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Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN v3.0)

Course Objectives

Subsequent to finishing this course the understudy ought to have the capacity to:

  • Depict and apply organize plan strategies
  • Portray and apply organize outline ideas of measured quality and chain of command
  • Plan a versatile and adaptable Campus arrange
  • Outline a strong and adaptable availability between parts of your Enterprise organize
  • Plan availability to the Internet and inward directing for your system
  • Incorporate joint effort and remote framework into your center system
  • Make adaptable IPv4 and IPv6 tending to
  • Portray what are programming characterized arranges and depict illustration arrangements

Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN v3.0)

Course Outline

Module 1: Design Methodologies

Lesson 1: Design Life Cycle

  • Business-Driven Network
  • Plan, Build, Manage
  • Plan Phase
  • Manufacture Phase
  • Oversee Phase
  • Task Deliverables
  • Synopsis

Lesson 2: Characterizing Existing Network

  • Why Is Good Characterization Necessary?
  • Ventures of Gathering Information
  • Inspecting the Existing Network
  • Utilizing Tools to Characterize Existing Network
  • Contextual investigation: Using SNMP to Gather Information
  • Contextual investigation: Using NetFlow to Gather Information
  • Contextual investigation: Using CDP or LLDP to Gather Information
  • Archive the Existing Network
  • Synopsis

Lesson 3: Top-Down Approach

  • Top-Down versus Base Up
  • Advantages and Drawbacks of Top-Down Approach
  • Contextual investigation: Top-Down Approach Design
  • Pilots and Prototypes
  • Outline

Lesson 4: Module Summary

Lesson 5: Module Self-Check

Module 2: Network Design Objectives

Lesson 1: Building a Modular Network

  • System Convergence
  • For what reason Would You Modularize?
  • How to Modularize?
  • Where Should You Hide Information?
  • Measure of Information Hiding
  • Seclusion and Fault Domains
  • How Scalability Can Be Achieved Through Modular Design
  • How Resiliency Is Achieved Through Modular Design
  • Contextual investigation: Modular Network Design
  • Run of the mill Enterprise Network Modules
  • Outline

Lesson 2: Applying Modularity: Hierarchy in a Network

  • Center point and-Spoke Design
  • Three-Layer Hierarchy
  • Access Layer
  • Appropriation Layer
  • Center Layer
  • Two-Layer Hierarchy
  • Multilayer Hierarchy
  • Outline

Lesson 3: Applying Modularity: Virtualization Overview

  • What Is Virtualization?
  • Explanations behind Virtualization
  • Sorts of Virtualization
  • Results of Virtualization
  • Outline

Lesson 4: Module Summary

  • References

Lesson 5: Module Self-Check

Module 3: Campus Network Design

Lesson 1: Layer 2/Layer 3 Demarcation

  • End-to-End versus Nearby VLANs
  • Conventional Layer 2 Access Layer
  • Refreshed Layer 2 Access Layer
  • Layer 3 Access Layer
  • Directed or Switched Access Layer?
  • Half and half Access Layer
  • Contextual investigation: Common Access-Distribution Interconnection Designs
  • Little and Medium Campus Design Options
  • Outline

Lesson 2: Layer 2 Design Considerations

  • VLAN and Trunk Considerations
  • VTP Considerations
  • STP Considerations
  • STP Root Bridge Placement
  • Arrangement of STP with FHRP
  • Predictable STP Metrics
  • Cisco STP Toolkit
  • STP Stability Mechanism Recommendations
  • Issue with Unidirectional Links
  • Contrasting Loop Guard and UDLD
  • UDLD Recommended Practices
  • Requirement for MST
  • MST Recommended Practices
  • Rundown

Lesson 3: High Availability Considerations

  • Overseeing Bandwidth and Oversubscription
  • Port Aggregation Considerations
  • VSS Considerations
  • Stacking Considerations
  • To start with Hop Redundancy
  • HSRP/VRRP Subsecond Failover
  • HSRP/VRRP Preempt Delay
  • HSRP/VRRP Load Sharing
  • HSRP/VRRP Tracking
  • Case for GLBP
  • Argument Against GLBP
  • Rundown

