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Course Code: ARCH
Duration: 5
Price: 3295 *
Cisco Learning Credits: 33 *
Type: Public or Private
Skill Level: Intermediate
* Plus applicable taxes

 

Designing Cisco Network Service Architectures(ARCH)


The ARCH course is a five-day course aimed at enabling students to perform the conceptual, intermediate, and detailed design of a network infrastructure that supports desired network solutions over intellligent network services in order to achieve effective performance, scalability, and availability.  The course enables students, by applying solid Cisco network solution models and recommended design practices, to provide viable, stable enterprise internetworking solutions.

The course presents concepts and examples that are necessary to design converged enterprise networks. Advanced network infrastructure technologies, such as virtual private networks (VPNs) and other security solutions are also covered.

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Prerequisites

Before taking ARCH, students should be familiar with internetworking technologies, Cisco products, and Cisco IOS features.

It is recommended that students have the following prerequisites or equivalent skills/knowledge:

  • CCNAX
  • CCDA / DESGN
  • ROUTE
  • SWITCH
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Audience
           
The primary audience for this course is as follows:
• Individuals seeking the Cisco CCDP Certification and those working toward the Cisco CCDE Certification
The secondary audience for this course is as follows:
• Presales and postsales network engineers that are involved in network design, planning, and implementation
• Network administrators and designers that are responsible for designing and implementing the enterprise network
• Cisco CCDA, CCDP, and CCDE candidates
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Skills taught

Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:

  • Introduce the Cisco Network Architectures for the Enterprise and explain how this concept addresses enterprise network needs for performance, scalabililty, and availability
  • Describe how the Cisco Network Architectures for the Enterprise can be used as a framework for designing enterprise networks
  • Create conceptual, intermediate, and detailed enterprise campus network designs
  • Create conceptual, intermediate, and detailed enterprise data center designs
  • Create conceptual, intermediate, and detailed enterprise edge and remote infrastructure designs
  • Create conceptual, intermediate, and detailed network service designs for security considerations
  • Create conceptual, intermediate, and detailed VPN designs
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Designing Cisco Network Service Architectures (ARCH)
           
Module 1: Cisco Network Architectures for the Enterprise
• Lesson 1: Review of Network Architectures for the Enterprise
• Lesson 2: Review of the Cisco PPDIOO Approach
Module 2: Enterprise Campus Network Design
• Lesson 1: High Availability in the Enterprise Campus
• Lesson 2: Layer 2 Design Recommendations
• Lesson 3: Layer 3 Design Recommendations
• Lesson 4: Designing the Layer 2 to Layer 3 Boundary Design
• Lesson 5: Describing Enterprise Network Virtualization Technologies
• Lesson 6: Infrastructure Services Considerations
Module 3: Advanced Addressing and Routing Design
• Lesson 1: Advanced Addressing Design
• Lesson 2: Advanced Routing Design
• Lesson 3: Scalable EIGRP Design
• Lesson 4: Scalable OSPF Design
• Lesson 5: Scalable BGP Design
Module 4: Advanced WAN Services Design Considerations
• Lesson 1: Optical Technologies for WANs
• Lesson 2: Using Metro Ethernet, VPLS, and MPLS VPN Technologies
• Lesson 3: Advanced WAN Service Implementations
Module 5: Enterprise Data Center Design
• Lesson 1: Core and Aggregation Layer Design
• Lesson 2: Access Layer Design
• Lesson 3: Scaling the Data Center Architecture
• Lesson 4: Spanning Tree Sizing and High Availability
Module 6: E-Commerce Module Design
• Lesson 1: Common Component Designs for the E-Commerce Module
• Lesson 2: Integrated E-Commerce Designs
Module 7: SAN Design Considerations
• Lesson 1: Identifying SAN Components and Technologies
• Lesson 2: SAN and SAN Extension Design
• Lesson 3: Integrated Fabric Designs using Cisco Nexus Technology
Module 8: Security Services Design
• Lesson 1: Firewall Design Considerations
• Lesson 2: Network Admission Control Design
• Lesson 3: Intrusion Detection and Prevention Designs
Module 9: IPsec and SSL VPN Design
• Lesson 1: Remote Access VPN Design
• Lesson 2: Site-to-Site VPN Design
• Lesson 3: IPsec VPN Technologies
• Lesson 4: VPN Management and Scaling
Module 10: IP Multicast Design
• Lesson 1: IP Multicast Overview
• Lesson 2: PIM and RP Considerations
• Lesson 3: IP Multicast Security
Module 11: Network Management Capabilities with Cisco IOS Software
• Lesson 1: Embedded Management Capabilities
• Lesson 2: NetFlow Considerations
• Lesson 3: NBAR Considerations
• Lesson 4: IP SLA Considerations
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