisco Unified IP IVR) as contact center solutions. Tasks include planning, installation, and configuration, scripting, and troubleshooting.

Audience Profile Cisco Unified Communications system channel partners and resellers System engineers Customers deploying and maintaining Cisco Unified Contact Center Express products. At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:

Provide a comprehensive overview of the Cisco Unified Contact Center Express product suite. This overview will cover descriptions of the product, compatibility, and hardware and software options, architecture, and sizing and ordering tools. Provide a complete description of the Cisco Unified CCX installation process, the configuration required with an overview of most common configuration web pages, and describe the call flow processes needed to establish a call on Cisco Unified CCX. Describe the Cisco Unified CCX script editor, how it is installed and how to implement common IVR scripting techniques. Provide a comprehensive view of Cisco Unified CCX ACD operations to include basic contact center build-up, scripting, agent and supervisor desktop configurations, advanced scripting topics, and reporting. Describe how to install, configure and use features found in Cisco Unified CCX Premium such as, Remote Monitoring, Outbound Dialer, Agent Email, Agent Web Chat, and Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) and Text-to-Speech (TTS). Understand how to maintain and monitor a Cisco Unified CCX system. Prerequisites To fully benefit from this course, students should have the following prerequisite skills and knowledge: Internetworking Fundamentals Basic IP telephony concepts Cisco Unified Communications Manager Cisco IP phones, Cisco IP Communicator Contact Center operations

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About this Course Deploying Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise (DUCCE) is a 5-day instructor-led course intended for system engineers and customers who will be involved with day-to-day maintenance and   installation of the Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise (CCE) product deployed in a CVP comprehensive environment. This course gives the learner an understanding of the Unified CCE deployment capabilities, processes, fault tolerance, installation, and troubleshooting tools for inbound and outbound Contact Center functionality. This will be accomplished by installing and configuring the Unified CCE software and introducing Unified CCE troubleshooting tools.    DUCCE is intended for those installing the solution, or who may be responsible for Level 3 support of the solution.  This course also serves as a good stepping-stone for AUCCE Part 1 and AUCCE Part 2, but is not a prerequisite.  Students will learn enough about CCE scripting in this course to ensure system functionality only, not become scripting experts. Audience Profile

The primary audience for this course is as follows:

Cisco Unified Communications system channel partners and resellers System engineers

The secondary audience for this course is as follows:

Customers deploying and maintaining Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise products At Course Completion Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:  Demonstrate an overall understanding of the Cisco Unified CCE solution, processes, and its environment. Install and configure a Cisco Unified CCE solution as deployed with Unified CVP, including CTI functionality used with Unified Communications Manager. Install and configure Cisco Outbound Option using a SIP Dialer. Utilize the Legacy Command Line Utilities within the ICM environment for support and troubleshooting UCCE. Utilize the Diagnostic Framework suite of utilities (Analysis Manager, Diagnostic Portico, CLI) within the UCCE environment for support and troubleshooting of UCCE. Demonstrate proficiency with various utilities within the UCCE solution for troubleshooting and support of the environment. Prerequisites The knowledge and skills that a learner should have before attending this course are as follows:  Working knowledge of basic networking and components (router, switch, NIC) Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server deployed within an Active Directory environment Working knowledge of a Windows computer including a mouse and the simultaneous use of the Alt-Tab keys

Upcoming Sessions:
Deploying Unified Contact Center Enterprise with CVP (DUCCE)
January 21st, 2019
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Deploying Unified Contact Center Enterprise with CVP (DUCCE)
March 18th, 2019
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About This Course

WIDEPLOY is a five day, instructor led training designed to help students prepare for the CCNP Wireless Certification.  The goal is to provide network professionals with information to prepare them to deploy wireless networks using Cisco controller and unified switching architectures policies and best practices, as well as ensure the proper implementation of mobility standards and proper configuration of all aspects of wireless components.  WIDEPLOY provides students hands-on labs to reinforce concepts taught including deploying Cisco AireOS 8.0., Cisco Prime Infrastructure Release 2.2, and Cisco Mobility Services Engine Release 8.0 features.

Course Audience

This course is designed for individuals who are involved in the technical management of Cisco wireless platforms and solutions, which involves installing, configuring, operating, and troubleshooting.  In this course, the target audience will be referred to generically as technicians.  This audience includes:

Network Engineers Network Administrators Network Managers System Engineers

 

Course Prerequisites

WIDEPLOY is targeted toward wireless network engineers with 3-5 years’ experience in the networking field.The knowledge and skills that a student must have prior to attending this course are as follows:

ICND1 WIFUND

It is also strongly recommended that students considered for this training have a basic knowledge of the following:

Cisco Prime Infrastructure Cisco Identity Services Engine Metageek Channelizer Software Voice Signaling Protocol Basic QoS Application Visibility and Control LAN switching   At Course Completion

After completion of this course, students will be able to...

Deploy a Wi-Fi infrastructure Configure advanced capabilities in data designs Configure advanced capabilities in voice and real-time application designs Configure advanced capabilities in location designs Configure advanced capabilities in outdoor and high-density designs

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Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 1 (ICND1) 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, managing network devices, and identifying basic security threats. 

Optionally, this course can be followed by the Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 2 (ICND2) 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.

Several topics have been added including; understanding the interactions and network functions of firewalls, wireless controllers and access points, along withadditional focus on IPv6 and basic network security.

All configuration commands are introduced through examples and supported with lab exercises. A full suite of labs have been developed using the virtual IOS environment with flexible topologies that reinforce concepts with hands-on, guided discovery and challenge labs that align to each lesson module. 

Audience Profile

Target candidates: Individuals seeking the Cisco CCENT certification, or Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification. The course is also appropriate for support technicians involved in the basic installation, operation, and verification of LAN networks.

Target Jobs: Entry-level network engineer, network administrator, network support technician, and help desk technician

Certifications Associated With This Class:

Cisco CCENT Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching Cisco CCDA Cisco CCNA Security Cisco CCNA Wireless At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will be able to...

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 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

Upcoming Sessions:
ICND 1: Interconnecting CISCO Networking Devices Part 1
January 14th, 2019
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ICND 1: Interconnecting CISCO Networking Devices Part 1
February 11th, 2019
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ICND 1: Interconnecting CISCO Networking Devices Part 1
February 25th, 2019
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About this Course

Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 2 (ICND2) is a five-day, instructor-led training course that teaches learners how to perform basic troubleshooting steps in enterprise branch office networks, preparing learners for Cisco CCNA certification.

Key additions to this latest revision include; understanding of Quality of Service (QoS) elements and their applicability, how virtualized and cloud services will interact and impact enterprise networks, along with an overview of network programmability and the related controller types and tools that areavailable to support software defined network architectures.

A full suite of labs have been developed using the virtual IOS environment with flexible topologies that reinforce concepts with hands-on, guided discovery and challenge labs that align to each lesson module.

