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Implementing Cisco Quality of Service (QOS v2.5)

After finishing this course, the student will have the capacity to meet these general destinations:

  • You will have the capacity to distinguish, depict, and accurately actualize the suitable QoS systems required to make a viable managerial approach giving QoS

Who Should Attend

The essential gathering of people for this course is as per the following:

  • Pre-and post-deals specialized architects in charge of outlining, actualizing, or investigating systems

  • System draftsmen in charge of planning multiservice systems to convey voice, video, and information movement in big business or specialist co-op conditions

  • Progressed Unified Communications Specialization

  • Ace UC Specialization

  • Ace Telepresence ATP

  • The optional crowd for this course is as per the following:

  • CCIE R&S Candidates

Module 1: Introduction to QoS

  • Lesson 1: Review Converged Networks

  • Focalized Networks

  • Quality Issues in Converged Networks

  • Accessible Bandwidth

  • Segments of Network Delay

  • Ascertaining End-to-End Delay

  • Jitter

  • Parcel Loss

  • Rundown

  • Lesson 2: Understand QoS

  • QoS Defined

  • QoS Policy Defined

  • Execute a QoS Policy

  • Distinguish Network Traffic

  • Voice Traffic Profile

  • Videoconferencing Traffic Profile

  • Cisco TelePresence Traffic Profile

  • Information Traffic Profile

  • Gap Network Traffic into Classes

  • Characterize Policies for Traffic Classes

  • QoS Mechanisms

  • QoS Implementation Methods

  • QoS Monitoring Methods

  • Cisco Medianet QoS Design

  • Outline

  • Contextual investigation 1-1: QoS Mechanisms

  • Assignment 1: Apply QoS Mechanisms

  • Lesson 3: Describe Best-Effort and Integrated Services Models

  • QoS Models

  • Best-Effort QoS Model

  • IntServ Model

  • Asset Reservation Protocol

  • RSVP Components

  • RSVP Interface Bandwidth Queuing

  • Outline

  • Lesson 4: Describe the Differentiated Services Model

  • DiffServ Model

  • DiffServ Terminology

  • DSCP Encoding

  • Per-Hop Behaviors

  • Sped up Forwarding

  • Guaranteed Forwarding

  • AF Drop Probability

  • Class Selector

  • Mix of IntServ and DiffServ

  • Outline

  • Lesson 5: Module Summary

  • References

  • Lesson 6: Module Self-Check

Module 2: Implement and Monitor QoS

  • Lesson 1: MQC Introduction

  • Secluded QoS CLI

  • MQC Components

  • Case: MQC Policy Configuration

  • Class Maps Overview

  • Match Operation in Class Maps

  • Approach Maps Overview

  • Administration Policy Overview

  • Various leveled Policy

  • Outline

  • Lesson 2: Monitor QoS

  • SNMP Management of QoS

  • Portray Class-Based QoS MIB

  • Cisco NBAR

  • Cisco NBAR Protocol Discovery

  • Cisco NBAR Protocol Discovery MIB

  • NetFlow

  • Cisco Flexible NetFlow

  • Cisco Flexible NetFlow Integration with NBAR

  • Class-Based Flexible NetFlow

  • Cisco Performance Monitor

  • Cisco Mediatrace

  • Cisco IP SLA

  • IP SLA: UDP Jitter

  • Outline

  • Lab 2-1: IP SLA Setup and QoS Baseline Measurement

  • Assignment 1: Verify Network Connectivity

  • Assignment 2: Create a Baseline Measurement of Network Traffic

  • Assignment 3: Measure the Network Performance Under Traffic Load

  • Assignment 4: QoS Measurement Lab Results

  • Lesson 3: Define Campus AutoQoS

  • AutoQoS

  • AutoQoS Macros

  • Put stock in Boundaries

  • Grounds AutoQoS Trust

  • Grounds AutoQoS Conditional Trust

  • Grounds AutoQoS Video

  • Grounds AutoQoS VoIP

  • Grounds AutoQoS Classify

  • Checking AutoQoS in the Campus

  • Outline

  • Lesson 4: Define WAN AutoQoS

  • Cisco AutoQoS for Routers

  • WAN AutoQoS VoIP

  • AutoQoS for the Enterprise Overview

  • Arranging AutoQoS for the Enterprise

  • Checking AutoQoS in the WAN

  • Outline

  • Lab 2-2: Configuring QoS with Cisco AutoQoS

  • Assignment 1: Configure Cisco AutoQoS Classify on the Catalyst 2960-S Switch

  • Assignment 2: Configure Cisco AutoQoS for the Enterprise on Cisco IOS Routers

  • Assignment 3: Measure Network Performance with Cisco AutoQoS for the Enterprise

  • Assignment 4: QoS Measurement Results

  • Lesson 5: Module Summary

  • References

  • Lesson 6: Module Self-Check

Module 3: Classification and Marking

  • Lesson 1: Classification and Marking Overview

  • Arrangement

  • Stamping

  • Arrangement and Marking at the Data Link Layer

  • Arrangement and Marking at the Network Layer

  • Mapping QoS Marking Between OSI Layers

  • QoS Service Class Defined

  • Administration Class Templates

  • RFC 4594 Marking Recommendations

  • Outline

  • Contextual investigation 3-1: Classification and Marking

  • Assignment 1: Classification and Marking

  • Assignment 2: Identify Network Locations Where Classification and Marking Should Be Applied

