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Cisco DESGN 2.1: Selecting Routing Protocols $74.95
Cisco DESGN 2.1: Defining Network Security $74.95
Cisco DESGN 2.1: Security Solutions for the Network $74.95
Cisco DESGN 2.1: Integrating Voice and Video Architectures $74.95
Cisco DESGN 2.1: Voice and Video Technology Requirements $74.95
Cisco DESGN 2.1: Design Considerations for Basic Wireless Networking $74.95

Bundle Price: $219.00
Total Savings: $230.70

Cisco DESGN 2.1: Selecting Routing Protocols

When sites are interconnected, there must be a way to get information to the correct site. Routing is the process by which information gets from one location to another, and it is important to understand how the various routing protocols work for proper selection of a routing protocol. This course discusses the factors that help determine which routing protocol to use in an enterprise network, using IP version 4 (IPv4) or IP version 6 (IPv6). The course begins with a review of basic routing protocol concepts and fundamentals. It continues to discuss characteristics of enterprise routing protocols. The selection and implementation of a routing protocol is based on specific needs and topologies. This course also describes scenarios where routing protocols are deployed based on different needs. The network characteristics and customer requirements, as well as the multiprotocol, multivendor environment, are considered. The course concludes with a discussion on route redistribution, summarization, and filtering.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize the differences between distance vector and link-state protocols
  • Recognize the differences between interior and exterior routing protocols
  • Identify the features of routing protocol convergence
  • Identify the basic characteristics of EIGRP that can influence enterprise routing protocol selection
  • Identify the basic characteristics of OSPF that can influence enterprise routing protocol selection
  • Identify the basic characteristics of BGP that can influence enterprise routing protocol selection
  • Identify how routing protocols are applied in the enterprise network
  • Identify features of route redistribution and redistribution points
  • Identify route summarization best practices

Cisco DESGN 2.1: Defining Network Security

Network security is an essential network service that spans the entire network. The scope of a network security solution is determined by organizational requirements and potential threats that are evaluated for each network component. To create a secure network, you must know which threats the network has to be protected against. This course discusses rationale for network security, including threats and risks. The course then discusses network components as potential targets and explains how risk assessment is used in a security policy.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify basic network security considerations
  • Describe reconnaissance attacks
  • Describe how to mitigate reconnaissance attacks
  • Identify the ways to gain access to systems
  • Identify the ways to mitigate access to systems
  • Identify the characteristics of integrity, confidentiality, and availability threats
  • Identify the purpose of a security policy
  • Recognize how to build continuous network security

Cisco DESGN 2.1: Security Solutions for the Network

The Cisco SAFE architecture provides the security design guidelines for building secure and reliable network infrastructures that are resilient to both well-known and new forms of attacks. It is important to understand the elements of the Cisco SAFE architecture and how it can be used with an enterprise security policy to counter threats. A modular approach to network security simplifies the network design and ensures that a security breach in one network module will remain isolated and not affect the entire network. This course introduces the Cisco SAFE architecture strategy for designing network security and discusses the Cisco solutions that are available for designing and deploying secure networks. This course also discusses how security is integrated in Cisco network devices. How to design network security solutions for the enterprise network using Cisco security solutions and network devices is also covered.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify the key concepts behind the Cisco SAFE architecture
  • Select appropriate safeguards to use between domains of trust
  • Describe identity authentication methods
  • Describe network access control mechanisms
  • Recognize trust and identity management technology implementation in an enterprise environment
  • Identify best practices for ACL deployment
  • Identify the guidelines for incorporating physical security into an overall security policy
  • Identify best practices for infrastructure protection
  • Describe the function of threat detection and mitigation technologies
  • Identify solutions that can be used to support threat detection and mitigation
  • Describe the function of confidentiality methods
  • Describe how transmission integrity methods for security design work
  • Identify functions of security management
  • Describe the security features that are integrated into Cisco network devices
  • Recognize the appropriate security devices and solutions to deploy at particular locations in an enterprise network

Cisco DESGN 2.1: Integrating Voice and Video Architectures

Many enterprises are integrating their voice and data networks into a single unified communications network. Packet telephony introduces a new set of terms and standards and each technology has a specific role to play in the network. Unified communications networks can run the same applications as telephony networks but in a more cost-effective and scalable manner. To design a network, you need to consider both voice and data traffic. By understanding integrated unified architecture concepts, components, mechanisms, and issues, you will be better prepared to design an integrated voice-video-data network. This course discusses the main drivers of the new unified communications network as well as the components that are required to successfully deploy voice and video on an existing data network. An overview of standard voice components that are common to all packet networks and of VOIP components that are found in enterprise packet networks is provided. This course reviews traditional voice architectures and features and explains the reasons for migrating from a traditional architecture to integrated architectures.

Learning Objectives
  • Describe the drivers for migrating from separate voice and data networks to integrated networks
  • Identify the features and benefits of the H.323 standard
  • Identify the additional components that are required for VOIP in enterprise environments
  • Describe video considerations in Unified Communications
  • Describe the control protocols that are used to support voice communications over IP

Cisco DESGN 2.1: Voice and Video Technology Requirements

To create a proper integrated network design, you need to know about the many considerations that affect voice traffic. This course focuses on the types of delay, bandwidth restrictions, and Quality of Service (QoS) issues that affect voice communications. It discusses the importance of coding, which affects bandwidth consumption, voice and video quality, and introduces mechanisms that impact voice and video quality. To design a network to transport voice and video, you need to understand and consider delay, packet loss, jitter, and the impact that QoS can have on maintaining voice quality.

Learning Objectives
  • Recognize methods for minimizing network delay
  • Recognize ways to reduce jitter and packet loss
  • Recognize how to prevent echo on telephone calls
  • Describe the coding and compression algorithms and standards that are used in packet telephony networks
  • Describe the issues that are involved with bandwidth availability
  • Recognize the QoS mechanisms for effective service for voice and video traffic
  • Describe the QoS considerations to voice and video traffic on the WAN
  • Identify voice and video traffic engineering concepts

Cisco DESGN 2.1: Design Considerations for Basic Wireless Networking

In order to design wireless networks it is important to have an understanding of the Cisco Unified Wireless Network architecture and wireless design principles in order to have the necessary guidelines for successful wireless network design. This course reviews the Cisco Unified Wireless Network including the fundamental architectural concepts and deployment considerations necessary to design a basic Cisco Unified Wireless Network solution. The course also describes wireless networks using controllers; It explains how access points and controllers integrate into enterprise network. The course concludes with useful guidelines for designing wireless networks with controllers for enterprise environments.

Learning Objectives
  • Describe the Cisco Unified Wireless Network architecture
  • Distinguish between the fundamentals and functions of CAPWAP and LWAPP
  • Recognize how the base Cisco Unified Wireless Network components are connected to the enterprise network
  • Match the components of Cisco Wireless LAN Controllers to their descriptions
  • Determine how access points can be scaled to a network in a given scenario
  • Describe how a lightweight access point connects to a WLC
  • Describe the basic operational considerations for supporting mobility in a Cisco Unified Wireless Network deployment
  • Describe controller redundancy design considerations
  • Describe the function of Radio Resource Management and RF groups in wireless networking
  • Describe the reasons that an RF site survey is used in wireless network design
  • Sequence the steps in the RF Site Survey Process
  • Identify design considerations for Cisco Unified Wireless Networks supporting the enterprise campus
  • Identify design considerations for branch wireless network design
  • Describe how to support guest access in a wireless network
  • Describe the features of Mesh deployment
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