Formation Engineering Cisco Meraki Solutions Part 2

  • Référence : ECMS2
  • Durée : 3 jours (21 heures)
  • Certification : Non
  • Eligible CPF : Non

CONNAISSANCES PREALABLES

  • Completed ECMS1 or CMNO, or possess equivalent Meraki knowledge and experience
  • Be CCNA-certified or have an equivalent level of technical expertise
  • Be employed by Cisco Systems, a Meraki partner, or a Meraki customer
  • Pré-requis recommandés : CCNA - ECMS1

PROFIL DES STAGIAIRES

  • This course is ideal for those who regularly deploy or manage Meraki networks and want to deepen their technical expertise and understanding of the full Meraki product suite and features
  • His may include professionals with job titles or in roles such as: Consulting Systems Engineer: Deployment Engineer

OBJECTIFS

  • Plan new Cisco Meraki architectures and expand existing deployments
  • Design the network for scalable management and high availability
  • Describe how to automate and scale Meraki deployments with dashboard tools
  • Use dynamic routing protocols to expand networks and improve WAN performance
  • Describe proper QoS, policy and performance-based routing configurations across a Cisco Meraki network and WAN optimization through traffic shaping
  • Describe Virtual Private Network (VPN) and Wide Area Network (WAN) topologies and how to integrate them
  • Secure, expand, and shape the network
  • Implement switched network concepts and practices, and configure guests networks
  • Implement wireless configurations concepts and practices
  • Describe endpoint management concepts and practices using Cisco Meraki Systems Manager
  • Describe physical security concepts and practices
  • Gain network insight by monitoring applications
  • Describe how to prepare monitoring, logging, and alerting services
  • Set up reporting and auditing capabilities in the Cisco Meraki dashboard
  • Monitor and troubleshoot issues using Cisco Meraki tools

METHODES PEDAGOGIQUES

  • La formation est constituée d’apports théoriques, d’exercices pratiques et de réflexions
  • 6 à 12 personnes maximum par cours, 1 poste de travail par stagiaire
  • Remise d’une documentation pédagogique papier ou numérique pendant le stage

METHODES D'EVALUATION DES ACQUIS

  • Auto-évaluation des acquis par le stagiaire via un questionnaire
  • Attestation de fin de stage adressée avec la facture

FORMATEUR

Consultant-Formateur expert Enterprise Infrastructure

CONTENU DU COURS

1 - Planning New Meraki Architectures and Expanding Existing Deployments

  • Cisco Meraki Solution Sizing
  • Explore Various Dashboard User Interface Features Demo
  • Licensing
  • Reference

2 - Designing for Scalable Management and High Availability

  • Role-Based Access
  • Tag Design and Structure
  • Cisco Meraki MX Security Appliance High-Availability
  • Cisco Meraki MS Switch High Availability
  • High-Density Wireless Design

3 - Automation and Scaling Meraki Deployments

  • RBAC with SAML
  • Configure SAML and Create SAML Roles Demo
  • Network Cloning
  • Clone a Network and Synchonize a Configuration Demo
  • Configuration Templates
  • Explore Configuration Templates Demo
  • Network Provisioning with APIs
  • Use Google Sheets and Script Editor with the Cisco Meraki Dashboard API Demo

4 - Designing Routing on the Cisco Meraki Platform

  • Routing Across Cisco Meraki Networks
  • Explore Layer 3 Routing Including Creating, Editing and Moving SVIs Demo
  • Dynamic Routing with OSPF
  • BGP for Scalable WAN Routing and Redundancy

5 - Describing QoS and Traffic Shaping Design

  • Wireless and Wired QoS Design
  • Prepare the Network for Voice
  • Traffic shaping and Prioritizing on the Cisco Meraki MX Platform

6 - Building VPN and WAN Topologies

  • Cisco Meraki MX VPN Operation Modes
  • VPN Design and Toplogies
  • Auto VPN
  • Design a Scalable VPN Topology
  • Explore the Cisco Merkai MX Sizing Guide Demo
  • Integrate Cisco Meraki vMX into an Auto VPN Architecture
  • SD-WAN Fundamentals
  • SD-WAN Design
  • Explore Cisco Meraki vMX and SD-WAN Configurations in the Dashbard Demo