  • Lesson 2: MQC for Classification and Marking

  • MQC Classification Options

  • Arranging Class Maps

  • Checking Classification

  • MQC Marking Options

  • Designing Class-Based Marking

  • Observing Class-Based Marking

  • Designing IPV6 Classification and Marking

  • Synopsis

  • Lab 3-2: Classification and Marking Using MQC

  • Errand 1: Configure an IP Extended Access List

  • Errand 2: Configure MQC Classification

  • Errand 3: Configure Class-Based Marking

  • Lesson 3: NBAR for Classification

  • Cisco NBAR

  • NBAR Application Support

  • Designing NBAR With MQC

  • Grouping HTTP Traffic

  • NBAR2 Application Grouping

  • NBAR Port Map

  • NBAR Custom Protocols

  • Designing Custom Protocols

  • NBAR Worm Policing

  • NBAR versus Future Worms

  • Synopsis

  • Lab 3-3: Using NBAR for Classification

  • Errand 1: Upgrade the NBAR Protocol Pack

  • Errand 2: Discover Applications and Traffic by Using NBAR

  • Errand 3: Configure Classification with NBAR

  • Lesson 4: Use of QoS Preclassify

  • Issues with QoS on VPNs

  • ToS Byte Preservation

  • QoS Preclassify Operation

  • Designing QoS Preclassify

  • Observing QoS Preclassify

  • Synopsis

  • Lab 3-4: Configuring QoS Preclassify

  • Errand 1: Configure a GRE Tunnel

  • Errand 2: Configure QoS Preclassify

  • Lesson 5: Campus Classification and Marking

  • Grounds Classification and Marking

  • Review of QoS Trust Boundaries

  • Grounds Ingress QoS Models

  • QoS Map Tables: Marking

  • Inside DSCP

  • Applying Campus Switch Classification and Marking

  • Observing Campus Classification and Marking

  • Synopsis

  • Lab 3-5: Campus Classification and Marking Using MQC

  • Errand 1: Configure a Trust Boundary

  • Errand 2: Configure CoS-to-DSCP Mapping

  • Errand 3: Configure Class-Based Marking

  • Errand 4: Verify QoS Markings

  • Errand 5: Adjust Router Classification and Marking Policy

  • Lesson 6: Module Summary

  • References

  • Lesson 7: Module Self-Check

Module 4: Congestion Management

  • Lesson 1: Queuing Introduction

  • Blockage and Queuing

  • Lining Components

  • Equipment Queue Size

  • Blockage on Logical Interfaces

  • Lining Algorithms

  • FIFO Queuing

  • Need Queuing

  • Round-Robin Queuing

  • WRR Queuing

  • DRR Queuing

  • Synopsis

  • Lesson 2: Configure WFQ

  • Weighted Fair Queuing

  • WFQ Classification

  • WFQ Scheduling

  • WFQ Drop Operation

  • Advantages and Drawbacks of WFQ

  • Designing WFQ

  • Observing WFQ

  • Rundown

  • Lab 4-1: Configuring Fair Queuing

  • Undertaking 1: Configure Fair Queuing

  • Undertaking 2: Measure Network Performance with Fair Queuing

  • Undertaking 3: Adjust the Fair Queuing Configuration

  • Undertaking 4: Measure Network Performance with Fair Queuing Configured with 256 Dynamic Queues

