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Cisco CCNA Data Center Boot Camp v6.0 (CCNADCBC)

Overview/Objective

This course requires 15 hours of pre course work prior to taking this course. You will be given the foundational knowledge and a broad overview of Cisco Data Center products and their operation, covering the architecture, components, connectivity, and features of a Cisco Data Center network. You will gain practical experience configuring the initial setup of Cisco Nexus 7000, Cisco Nexus 5000, Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS), and Cisco MDS Multilayer Fabric Switch. You will also learn to verify the proper operation of a variety of features such as Overlay Transport Virtualization (OTV), Cisco FabricPath, Port Channels, virtual Port Channels (vPCs), and Cisco Nexus 1000V Distributed Virtual Switch for VMware ESXi.

  • Ethernet communication functions and standards
  • OSI and TCP/IP models
  • Routing process on Nexus switches
  • Compare storage connectivity options in the data center
  • Fibre Channel name server and fabric login (FLOGI) process
  • Configure Cisco Unified Computing System
  • Configure Cisco data center virtualization
  • Configure Cisco data center networking
  • Configure Cisco automation and orchestration
  • Verify Cisco Application-Centric Infrastructure
Course outline
Audience and Prerequisites

Audience

  • Anyone seeking the CCNA Data Center certification
  • Network designers, administrators, engineers, and managers
  • Storage and server administrators
  • Program and project managers
  • Systems engineer

Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:

  • Skills and knowledge equivalent to those learned in Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (ICND1)
  • Working knowledge of the Windows operating system
  • Working knowledge of Cisco IOS networking and concepts
Delivery Method

Web-Based ILT

Duration 5 Days

ACI Operations and Troubleshooting v3.1 (ACIOPS v3.1)

Overview/Objective

Upon completing this course, you will be able to meet these objectives:

Cisco ACI Component Review

  • Cisco ACI solution design review

Cisco ACI Operations

  • Know how to administrate and troubleshoot advanced Cisco ACI operations

Cisco ACI Troubleshooting

  • Be proficient at advanced Cisco ACI troubleshooting

Cisco ACI Automation

  • Understand the Cisco ACI network programmability

Cisco Backups, Snapshots, Rollbacks and Upgrades

  • Understand the Cisco ACI redundancy and upgrade features
Course outline

Module 1: Cisco ACI Component Review

Lesson 1: Cisco ACI Architecture and Network Review

ACI and APIC Review

Tenant, Management Tenant and Context Review

VLAN and VRF Review

Bridge Domain Review

Application Profile Review

End Point Group Review

Lesson 2: Cisco ACI Policy Review

ACI Contract Review

ACI Filter Review

ACI Subject Review

Lesson 3: Cisco ACI Unified Fabric Review

Cisco ACI Server Connectivity Review

Cisco ACI Network Connectivity Review

Cisco ACI Switch Review

Cisco ACI Routing Review

Lesson 4: Cisco ACI External Connectivity Review

Layer 2 External Switching Review

Layer 3 External Routing Protocol Review

Lesson 5: Customer Setup Review

Scaling Cisco ACI

Migration Paths to Cisco ACI

Module 2: Cisco ACI Operations

Lesson 1: The Cisco ACI Control Plane and Packet Flow

Determine ACI Packet Flow

Single DB/Single EPG with Two Endpoints on the Same Leaf

Single BD/Single EPG with Two Endpoints on Different Leafs

Single BD/Two EPGs with One Endpoint in EPG on the Same Leaf

Two BDs/Two EPGs with One Endpoint in Each EPG on the Same Leaf (Routed Packet)