7 - Securing, Expanding and Shaping the Network

  • Cisco Meraki Security Overview
  • Default Behaviour and Rule-Processing Order
  • Advanced Security Services
  • Content Filtering
  • Cisco Umbrella Integration

8 - Describing Switched Network Concepts and Practices

  • Access Policies Using Cisco Meraki Authentication
  • Cloning of Switch Settings
  • Switch Templates and Profiles
  • Explore Switch Profiles Demo
  • LAN and WLAN Guest Access Best Practices

9 - Implementing Wireless Configuration Practices and Concepts

  • Cisco Meraki Dashboard Maps and Floor Plans
  • RF Profiles
  • Wireless Encryption and Authentication
  • SSID Modes for Client IP Addressing
  • Bluetooth Low Energy
  • BLE Scanning and Bluetooth Clients Demo
  • Wireless Threats

10 - Describing Endpoint Management Concepts and Practices

  • Cisco Meraki Systems Manager Platform Overview
  • Cisco Meraki Systems Manager Overview Demo
  • Device Deployment Methodologies
  • Deployment of Applications and Containerization Profiles
  • Security Policies and Devices Out of Compliance Demo
  • Pairing Network Group Policies with Systems Manager Demo
  • Agentless Onboarding with Trusted Access

11 - Describing Physical Security Concepts and Practices

  • Cisco Meraki MV Architecture
  • Flexible Camera Deployments with Wireless
  • Cisco Meraki MV Product Portfolio, Features and Functionalities
  • Motion Search, Motion Recap, Motion Heat Maps and Person Detection Demo
  • Business Intelligence

12 - Gaining Network Insight by Monitoring Applications

  • Cisco Meraki Insight Overview
  • Cisco Meraki Insight Scaling and Licensing
  • Cisco Meraki Insight Overview: A Closer Look at Tracked Applications and WAN Health Demo

13 - Preparing Monitoring, Logging and Alerting Services

  • Logging Capabilities
  • Examine Event, Change and Video Access Logs Demo
  • Monitoring Tools and Services
  • Examine Monitoring Tools and Features Demo
  • Supported Alerts
  • Cisco Meraki Dashboard API

14 - Setting up Reporting and Auditing Capabilities in the Cisco Meraki Dahsboard

  • Cisco Meraki Reports
  • Manage Firmware Through the Dashboard
  • PCI Auditiing

15 - Gaining Visibility and Resolving Issues using Cisco Meraki Tools

  • Troubleshooting Methods
  • Logging Capabilities
  • Cisco Meraki Security Center Overview Demo
  • Wireless Troubleshooting
  • Explore Wireless Troubleshooting Tools Demo
  • Troubleshoot Cisco Merkai Cloud Application Performance
  • Explore VPN Status, Firewall and Static Port Forwarding Information Demo
  • Troubleshoot Cisco Meraki Auto VPN
  • Local Status Page

16 - Labs

  • Configure Tags, Link Aggregation, Port Mirroring, and High-Density SSIDs
  • Establishing Auto VPN
  • Configuring Virtual Interfaces and Routing on Cisco Meraki MS Switches
  • Configuring Routes and Redistribution
  • Configuring Quality of Service
  • Configuring Traffic Shaping
  • Configuring Load Balancing
  • Defining Firewall Rules
  • Enabling Advanced Malware Protection, Intrusion Detection, and Intrusion Prevention
  • Enabling Content Filtering
  • Configure and Apply Access Policies
  • Configure Wireless Guest Access
  • Configure Service Set Identifiers (SSIDs)
  • Implementing RF Profiles
  • Implement Air Marshal
  • Create Cisco Meraki Systems Manager (SM) Configuration Profiles
  • Define Security Policies
  • Enforce End-to-End Security
  • Set-up Motion Alerts
  • Deploy Wireless Cameras
  • Manage Video Retention
  • Enable Alerts
  • Add Monitoring and Reporting
  • Generate and Analyze Summary Reports
  • Manage Firmware
  • Generate a Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) Compliance Report
  • Troubleshoot an Offline Device
  • Troubleshoot Content Filtering
  • Troubleshooting Remote Site Connectivity
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