Deploying Cisco ASA VPN Solutions v1.0
Standard Price: $ 3395.00
Course Length: 5 days
In this course you will learn to implement, support, and troubleshoot Cisco TelePresence video solutions.
The e-Learning portion of this course (VTVS1) teaches field engineers to deploy Cisco TelePresence Video Express Authorized Technology Provider (ATP) solutions. You will learn features, functions, design, and deployment planning for Cisco endpoint product sets including C-Series, MX Series and EX Series systems. The course prepares you for the proctored 500-007 Implementing Cisco TelePresence Video Solutions, Part 1 (VTVS1) exam.
The classroom portion of this course (VTVS2) teaches you how to configure, operate, and maintain core visual communication components, including Cisco TelePresence endpoints, gatekeepers, multipoint control units (MCUs), and management software. Additionally, you will learn to add Cisco TelePresence to existing Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CM) environments. The course prepares you for the 500-006 Implementing Cisco TelePresence Video Solutions, Part 2 (VTVS2) exam.
This course is designed for systems and field engineers who manage and implement the Cisco Nexus 9000 Switches in ACI mode. In this course, you will learn the key components and procedures for configuring and managing Cisco Nexus 9000 Switches in ACI mode. You will also learn how to connect the ACI Fabric to external networks and services.
Based on our enhanced SASAC v1.0 and SASAA v2.1 courses, this exclusive, lab-based course, provides you with your own set of equipment, giving you the Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) 9.x and ASA SFR-based lab experience in just five days. This course provides 29 different lab scenarios using Cisco equipment such as: ASA v9.5, ASA 5515-X NGFW (Next-Generation Firewall SFR), Access Control Server (ACS 5.4), Context Directory Agent (CDA), Catalyst switch, Integrated Services Router (ISR), and ASA 55×5.
A typical day will begin with an informal white board lecture by the instructor, covering topics associated with the day’s labs. Afterwards, you will be free to work on the labs at your own pace and to experiment in the lab environment. Of course, the instructor will remain available to assist as needed.
ASA 9.5 labs can be run in any order, any number of times. ASA-SFR labs will be run consecutively. With the exception of two labs that require two pods to work together, no coordination with other students is necessary.
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