Designing Cisco Network Service Architectures (ARCH) v3.0 course will discuss design of internal routing, BGP routing, WAN, data center connectivity, security, QoS, transition to IPv6, and multicast.
This course will enable students to perform the conceptual, intermediate and details design of a network infrastructure that supports desired network solutions over intelligent network services, to achieve effective performance, scalability and availability.
CARCH enables students, 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 version 3.0 is the addition of content addressing software defined networks (SDN).
Building on the concepts covered in the Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (CI-DESGN) course, students will learn additional aspects of modular campus design, advanced addressing and routing designs, WAN service designs, enterprise data center and security designs.
It is recommended that the students only attend this course after they mastered CI-DESGN v3.0 topics and have passed DESGN 200-301 exam.
Who should attend
The target audience for the CARCH course consists of individuals seeking the Cisco Certified Design Professional (CCDP) certification. The course is also targeted at pre-sales and post-sales network engineers involved in the Enterprise network design, planning and implementation. (The post-sales network engineers involved in the implementation will be involved in providing feedback to the pre-sales network engineers and correct possible design flaws).
This course is part of the following Certifications:
Cisco Certified Design Professional (CCDP)
This course is intended for individuals seeking the Cisco CCDP certification and those working toward the Cisco CCDE certification.
Presales and postsales network engineers that are involved in network design, planning, and implementation.
Network administrators and designers that are responsible for designing and implementing the enterprise network.
After completion of this course delegates should be able to:
Design enterprise connectivity and high-availability
Design enterprise BGP connectivity
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
Operate LANs with multiple switches, configure VLANs, trunking, spanning tree, DHCP, and port aggregation within Campus network
Configure and troubleshoot IPv4 and IPv6 routing within a Enterprise network (static, EIGRP, multi- area OSPF, and RIPng) Implement enterprise Internet connectivity (static routes and intermediate BGP)
Implement route redistribution using filtering mechanisms Implement path control using policy based routing and IP SLA Implement First Hop redundancy in IPv4 and IPv6 environments
Secure campus network according to recommended practices
Describe and apply network design methodologies
Describe and apply network design concepts of modularity and hierarchy
Design a resilient and scalable Campus network
Design a resilient and scalable connectivity between parts of your Enterprise network
Design connectivity to the Internet and internal routing for your network
Integrate collaboration and wireless infrastructure into your core network
Create scalable IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks v2.0 (CSWITCH)
Implementing Cisco IP Routing v2.0 (CI-ROUTE)
Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks v2.0 (CTSHOOT)
Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions (CI-DESGN)
Enterprise Connectivity and High-Availability
EIGRP Design Considerations
OSPF Design Considerations
IS-IS Design Considerations
Challenge 1: Design Enterprise Connectivity
Designing IBGP Sessions
Designing BGP Communities
Challenge 2: Design Enterprise BGP Network with Internet Connectivity
Wide Area Networks Design
Service Provider Managed VPNs
Enterprise Managed VPNs
WAN Resiliency Design
Campus Edge and Connectivity to Partners
Challenge 3: Design Resilient Enterprise WAN
SDN and APIC-EM
Enterprise Data Center Integration
Modular and Scalable Data Center Network
Multi-Tenant Data Center
Data Center Interconnections
Data Center Traffic Flows
SDN and APIC-DC
Challenge 4: Design Enterprise Data Center Connectivity
Design Security Services
Security Services Overview
Designing Infrastructure Protection
Designing Firewall and IPS Solutions
Designing Network Access Control Solutions
Challenge 5: Design Secure Enterprise Network
Design QoS for Optimized User Experience
Recommended QoS Design Principles
Campus QoS Design
Data Center QoS Design
WAN QoS Design
MPLS VPN QoS Design
IPsec VPN QoS Design
Challenge 6: Design QoS in Enterprise Network
Transition to IPv6
Challenges with Transition to IPv6
Challenge 7: Design Enterprise IPv6 Network
IP Multicast Design
Defining Multicast Distribution Trees and Forwarding
Introducing PIM-SM Protocol and PIM-SM Enhancements
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