  • Undertaking 5: QoS Measurement Lab Results

  • Lesson 3: Configure CBWFQ and LLQ

  • Class-Based Weighted Fair Queuing

  • CBWFQ Architecture

  • Advantages and Drawbacks of CBWFQ

  • Designing CBWFQ

  • Low Latency Queuing

  • LLQ Architecture

  • Designing LLQ

  • Observing LLQ-CBWFQ

  • Rundown

  • Lab 4-2: Configuring LLQ-CBWFQ

  • Undertaking 1: Configure a CBWFQ Policy with LLQ

  • Undertaking 2: Apply and Monitor CBWFQ with LLQ Operation

  • Undertaking 3: Measure Network Performance with CBWFQ

  • Undertaking 4: QoS Measurement Lab Results

  • Lesson 4: Configure Campus Congestion Management

  • Grounds Queuing

  • Impetus Switch Hardware Queue Nomenclature

  • Line Mapping

  • WRR on Campus Switches

  • WRR Bandwidth and Buffer Settings

  • SRR on Campus Switches

  • SRR Common and Reserved Buffers

  • Designing Ingress Queuing on Cisco Catalyst 3750 Series Switches

  • Designing Egress Queuing on Cisco Catalyst 3750 Series Switches

  • Observing Congestion Management On Cisco Catalyst 3750 Series Switches

  • Rundown

  • Lab 4-3: Configuring Campus-Based Queuing Mechanisms

  • Undertaking 1: Review Egress Queuing Defaults

  • Undertaking 2: Configure Global Egress Queuing Parameters

  • Undertaking 3: Configure and Monitor Egress Queuing

  • Lesson 5: Module Summary

  • References

  • Lesson 6: Module Self-Check

Module 5: Congestion Avoidance

  • Lesson 1: Congestion Avoidance Introduction

  • TCP Behavior

  • Blockage and TCP

  • Illustration: TCP Congestion Control Algorithms

  • Overseeing Congestion with Tail Drop

  • Effect of Tail Drop

  • Irregular Early Detection

  • RED Profiles and Modes

  • TCP Behavior Before and After RED

  • Rundown

  • Lesson 2: Configure Class-Based WRED

  • Weighted Random Early Detection

  • Class-Based WRED

  • WRED Building Blocks

  • WRED Profiles

  • IP Precedence-Based WRED

  • DSCP-Based WRED

  • Arrange CBWRED

  • Changing WRED Sensitivity to Bursts

  • Case: DSCP-Based WRED

  • Checking CBWRED

  • Outline

  • Contextual investigation 5-1: WRED Traffic Profiles

  • Assignment 1: Create WRED Traffic Profiles

  • Lesson 3: Configure ECN

  • Express Congestion Notification

  • ECN Field

  • ECN and WRED

  • ECN Operation

  • Arranging ECN

  • Checking ECN

  • Outline

  • Lab 5-2: Configuring DSCP-Based WRED

  • Assignment 1: Configure DSCP-Based WRED

  • Assignment 2: Monitor DSCP-Based WRED

  • Assignment 3: Configure DSCP-Based CBWRED with ECN

  • Assignment 4: Monitor DSCP-Based WRED with ECN

  • Lesson 4: Describe Campus-Based Congestion Avoidance

  • Clog Avoidance in the Campus

  • Weighted Tail Drop

  • Arranging WTD Thresholds on the Cisco Catalyst 3750 Series Switch

  • WRED on Campus Switches

  • Dynamic Buffer Limiting

  • Outline

  • Lab 5-3: Configuring WTD Thresholds

  • Assignment 1: Configure and Monitor Weighted Tail Drop

  • Lesson 5: Module Summary

  • References

  • Lesson 6: Module Self-Check

Module 6: Traffic Policing and Shaping

  • Lesson 1: Traffic Policing and Shaping Overview

  • Activity Policing and Traffic Shaping

  • Policing and Shaping Use Cases

  • Policing versus Molding

  • Single Token Bucket Model