Audience Profile

Target audience: Individuals seeking the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification. The course is also appropriate for pre- and post-sales network engineers involved in the installation and support of enterprise branch office networks.

Job roles: Entry-level network engineer, network administrator, network support technician, or help desk technician.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will be able to:

Install, operate, and troubleshoot a medium-sized network, including connecting to a WAN and implementing network security. Describe the effects of new technologies such as IoE, IoT, IWAN, and SDN on network evolution. Operate a medium-sized LAN with multiple switches, supporting VLANs, trunking, and spanning tree Troubleshoot IP connectivity Describe how to 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 how device management can be implemented using the traditional and intelligent ways. 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 devices Secure network devices Implement basic IPv6 connectivity

RELATED COURSES:

Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 1 (ICND1) v3.0

Upcoming Sessions:
ICND 2: Interconnecting CISCO Network Devices Part 2
January 28th, 2019
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ICND 2: Interconnecting CISCO Network Devices Part 2
February 11th, 2019
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March 18th, 2019
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The Implementing Advanced Cisco ASA Security (SASAA) training course will provide you with knowledge of advanced features of Cisco ASA security products and enables you to implement the key features of ASA including FirePOWER services, ASA Identity Firewall, ASA Cloud Web security, ASA Clustering and virtual ASA (ASAv). This is an ideal Cisco security certification course to take if you want to further your knowledge on Cisco security matters or develop new skills for career advancement. This Cisco ASA training includes learning about the Cisco ASA product family, Identity Firewall, FirePOWER services, and more. 

Audience Profile

This course is intended for network engineers supporting Cisco ASA 9.x implementations.

Course Objectives

The goal of the course is to be able to implement the key features of the Cisco ASA, including Cisco ASA FirePOWER Services, ASA Cloud Web Security, ASA Identity Firewall, ASA Clustering, and the Virtual ASA (ASAv).

Prerequisites

It is recommended that prior to enrollment, students have successfully completed SASAC,  or have equivalent knowledge of the Cisco ASA.

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This course discusses the Cisco Identity Services Engine, an identity and access control policy platform that provides a single policy plane across the entire organization, combining multiple services, including authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA), posture, profiling, device on-boarding, and guest management, into a single context-aware identity-based platform. The training provides students with the knowledge and skills to enforce security posture compliance for wired and wireless endpoints as well as enhance infrastructure security using the Cisco ISE. Special Note: Course kits are available in digital format only. The digital version is designed for online use only, not for printing.

Audience Profile

The primary audience for this course is as follows:

ISE Administrators / Engineers Wireless Administrators / Engineers Consulting Systems Engineers Technical / Wireless / BYOD / Security Solutions Architects ATP partner systems and field engineers Systems integrators who install and implement the Cisco Identity Service Engine v2.1 At Course Completion

Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to meet these overall objectives:

Describe Cisco ISE architecture, installation, and distributed deployment options Configure Network Access Devices (NADs), policy components, and basic authentication and authorization policies in Cisco ISE Implement Cisco ISE web authentication and guest services Deploy Cisco ISE profiling, posture, and client provisioning services Describe administration, monitoring, troubleshooting, and TrustSec SGA security Configure device administration using TACACS+ in Cisco ISE Prerequisites

It is recommended that students have the following prior to attending this course:

Familiarity with Cisco IOS CLI Familiarity with Cisco ASA Familiarity with Cisco VPN clients Familiarity with MicroSoft Windows Operating Systems Familiarity with 802.1x

Upcoming Sessions:
Implementing and Configuring CISCO Identity Services Engine (SISE)
January 14th, 2019
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Implementing and Configuring CISCO Identity Services Engine (SISE)
February 11th, 2019
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Implementing and Configuring CISCO Identity Services Engine (SISE)
March 11th, 2019
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About this Course

This course allows learners to understand how a Security Operations Center (SOC) functions and the introductory-level skills and knowledge needed in this environment. It focuses on the introductory-level skills needed for a SOC Analyst at the associate level. Specifically, understanding basic threat analysis, event correlation, identifying malicious activity, and how to use a playbook for incident response.

Audience Profile Security Operations Center Security Analyst Computer Network Defense Analyst Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support personnel Future Incident Responders and Security Operations Center (SOC) personnel Students beginning a career and entering the cybersecurity field IT personnel looking to learn more about the area of cybersecurity operations Cisco Channel Partners At Course Completion

After completion of this course, students will be able to...​

Define a SOC and the various job roles in a SOC Understand SOC infrastructure tools and systems Learn basic incident analysis for a threat centric SOC Explore resources available to assist with an investigation Explain basic event correlation and normalization Describe common attack vectors Learn how to identify malicious activity Understand the concept of a playbook Describe and explain an incident respond handbook Define types of SOC Metrics Understand SOC Workflow Management system and automation Prerequisites

It is strongly recommended, but not required, that students have the following knowledge and skills:

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 Understanding Cisco Cybersecurity Fundamentals (SECFND) 

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Implementing Cisco Data Center Infrastructure (DCII) is a five-day instructor-led course that is designed to help students prepare for the Cisco CCNP© Data Center certification and for professional-level data center roles. The focus of this skills-building course is implementation of LAN, SAN, and Data Center Unified Fabric using Cisco MDS switches, Cisco Nexus switches, and Cisco Nexus 2000 Series Fabric Extenders (FEXs). The course provides rich, hands-on experience of implementing Cisco data center infrastructure.

Audience Profile Systems and field engineers, consulting systems engineers, technical solutions architects, and Cisco integrators and partners who install and implement the Cisco Nexus 7000 and 5000 Series switches and the Cisco Nexus 2000 Series fabric extenders Data center engineers and managers, program managers, and project managers At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:

Configure RSTP, MST, and port channels and implement Cisco FabricPath, OTV, VXLAN, and LISP Configure first-hop redundancy, routing, and multicast in the data center Configure user management and implement system security features on Nexus switches Perform basic Fibre Channel configuration, manage Fibre Channel domains, and implement Fibre Channel port security and binding Configure FCoE Configure distributed device aliases, zoning, NPV, and FCIP Configure system management and infrastructure monitoring Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner should have before attending this course:

Describe data center networking concepts Describe data center storage concepts Describe data center virtualization Describe Cisco Unified Computing System Describe data center automation and orchestration with the focus on Cisco ACI and UCS Director Identify products in the Cisco Data Center Nexus and MDS families Describe network fundamentals and build simple LANs, including switching and routing

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Implementing Cisco Data Center Infrastructure (DCII)
February 4th, 2019
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About this Course

Implementing Cisco Edge Network Security Solutions (SENSS) 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.