Lesson 4: Layer 3 Design Considerations

  • Building Triangles
  • Repetitive Links
  • Steering Convergence
  • Farthest point Peering Across the Access Layer
  • Abridge at Distribution Layer
  • Rundown

Lesson 5: Traffic and Interconnections

  • System Requirements of Applications
  • Customer Server Traffic Considerations
  • Intrabuilding Structure Considerations
  • Interbuilding Structure Considerations
  • Transmission Media Considerations
  • Contextual analysis: Transmission Media
  • Rundown

Lesson 6: Module Summary

  • References

Lesson 7: Module Self-Check

Module 4: Enterprise Network Design

Lesson 1: Designing a Secure Network

  • Enter Threats in Campus
  • Security Goals
  • Securing the Perimeter
  • Prologue to Firewalls
  • Kinds of Firewalls
  • Firewall Recommended Practices
  • IPS/IDS Fundamentals
  • IPS/IDS Recommended Practices
  • System Access Control
  • Security Implications of Client Access Methods
  • Synopsis

Lesson 2: Edge Connectivity Design

  • Edge Overview
  • DMZ Overview
  • DMZ Segmentation
  • DMZ Service Placing
  • Web Connectivity
  • Web Edge with High Availability
  • VPN Design
  • Site-to-Site VPN Use Cases
  • Review of Remote Access Flavors
  • Security Services Design
  • Edge Device Selection
  • NAT Placement
  • Synopsis

Lesson 3: WAN Design

  • WAN Topologies
  • By what method Should I Connect Remote Sites?
  • WAN Considerations
  • Supplier Managed VPNs: Layer 2 versus Layer 3
  • MPLS Overview
  • Layer 3 VPN: MPLS/VPN
  • Layer 3 VPN: MPLS/VPN Considerations
  • Layer 2 VPN: VPWS
  • Layer 2 VPN: VPWS Considerations
  • Layer 2 VPN: VPLS
  • Layer 2 VPN: VPLS Considerations
  • Supplier Managed VPNs: Making Choices
  • Presenting Enterprise-Managed VPNs
  • Conveying Enterprise-Managed VPN over Provider-Managed VPN
  • IPsec Overview
  • Venture Managed VPN: IPsec Tunnel Mode
  • Venture Managed VPNs: GRE over IPsec
  • Venture Managed VPNs: DMVPN
  • Venture Managed VPNs: IPsec VTI
  • Venture Managed VPNs: GETVPN
  • Venture Managed VPNs: Making Choices
  • Synopsis

Lesson 4: Branch Design

  • Branch Putting Pressure on the WAN
  • Regular Branch Connectivity Options
  • Branch Redundancy Options
  • Single-Carrier WANs versus Double Carrier WANs
  • Single-Carrier MPLS/VPN Site Types
  • Double Carrier MPLS/VPN WAN
  • Half and half WAN: Layer 3 Provider VPN and IPSec VPN
  • Half and half WAN: Layer 2 Provider VPN and IPSec VPN
  • Branch Internet Access?Centralized or Local?
  • Remote-Site LAN: Flat Layer 2
  • Remote-Site LAN: Collapsed Core
  • Synopsis

Lesson 5: Connecting to the Data Center

  • Server farm Architecture
  • Server farm Ethernet Infrastructure
  • Server farm Storage Integration
  • Server farm Reference Architecture
  • Server Virtualization and Virtual Switch
  • Versatile Data Center Core Options
  • Server farm Security
  • Need to Connect Data Centers
  • Server farm Interconnect Options
  • Expanding Layer 2 Between Data Centers
  • Supporting Server Scalability
  • Application-Level Load Balancing
  • System Level Load Balancing
  • Outline

Lesson 6: Module Summary

  • References

Lesson 7: Module Self-Check

Module 5: Design of Internal Routing and Connecting to the Internet

Lesson 1: Routing Protocol Considerations

  • Inside and Exterior Routing Protocols
  • Course Summarization
  • Beginning Default Routes
  • Course Redistribution
  • Keeping away from Transit Traffic
  • Protective Filtering
  • Utilize Cases for Passive Interfaces
  • Directing Protocol Fast Convergence
  • Conjunction of IPv4 and IPv6 IGP Routing
  • Directing Protocol Authentication
  • Outline

