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Course Code: QoS
Duration: 5
Price: 3595 *
Cisco Learning Credits: 36 *
Type: Public or Private
Skill Level: Intermediate
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Implementing Cisco Quality of Service v2.5(QoS)


This course provides students with in-depth knowledge of IP QoS requirements, conceptual models using DiffServ, IntServ, and Best Effort (over provisioning), and the implementation of IP QoS on Cisco IOS switch and router platforms. The curriculum covers the theory of IP QoS, design issues, and configuration of various QoS mechanisms to facilitate the creation of effective administrative policies providing QoS. The course gives students design and usage rules for various advanced IP QoS features and the integration of IP QoS with underlying Layer 2 QoS mechanisms, allowing them to design and implement efficient, optimized, trouble-free multi-service networks. Mandatory prerequisite is CCNA. Understanding of BGP is also strongly suggested. This course is for network technicians responsible for VoIP networks.

 

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Prerequisites

CCNA suggested.

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Audience
  • Network technicians responsible for VoIP networks.
  • Anyone seeking CCVP Certification.
  • CCIE candidates.
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Skills taught

After completing this course, the student should be able to:
• Given a converged network, explain the need to implement Quality of Service (QoS) and explain methods for implementing and managing QoS
• Given a converged network, identify and describe different models used for ensuring QoS in a network and explain key IP QoS mechanisms used to implement the models
• Given a converged network, explain the use of MQC and AutoQoS to implement QoS on the network
• Given a converged network and a policy defining QoS requirements, successfully classify and mark network traffic to implement the policy
• Given a congested network, use Cisco QoS queuing mechanisms to manage network congestion
• Given a converged network, use Cisco QoS congestion avoidance mechanisms to reduce the effects of congestion on the network
• Given a network, use Cisco QoS traffic policing and traffic shaping mechanisms to effectively limit the rate of network traffic

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Implementing Cisco Quality of Service v2.5 (QoS)
           
Module 1: Introduction to QoS
Lesson 1: Understanding the Need for QoS
Lesson 2: Understanding QoS
Lesson 3: Implementing QoS
Module 2: The Building Blocks of QoS
Lesson 1: Identifying Models for Implementing QoS
Lesson 2: Understanding the Integrated Services Model
Lesson 3: Understanding the Differentiated Services Model
Lesson 4: Identifying QoS Mechanisms
Module 3: Introduction to MQC and Cisco AutoQoS
Lesson 1: Introducing Modular QoS CLI
Lesson 2: Introducing Cisco AutoQoS VoIP
Lesson 3: Introducing Cisco AutoQoS for the Enterprise
Module 4: Classification and Marking
Lesson 1: Understanding Classification and Marking
Lesson 2: Using MQC for Classification
Lesson 3: Using MQC for Class-Based Marking
Lesson 4: Using NBAR for Classification
Lesson 5: Configuring QoS Preclassify
Lesson 6: Configuring QoS Policy Propagation via BGP
Lesson 7: Configuring LAN Classification and Marking
Lesson 8: Understanding QoS in the Life of a Packet
Module 5: Congestion Management
Lesson 1: Introducing Queuing
Lesson 2: Understanding Queuing Implementations
Lesson 3: Configuring FIFO and WFQ
Lesson 4: Configuring CBWFQ and LLQ
Lesson 5: Configuring LAN Congestion Management
Module 6: Congestion Avoidance
Lesson 1: Introducing Congestion Avoidance
Lesson 2: Introducing RED
Lesson 3: Configuring Class-Based Weighted RED
Lesson 4: Configuring Explicit Congestion Notification
Module 7: Traffic Policing and Shaping
Lesson 1: Understanding Traffic Policing and Shaping
Lesson 2: Configuring Class-Based Policing
Lesson 3: Configuring Class-Based Shaping
Lesson 4: Configuring Class-Based Shaping on Frame Relay Interfaces
Lesson 5: Frame Relay Voice-Adaptive Traffic Shaping and Fragmentation
Module 8: Link Efficiency Mechanisms
Lesson 1: Understanding Link Efficiency Mechanisms
Lesson 2: Configuring Class-Based Header Compression
Lesson 3: Configuring Link Fragmentation and Interleaving
Module 9: QoS Best Practices
Lesson 1: Understanding Traffic Classification Best Practices
Lesson 2: Deploying End-to-End QoS
Lesson 3: Providing QoS for Security
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