Cisco Certified Design Professional (CCDP)-Designing Cisco Network Service Architectures (ARCH v2.1)

Description

Cisco E-Learning for ARCH v3.0 an all-inclusive e-learning solution designed to prepare CCDP candidates for the exam topics covered by the 300-320 ARCH exam. This course will enable students to perform the conceptual, intermediate, and detailed design of a network infrastructure that supports desired network solutions over intelligent network services to achieve effective performance, scalability, and availability. It enables learners, applying solid Cisco network solution models and recommended design practices, to provide viable, stable enterprise internetworking solutions. The course presents concepts and examples necessary to design converged enterprise networks. In addition, it includes content addressing software defined networks (SDN). Building on the Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN) v3.0 course, the students will learn additional aspects of modular campus design, advanced addressing and routing designs, WAN service designs, enterprise data center, and security designs. This Cisco self-paced course is designed to be as effective as classroom training. Course content is presented in easily-consumable segments via both Instructor Video and text. Interactivity is enabled through Discovery labs, content review questions, and graded Challenge labs and tests. This makes the learning experience hands-on, increasing course effectiveness, and provides students direct feedback on how well they have mastered the material. And gamification features are built in, including earning badges and a leaderboard, to encourage better performance.

Benefit

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Content

Designing Cisco Network Service Architectures (ARCH) v3.0 course enable students to perform the conceptual, intermediate, and detailed design of a network infrastructure that supports desired network solutions over intelligent network services, to achieve effective performance, scalability, and availability. ARCH enables learners, applying solid Cisco network solution models and recommended design practices, to provide viable, stable enterprise internetworking solutions. The course presents concepts and examples necessary to design converged enterprise networks. New in v3.0 is the addition of a content addressing software defined networks (SDN). Building on the Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (DESGN) v3.0 course, in the ARCH course the students will learn additional aspects of modular campus design, advanced addressing and routing designs, WAN service designs, enterprise data center, and security designs. Upon completing this course, you will be able to meet these objectives: • Design internal routing for enterprise network • Design BGP routing for enterprise network • Design enterprise WAN connectivity • Design enterprise data center integration • Design security services in an enterprise network • Design QoS for optimized user experience • Design enterprise transition to IPv6 • Design enterprise multicast network

Course

1.1 Create structured addressing designs to facilitate summarization 1.1.a Hierarchy 1.1.b Efficiency 1.1.c Scalability 1.1.d NAT 1.2 Create stable, secure, and scalable routing designs for IS-IS 1.3 Create stable, secure, and scalable routing designs for EIGRP 1.4 Create stable, secure, and scalable routing designs for OSPF 1.5 Create stable, secure, and scalable routing designs for BGP 1.5.a Transit prevention 1.5.b Basic route filtering 1.5.c Authentication 1.5.d Communities 1.5.e Basic traffic engineering (load distribution, creating path symmetry) 1.5.f Route reflectors 1.6 Determine IPv6 migration strategies 1.6.a Overlay (tunneling) 1.6.b Native (dual-stacking) 1.6.c Boundaries (IPv4/IPv6 translations)

2.1 Design for high availability 2.1.a First Hop Redundancy Protocols 2.1.b Device virtualization 2.2 Design campus Layer 2 infrastructures 2.2.a STP scalability 2.2.b Fast convergence 2.2.c Loop-free technologies 2.3 Design multicampus Layer 3 infrastructures 2.3.a Convergence 2.3.b Load sharing 2.3.c Route summarization 2.3.d Route filtering 2.3.e VRFs 2.3.f Optimal topologies 2.4 Design a network to support network programmability 2.4.a Describe Application Centric Infrastructures (ACI) 2.4.b Select appropriate controller to meet requirements 2.4.c Identify and address key security issues with network programmability

3.1 Compare and contrast WAN connectivity options 3.1.a Dynamic Multipoint VPN (DMVPN) 3.1.b Layer 2 VPN 3.1.c MPLS Layer 3 VPN 3.1.d IPsec 3.1.e Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) 3.1.f Private lines 3.2 Design site-to-site VPNs 3.2.a DMVPN 3.2.b Layer 2 VPN 3.2.c MPLS Layer 3 VPN 3.2.d IPSec 3.2.e Group Encrypted Transport VPN (GETVPN) 3.3 Design for a resilient WAN strategy 3.3.a Single-homed 3.3.b Multi-homed 3.3.c Backup connectivity 3.3.d Failover 3.4 Design Extranet connectivity 3.4.a VPN 3.4.b Private lines 3.4.c Multitenant segmentation 3.5 Design Internet edge connectivity 3.5.a DMZ 3.5.b NAT 3.5.c Proxy functionality 3.5.d Resiliency 3.5.e Basic traffic engineering techniques (outbound/inbound load distribution, active/failover, symmetric outbound traffic flows)

4.1 Describe a modular and scalable data center network 4.1.a Top-of-rack 4.1.b End-of-row 4.1.c Multitenant environments 4.1.d Multitier topologies 4.2 Describe network virtualization technologies for the data center 4.2.a VPC 4.2.b VSS 4.2.c VDCs 4.2.d VRFs 4.2.e Multichassis EtherChannel 4.2.f VXLAN 4.2.g TRILL / Fabric Path 4.3 Describe high availability in a data center network 4.3.a VPC 4.3.b VSS 4.3.c Multichassis EtherChannel 4.4 Design data center interconnectivity 4.4.a OTV 4.4.b Private Line 4.4.c L2 vs. L3 4.4.d VPLS 4.4.e A-VPLS 4.5 Design data center and network integration 4.5.a Traffic flow 4.5.b Bandwidth 4.5.c Security 4.5.d Resiliency

5.1 Design firewall and IPS solutions 5.1.a Modes of operation 5.1.b Clustering 5.1.c High availability techniques 5.1.d IPS functionality and placement 5.1.e Multiple contexts 5.2 Design network access control solutions 5.2.a 802.1x 5.2.b TrustSec 5.2.c EAP 5.2.d Authentication services 5.2.e RBAC 5.2.f Basic denial of service mitigation techniques 5.3 Design infrastructure protection 5.3.a Infra structure ACLs 5.3.b CoPP 5.3.c Layer 2 / Layer 3 security considerations

6.1 Select appropriate QoS strategies to meet customer requirements 6.1.a DiffServ 6.1.b IntServ 6.2 Design end-to-end QoS policies 6.2.a Classification and marking 6.2.b Shaping 6.2.c Policing 6.2.d Queuing 6.3 Describe network management techniques 6.3.a In-band vs. out-of-band 6.3.b Segmented management networks 6.3.c Prioritizing network management traffic 6.4 Describe multicast routing concepts 6.4.a Source trees, shared trees 6.4.b RPF 6.4.c Rendezvous points 6.5 Design multicast services 6.5.a SSM 6.5.b PIM bidirectional 6.5.c MSDP

Methodology

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• Presentation • Discussion • Practice Activities • Case Studies

Evaluation

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• Pre test • Post test

Duration

5 Days

Target Audience

• Senior Network Design Engineers • Network/Solution Architects • Principle System Engineers • Cisco Channel Partners

Schedule

No Schedule