Cisco SDWAN 300-415 {ENSDWI}

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✅ The Course includes Class notes, Workbook with good numbers of labs.

✅ 300 Hrs of Lab Rack Access to be provided with every Module

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Cisco SDWAN 300-415 ENSDWI

20% 1.0 Architecture
  • [THEORY] 1.1 Describe Cisco SD-WAN architecture and components
  • [THEORY] 1.1.a Orchestration plane (vBond, NAT)
  • [THEORY] 1.1.b Management plane (vManage)
  • [THEORY] 1.1.c Control plane (vSmart, OMP)
  • [THEORY] 1.1.d Data plane (WAN Edge)
  • [THEORY] 1.1.d (i) TLOC
  • [THEORY] 1.1.d (ii) IPsec and GRE
  • [THEORY] 1.1.d (iii) vRoute
  • [THEORY] 1.1.d (iv) BFD
  • [THEORY] 1.2 Describe Cisco SD-WAN Edge platforms and capabilities
  • [THEORY] 1.3 Describe Cisco SD-WAN Cloud OnRamp
  • [THEORY] 1.3.a SaaS
  • [THEORY] 1.3.b IaaS
  • [THEORY] 1.3.c Colocation
15% 2.0 Controller Deployment
    • [THEORY] 2.1 Describe controller cloud deployment
    • [THEORY] 2.2 Describe controller on-premises deployment
    • [THEORY] 2.2.a Hosting platform (KVM and Hypervisor)
    • [THEORY] 2.2.b Installing controllers
    • [THEORY] 2.2.c Scalability and redundancy
    • [THEORY] 2.3 Configure certificates and device lists
    • [THEORY] 2.4 Troubleshoot control plane connectivity between controllers
Router Deployment
  • [THEORY] 3.5 Configure CLI and vManage feature configuration templates
  • [THEORY] 3.5.a VRRP
  • [THEORY] 3.5.b OSPF
20% 3.0 Router Deployment
  • [THEORY] 3.5.c BGP
  • [THEORY] 3.5.d EIGRP
  • [THEORY] 3.6 Describe multicast support in Cisco SD-WAN
  • [THEORY] 3.1 Describe WAN Edge deployment
  • [THEORY] 3.1.a On-boarding
  • [THEORY] 3.1.b Orchestration with zero-touch provisioning and plug-and-play
  • [THEORY] 3.1.c Data center and regional hub deployments
  • [THEORY] 3.2 Configure Cisco SD-WAN data plane
  • [THEORY] 3.2.a Circuit termination and TLOC-extension
  • [THEORY] 3.2.b Dynamic tunnels
  • [THEORY] 3.2.c Underlay-overlay connectivity
  • [THEORY] 3.3 Configure OMP
  • [THEORY] 3.4 Configure TLOCs
20% 4.0 Policies
    • [THEORY] 4.1 Configure control policies
    • [THEORY] 4.2 Configure data policies
    • [THEORY] 4.3 Configure end-to-end segmentation
    • [THEORY] 4.3.a VPN segmentation
    • [THEORY] 4.3.b Topologies
    • [THEORY] 4.4 Configure Cisco SD-WAN application-aware routing
    • [THEORY] 4.5 Configure direct Internet access
Security and Quality of Service
  • [THEORY] 5.3.a. DNS security
  • [THEORY] 5.3.b. Secure Internet Gateway (SIG)
  • [THEORY] 5.4 Configure QoS treatment on WAN Edge routers
15% 5.0 Security and Quality of Service
  • [THEORY] 5.1 Configure service insertion
  • [THEORY] 5.2 Describe Cisco SD-WAN security features
  • [THEORY] 5.2.a. Application-aware enterprise firewall
  • [THEORY] 5.2.b IPS
  • [THEORY] 5.2.c URL filtering
  • [THEORY] 5.2.d AMP
  • [THEORY] 5.2.e SSL and TLS proxy
  • [THEORY] 5.3 Describe Cloud security integration
  • [THEORY] 5.4.a Scheduling
  • [THEORY] 5.4.b Queuing
10% 6.0 Management and Operations
    • [THEORY] 6.1 Describe authentication, monitoring, and reporting from vManage
    • [THEORY] 6.2 Configure authentication, monitoring, and reporting
    • [THEORY] 6.3 Describe REST API monitoring
    • [THEORY] 6.4 Describe software image management from vManage
Security and Quality of Service
  • [THEORY] 5.4.c Shaping
  • [THEORY] 5.4.d Policing
  • [THEORY] 5.4.e Marking