Lesson 2: Expanding EIGRP Design

  • Contextual investigation: Single-Homed Site
  • Contextual investigation: Dual-Homed Site
  • Contextual investigation: Geographic Dispersion of HQ
  • Contextual investigation: Stub Feature
  • Contextual investigation: Summarizing Towards the Core
  • Outline

Lesson 3: Expanding OSPF Design

  • Contextual investigation: OSPF Areas
  • Survey of OSPF LSAs
  • Contextual investigation: OSPF Summarization
  • Contextual investigation: OSPF Path Selection
  • Contextual investigation: OSPF Stubby Areas
  • Outline

Lesson 4: Introducing IS-IS

  • Presenting IS-IS
  • IS-IS Areas
  • Between Router Communication
  • CLNS Addressing
  • IS-IS Metric
  • IS-IS Load Balancing
  • IS-IS Authentication
  • Essential IS-IS Configuration
  • IS-IS for IPv6
  • Outline

Lesson 5: Expanding IS-IS Design

  • Region and Scaling
  • IS-IS Hub-and-Spoke Scaling
  • Contextual investigation: IS-IS Hub-and-Spoke
  • Outline

Lesson 6: Using BGP to Connect to the Internet

  • Contextual investigation: Single and Dual-Homing
  • Contextual investigation: Multihoming
  • Ramifications of Running Full BGP Routing Table
  • Running a Partial Internet Table
  • BGP Route Selection Process
  • Impacting Outbound and Inbound Routing
  • Impacting Outbound Routing: Weight Attribute
  • Impacting Outbound Routing: Local Preference
  • Impacting Inbound Routing: Setting MED Outbound
  • Impacting Inbound Routing: Setting Communities Outbound
  • Impacting Inbound and Outbound Routing: Prepending AS Path
  • Contextual investigation: Avoiding Loops When Forwarding to the Internet
  • Course Dampening
  • Concurrence of BGP for IPv4 and IPv6
  • Rundown

Lesson 7: Module Summary

  • References

Lesson 8: Module Self-Check

Module 6: Expanding the Existing Network

Lesson 1: Understanding Quality of Service

  • Movement Characteristics
  • Requirement for QoS
  • QoS Mechanisms Overview
  • Confide in Boundary
  • QoS Mechanisms ? Classification and Marking
  • Characterization Tools
  • QoS Mechanisms ? Policing, Shaping, and Re-Marking
  • Devices for Managing Congestion
  • Devices for Congestion Avoidance
  • QoS Deployment Principles
  • Prescribed Practice QoS Design Principles
  • Outline Strategies
  • Rundown

Lesson 2: Supporting Wireless Access

  • Prologue to Wireless LAN Networks
  • Self-sufficient WLAN Architecture
  • Concentrated WLAN Architecture
  • Strength WLAN Architecture: Wireless Bridge
  • Cloud-Enabled WLAN Architecture
  • LAN Bandwidth Considerations
  • Trunk and VLAN Configuration
  • WLAN and PoE
  • WLAN and End-to-End QoS
  • Supporting Wireless Security
  • Rundown

Lesson 3: Integrating Collaboration

  • Joint effort Overview
  • Joint effort Building Blocks
  • Supporting IP Telephony
  • Voice VLAN
  • Conventions of IP Telephony
  • Joint effort Traffic
  • Movement Patterns
  • Guaranteeing Good User Experience
  • Rundown

Lesson 4: Module Summary

  • References

Lesson 5: Module Self-Check

Module 7: IP Addressing Design

Lesson 1: Concepts of Good IP Addressing

  • IP Addressing Goals
  • Arranging IP Addressing
  • Arranging Addressing for the Future
  • Course Summarization with IPv4
  • Course Summarization with IPv6
  • Open and Private Addressing
  • Staying away from Re-Addressing
  • Synopsis

