ENC9K - Implementing Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches

Introdução

The Implementing Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches (ENC9K) 3.0 course provides insight into Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches and its solution components. Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches are the next generation in the Cisco Catalyst family of enterprise LAN access, aggregation, and core switches. The switches integrate the new realities of the digital era. The switches are twice as fast, with double the capacity, providing end-to-end security, and automation using centralized management in the Cisco DNA Center.

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20/07 a 23/07/2022
24/08 a 26/08/2022
21/09 a 23/09/2022
26/10 a 28/10/2022
23/11 a 25/11/2022
21/12 a 23/12/2022
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Público Alvo

Network engineers, designers, managers, and system engineers who are adopting the Cisco Digital Network Architecture (Cisco DNA) and who will use Cisco Catalyst 9000 Switches to enable an SD-Access solution provisioned with DNA Center.

Objetivo

After completing this course you should be able to:
• Review the Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches identify the switches’ features and examine the functionalities purpose-built for Cisco DNA and the SD-Access solution.
• Describe the Cisco Catalyst 9200 Series Switch architecture, model types, port types, uplink modules, components including power supplies, and other switch features and capabilities.
• Describe the Cisco Catalyst 9300 Series Switch architecture, model types, port types, uplink modules, and components, including power supplies and stacking cables.
• Describe the Cisco Catalyst 9400 Series Switches, different modular chassis, supervisor and line card options, architectural components, uplink, and power redundancy, and Multigigabit ports
• Describe the Cisco Catalyst 9500 Series Switches, model types, switch components, RFID support, architecture, and switch profiles.
• Describe the Cisco Catalyst 9600 Series Switch architecture, supervisor and line card options, and high availability features.
• Position the different Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switch model types in the network, and map older Cisco Catalyst switches to the 9000 family for migration.
• Examine management capabilities of the Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches.
• Describe the Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches deployed in a Cisco StackWise Virtual environment and an SD-Access fabric.
• Describe the new Cisco IOS XE software management, patchability, and Graceful Insertion and Removal (GIR) features on the Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches.
• Describe the scalability and performance features supported by the Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches.
• Describe the Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switch support for security, Quality of Service (QoS), and Internet of Things (IoT) convergence features.
• Describe the Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series support for cloud hosting and connectivity, along with automation features
• Explore the SD-Access solution fundamentals, deployment models for the Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switch, and the use of Cisco DNA Center to manage infrastructure devices.

Pré Requisitos

Attendees should meet the following prerequisites:

• Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching certification or equivalent experience
• Knowledge of configuring LAN routing and switching with legacy Cisco Catalyst switches
• Familiarity with the Cisco IOS XE operating system
• Awareness of Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) as an authentication platform and policy manager
• Familiarity with using network management software
• Knowledge of Cisco Unified Computing Systems fundamentals
• Familiarity with Cisco Intent-based networking and policy-based management automation technologies

Conteúdo Programatico

Course Introduction
Objectives

Section 1: Introducing Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Introducing Cisco Catalyst 9000 Platforms
1.3 Introducing Cisco UADP ASIC 2.0 and 3.0
1.4 Cisco UADP 2.0 and 3.0 Core Architecture
1.5 Packet Walk with ASIC
1.6 Cisco Open IOS XE
1.7 Role of Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches in Cisco DNA Architecture
1.8 Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Licensing

Section 2: Introducing Cisco Catalyst 9200 Series Switches
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Cisco Catalyst 9200 Product Overview
2.3 Cisco Catalyst 9200 Series Architecture
2.4 Fabric Edge Node for SD-Access
2.5 MACsec-128 Link Encryption
2.6 Cisco Catalyst 9200 Series Front Panel
2.7 Cisco Catalyst 9200 Series Rear Panel
2.8 Cisco Catalyst 9200 Series Switch Models
2.9 Cisco Catalyst 9200 Switch Uplink Modules
2.10 Cisco Catalyst 9200 Series Switches Power Supplies, Stacking, and Stack Cables
2.11 Cisco Catalyst 9200 Series Switches Features and Capabilities