Audience Profile

The primary audience for this course is as follows:

Network Security Engineers At Course Completion

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

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Implementing Cisco Emergency Responder (ICER) is a 2 day course that provides students with best practice information on how to install, configure, operate and maintain Cisco Emergency Responder in a Cisco Unified Communications environment. Focusing on core administrative skills, you will learn to configure Cisco Unified Communications (CUCM) for integration with CER and to configure emergency response locations (ERLs) and emergency location identification numbers (ELINs) in CER to properly route enhanced 911 (E911) calls. You will also examine CER disaster recovery and user management.

At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, students will be able to:

E911 architecture and terminology CER installation requirements How the CER and CUCM systems route E911 calls Configure CUCM for integration with CER Configure CER for integration with CUCM Add and configure ERLs and ELINs Configure CER users Backup and restore a CER system Prerequisites

Understanding of Cisco Unified Communications Manager configuration and operation is required for this course

 

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Implementing Cisco Network Security (IINS) is a 5-day instructor-led course focusing on security principles and technologies, using Cisco security products to provide hands-on examples. Using instructor-led discussions, extensive hands-on lab exercises, and supplemental materials, this course allows learners to understand common security concepts, and deploy basic security techniques utilizing a variety of popular security appliances within a real-life network infrastructure.

Audience Profile

The target audiences for this course are students who aim to be network associates in the domain of network security and who have knowledge that is contained in the Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1) course.

At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, the student will be able to meet these overall objectives:

Describe common network security concepts Secure routing and switching infrastructure Deploy basic authentication, authorization and accounting services Deploy basic firewalling services Deploy basic site-to-site and remote access VPN services Describe the use of more advanced security services such as intrusion protection, content security and identity management 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 Working knowledge of Cisco IOS networking and concepts

Upcoming Sessions:
Implementing CISCO IOS Network Security (IINS)
January 7th, 2019
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April 1st, 2019
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About this Course

Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE) is an instructor-led five day training course developed to help students prepare for Cisco CCNP certification. The ROUTE course is a component of the CCNP Routing and Switching curriculum.

This course is designed to provide professionals working with medium to large networks with the skills and knowledge required to incorporate advanced routing concepts when implementing scalability for Cisco routers that are connected to LANs and WANs.  Students will build upon the knowledge and skills from CCNA Routing and Switching and help expand competencies to plan, implement, and monitor a scalable routing network.

The overall design of the new ROUTE training is now heavily focused on lab-based learning.  Some older topics have been removed or simplified from ROUTE, while several new IPv6 routing topics have been added. The course content has been adapted to Cisco IOS Software Release 15 and technically updated. Audience Profile

This course is appropriate for learners who aim to be network professionals and who have knowledge obtained from Cisco CCNA courses. Typical job roles include network engineers, support engineers, systems engineers or network technicians.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will be able to...

Describe routing protocols, different remote connectivity options, and their impact on routing and implementing RIPng Configure EIGRP in IPv4 and IPv6 environments Configure OSPF in IPv4 and IPv6 environments Implement route redistribution using filtering mechanisms Implement path control using policy-based routing and IP SLA Implement enterprise Internet connectivity Secure Cisco routers according to best practices and configure authentication for routing protocols Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner should have before attending this curriculum are as follows:

Describing network fundamentals Establishing Internet and WAN connectivity (IPv4 and IPv6) Managing network device security Operating a medium-sized LAN with multiple switches, supporting VLANs, trunking, and spanning tree Troubleshooting IP connectivity (IPv4 and IPv6) Configuring and troubleshooting EIGRP and OSPF (IPv4 and IPv6) Configuring devices for SNMP, syslog, and NetFlow access Managing Cisco device configurations, Cisco IOS images, and licenses It is highly recommended that this course be taken after the following Cisco courses: Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices v2.0, Part 1 (ICND1 v2.0) and Part 2 (ICND2 v2.0), or Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated Version 2.0 (CCNAX v2.0)

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Implementing Cisco IP Telephony & Video, Part 1 (CIPTV1) is a five-day course that prepares the learner for implementing a Cisco Collaboration solution at a single-site environment. 

Lab exercises included in the course help learners to perform post-installation tasks, configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager, implement MGCP and H.323 and, SIP trunks, and build dial plans to place single site on-cluster and off-cluster calling for voice and video. Learners will also implement media resources, audio and video conferencing, and describe QoS.

Audience Profile

The primary target audiences for the course are:

Network administrators and network engineers CCNP Collaboration candidates

Secondary audiences are:

Systems engineers At Course Completion

Upon Completing this course, students will be able to:

Describe the role of Cisco Unified Communication Manager in a Cisco Collaboration Solution, including its functions, architecture, deployment, and redundancy options, and how to deploy endpoints, users, and Cisco IP Phone Services Describe the functions and purpose of a dial plan and explain how to implement on-cluster calling. Describe how to configure MGCP, H.323 and SIP gateways. The module also describes how to create a dial plan that supports inbound and outbound off-cluster calling for numbers and URIs. Describe the types of media resources that Cisco Unfied Communications Manager supports, how to configure Cisco Unified Communications Manager server software-based media resources, and how to implement Cisco hardware-based media resources Describe how to implement audio and video conferencing devices that can be used with Cisco Unified Communications Manager, built-in Cisco Unified Communications Manager software audio bridge, Cisco IOS-based audio and video conferencing bridges, and Cisco TelePresence conferencing products including Cisco TelePresence MSE 8000, Cisco TelePresence Server, Cisco Telepresence MCU, and Cisco TelePresence MCU, and Cisco TelePresence Conductor. Provide an introduction to QoS with emphasis on the QoS components, often referred to as the QoS toolkit, that are used to provide services for various business applications Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:

Working knowledge of fundamental terms and concepts of computer networking, including LANs, WANs, 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 voice and data networks

Upcoming Sessions:
Implementing CISCO IP Telephony & Video, Part 1 (CIPTV1)
January 28th, 2019
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About this Course

Implementing Cisco IP Telephony & Video, Part 2 (CIPTV2) is a five-day course that prepares the learner for implementing Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Cisco VCS-C, and Cisco Expressway series in a multisite voice and video network. It covers globalized call routing, URI call routing, global dial plan replication based on the ILS, Cisco Unified SRST, mobility features, call admission control, .integration of Cisco VCS and Cisco Unified Communications Manager, and Cisco Mobile Remote Access on Cisco Expressway Series.

Audience Profile

The primary target audiences for the course are:

Network administrators and network engineers CCNP Collaboration candidates

Secondary audiences are:

Systems engineers At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, you will be able to meet the following objectives:

Describe multisite deployment issues and solutions, and describe and configure required dial plan elements Implement call-processing resiliency in remote sites by using Cisco Unified SRST and MGCP fallback Impletment bandwidth management and CAC to prevent oversbuscription of the IP WAN Implement Device Mobility, Cisco Extension Mobility, and Cisco Unified Mobility Implement Cisco VCS Control and Cisco Expressway Series Describe and implement CCD and ILS Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:

Working knowledge of converged voice, video, and data networks Working knowledge of the MGCP, SIP, and H.323 protocols and their implementation on 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

Upcoming Sessions:
Implementing Cisco IP Telephony & Video, Part 2 (CIPTV2)
January 21st, 2019
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Implementing Cisco Quality of Service (QOS) provides learners with in-depth knowledge of QoS requirements, conceptual models such as best effort, IntServ, and DiffServ, and the implementation of QoS on Cisco platforms. The curriculum covers the theory of QoS, design issues, and configuration of various QoS mechanisms to facilitate the creation of effective administrative policies providing QoS.