  • [THEORY] 5.4.f Per-tunnel and adaptive QoS
Module 7: Lab Workbook
  • [LAB] Lab#1: Configuration of Provider Network
  • [LAB] Task1.1: Configure MPLS Router
  • [LAB] Task1.2: Configure Internet
  • [LAB] Task1.3: Configure 4G LTE
  • [LAB] Task1.4: Configure ALPHA-HQ LTE
  • [LAB] Lab#2: Initialization of vManage via CLI
  • [LAB] Task2.1: Configure vManage System Parameters
  • [LAB] Task2.2: Configure vManage VPN 0 Configuration
  • [LAB] Task2.3: Configure vManage VPN 512 Configuration
  • [LAB] Lab#3: Initialization of vBond via CLI
  • [LAB] Task3.1: Configure vBond System Parameters
  • [LAB] Task3.2: Configure vBond VPN 0 Configuration
  • [LAB] Task3.3: Configure vBond VPN 512 Configuration
  • [LAB] Lab#4: Initialization of vSmart via CLI
  • [LAB] Task4.1: Configure vSmart System Parameters
  • [LAB] Task4.2: Configure vSmart VPN 0 Configuration
  • [LAB] Task4.3: Configure vSmart VPN 512 Configuration
  • [LAB] Lab#5: Initialization of ETA Site vEdges via CLI
  • [LAB] Task5.1: Configure vEdge1-ETA System Parameters
  • [LAB] Task5.2: Configure vEdge1-ETA VPN 0 Configuration
  • [LAB] Task5.3: Configure vEdge2-ETA System Parameters
  • [LAB] Task5.4: Configure vEdge2-ETA VPN 0 Configuration
  • [LAB] Lab#6: Initialization of GAMMA Site vEdges via CLI
  • [LAB] Task6.1: Configure vEdge1-GAMMA System Parameters
  • [LAB] Task6.2: Configure vEdge1-GAMMA VPN 0 Configuration
  • [LAB] Task6.3: Configure vEdge2-GAMMA System Parameters
  • [LAB] Task6.4: Configure vEdge2-GAMMA VPN 0 Configuration
  • [LAB] Lab#7: Initialization of ZETA Site vEdge via CLI
  • [LAB] Task7.1: Configure vEdge1-ZETA System Parameters
  • [LAB] Task7.2: Configure vEdge1-ZETA VPN 0 Configuration
  • [LAB] Lab#8: Initialization of DELTA Site vEdge via CLI
  • [LAB] Task8.1: Configure vEdge1-DELTA System Parameters
  • [LAB] Task8.2: Configure vEdge1-DELTA VPN 0 Configuration
  • Lab#9: Configure Windows Server as CA Server
Module 8: Lab Workbook (contd)
  • [LAB] Task9.1: Configure Windows Server Network Adapter
  • [LAB] Task9.2: Add CA Server role in Windows Server
  • [LAB] Lab#10: Generate Root Certificate from CA Server
  • [LAB] Task10.1: Complete basic initial configuration of vManage via GUI
  • [LAB] Task10.2: Generate root certificate from CA server and Install it to vManage
  • [LAB] Task10.3: Generate CSR from vManage
  • [LAB] Task10.4: Issue Identity Certificate from CA Server
  • [LAB] Task10.5: Install Identity Certificate to vManage
  • [LAB] Lab#11: Add vBond to vManage and Generate Identity Certificate for vBond
  • [LAB] Task11.1: Add vBond to vManage
  • [LAB] Task11.2: Generate CSR from vBond
  • [LAB] Task11.3: Issue Identity Certificate from CA Server
  • [LAB] Task11.4: Install Identity Certificate to vBond
  • [LAB] Lab#12: Add vSmart to vManage and Generate Identity Certificate for vSmart
  • [LAB] Task12.1: Add vSmart to vManage
  • [LAB] Task12.2: Generate CSR from vSmart
  • [LAB] Task12.3: Issue Identity Certificate from CA Server
  • [LAB] Task12.4: Install Identity Certificate to vSmart
  • [LAB] Lab#13: Initialization of BETA Site cEdge via CLI
  • [LAB] Task13.1: Configure cEdge1-BETA System Parameters
  • [LAB] Task13.2: Configure cEdge1-BETA interface
  • [LAB] Lab#14: Enable Tunnel Interface on VPN0 Interfaces
  • [LAB] Task14.1: Enable Tunnel interface inside VPN0 on vManage, vBond, vSmart, vEdges /cEdges & allow service all, sshd and netconf