Section 3: Introducing Cisco Catalyst 9300 Series Switches
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Cisco Catalyst 9300 Product Overview
3.3 Switch Models
3.4 Cisco Catalyst 9300 Switch Uplink Modules
3.5 Cisco Catalyst 9300 Series Switches Power Supplies, Stacking, and Stack Cables
3.6 Enhanced Storage Options on Cisco Catalyst 9300
3.7 Cisco Catalyst 9300 Port Layouts
3.8 Multigigabit Ports

Section 4: Introducing Cisco Catalyst 9400 Series Switches
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Cisco Catalyst 9400 Product Overview
4.3 Cisco Catalyst 9400 4-Slot Modular Switch Chassis
4.4 Cisco Catalyst 9400 7-Slot Modular Switch Chassis
4.5 Cisco Catalyst 9400 10-Slot Modular Switch Chassis
4.6 Cisco Catalyst 9400 Supervisor and Line Cards
4.7 Power Supplies
4.8 Cisco Catalyst 9400 High Availability Features
4.9 Cisco Catalyst 9400 Architecture
4.10 Cisco Catalyst 9400 Supervisor Uplinks and Uplink Redundancy
4.11 Cisco Catalyst 9400 Power Redundancy Modes
4.12 Cisco Catalyst 9400 Multigigabit Ports

Section 5: Introducing Cisco Catalyst 9500 Series Switches
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Cisco Catalyst 9500 Product Overview
5.3 Cisco Catalyst 9500-32C Series Switch
5.4 Cisco Catalyst 9500-32QC Series Switch
5.5 Cisco Catalyst 9500-48Y4C Series Switch
5.6 Cisco Catalyst 9500-24Y4C Series Switch
5.7 Cisco Catalyst 9500-24Q Series Switch
5.8 Cisco Catalyst 9500-12Q Series Switch
5.9 Cisco Catalyst 9500-40X Series Switch
5.10 Cisco Catalyst 9500-16X Series Switch
5.11 Cisco Catalyst 9500 Redundant Platinum Rated Power Supply
5.12 Cisco Catalyst 9500 Modular Fans
5.13 Cisco Catalyst 9500 Series Switch RFID
5.14 Cisco Catalyst 9500-32C Series Architecture
5.15 Cisco Catalyst 9500-32QC Series Architecture
5.16 Cisco Catalyst 9500-48Y4C Series Architecture
5.17 Cisco Catalyst 9500-24Y4C Series Architecture
5.18 Cisco Catalyst 9500-24Q Series 40G Architecture
5.19 Cisco Catalyst 9500-12Q Series 40G Architecture
5.20 Cisco Catalyst 9500-40X Series 10G Architecture
5.21 Cisco Catalyst 9500-16X Series Architecture

Section 6: Introducing Cisco Catalyst 9600 Series Switches
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Cisco Catalyst 9600 Product Overview
6.3 Cisco Catalyst 9600 Series Switch Architecture
6.4 Cisco Catalyst 9600 Supervisor and Line Cards
6.5 Cisco Catalyst 9600 Power Supplies
6.6 Cisco Catalyst 9600 High Availability Features

Section 7: Positioning Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Positioning Cisco Catalyst 9200 Series Switches
7.3 Positioning Cisco Catalyst 9300 Series Switches
7.4 Positioning Cisco Catalyst 9400 Series Switches
7.5 Positioning Cisco Catalyst 9500 Series Switches
7.6 Positioning Cisco Catalyst 9600 Series Switches
7.7 Migrating from the Cisco Catalyst 2960-X/XR to Cisco Catalyst 9200
7.8 Migrating from the Cisco Catalyst 3850 to Cisco Catalyst 9300
7.9 Migrating from the Cisco Catalyst 4500E to the Cisco Catalyst 9400
7.10 Migrating from the Cisco Catalyst 4500X, 6840X, and 6880 to the Cisco Catalyst 9500
7.11 Migrating from the Cisco Catalyst 6500 and 6800 to the Cisco Catalyst 9600