Lesson 2: Creating an Addressing Plan for IPv4

  • Arranging the IP Addressing Hierarchy
  • Making an Addressing Plan
  • Contextual analysis: IPv4 Address Space
  • Contextual analysis: Resolving Overlapping Address Ranges
  • Assigning More IP Addresses
  • Voice Overlay Subnets
  • Requirement for Loopbacks
  • Synopsis

Lesson 3: IPv6 Addressing

  • Advantages and Challenges of IPv6 Addressing
  • Structure of an IPv6 Address
  • IPv6 for an Enterprise
  • IPv6 Address Allocation: Linked IPv4 Into IPv6
  • IPv6 Address Allocation: Per Location/Type
  • Contextual analysis: Location-Based Subnetting
  • Contextual analysis: Type-Based Subnetting
  • IPv6 Address Allocation: Per VLAN
  • IPv4 and IPv6 Coexistence
  • Synopsis

Lesson 4: Supporting IP Addressing

  • IP Address Management
  • IPv4 Address Assignment Recommended Practices
  • IPv6 Address Assignment Recommended Practices
  • DNS Recommended Practices
  • Contextual analysis: DHCP and DNS Servers in a Network
  • Synopsis

Lesson 5: Module Summary

  • References

Lesson 6: Module Self-Check

Module 8: Introduction to Software Defined Networks

Lesson 1: SDN Overview

  • SDN Definition
  • Requirement for SDN
  • Way to Network Programmability
  • SDN Flavors
  • SDN Framework
  • SDN Controllers
  • Southbound APIs
  • Northbound APIs
  • OpenFlow
  • OpenDaylight
  • Cisco ACI
  • Rundown

Lesson 2: Module Self-Check

Labs Outline

Test 1: Ask the Right Questions

  • Get some information about Customer's Design Requests

Test 2: Design Branch's LAN

  • Make High-Level Design for Branch LAN
  • Decide Needed Configuration Changes
  • Make A Draft BOM

Test 3: Design Branch?s Connections to the HQ

  • Choosing Router for the Branch Office
  • Configuration Single-MPLS/VPN Connection to Branch
  • Outline Dual-MPLS/VPN Connection to Branch
  • Plan Primary MPLS/VPN and Secondary VPN over Internet

Test 4: Design Branch?s Routing

  • Enhance Scalability of Existing OSPF Design
  • Configuration Routing for Local Internet Connectivity for New Branch
  • Best Path Optimization

Test 5: Design Support for Wireless and Collaboration

  • Check That the Infrastructure Supports Collaboration and Wireless Designs
  • Help to Design QoS Policy for WAN Links

Test 6: Design IPv4 Addressing Plan

  • Re-plan Branch 1 IPv4 Address Space
  • Re-outline Branch 2 IPv4 Address Space
  • Configuration Branch 3 IPv4 Address Space

Test 7: Design IPv6 Addressing Plan

  • Plan a General IPv6 Addressing for Customers Network

Prerequisites

The information and abilities that a student must have before going to this course are as per the following:

  • Work LANs with various switches, design VLANs, trunking, crossing tree, DHCP, and port accumulation inside Campus arrange
  • Design and investigate IPv4 and IPv6 directing inside an Enterprise organize (static, EIGRP, multi-region OSPF, and RIPng)
  • Execute undertaking Internet network (static courses and essential BGP)
  • Execute course redistribution utilizing separating components
  • Execute way control utilizing approach based directing and IP SLA
  • Execute First Hop excess in IPv4 and IPv6 situations
  • Design gadgets for SNMP, Syslog, and NetFlow get to
  • Secure grounds organize as indicated by suggested rehearses

Who Should Attend

The intended interest group for the DESGN course comprises of people looking for the Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA) affirmation and those people focusing towards the CCDP (Cisco Certified Design Professional) accreditation. The course is likewise focused at pre-deals and post-deals arrange engineers associated with the Enterprise organize configuration, arranging and usage. (The post-deals arrange engineers engaged with the usage will be associated with giving criticism to the pre-deals organize builds and right conceivable plan defects).

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