Case studies and lab exercises included in the course help learners to apply the concepts from the individual modules to real-life scenarios. The course also gives learners design and usage rule for advanced QoS features. This gives the learners the opportunity to design and implement efficient, optimal, and trouble-free multiservice networks.

Audience Profile

The primary audience for this course is as follows:

Pre-and-post-sales technical engineers responsible for designing, implementing, or troubleshooting networks Network architects responsible for designing multiservice networks to carry voice, video, and data traffic in enterprise or service provider environments Advanced Unified Communications Specialization Master UC Specialization Master Telepresence ATP

The secondary audience for this course is as follows:

CCIE R&S Candidates At Course Completion

After completing the course, students will be able to: 

Explain the need for QoS, describe the fundamentals of QoS policy, and identify and describe the different models that are used for ensuring QoS in a network Explain the use of MQC and AutoQoS to implement QoS on the network and describe some of the mechanisms used to monitor QoS implementations Given a converged network and a policy defining QoS requirements, classify and mark network traffic to implement the policy Use Cisco QoS queuing mechanisms to manage network congestion Use Cisco QoS congestion avoidance mechanisms to reduce the effects of congestion on the network Use Cisco QoS traffic policing and traffic shaping mechanisms to effectively limit the rate of network traffic Given a low speed WAN link, use Cisco link efficiency mechanisms to improve the bandwidth efficiency of the link Describe the recommended best practices and methods used for end-to-end QoS deployment in the enterprise Prerequisites

Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 1 and 2 (ICND1 and ICND2)

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Implementing Cisco Secure Access Solutions (SISAS) is a newly created five-day instructor-led training (vILT) course 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 Cisco’s 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 Cisco’s ISE appliance feature and provide operational support identity and network access control Audience Profile

The primary audience for this course is as follows:

Network Security Engineers At Course Completion

After completing this course the students should 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

To fully benefit from this course, students should have the following prerequisite skills and knowledge:

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA©_) certification Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA©_) Security certification Knowledge of Microsoft Windows operating system

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Implementing Cisco Secure Mobility Solutions (SIMOS) is a newly created five-day instructor-led training (vILT) 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.

Audience Profile

The primary audience for this course is as follows:

Network Security Engineers At Course Completion

After completing this course the students should 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

To fully benefit from this course, students should have the following prerequisite skills and knowledge:

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA©_) certification Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA©_) Security certification Knowledge of Microsoft Windows operating system -

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Implementing Cisco Switched Networks (SWITCH) is a five-day instructor-led training course developed to help students prepare for Cisco CCNP certification. The ROUTE course is a component of the CCNP Routing and Switching curriculum. 

This course is designed to help learners create an efficient and expandable enterprise network by installing, configuring, and verifying network infrastructure equipment according to the Cisco Enterprise Campus Architecture. The course content has been adapted to Cisco IOS Software Release 15 and technically updated.   Audience Profile

This course is appropriate for learners with Cisco CCNA-level knowledge who aim to be network professionals. Typical job roles include network engineers, support engineers, systems engineers or network technicians.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will be able to...

Describe the hierarchical campus structure, basic switch operation, use of SDM templates, PoE, and LLDP Implement VLANs, trunks, explain VTP, implement DHCP in IPv4 and IPv6 environments, and configure port aggregation Implement and optimize STP mechanism that best suits your network - PVSTP+, RPVSTP+, or MSTP Configure routing on a multilayer switch Configure NTP, SNMP, IP SLA, and port mirroring, and verify StackWise and VSS operation Implement first hop redundancy in IPv4 and IPv6 environments Secure the campus network according to recommended practices Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this curriculum are as follows:

Describing network fundamentals Establishing Internet and WAN connectivity (IPv4 and IPv6) Managing network device security Operating a medium-sized LAN with multiple switches, supporting VLANs, trunking, and spanning tree Troubleshooting IP connectivity (IPv4 and IPv6) Configuring and troubleshooting EIGRP and OSPF (IPv4 and IPv6) Configuring devices for SNMP, syslog, and NetFlow access Managing Cisco device configurations, Cisco IOS images, and licenses It is highly recommended that this course be taken after the following Cisco courses: Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices v2.0, Part 1 (ICND1 v2.0) and Part 2 (ICND2 v2.0), or Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated version 2.0 (CCNAX v2.0)

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This course provides network professionals with the knowledge to implement Cisco FirePOWER NGIPS (Next Generation Intrusion Prevention System) and Cisco AMP (Advanced Malware Protection), as well as Web Security, Email Security, and Cloud Web Security.  Students will gain hands-on experience configuring various advanced Cisco security solutions for mitigating outside threats and securing traffic traversing the firewall. Special Note: This course is part of the Cisco Certified Network ProfessionalSecurity Certification (CCNP Security). Course kits are available in digital format only.  The digital version is designed for online use only, not for printing.

Audience Profile

The primary audience for this course is as follows:

Network Security Engineers At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

Describe and implement Cisco Web Security Appliance Describe and implement Cloud Web Security Describe and implement Cisco Email Security Appliance Describe and implement Advanced Malware Protection Describe and implement Cisco FirePOWER Next-Generation IPS Describe and implement Cisco ASA FirePOWER Services Module Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:

CCNA Security valid CCSP  any CCIE Certification

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This course is an update to the Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices (VIVND) course. It will help you prepare for the CCNA Collaboration certification. This course includes a combination of (CIVND1) and (CIVND2).Part 1 of Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices provides you with the necessary knowledge to describe characteristics of Cisco video solutions and assess the requirements for a successful implementation of a video solution. The course describes the characteristics of a video solution and enables you to evaluate the general requirements for video deployments such as codec options, media formats, protocols, network impact, high-level architectural components, interactions, and requisites to the environment.Part 2 of Implementing Cisco Video Network Devices is designed to provide you with the necessary knowledge and skills to implement various Cisco video endpoints in converged Cisco video infrastructures. It will describes Cisco Business Video solutions and enable you to implement and troubleshoot Cisco Unified Communication and Collaboration, TelePresence, and Digital Media Player in different Cisco Business Video solution architectures.The software applications that are covered in this course include:

Cisco Unified Communications Manager Cisco Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence Cisco TelePresence Video Communication Server Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Controller Unit Cisco TMS Server Audience Profile Network administrators and network engineers System engineers At Course Completion

Upon completing the course, students will be able to meet the following objectives:

