Implementing and Configuring Meraki Technologies

ICMT-CT

Résumé

This course familiarizes individuals with networking concepts and demonstrates how to effectively use Meraki products to build a comprehensive network.

Contenu du cours

Module 1 : Cisco/Meraki Product Line Introduction

  • MS - Switching

  • MR - Wireless LAN

  • MX - Security

  • MV – Camera

  • MC - Voice

  • SD-WAN

 

Module 2 : Cisco/Meraki Cloud Management

  • Introduction to cloud management

    • What traffic is sent to the cloud?

    • What happens if we lose connectivity to the cloud?

  • The dashboard and navigation

  • Organizations & Networks – what is the difference and how to use them

  • System-wide parameters (organization parameters)

    • Basic Monitoring

    • Basic Configuration

    • Inventory and Licensing

 

Module 3 : Cisco/Meraki Dashboard Administration

  • Creating and implementing maps

  • Summary Report and Auto Generation Reports

  • Adding administrators and tweaking security levels

  • Using Tags and Configuring Alerting (SNMP, email)

  • Adding admins, configuring reports, and alerts

  • Firmware Management

  • Configuring Authentication

    • AD

    • Google

    • Facebook

    • RADIUS

  • Lab 1

    • Create an Organization and give student login IDs permission – Instructor Only

    • Explore the Dashboard

    • Add items to inventory

    • Create Networks and add items to the network

  • Lab 2

    • Configuring external authentication

      • Switching

        • Access policies

        • Port scheduling

        • IPv4 ACLs

    • Configuring Group Policies

      • Configuring group policies and switching restrictions

      • Using Configuration Templates

    • Device Replacement

    • Location Analytics

    • Other advanced analytics

 

Module 4 : Cisco/Meraki Switching

  • Review switching basics

    • How a switch works (MAC addresses / Frames, etc.)

    • Port Speeds and Port Types (speed/duplex, uplinks, copper, fiber, etc.)

    • Trunking (802.1q)

  • Review Meraki L2 Switch Models

  • Configuring Meraki Switches

    • Port

    • Trunk?

    • Labels?

    • Tags?

    • Reviewing dashboard statistics

  • Troubleshooting / Diagnostics

  • Lab 3

    • Basic Switch Configuration (switching)

    • Basic Troubleshooting and Diagnostics

      • Locate client/MAC address

      • Review node utilization/behavior

      • Review the event log

      • Tools

      • Packet Capture?

 

Module 5 : Cisco/Meraki Routing

  • Review routing basic (IP Addresses, Networks and Masks, OSPF, etc.)

  • Review Meraki L3 switch Models

  • Configuring Meraki Switches for Routing

    • Inter VLAN routing

    • OSPF routing (to shared router resource)

    • Reviewing dashboard statistics

  • Lab 4

    • Switch Configuration (routing)

      • VLAN

      • Trunking

      • Inter VLAN routing

      • OSPF routing?

 

Module 6 : Cisco/Meraki Wireless

  • Review Wireless Basics

    • 802.11a/b/g/n/ac

    • MIMO

    • Frequency

    • Signal propagation and interference issues

    • Guest vs. Trusted users

    • SSIDs

    • Air Marshall

  • Meraki Wireless Product Review

  • Performing a Site Survey

  • Configuring Access Points

    • SSIDs

      • b/w limit

      • client IP assignment

      • access control

      • etc.

    • access control

    • Radio settings

    • Reviewing dashboard statistics

  • Lab 5

    • Basic AP configuration

      • Name

      • Place on a map

      • Set it up for auto RRM (technically not the term Meraki uses)

      • Create trusted SSID

    • Configure AP for Guest use

      • Splash page

      • Access control

      • Limited hours

      • Traffic shaping

    • Using the heatmap and locating devices?

 

Module 7 : Cisco/Meraki Firewalls/Security

  • Review firewall basics

    • How a firewall works

    • Block everything? Block only bad thing?

    • NAT/PAT

    • Etc.

  • Meraki Firewall Model Review

  • Configuring a Meraki Firewall

  • First time configuration / Manual configuration to Internet

    • DHCP for clients

    • Internet Access – NAT/PAT

    • Addressing and VLANs

    • Firewall

    • VPN (site-to-site, client)

    • Active directory integration and identity group policies

    • Traffic shaping

    • AMP and IPS

    • Content Filtering

    • Access Control / Splash Page

    • Wireless Concentrator

    • AWS Connectivity

    • Reviewing dashboard statistics

  • Lab 6

    • Basic Firewall Configuration

      • Initial IP addressing

      • Name/location

      • NAT/PAT

      • DHCP

    • Threat Protection

      • Turn on AMP and IPS

      • Modify rulesets and show some behaviors/alerts

    • Content Filtering and Traffic Shaping

      • Block/allow certain web sites

      • Block/allow certain categories of sites

      • Restrict b/w for certain types of applications

    • Access Control / Splash Page

      • Turn on access control and show a splash page to gain access

    • Site-to-Site VPN

      • Create a full mesh of the pods using VPN configuration

    • User VPN

      • Configure a user VPN and connect into the network via the dynamic URL?