  • [LAB] Lab#15: Uploading viptela.serial file to vManage
  • [LAB] Task15.1: Upload viptela.serial file to vManage for registering vEdges and cEdges to vManage
  • [LAB] Lab#16: Register vEdge/cEdge to vManage
  • [LAB] Task16.1: Upload the Root certificate from vManage to vEdge/cEdge
  • [LAB] Task16.2: Install the Root certificate on vEdges/cEdge
  • [LAB] Task16.3: Activate vEdges/cEdge
  • [LAB] Task16.4: Once vEdge/cEdge are activated, check control connections from all vEdges/cEdges
  • [LAB] Lab#17: Configure Internal Routing on ETA|ZETA|DELTA|BETA Sites
  • [LAB] Task17.1: Configure basic ip addressing and Enable OSPF routing on SW1-ETA & SW2-ETA
  • [LAB] Task17.2: Configure Basic ip addressing and Enable BGP routing on SW1-DELTA & SW1-BETA
  • [LAB] Task17.3: Adding Configuration for extra MPLS link added on DELTA Site
Module 9: Lab Workbook (contd)
  • [LAB] Lab#18: Configure Feature Templates
  • [LAB] Task18.1: Configure Feature System template to be used by vEdges
  • [LAB] Task18.2: Configure Feature VPN0 template to be used by vEdges
  • [LAB] Task18.3: Configure Feature VPN0 Interface template (MPLS) to be used by vEdges
  • [LAB] Task18.4: Configure Feature VPN0 Interface template (INT) to be used by vEdges
  • [LAB] Task18.5: Configure Feature VPN0 Interface template (LTE) to be used by vEdges
  • [LAB] Task18.6: Configure Feature VPN512 template to be used by vEdges
  • [LAB] Task18.7: Configure Feature VPN512 Interface template to be used by vEdges
  • [LAB] Task18.8: Configure Feature VPN100 template to be used by vEdges
  • [LAB] Task18.9: Configure Feature VPN100 Interface template (SERVICE) to be used by vEdges
  • [LAB] Task18.10: Configure Feature VPN100 OSPF template to be used by vEdges
  • [LAB] Task18.11: Configure Feature VPN100 BGP template to be used by vEdges
  • [LAB] Task18.12: Configure Feature OMP template to be used by vEdges
  • [LAB] Lab#19: Configure Device Templates
  • [LAB] Task19.1: Configure Device Template used by vEdge ETA1 & vEdge ZETA1
  • [LAB] Task19.2: Attach Device Template to be used by vEdge ETA1 & vEdge ZETA1
  • [LAB] Task19.3: Configure Variables in Device Template to be used by vEdge ETA1 & vEdge ZETA1
  • [LAB] Task19.4: Apply Device Template to be used by vEdge ETA1 & vEdge ZETA1
  • [LAB] Task19.5: Configure Device Template used by vEdge1-DELTA
  • [LAB] Task19.6: Attach Device Template to be used by vEdge1-DELTA
  • [LAB] Task19.7: Configure Variables in Device Template to be used by vEdge1-DELTA
  • [LAB] Task19.8: Apply Device Template to be used by vEdge1-DELTA
  • [LAB] Lab#20: Verification on vEdge ETA | ZETA | DELTA Site
  • [LAB] Task20.1: Simulate traffic flow from vEdge1-ETA to vEdge1-ZETA
  • [LAB] Task20.2: Simulate traffic flow from vEdge1-DETA to vEdge1-ZETA
  • [LAB] Task20.3: Routing Table for VPN 100 shows all prefixes from all sites via OMP on vEdge1-ETA,vEdge1-ZETA, vEdge1-DELTA
  • [LAB] Task20.4: Ping & Traceroute from DELTA Switch to ETA | ZETA LAN Segment
Module 10: Lab Workbook (contd)
  • [LAB] Lab21: Configure CLI Template
  • [LAB] Task21.1: Configure vEdge ETA2 using CLI template
  • [LAB] Task21.2: Attach Device Template to be used by vEdge ETA2
  • [LAB] Task21.3: Configure Variables in Device Template to be used by vEdge ETA2
  • [LAB] Task21.4: Apply Device Template to be used by vEdge ETA2
  • [LAB] Lab22: Verification on vEdge-ETA2
  • [LAB] Task22.1: Simulate traffic flow from vEdge2-ETA to vEdge1-ZETA