  • Single Token Bucket Class-Based Policing

  • Double Token Bucket Class-Based Policing

  • Double Rate Token Bucket Class-Based Policing

  • Class-Based Traffic Shaping

  • Outline

  • Lesson 2: Configure Class-Based Policing

  • Class-Based Policing

  • Arranging Class-Based Policing

  • Case: Single-Rate Single Token Policer

  • Case: Single-Rate Dual Token Policer

  • Case: Dual-Rate Policer

  • Checking Class-Based Policing

  • Outline

  • Lesson 3: Campus Policing

  • Grounds Policing Overview

  • QoS Map Tables: Policing

  • Applying Campus Switch Policing

  • Grounds Aggregate Policing

  • Grounds Microflow Policing

  • Outline

  • Lab 6-1: Configuring Class-Based Policing

  • Assignment 1: Configure Single Token Bucket Class-Based Policing

  • Assignment 2: Monitor Single Token Bucket Class-Based Policing

  • Assignment 3: Configure Dual Token Bucket Class-Based Policing

  • Assignment 4: Monitor Dual Token Bucket Class-Based Policing

  • Lesson 4: Configure Class-Based Shaping

  • Class-Based Shaping

  • Molding Methods

  • Arranging Class-Based Shaping

  • Case: Shaping Configuration

  • Case: Hierarchical Shaping

  • Checking Class-Based Shaping

  • Synopsis

  • Lab 6-2: Configuring Class-Based Shaping

  • Errand 1: Migrate Traffic to the MPLS Service

  • Errand 2: Configure Class-Based Shaping

  • Errand 3: Configure Hierarchi

  • Lesson 6: Configure Frame Relay Voice-Adaptive Traffic Shaping and Fragmentation

  • Edge Relay Voice-Adaptive Traffic Shaping and Fragmentation

  • Advantages of Frame Relay Voice-Adaptive Traffic Shaping and Fragmentation

  • Edge Relay Voice-Adaptive Traffic Shaping and Fragmentation Operation

  • Arranging Frame Relay Voice-Adaptive Traffic Shaping and Fragmentation

  • Checking Frame Relay Voice-Adaptive Traffic Shaping and Fragmentation

  • Outline

  • Lesson 7: Module Summary

  • References

  • Lesson 8: Module Self-Check

Module 7: Link Efficiency Mechanisms

  • Lesson 1: Link Efficiency Mechanisms Overview

  • Connection Efficiency Mechanisms

  • Layer 2 Payload Compression

  • Header Compression

  • Huge Packet "Stop Out"

  • Serialization Delay

  • Connection Fragmentation and Interleaving

  • Part Size Recommendations for Voice

  • Rundown

  • Lesson 2: Configure Class-Based Header Compression

  • Header Compression

  • Class-Based TCP Header Compression

  • Illustration: Class-Based TCP Header Compression Configuration

  • Class-Based RTP Header Compression

  • Illustration: Class-Based RTP Header Compression

  • Designing Class-Based Header Compression

  • Observing Class-Based Header Compression

  • Rundown

  • Lab 7-1: Configuring Class-Based Header Compression

  • Undertaking 1: Configure Class-Based Header Compression

  • Undertaking 2: Monitor Class-Based Header Compression

  • Lesson 3: Configure LFI

  • LFI Options

  • Designing MLP with Interleaving

  • Observing MLP Interleaving

  • FRF.12 Frame Relay Fragmentation

  • Designing FRF.12 Frame Relay

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

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

  • Cisco Certified Networking Associate


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