Describe Cisco Business Video components and architectures Implement Cisco Collaboration endpoints Implement Cisco TelePresence endpoints Implement multipoint conferencing on Cisco collaboration endpoints Implement Cisco DMP endpoints Prerequisites Working knowledge of basic IP networking Knowledge of video conferencing and streaming fundamentals Cisco Basic IP networking e-learning or Interconnecting Cisco Devices, Part 1and 2 (ICND1 and ICND2)

Upcoming Sessions:
Implementing CISCO Video Network Devices Part 1 and Part 2 (CIVND)
January 14th, 2019
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Implementing CISCO Video Network Devices Part 1 and Part 2 (CIVND)
March 4th, 2019
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May 6th, 2019
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This course is a new 5-day ILT class designed to provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills to implement various Cisco Video endpoints in converged Cisco video infrastructures. Cisco business video solutions has four major Cisco Medianet application components: - Unified Communication and Collaboration - TelePresence - Digital Media Suite (DMS) - Video Surveillance. Part 1 is designed to provide students with the necessary knowledge to describe characteristics of video solutions and assess the requirements for a successful implementation of a video solution. And describes the characteristics of a video solution and enables students to evaluate the general requirements for video deployments such as coding options, media formats, protocols, network impact, high-level architectural components and their interactions, and requisites to the environment. Part 2 describes Cisco business video solutions and enables students to implement and troubleshoot Cisco Unified Communication and Collaboration, TelePresence and Digital Media Player in different Cisco business video solution architectures.

Audience Profile Channel Partners End Users Resellers Customers Employees At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:

Describe the components and architectures of Cisco business video solutions. Implement Cisco Unified Communications and Cisco Collaboration video endpoints. Implement Cisco TelePresence video endpoints. Implement multipoint conferencing on Cisco video endpoints. Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:

It is recommended that the learner has foundational IP networking knowledge such as included with a CCENT or CCNA certification. This e-Learning assumes familiarity with the concepts included in the Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1) and basics from the Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2) training.

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The Implementing Cisco Wireless Network Fundamentals is a ILT course, designed to help students prepare for the CCNA-Wireless certification, an associate level certification specializing in the wireless field. The WIFUND course and CCNA-Wireless certification is a prerequisite to the CCNP-Wireless (Cisco Certified Wireless Professional) curriculum.WIFUND curriculum will prepare wireless network associate for the use, positioning, planning, implementation and operation of Cisco WLAN networks. The goal of WIFUND 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.

Audience Profile

This course is designed for individuals who are involved in the technical management of Cisco wireless platforms and solutions, which involves installing, configuring, operating and troubleshooting.This audience includes:

Network engineers Network administrators Network managers system engineers At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, you will be able to meet these objectives:

Understand the basic RF principles and characteristics. Understsand WLAN security methods and access with differing client devices. Define the Cisco WLAN architecture and the underlining infrastructure used to support it. Implement a Centralized wireless access network using AireOS or IOS-XE wireless LAN controllers. Implement a Converged wireless access network using IOS-XE converged access switches and wireless LAN controllers. Implement small and remote access wireless networks using FlexConnect, Autonomous or Cloud architectures. Preform basic Wlan maintenace and troubleshooting. Describe the requirements for a WLAN design. Prerequisites

This section lists the skills and knowledge that learners must possess to benefit fully from the course. It includes recommended Cisco learning offerings that the learner may complete to benefit fully from this course.The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:

Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Parts 1 & 2 (ICND1 & ICND2), or Cisco CCENT certification

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Cisco ASA Core is a new 5-day ILT class that covers the Cisco ASA core firewall and VPN features. Cisco ASA Core is designed to teach network security engineers working on the Cisco ASA Adaptive Security Appliance to implement core Cisco ASA features, including the new ASA features.

Audience Profile

The primary audience for this course is as follows:

Network engineers supporting Cisco ASA 9.x implementations At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:

Explain the core essential features of Cisco ASA 5500-X Series Next-Generation Firewalls Describe how to implement Cisco ASA basic connectivity and device management Implement basic Cisco ASA network integration Describe and implement basic Cisco ASA policy controls Describe Cisco ASA common VPN components Describe and implement Cisco ASA clientless VPN solutions Describe and implement Cisco ASA and Cisco AnyConnect full tunnel VPN solutions Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:

Working knowlegde of basic IP networking Basic Cisco ASA Knowledge

It would also be beneficial to have the following:

Successful completion of FIREWALL Successful completion of VPN

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Implementing Core CISCO ASA (SASAC)
February 4th, 2019
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Multiprotocol Label Switching integrates the performance and traffic-management capabilities of data link Layer 2 with the scalability and flexibility of network Layer 3 routing. So, when used in conjunction with other standard technologies, MPLS gives the ability to support value-added features and service offerings. Implementing Cisco MPLS (MPLS) is a 5-day instructor-led class providing students with in-depth knowledge of MPLS and MPLS VPNs design, implementation and configuration skills for new features and functions in an existing routed environment.  This class uses IoS (15.2)

Audience Profile

Primary target audience:

network administrators network engineers network managers systems engineers, and

This course is also intended for anyone who would like to implement MPLS and MPLS Traffic Engineering.

Secondary target audience:

network designers and project managers.

The course is also recommended to all individuals preparing for MPLS exam.

At Course Completion

After completion of this course, students will be able to...

Describe the features of MPLS Describe how MPLS labels are assigned and distributed Configure and troubleshoot frame-mode MPLS on Cisco IOS platforms Describe the MPLS peer-to-peer architecture and explain the routing and packet-forwarding model in this architecture Configure, monitor, and troubleshoot VPN operations Describe how the MPLS VPN model can be used to implement managed services and Internet access Describe the various Internet access implementations that are available and the benefits and     drawbacks of each model Describe the tasks and commands that are necessary to implement MPLS TE Prerequisites

To fully benefit from this course, students should have the following prerequisite skills and knowledge: 

Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Cisco IOS Software configuration Configuring and troubleshooting EIGRP, OSPF, IS-IS and BGP

Skills and knowledge equivalent to those learned in:

Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices v2.0, Part 1 (ICND1) v2.0 and Part 2 (ICND2) v2.0, or Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated Version 2.0 (CCNAX) v2.0 Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE) v2.0 Configuring BGP on Cisco Routers (BGP) v4.0 Building Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Networks Part 1 (SPNGN1) v1.2 Building Cisco Service Provider Next-Generation Networks Part 2 (SPNGN2) v1.2 Deploying Cisco Service Provider Network Routing (SPROUTE) v1.2 Deploying Cisco Service Provider Advanced Network Routing (SPADVROUTE) v1.2

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Integrating Cisco Unified Communications Applications (CAPPS) prepares the learner for integrating Cisco Unity Connection, Cisco Unity Express, Cisco Unified IM and Presence, and video into a Collaboration deployment. It describes voice messaging deployment scenarios, Cisco Unified Presence features, and troubleshooting mechanisms as well as Cisco Unified IM and Presence and Cisco Jabber integration options with Cisco Unified Communications Manager