  • [LAB] Task22.2: Routing Table for VPN 100 shows all prefixes from all sites via OMP on vEdge2-ETA
  • [LAB] Task22.3: Ping & Traceroute from ETA2 Switch to ZETA LAN Segment
  • [LAB] Lab23: Configure Feature Templates for CSR device
  • [LAB] Task23.1: Configure Feature System template to be used by cEdge
  • [LAB] Task23.2: Configure Feature VPN0 template to be used by CSR
  • [LAB] Task23.3: Configure Feature VPN0 Interface template (MPLS) to be used by cEdge
  • [LAB] Task23.4: Configure Feature VPN0 Interface template (INT) to be used by cEdge
  • [LAB] Task23.5: Configure Feature VPN512 template to be used by CSR
  • [LAB] Task23.6: Configure Feature VPN512 Interface template to be used by cEdges
  • [LAB] Task23.7: Configure Feature VPN100 template to be used by cEdges
  • [LAB] Task23.8: Configure Feature VPN100 Interface template (SERVICE) to be used by cEdges .
  • [LAB] Task23.9: Configure Feature VPN100 BGP template to be used by cEdges
  • [LAB] Task23.9: Configure Feature OMP template to be used by cEdges
  • [LAB] Lab24: Configure Device Template for cEdge
  • [LAB] Task24.1: Configure Device Template used by cEdge ETA2
  • [LAB] Task24.2: Attach Device Template to be used by cEdge BETA1
  • [LAB] Task24.3: Configure Variables in Device Template to be used by cEdge BETA
  • [LAB] Task24.4: Apply Device Template to be used by cEdge BETA1
  • [LAB] Lab25: Verification on cEDGE1-BETA
  • [LAB] Task25.1: Checking outbound-connections on cEDGE1-BETA and vEdge1-DELTA
  • [LAB] Task25.2: Verifying routes on SW1-BETA from other sites LAN Segment
  • [LAB] Task25.3: Ping & Traceroute from SW1-BETA to ZETA|ETA LAN Segments
  • [LAB] Lab26: Advertising TLOC EXT subnets in service provider networks
Module 11: Lab Workbook (contd)
  • [LAB] Task26.1: Advertised TLOC EXT Subnets on HQ1-ALPHA, MPLS and INTERNET
  • [LAB] Task26.2: Update Lab Diagram on GAMMA Site as per below Diagram
  • [LAB] Task26.3: Configure basic ip addressing and Enable OSPF routing on SW1-GAMMA
  • [LAB] Lab27: TLOC Extension Lab on GAMMA SITE
  • [LAB] Task27.1: Configure Feature VPN0 template to be used by vEdge1-GAMMA & vEdge2-GAMMA
  • [LAB] Task27.2: Configure Feature VPN0 Interface template (Extension-Interface) to be used by vEdges GAMMA1 & GAMMA2
  • [LAB] Task27.3: Configure Feature VPN0 Interface template (Tunnel-Interface) to be used by v Edges GAMMA1 & GAMMA2
  • [LAB] Lab28: Configure Device Templates for GAMMA1 and GAMMA2
  • [LAB] Task28.1: Configure Device Template used by vEdge1-GAMMA
  • [LAB] Task28.2: Attach Device Template to be used by vEdge1-GAMMA
  • [LAB] Task28.3: Configure Device Template used by vEdge2-GAMMA
  • [LAB] Task28.4: Attach Device Template to be used by vEdge2-GAMMA
  • [LAB] Lab29: Verification on vEdge1-GAMMA & vEdge2-GAMMA
  • [LAB] Task29.1: Checking omp tloc-advertised on vEdge1-GAMMA & vEdge2-GAMMA
  • [LAB] Task29.2: Checking omp tloc-paths on vSmart
  • [LAB] Lab30: VRRP Lab on GAMMA SITE
  • [LAB] Task30.1: Configure Feature vEdge-VPN100-SERVICE G0/3 template for VRRP to be used by vEdge1-GAMMA & vEdge2-GAMMA
  • [LAB] Task30.2: Configure Device Template and replace existing vEdge-VPN100-SERVICE-G0/3 by newly created VRRP Template (vEdge-VPN100-VRRP-SERVICE-G0/3) used by vEdge1-GAMMA
  • [LAB] Task30.4: Configure Device Template and replace existing vEdge-VPN100-SERVICE-G0/3 by newly created VRRP Template (vEdge-VPN100-VRRP-SERVICE-G0/3) used by vEdge2-GAMMA
