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This 4-day instructor-led course is targeted to engineers and technical personnel involved in deploying, implementing, operating and optimizing Cisco SD-WAN solution, both in enterprise and Service Provider environments, including advanced features for centralized AAR/Data policies, QoS, application performance routing, configuration templates, control policies and troubleshooting common and advanced operating issues. The Cisco SD-WAN course is lab-intensive, and objectives are accomplished mainly through hands on learning. Students taking this Cisco SD-Wan training course should be familiar with Wide Area Networks (WANs) in a variety of ways, which can be found below. Ideal candidates for this course include engineering and planning teams who evaluate WAN evolution, personnel involved in SD-WAN Design, Implementation and Operation and others.

What You'll Learn

  • Zero Touch Provisioning
  • Cisco SD-WAN Solution
  • Operations Best Practices
  • Application Monitoring (Including SD-AVC)
  • General Troubleshooting
  • Troubleshooting: Data Plane Issues
  • Troubleshooting: Routing Issues
  • Monitoring and Troubleshooting Application-Aware Routing
  • Troubleshooting Policy Related Issues
  • Network Operations
  • Security Certificate Troubleshooting
  • SD WAN Devices Maintenance
  • SD WAN Device Operation and Troubleshooting

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  • Course Number SDWADV
  • Course Length 4 days
  • Course Fee $3,795.00
  • Delivery Format VLT (Instructor Led; Virtual LIVE Online; Remote Training)
  • Course Topic Networking, Hybrid Network Connectivity
  • Vendor Cisco
  • Technology SD-WAN
Need a different date? This course is also offered on these dates
Date Course ID Course Name Duration Delivery Format Registration
09/26/2022 SDWADV Cisco SD-WAN Day-N Advanced Monitoring and Troubleshooting (SDWADV) 4 days VLT Register

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