Audience Profile

The primary target audiences for the course are:

Network administrators and network engineers CCNP Collaboration candidates Systems engineers At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, you will be able to meet these objectives:

Implement Cisco Connection in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager deployment Describe how to implement Cisco Unity Express in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express deployment Implement Cisco Unified IM and Presence and Cisco Jabber Desktop and Mobile using BYOD Integrate Cisco VCS and Cisco TMS into a Cisco collaboration deployment Prerequisites Working knowledge of fundamental terms and concepts of computer networking, including LANs, WANs, 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 voice and data networks and Cisco Unified Communications Manager deployments

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About this Course

The Cisco CCNA curriculum includes a third course, Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated (CCNAX), consisting of Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 1 (ICND1) and Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 2 (ICND2) content in its entirety, but with the content merged into a single course. Overlapping content between ICND1 and ICND2 is eliminated and content is rearranged for the purpose of the course flow.

Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated (CCNAX), is an 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. Also 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.

Key additions to this latest revision include an understanding of Quality of Service (QoS) elements and their applicability, how virtualized and cloud services will interact and impact enterprise networks, and an overview of network programmability with the related controller types and tools that are available to support software defined network architectures.

Also included is the understanding of the interactions and network functions of firewalls, wireless controllers and access points, along with additional focus on IPv6 and basic network security A full suite of labs have been developed using the virtual IOS environment with flexible topologies that reinforce concepts with hands-on, guided discovery and challenge labs that align to each lesson module. 

Audience Profile

Individuals seeking the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification. CCNAX is a fast-paced course and should only be taken by individuals with some existing networking experience.  The course is also appropriate for pre-sales and post-sales network engineers involved in the installation and support of enterprise branch office networks.

Target Audience: Entry Level Network Engineer, Network Administrator, Network Support Technician or Help Desk Technician

At Course Completion

After completing the course, students will be able to:

Describe network fundamentals and build simple LANsEstablish Internet connectivity Manage and secure network devices Operate a medium-sized LAN with multiple switches, supporting VLANs, trunking, and spanning tree Troubleshoot IP connectivity Describe how to 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 how device management can be implemented using the traditional and intelligent ways. Understand QoS, virtualization and cloud services, and network programmability related to WAN, access and core segments Install, operate, and troubleshoot a medium-sized network, including connecting to a WAN and implementing network security. Describe the effects of new technologies such as IoE, IoT, IWAN, and SDN on network evolution Prerequisites

The knowledge, skills, and attitudes that a learner is expected to 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 Good understanding of network fundamentals

RELATED COURSES:

Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 1 (ICND1) Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices, Part 2 (ICND2)

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Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated (CCNAX)
January 7th, 2019
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January 14th, 2019
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Introducing Cisco Data Center Networking (DCICN) is a five-day instructor-led course is designed to help students prepare for the Cisco CCNA© Data Center certification and for associate-level data center roles. The course covers foundational knowledge, skills, and technologies including network protocols and host-to-host communication, data center networking concepts and technologies, data center storage networking, and Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) architecture.

Audience Profile

The primary audience for this course are:

Network Administrators Network Engineers Cisco Integrators/Partners System Engineers Network Designers Network Managers Consulting Systems Engineers Technical Solutions Architects At Course Completion

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

Describe and identify data center network protocols and host-to-host communication Describe basic data center networking concepts and use the Cisco NX-OS command-line interface andimplement VLANs, trunks, and port channels Describe advanced data center networking concepts, implement multilayer switching, and perform basicconfiguration: protocols (OSPF, EIGRP, HSRP); AAA on Cisco NX-OS devices and secure remote administration; and access control lists Describe and compare basic data center storage connectivity options and configure VSANs Describe advanced data center storage and configure zoning, NPV mode, and NPIV on Cisco Nexus and Cisco MDS switches Identify the components of Cisco UCS architecture and use the Cisco UCS Manager GUI Prerequisites

The knowledge, skills, and attitudes that a learner is expected to have before attending this course are as follows:

Good understanding of networking protocols Good understanding of the VMware environment Basic computer literacy Basic knowledge of Microsoft Windows operating systems Basic Internet usage skills

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This two-day course provides students with advanced class-of-service (CoS) knowledge and configuration examples. The course begins with an overview of CoS before going into classification, policing, scheduling, and rewriting. The course then covers class-based forwarding and finishes with a case study. Through demonstrations and hands-on labs, students will gain experience in configuring and verifying Junos CoS features.

Audience Profile

This course benefits individuals responsible for configuring and monitoring devices running the Junos OS, especially those in a service provider environment. It also benefits individuals responsible for designing networks containing devices running the Junos OS. Course Level: Junos Class of Service is an advanced level course.

At Course Completion

After successfully completing this course, you should be able to:

Understand the history and evolution of CoS. Identify the CoS fields in various packet headers. List the CoS processing stages on devices running the Junos OS. Identify the default CoS settings on devices running the Junos OS. Configure and verify behavior aggregate (BA) and multifield (MF) classification. Configure and verify two-color and tricolor marking policers. Configure and verify schedulers and their components. Configure and verify the multiple levels of hierarchical schedulers. Configure and verify packet header rewriting. Configure and verify class-based forwarding. Create a CoS configuration based on a set of design requirements. Prerequisites

Students should attend the Introduction to the Junos Operating System (IJOS) course, the Junos Routing Essentials (JRE) course, and the Junos Intermediate Routing (JIR) course, or have equivalent experience prior to attending this class. General knowledge of CoS concepts is also helpful

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The WMNGI course is designed to prepare students to use the Cisco Unified Wireless Network management products and applications to configure, administer, manage, troubleshoot, and optimize the network.  This instructor-led course offers in-depth hands-on labs.   This course provided hands-on labs which over controller firmware release 7.5 MR1 as well as Cisco Prime Infrastructure software release 1.4.This course begins with a high-level overview of the Cisco Prime Infrastructure (PI) product line, including product functions, components, capabilities, and features. Students will learn where to locate installation procedures for both the access point (AP) and their associated Wireless LAN Controllers (WLCs) and properly install the CUWN hardware appropriate to site and use requirements.  Students will look at ways to administer CUWN, 802.11 security policies, and QoS appropriately to protect and optimize performance on the wireless network.  Students will configure and implement key PI security features to mitigate WLAN security threats.  Students will conclude training by learning how to utilize recommended troubleshooting methodology and the various tools available to gather and assess system data to isolate equipment failures and security threats.

