Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks (ENSLD)

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Schulungsdauer: 5 Tage

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The Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks (ENSLD) v1.0 course gives you the knowledge and skills you need to design an enterprise network. This course serves as a deep dive into enterprise network design and expands on the topics covered in the Implementing and Operating Cisco® Enterprise Network Core Technologies (ENCOR) v1.0 course.

This course also helps you prepare to take the exam, Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks v1.0 (ENSLD 300-420), which is part of the CCNP® Enterprise and Cisco Certified Specialist - Enterprise Design certifications.

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Zielgruppe

  • Network design engineers
  • Network engineers
  • System administrators

Voraussetzungen

Before taking this course, you should have earned CCNA® certification or be familiar with:

  • Basic network fundamentals and building simple LANs
  • Basic IP addressing and subnets
  • Routing and switching fundamentals
  • Basic wireless networking concepts and terminology

Agenda

  • Designing EIGRP Routing
  • Designing OSPF Routing
  • Designing IS-IS Routing
  • Designing BGP Routing and Redundancy
  • Understanding BGP Address Families
  • Designing the Enterprise Campus LAN
  • Designing the Layer 2 Campus
  • Designing the Layer 3 Campus
  • Discovering the Cisco SD-Access Architecture
  • Exploring Cisco SD-Access Fabric Design
  • Designing Service Provider-Managed VPNs
  • Designing Enterprise-Managed VPNs
  • Designing WAN Resiliency
  • Examining Cisco SD-WAN Architectures
  • Cisco SD-WAN Deployment Design Considerations
  • Designing Cisco SD-WAN Routing and High Availability
  • Understanding QoS
  • Designing LAN and WAN QoS
  • Exploring Multicast with Protocol-Independent Multicast-Sparse Mode
  • Designing Rendezvous Point Distribution Solutions
  • Designing an IPv4 Address Plan
  • Exploring IPv6
  • Deploying IPv6
  • Introducing Network APIs and Protocols
  • Exploring YANG, NETCONF, RESTCONF, and Model-Driven Telemetry

Ziele

The Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks (ENSLD) v1.0 course gives you the knowledge and skills you need to design an enterprise network. This course serves as a deep dive into enterprise network design and expands on the topics covered in the Implementing and Operating Cisco® Enterprise Network Core Technologies (ENCOR) v1.0 course.

This course also helps you prepare to take the exam, Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks v1.0 (ENSLD 300-420), which is part of the CCNP® Enterprise and Cisco Certified Specialist - Enterprise Design certifications.

Kurspreis beinhaltet digitale Unterlage.

Zielgruppe

  • Network design engineers
  • Network engineers
  • System administrators

Voraussetzungen

Before taking this course, you should have earned CCNA® certification or be familiar with:

  • Basic network fundamentals and building simple LANs
  • Basic IP addressing and subnets
  • Routing and switching fundamentals
  • Basic wireless networking concepts and terminology

Agenda

  • Designing EIGRP Routing
  • Designing OSPF Routing
  • Designing IS-IS Routing
  • Designing BGP Routing and Redundancy
  • Understanding BGP Address Families
  • Designing the Enterprise Campus LAN
  • Designing the Layer 2 Campus
  • Designing the Layer 3 Campus
  • Discovering the Cisco SD-Access Architecture
  • Exploring Cisco SD-Access Fabric Design
  • Designing Service Provider-Managed VPNs
  • Designing Enterprise-Managed VPNs
  • Designing WAN Resiliency
  • Examining Cisco SD-WAN Architectures
  • Cisco SD-WAN Deployment Design Considerations
  • Designing Cisco SD-WAN Routing and High Availability
  • Understanding QoS
  • Designing LAN and WAN QoS
  • Exploring Multicast with Protocol-Independent Multicast-Sparse Mode
  • Designing Rendezvous Point Distribution Solutions
  • Designing an IPv4 Address Plan
  • Exploring IPv6
  • Deploying IPv6
  • Introducing Network APIs and Protocols
  • Exploring YANG, NETCONF, RESTCONF, and Model-Driven Telemetry

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