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Building Cisco Remote Access Networks

Course Details:

  • Days: 5
  • Course Code: CIBCRAN
  • Booking: Please ring 08450 504 505

Overview

This course covers the fundamental and practical knowledge needed to implement Cisco Remote Access Network environments. Delegates will discuss important topics like installing and configuring Cisco’s 766, 1720’s, and 3640’s routers for remote access Multilink PPP and Network Address Translation (NAT). Delegates will also learn to design and implement a remote access network using Cisco equipment.

Prerequisites

Delegates should have Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices (ICND) or equivalent knowledge is required for this course.

Delegates will learn how to

  • Configure Windows 95 PCs for dial-up connections
  • Configure ISDN, BRI, and PRI
  • Understand PPP Authentications, Multilink, and Callback
  • Understand high speed networking technologies
  • Configure dial-on-demand routing
  • Manage Remote access networks
  • Understand Frame relay - traffic shaping

Outline

BUILDING REMOTE ACCESS NETWORKS INTRODUCTION:

WAN specification; WAN connections; permanent/dial up connections; using Cisco’s Web site

CISCO SOLUTIONS TO REMOTE ACCESS NEEDS:

Cisco products for remote connections; assembling and cabling the WAN components; telecommuting; remote access; small routers and access servers; interoffice; mid-size routers

ENABLING ON DEMAND CONNECTIONS:

Configuring asynchronous connections with modems; accessing the central site with Windows 95; modem AT commands

CONTROLLING NETWORK ACCESS:

Configuring PPP; PAP and CHAP; dial on demand routing; dial backup; WAN optimisation; callback with PPPACCESSING THE CENTRAL SITE WITH WINDOWS 95: Configure Windows 95 dial-up connection; verify Windows 95 dial-up connection

ENHANCING ON DEMAND CONNECTIVITY:

Using ISDN to enhance remote connectivity; using DDR to enhance remote connectivity; optimising use of DDR interfaces

OPTIMISING THE USE OF DDR INTERFACES:

DDR overview; configuring DDR; dialler profile overview; configure dialler profile; verify dialler profile configuration

CONFIGURING A CISCO 700 SERIES ROUTER:

Cisco 700 series overview; configure a 700 series router

ENABLING PERMANENT CONNECTIONS TO THE CENTRAL SITE:

Establishing an X.25 connection; establishing a dedicated frame relay connections; controlling traffic flow with traffic shaping; enabling a backup to the permanent connection; optimising traffic on dedicated WAN connections

MANAGING NETWORK PERFORMANCE:

Queuing; weighted fair queuing; overview; configuration; priority queuing; custom queuing; verifying queuing operation; compression; optimising traffic flow

SCALING IP ADDRESSES USING NAT AND AAA AUTHENTICATION:

Scaling IP networks with PAT; scaling IP networks with NAT; using AAA to scale access control in an expanding network

TROUBLESHOOTING:

Meaning of useful show commands; common debug command

 

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