Lesson 2: Cisco ACI Router Baseline

Route Profiles Overview

Configuration a Route-Profile

Applying a ‘Default’ Route-Profile

Applying a Route-Profile at the Bridge Domain

Applying a Route-Profile at the Bridge Domain Subnet

Applying a Route-Profile at the External EPG and External EPG Subnet

Applying a Route-Profile at the L3out as an Interleak Policy

Lesson 3: Configure and Verify Changes in the Network

Configure and Verify Interface Profiles

Configure and Verify Static EPGs

Verify Interfaces and Encapsulation

Lesson 4: Cisco ACI Logging and DHCP Relay

Logging data and data retention

Activity and audit logs

DHCP Relay service

Infra/Tenant

L3 Out

L2 Out

Module 3: Cisco ACI Troubleshooting

Lesson 1: Cisco ACI Troubleshooting Tools

Atomic Counters and Network Time Protocol

Cisco ACI Endpoint Tracker Application

End to End Testing

Endpoint to Endpoint Testing

Endpoint Group to Endpoint Group Testing

Discovering Paths and Testing Connectivity with Traceroute

Lesson 2: On-Demand Diagnostics and Statistics

Gathering On-Demand Collection and Statistics

Cisco Switched Port Analyzer (SPAN)

Access SPAN (or infrastructure SPAN)

Fabric SPAN

Tenant SPAN

ACI Monitoring and Diagnostics

Fabric Troubleshooting Diagnostics

Lesson 3: Cisco Nexus Data Broker Integration with ACI

The Cisco Nexus Data Broker

Test Access Points (TAPs)

Configure SPAN Sessions

Synchronize SPAN Sessions

Data Broker Use Case

Lesson 4: Cisco ACI Troubleshooting Methodology and Scenarios

Techsupport Files

Atomic Counters

Faults and Health Scores

Troubleshooting Scenarios

Troubleshoot Fabric Initialization

Troubleshoot APIC High Availability and Clustering

Troubleshoot Firmware and Image Management

Troubleshoot Rest Interface

Troubleshoot Management Tenant

Troubleshoot Common Network Services

Troubleshoot Unicast Data Plane Forwarding and Reachability

Troubleshoot Policies and Contracts

Troubleshoot Bridged Connectivity to External Networks

Troubleshoot Routed Connectivity to External Networks

Troubleshoot Virtual Machine Manager Insertion

Troubleshoot Layer 4 Through 7 Services Insertion

Troubleshoot ACI Fabric Node Process Crash Troubleshooting

Troubleshoot an APIC Process Crash

Module 4: Cisco ACI Automation

Lesson 1: The REST API

The REST API Structure

The Six Constraints of REST

REST Client–Server Constraint

REST Stateless Constraint

REST Cacheable Constraint

REST Layered Constraint

REST Code-On-Demand Constraint

REST Uniform Interface Constraint

Lesson 2: JSON and XML

JSON API Characteristics

XML API Characteristics

JSON and XML Advantages, Similarities, and Differences

Lesson 3: Cisco ACI Data Model

The Cisco ACI Programmable Network Infrastructure

The APIC Data Model

The APIC Policy Model

The Cisco ACI Object-Oriented Data Model

Module 5: Cisco ACI Backups, Snapshots, Rollbacks and Upgrades

Lesson 1: Cisco ACI Backups, Snapshots and Rollbacks

Backing up Configurations

Snapshots

Rollbacks

Lesson 2: Cisco ACI Upgrades

Firmware Repository

Software Image

Switch Image

Catalog Image

Audience and Prerequisites

Audience

  • Anyone seeking the Data Center certification
  • Network designers, administrators, engineers, and managers
  • Storage and server administrators
  • Program and project managers
  • Systems engineer

Prerequisites

It is recommended that each student has the following knowledge and skills before attending this course:

  • CCNP DataCenter (or higher) knowledge and/or experience.
  • For all candidates, it is highly recommended that they have previously attended the Data Center Application Centric Infrastructure Fundamentals (DCACIF v2 or v3) course or Configuring Cisco Nexus 9000 Switches in ACI mode (Cisco DCAC9K v2 or v3).
Delivery Method

Web-Based ILT

Duration 5 Days

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