  • [LAB] Task30.5: Verification of VRRP on vEdge1-GAMMA & vEdge2-GAMMA
  • [LAB] Lab31: Verify current Mode on vSmart (CLI / vManage) and apply a template if required
  • [LAB] Task31.1: Verify current mode on vSmart (CLI / vManage)
  • [LAB] Task31.2: Configure System Feature Template for vSmart
  • [LAB] Task31.3: Configure VPN0 Feature Template for vSmart
  • [LAB] Task31.4: Configure VPN0 Interface Feature Template for vSmart
  • [LAB] Task31.5: Configure VPN512 Feature Template for vSmart
  • [LAB] Task31.5: Configure VPN512 Interface Feature Template for vSmart
Module 12: Lab Workbook (contd)
  • [LAB] Task31.6: Configure Device Template for vSmart
  • [LAB] Task31.7: Attach Device Template to be used by vSmart
  • [LAB] Task31.8: Configure Variables in Device Template to be used by vSmart
  • [LAB] Task31.9: Apply Device Template to be used by vSmart
  • [LAB] Task31.10: Verify new mode on vSmart (CLI / vManage)
  • [LAB] Lab32: Control Plane Policy – Blocking Subnets
  • [LAB] Task32.1: Create Lists
  • [LAB] Task32.2: Create Topology (Control Policies)
  • [LAB] Task32.3: Add Policy
  • [LAB] Task32.4: Pre-Verification // Verify routes from Delta LAN Segment to SW2-ETA
  • [LAB] Task32.5: Activate the policy
  • [LAB] Task32.6: Post-Verification || Verify routes from Delta LAN Segment to SW2-ETA
  • [LAB] Lab33: Data Plane Policy – Blocking Telnet Access
  • [LAB] Task33.1: Create Lists
  • [LAB] Task33.2: Create Traffic Rules (Data Policies)
  • [LAB] Task33.3: Pre-Verification // Verify telnet from Delta Site to Zeta Site
  • [LAB] Task33.4: Activate the policy .
  • [LAB] Task33.5: Post-Verification // Verify telnet from Delta Site to Zeta Site
  • [LAB] Lab34: Hub & Spoke Topology
  • [LAB] Task34.1: Create Lists .
  • [LAB] Task34.2: Create Topology (Hub & Spoke Policy)
  • [LAB] Task34.3: Add Policy
  • [LAB] Task34.4: Activate the policy
  • [LAB] Task34.5: Post-Verification || Verify Routes Again
  • [LAB] Task34.6: Copy & Configure Feature VPN100 template to be used by vEdge1-Delta
  • [LAB] Task34.7: Edit Device Template used by vEdge1-DELTA
  • [LAB] Lab35: Application Aware Routing
  • [LAB] Task35.1: Create Lists
  • [LAB] Task35.2: Create Traffic Rules (Data Policies)
  • [LAB] Task35.3: Add Policy
  • [LAB] Task35.4: Pre-Verification || Verify path from ZETA to DELTA Site
  • [LAB] Task35.5: Activate the policy
  • [LAB] Task35.6: Post-Verification || Verify path from ZETA to DELTA Site after Policy
  • [LAB] Task35.7: Post-Verification After SLA breached|| Verify path from ZETA to DELTA Site after Policy

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SD-WAN is a software-defined approach to managing the WAN.

Key advantages include:

– Reducing costs with transport independence across MPLS, 4G/5G LTE, and other connection types.
– Improving application performance and increasing agility.
– Optimizing user experience and efficiency for software-as-a-service (SaaS) and public-cloud applications.
– Simplifying operations with automation and cloud-based management.

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Course Name:CISCO SDWAN 300-415 ENSDWI
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Mode Of Training:Both LIVE, Self-paced Available, refer FAQs​
Material:Classnotes, Workbook, PDF provided​
Lab Access:300 Hrs Lab Access provided​ with each course track
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