Audience Profile

The primary audience is composed of individuals responsible for performing or overseeing network management tasks. The primary audience is as follows:

Cisco Network Planners, Managers, Administrators Cisco TAC personnel Cisco Networking or Network Consulting Engineers Cisco and Channel Partner Advanced / Professional Services

The secondary audience is composed of individuals who need to know about Cisco's network management systems and their operations:

Cisco Field Engineers Cisco Technical Marketing Engineers Cisco Optimization Engineers

The tertiary audience for this course is as follows:

Cisco Project Managers Cisco Product Sales Specialists Cisco and Channel Partner Business Development Managers Cisco and Channel Partner Account Managers At Course Completion

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to meet these overall objectives:

Explain how Cisco Unified Wireless Network management components help resolve today's network management challenges Describe how to configure the Cisco Prime Infrastructure (PI) Configure components through the Configure tab and templates Configure the guest access feature set Integrate the Cisco PI and the MSE to provide services and track mobile clients Configure the Connected Mobile Experiences solution Configure Bonjour Services and Application Visibility and Control (AVC) solutions for application and device support Utilize a recommended troubleshooting methodology and the various tools available to gather and assess system data to isolate various common PI failures Monitor wired devices, Cisco ISE, wireless controllers, APs, rogue APs, ad hoc events, and CleanAir heatmaps, charts, and reports Prerequisites

Completion of the CUWN course is a strongly recommended prior to attending WMNGI.  It is also recommended that students have basic knowledge of the following:

basic networking priciniples basic knowledge about RF general network management Cisco Lifecycle Services

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Description
About this Course

Cisco Prime Infrastructure is a unified solution that allows students to manage the network, devices, applications, and users from one place thus simplifying the management of both wired and wireless networks.  This five day course is designed to establish a strong foundation in managing the full range of Cisco wired and wireless infrastructure using Prime InfrastructureDuring this course students will explore the Application Visibility and Control capabilities of Prime Infrastructure through monitoring and troubleshooting problems on the network.  This course puts the student in the context of a realistic customer scenario and covers every aspect of Cisco Prime Infrastructure Lifecycle management approach.  Students will create sites and maps, deploy configurations, perform device discover, as well as set alarms and troubleshoot network and application issues.

Audience Profile

This course is designed for IT engineers, administrators or managers that need to know the fundamentals about planning, installing, configuring, troubleshooting, and maintaining Cisco infrastructures using Cisco Prime Infrastructure. This includes systems engineers, field engineers, technical support professionals, network managers, security team members, and administrators.

At Course Completion

Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:

Describe the architecture, licensing, migration capabilities, assurance, compliance features, and setup of Cisco Prime Infrastructure v3.1 Identify the pre-deployment and design tasks in the design lifecycle phase Describe how to deploy device configurations with Cisco Prime Infrastructure Examine the different available templates and their capabilities and how to create configurations and deploy them using these templates Describe roles of operations workforce and applicable features of Cisco Prime Perform device discover and configuration tasks Explore the monitoring and management capabilities of Cisco Prime Infrastructure Create monitoring templates and perform health and performance monitoring Use Prime Infrastructure to troubleshoot and perform problem isolation and create and customize a wide range of reports using Prime Infrastructure 3.1 Prerequisites

In order to fully benefit from this course, it is strongly recommended that students have the following prior to enrollment:

Experience in wired and wireless network management Experience with wired and wireless network management terminology CCNA-Wireless and CCNA-Route/Switch level knowledge Previous training in and/or experience with CiscoWorks, Network Control System (NCS), or Wireless Control System (WCS)

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Description

This course will show students how to use and configure Cisco Firepower Threat Defense technology, beginning with initial device setup and configuration and including routing, high availability, Cisco ASA to Firepower Threat Defense migration, traffic control, and Network Address Translation (NAT).The course will then explore how to implement advanced Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) and Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System (NGIPS) features, including network intelligence, file type detection, network-based malware detection, and deep packet inspection.

Students will also learn how to configure site-to-site VPN, remote-access VPN, and SSL decryption before moving on to detailed analysis, system administration, and troubleshooting. This course combines lecture materials and hands-on labs throughout to make sure that students are able tosuccessfully deploy and manage the Cisco Firepower system.

The primary audience for this course is system installers, system integrators, system administrators, network administrators, and solutions designers who need to know how to deploy and manage a Cisco Firepower Threat Defense NGFW in their network environments. This course focuses on the features of Firepower Threat Defense that relate to the network edge use case, where the Firepower system functions primarily as a VPN headend and security gateway.This class would be suitable for customers that are replacing Cisco ASA devices with Firepower Threat Defense.

Upcoming Sessions:
Securing Networks with Cisco Firepower Threat Defense NGFW (Firepower200)
February 18th, 2019
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SIP Trunk Organization (SIPTO)

SIP Trunk Organization (SIPTO)

Your Price: $3995

Description
About this Course

SIP Trunk Optimization (SIPTO) is a 5-day instructor led course that is intended for experienced administrators who need to better understand the functions and features of SIP, as used within Cisco Unified Communications Manager.  The course will begin with an in depth examination of how SIP is used to establish, manage, and terminate sessions over an IP network. Next, it examines the various types of SIP trunks available within Unified Communications Manager. SIP Trunk Optimization will also cover the configuration that connects users to all devices (phone, mobile, tablet, video) via one step click to call addressing. The course applies troubleshooting techniques within the daily hands-on labs, preparing each student to incorporate these tools inside their own organization.This course explains exactly what SIP is, what options are available, and how it is used to facilitate communication between various endpoints, such as, Cisco Session Border Element (CUBE) Cisco SIP Proxy server and the PSTN. Students will learn how to use troubleshooting tools to identify and solve a variety of problems that arise during deployment as well as during day to day operations. The course will also use URI ’click to call’ device independent user addressing the SIP Intercluster Lookup Service (ILS) and Global Dial Plan Replication (GDPR) features to dynamically distribute the dial plan throughout the enterprise. 

Audience Profile

This course is intended for students who have general knowledge about:

Cisco Unified Communications Manager Anyone who has their CCNA Voice and/or is working towards their CCNP Voice Certification Anyone that needs to better understand SIP trunks At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will be able to...