Section 8: Examining Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches Management Capabilities
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Cisco IOS XE Software Command-Line Interface
8.3 Onboard Cisco IOS XE Software Web User Interface GUI
8.4 Simple Network Management Protocol
8.5 Network Programmability Features
8.6 ThousandEyes Enterprise Agent
8.7 Intent-Based Networking with Cisco DNA Center
8.8 Cisco Prime Infrastructure
8.9 Cisco Prime Infrastructure with Cisco DNA Center
8.10 Cisco DNA Center Platform Extensibility
8.11 Lab: Discover and Automate the Underlay Topology Using PnP Base Automation Service of Cisco DNA Center GUI

Section 9: Deploying Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches in Cisco StackWise Virtual and SD-Access Fabric
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Cisco StackWise Virtual Topology in N-Tier Network Topology
9.3 Deploying Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series in SD Access Fabric

Section 10: Describing New Features on Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Open IOS XE Patchability and Software Management
10.3 Software Upgrades, Backup, and Restore
10.4 Graceful Insertion and Removal
10.5 Lab: Perform GIR on Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switch
10.6 New License Packaging Structure
10.7 Cisco DNA Software Capabilities by Subscription
10.8 Open IOS XE Containers and Hosted Applications
10.9 Manage and Patch Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Software Images Using Cisco DNA Center GUI and CLI Commands

Section 11: Describing Scale and Performance Features on Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Bandwidth Per Stack
11.3 Uplinks
11.4 Multigigabit Technology
11.5 Flexible NetFlow
11.6 Forwarding TCAM Resources, Flexible Lookup Tables Shared Across Cores, FlexTables
11.7 Cisco Catalyst 9500 Series Flexible ASIC Templates
11.8 Hierarchical VPLS with MPLS Access
11.9 Routed Pseudowire IRB for IPv4 Unicast
11.10 VRF Aware NAT
11.11 Loop Detection Guard
11.12 VLAN Load Balancing for FlexLink+

Section 12: Describing Security, QoS, and IoT Convergence Features on Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Group-Based Policy and Cisco TrustSec SGT for Wired and Wireless
12.3 AES-256 MACsec Encryption
12.4 FabricSec Encryption
12.5 Encrypted Traffic Analytics
12.6 Lab: Enable and Verify Encrypted Traffic Analytics
12.7 Extend Security to Infrastructure with Trustworthy Systems
12.8 Cisco Zero Trust
12.9 ThousandEyes for Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches
12.10 QoS Features and Packet Walk
12.11 Describe IoT Convergence Features on Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches
12.12 Lab: Configure Perpetual PoE and Fast PoE on the Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switch

Section 13: Describing Cloud and Automation Features on Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Cloud Hosting and Cloud Connectivity
13.3 Telemetry
13.4 DevOps Toolkit
13.5 NETCONF and YANG Management Model
13.6 Cisco DNA Center Programmability
13.7 High-Availability Features
13.8 Lab: Explore Switch Management Automation and Programmability

Section 14: Describing Cisco SD-Access Solution and Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Cisco SD-Access Solutions Fundamentals
14.3 Role of Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series in the Cisco SD-Access Solution
14.4 Cisco DNA Center Components and Architecture
14.5 Cisco DNA Center Four Step Automation WorkFlow for SD-Access
14.6 Device Onboarding and Provisioning with PnP
14.7 Lab Deploy Cisco SD-Access Campus Fabric Using Cisco DNA Center Automation

Lab Activities (Resume)
• Application Hosting on Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switches Using the CLI
• Perform GIR on a Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switch
• Application Hosting on Cisco Catalyst 9300 Using Cisco DNA Center
• Configuring and Verifying a Switch Stack
• Enable and Verify Encrypted Traffic Analytics
• Configure Perpetual PoE and Fast PoE on a Cisco Catalyst 9000 Series Switch
• Configure Packet Capture on a Cisco Catalyst 9300 Series Switch
• Explore Switch Management Automation and Programmability