 

Module 8 : IP Cameras

  • MV21 vs MV71

  • Installing Cameras

  • Adding Cameras to the Dashboard

  • Managing MV Cameras

    • Focusing Cameras

    • Motion-based Retention

    • Troubleshooting IR Reflection

    • HTTP Live Streaming

    • Video Retention

    • Scheduled Recording

  • Troubleshooting Cameras

  • Lab 7

    • Configuring MV Camera

    • Setup Streaming

    • Manage Recording?

 

Module 9 : Meraki Communications

  • QOS

    • QoS at the Switch Level

    • QoS on the MX Security Appliance

    • QoS on the ISR

  • Voice Security

    • Access Control MS

    • Content Control MX

  • Deploying Meraki MC74 Phones

  • Deploying Cisco IP Phones to CUCM

  • Deploying Voice Features

    • Programming Features

    • Setting up Voice Mail

    • Creating an IVR

    • Call Parking

    • Broadcast Announcement Groups

    • Conference Rooms

    • Call Groups (Hunt Groups)

    • Call Forwarding

    • Music on Hold

    • E911

    • Headsets

  • End User

    • Configuring and Using the Phone Portal

    • Managing personal Voicemail Greetings

    • Ad-hoc Conferences

    • Adding Phone Favorites

    • Sending Voicemails to Email

    • Managing personal Voicemail Greetings

    • Locking Phones with a Passcode

    • Using the Meraki Click-to-Call Browser Extension

  • Lab 8

    • Configuring Voice Communications

    • Configuring Voice Features

 

Module 10 : Meraki Systems Manager

  • Controlling Wireless Device Policies

  • Enrolling Devices

  • Apps

  • Profiles

  • Tags

  • Security Policies

  • Geofencing Policies

  • Lab 9

  • Creating a Wireless Policy for apple and android devices

 

Module 11 : Meraki SDWAN

  • What is SD-WAN?

  • Concentrator Mode

    • One-Armed Concentrator

    • NAT Mode Concentrator

  • VPN Topology

  • Split Tunnel

  • Full Tunnel

  • Hub and Spoke

  • VPN Mesh

  • Datacenter Redundancy (DC-DC Failover)

  • Warm Spare (High Availability) for VPN concentrators

  • Connection Monitor

  • Dual-Active VPN uplinks

  • Policy-based Routing

  • Dynamic Path Selection

    • Performance Probes

  • SD-WAN Objectives

  • Example Topology

  • High Level Traffic Flow

  • SD-WAN Technologies

  • Deploying a one-armed concentrator

  • Dashboard Configuration

    • NAT traversal

    • Adding warm spare

      • Topology

      • Behavior

      • Dashboard Configuration

    • Configuring OSPF Route Advertisement

    • Behavior

    • Dashboard Configuration

  • Other Datacenter Configuration

  • MX IP Assignment

  • Upstream Considerations

    • Routing

    • Firewall considerations

  • Datacenter Redundancy (DC-DC Failover)

  • High-level architecture

  • Failover Times

  • Datacenter Deployment

  • Branch Deployment

    • Configuring AutoVPN at the branch

      • Prerequisites

        • WAN Interface Configuration

        • Subnet Configuration

      • Configuring AutoVPN

      • Configuring Hub and Spoke VPN

      • Configuring Allowed Networks

      • NAT Traversal

    • Adding performance and policy rules

    • Best for VoIP

    • Load Balance Video

    • PbR with Performance Failover for Web traffic

    • Layer 7 Classification

      • Best for VoIP

  • Lab 10

    • Configure SDWAN Between MX Routers

    • Setup Streaming

    • Manage Recording

 

Module 12 : Meraki Support

  • Getting support for Meraki

  • Finding the Right Documentation

  • Posting in the Community

  • Troubleshooting Meraki Connectivity Issues

  • Resetting Devices

Durée 

5 jours soit 35 heures

Prix public

  • Sur demande

Dates à Paris

  • Sur demande

Public visé

  • IT Staff and Managers

  • Network and systems personnel and engineers

  • Small to mid-sized organizations that require fundamental knowledge on networking terms/concepts and configuration guidance for Meraki equipment.


This also includes organizations looking to implement remote sites, provide a guest wireless solution, and collect user analytics

Objectifs

  • Deploy and Manage a Meraki Network using the Meraki Dashboard

  • Deploy, Manage, Monitor and Troubleshoot Meraki MS Switches

  • Deploy, Manage, Monitor and Troubleshoot Meraki MR Wireless Access Points

  • Deploy, Manage, Monitor and Troubleshoot Meraki MX Firewall Appliances

  • Deploy, Manage, Monitor and Troubleshoot Meraki MV IP Video Cameras

  • Deploy, Manage, Monitor and Troubleshoot Meraki MC Phones

  • Deploy, Manage, Monitor and Troubleshoot Meraki Systems Manager

  • Deploy, Manage, Monitor and Troubleshoot Meraki SDWAN ICMT

Pré requis

Connaître les fondamentaux du réseaux et du WiFi Meraki

Méthode et Moyens Pédagogiques

Ce cours allie théorie, démonstrations, discussions interactives mais aussi exercices pratiques.
Un support de cours est remis à chaque participant.
Les exercices se basent sur des labs disponible à distance.

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