The Design of Cisco Enterprise Edge Connectivity
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To demonstrate the ability to design Enterprise Edge connectivity using classic WAN, Remote Access, and Internet Connectivity module types
System engineers, network designers, and network engineers responsible for designing enterprise-wide networks, which support a wide variety of large scale switching, routing, network management, and security infrastructures; individuals working towards the Cisco Certified Design Professional (CCDP) and Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) qualifications.
A comprehensive knowledge of networking and internetworking design, demonstrating competencies equivalent to CCDA level and CCNP level in routing, switching, remote access technologies, access control and communications, security, and network management solutions, including a detailed working knowledge of current technologies, media, protocols, operating systems, and devices
The Design of Cisco Enterprise Edge Connectivity identify the modules and typical requirements for the Enterprise Edge functional area, and recognize the design steps and traffic pattern considerations for it. identify WAN requirements for the campus network and recognize how to select an appropriate WAN topology and service provider. identify the criteria for selecting data-link layer technology, physical layer technology, and WAN features and be able to use the Product Advisor tool to select edge routing solutions. outline the considerations for selecting routing protocols and an IP addressing scheme for a site-to-site WAN. recognize the rationale for design decisions in a given example of an enterprise WAN design. design a site-to-site WAN solution to meet the requirements of a given Enterprise Edge network infrastructure. identify and distinguish between the requirements for Remote Access Connectivity and termination. recognize how to use the Product Advisor tool for selecting Cisco remote access routing solutions, and identify the rationale for remote access design decisions in given examples. design a remote access solution to meet the requirements of a given Enterprise Edge network infrastructure. identify the typical requirements for the Internet Connectivity module, recognize the main characteristics of NAT, and distinguish between the two methods of connecting to an ISP. design an Internet Connectivity solution to meet the requirements of a given Enterprise Edge network infrastructure.