Define the technology components of SIP trunks Create and configure SIP into the Cisco Unified Communications Managers’ Architecture Identify SIP Trunk requirements for PSTN Access service Configure SIP trunks to communicate with Cisco gateways Diagnose and resolve SIP to gateway connectivity and deployment issues Implement Cisco Unified Border Element for SIP-based IP PSTN connectivity Diagnose and resolve CUBE to SIP connectivity and deployment issues Implement Cisco Unified SIP Proxy (CUSP) for Intercluster communication Diagnose and resolve CUSP connectivity and deployment issues Create URI click to call dynamic dial plans Understand how to configure the Intercluster Lookup Service (ILS) and Global Dial Plan Replication (GDPR) features to distribute dynamic dial plan information in an enterprise network. Master troubleshooting techniques: IOS debugs, Real Time Monitoring Tool, Traces, and TranslatorX Prerequisites

To fully benefit from this course, students should have the following prerequisite skills and knowledge: 

CCNA Voice or equivalent knowledge, or Knowledge gained from attending prerequisite courses: ICOMM, ACUCM, and SLI’s VFCC

 

 

Upcoming Sessions:
SIP Trunk Organization (SIPTO)
January 7th, 2019
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Description

This lab-intensive course introduces you to the basic next-generation intrusion prevention system (NGIPS) and firewall security concepts. The course then leads you through the Cisco Firepower system. Among other powerful features, you will become familiar with:-In-depth event analysis-NGIPS tuning and configuration-Snort© rules language You’ll also become familiar with the latest platform features: file and malware inspection, security intelligence, domain awareness, and more.The course begins by introducing the system architecture, the latest major features, and the role of policies in implementing the solution. You learn how to manage deployed devices and perform basic Cisco Firepower discovery. You’ll be able to describe how to use and configure Cisco NGIPS technology, including application control, security intelligence, firewall, and network-based malware and file controls. You’ll learn how to take advantage of powerful tools so you can carry out more efficient event analysis, including the detection of file type and network-based malware. And you’ll learn how to properly tune systems for better performance and greater network intelligence. The course finishes with system and user administration tasks.This course combines lecture materials and hands-on labs that will give you practice in deploying and managing the Cisco Firepower system.

This course is designed for technical professionals who need to know how to deploy and manage a Cisco Firepower NGIPS in their network environments. Targeted roles include: 

Security administratorsSecurity consultantsNetwork administratorsSystem engineersTechnical support personnelChannel partners and resellers

Upcoming Sessions:
SSFIPS 3.0 - Securing Networks with Cisco Firepower Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System
January 7th, 2019
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SSFIPS 3.0 - Securing Networks with Cisco Firepower Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System
February 25th, 2019
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SSFIPS 3.0 - Securing Networks with Cisco Firepower Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System
March 11th, 2019
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Description
About this Course

Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT) is a five-day instructor-led training course developed to help students prepare for the Cisco CCNP certification. The TSHOOT course is a component of the CCNP Routing and Switching curriculum.  

This course is designed to train network engineers on monitoring and troubleshooting routed and switched networks through extensive use of hands-on lab exercises.  The goal is to help network professionals gain the skills and knowledge needed to diagnose and resolve network problems quickly and effectively.  Some older topics have been removed or simplified from TSHOOT v1.0, while several new IPv6 routing topics have been added. The course content has been adapted to Cisco IOS Software Release 15 and technically updated.  Audience Profile

This course is intended for network professionals who want to increase their skill level at maintaining and troubleshooting complex Cisco IP networks.  

At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will be able to...

Describe the troubleshooting tools and methodologies that are used to identify and resolve issues in complex enterprise networks Describe how to isolate and fix the network issues that your company, SECHNIK Networking Ltd., is facing Describe how to isolate and fix the network issues that your customer, TINC Garbage Disposal Ltd., is facing Isolate and fix the network issues that your customer, PILE Forensic Accounting Ltd., is facing Isolate and fix the network issues that your customer, Bank of POLONA Ltd., is facing Isolate and fix the network issues that your customer, RADULKO Transport Ltd., is facing Prerequisites

Prior to attending this course, students should have the knowledge of and experience with the implementation and verification of enterprise routing and switching technologies as offered by the Implementing Cisco Switched Networks (SWITCH) v2.0 and Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE) v2.0 courses or equivalent skills and knowledge. This includes knowledge and experience of the following technologies:

Layer 2 switching Link aggregation protocols STP Inter-VLAN routing solutions FHRPs, including HSRP, VRRP, and GLBP Branch office operations EIGRP OSPF Layer 3 path control Redistribution BGP IPv6 Networking

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Description
About this Course

Troubleshooting Cisco IP Telephony & Video (CTCOLLAB) is a five-day course that prepares the learner for troubleshooting Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Cisco VCS-C, and Cisco Expressway series in a multisite voice and video network. The course teaches troubleshooting methodology, triage, resources, tools, and fixes at the integrated system or solution level for Cisco Collaboration Solutions. It covers troubleshooting of Cisco Unified Communications Manager, VCS Control and VCS Expressway, issues with Call Setup, issues with ILS, Cisco Unified Communications Manager Mobility Features, Cisco TelePresence Management Suite, and issues with Voice Quality and Media Resources.

Audience Profile

The primary target audiences for the course are:

Network administrators and network engineers CCNP Collaboration candidates

Secondary audiences are:

Systems engineers At Course Completion

Upon completing this course, you will be able to meet these objectives:

Describe a systematic methodology to troubleshoot issues in Cisco collaboration deployments Troubleshoot issues that relate to Cisco Unified Communications Manager Troubleshoot issues that relate to Cisco VCS Troubleshoot call setup issues Troubleshoot ILS and GDPR issues Troubleshoot Cisco Unified Communications Manager mobility features Troubleshoot issues that relate to Cisco TelePresence Management Suite Troubleshoot media resource and voice quality issues Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:

Working knowledge of converged voice, video, and data networks Working knowledge of the MGCP, SIP, and H.323 protocols and their implementation on 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 and multisite environments

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About this Course

The Understanding Cisco Cybersecurity Fundamentals (SECFND) course will provide you with an understanding of network infrastructure devices, operations and vulnerabilities of the TCP/IP protocol suite, basic information security concepts, common network application operations and attacks, the Windows and Linux operating systems, and the types of data that are used to investigate security incidents.After completing this course, you will have basic knowledge that is required to perform the job role of an entry-level cybersecurity analyst in a threat-centric security operations center.

Audience Profile Security Operations Center - Security Analyst Computer/Network Defense Analysts Computer Network Defense Infrastructure Support Personnel Future Incident Responders and Security Operations Center (SOC) personnel. Students beginning a career, entering the cybersecurity field. Cisco Channel Partners At Course Completion

After completion of this course, students will be able to...

Describe, compare and identify various network concepts Fundamentals of TCP/IP Describe and compare fundamental security concepts Describe network applications and the security challenges Understand basic cryptography principles. Understand endpoint attacks, including interpreting log data to identify events in Windows and Linux Develop knowledge in security monitoring, including identifying sources and types of data and events Know various attack methods, security weaknesses, evasion methods, and remote versus local exploits Prerequisites

It is highly recommended to have the following skills and knowledge before attending this course:

Cisco certification (Cisco CCENT certification or higher) Relevant industry certification [(ISC)2, CompTIA Security+, EC-Council, GIAC, ISACA] Cisco Networking Academy letter of completion (CCNA 1 and CCNA 2) Windows expertise: Microsoft (Microsoft Specialist, MCSA, MCSE), CompTIA (A+, Network+, Server+) Linux expertise: CompTIA (Linux+), Linux Professional Institute (LPI) certification, Linux Foundation (LFCS, LFCE), Red Hat (RHCSA, RHCE, RHCA), Oracle Linux (OCA, OCP)

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