Instructorctclc admin
TypeOnline Course
Duration
2 Days
Methods of Delivery
ILT, VIRTUAL, On-Site
Price$2795.00
Buy NowBook Now

This 2-day Cisco course provide students with the skills to configure, optimize, and troubleshoot a Cisco Meraki solution. Students will learn how to install and optimize Meraki MS Switches. Students will also learn how to configure the Meraki Dashboard. Student will troubleshoot and configure the Meraki environment and learn how to diagnose and resolve user and Network issues that may arise.

Why Attend With Current Technologies CLC

  • Our Instructors are the top 10% rated by Cisco
  • Our Lab has a dedicated 500 Mbps Fiber Connection
  • Our Lab Run up to Date version of Code on our Servers

Course Objectives

Who Should Attend

Prerequisites

Course Outline

Download Outline

Following completion of this course, students will understand, Install, Configure, Monitor, and Troubleshoot the following:

  • Navigate and Configure the dashboard
  • Add MX/MS devices to the Dashboard
  • Understand and Configure Configuration Templates
  • Understand and Configure Group Policies
  • Manage/Configure/Integrate Users and Radius Policies
  • Configure, Monitor, and Troubleshoot MS Switches
  • Troubleshoot devices and Connectivity

The primary audience for this course is as follows:

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

None required

Course Overview

Module 1: Introduction to Meraki

  • The Meraki Mission
  • Cisco Meraki: Bringing the Cloud to Enterprise Networks
  • Cloud-Managed Networking Architecture
  • Benefits of a Cloud-Based Solution
  • The Meraki Full Stack: New and Unique Value Proposition
  • Meraki Deployment – How it works
  • Why Customers Choose Meraki
  • Meraki MS Switches Overview
  • Meraki MX Security Appliances Overview
  • Meraki SD-WAN Overview
  • Meraki MR Wireless Access Points Overview
  • Cisco Meraki Systems Manager Overview
  • Cisco Meraki MV Vision Security Cameras Overview
  • Meraki API Overview
  • Meraki Licensing
  • Enterprise Support
  • Cisco Meraki Documentation

Module 2: Cloud Management with the Meraki Dashboard

  • The Cisco Meraki Dashboard
  • Dashboard: Organizational Structure
  • Out-of-band Cloud Management
  • Loss of Connectivity to the Cisco Meraki Cloud
  • Meraki Dashboard Logins
  • Create Dashboard Accounts and Organization
  • MSP Logins – Manage Multiple Organizations
  • Modify an Organization
  • View Organizations Health
  • Meraki Dashboard Best Practices
  • Dashboard Search
  • Meraki Help
  • Organizational Wide Settings
    •  Configure
      • Configuring Organizational Wide Settings
      • Using Configuration Sync to View and Copy Settings
      • Administrators
      • Configuring and Monitoring Licensing
      • Creating Bulk Networks
      • Creating and Managing Networks (sites)
      • Managing the Meraki Inventory
    •  Monitor
      • Overview
      • Monitoring the Change log
      • Monitoring Login Attempts
      • Monitoring the Security Center
      • Using Location Analytics
      • Monitoring VPN Status
      • Scheduling and Managing Firmware
      • Using the Summary Report
    • Create and Manage Configuration Templates
      • Understand Configuration Templates
      • VLAN Templates
      • Attach Network to Configuration Templates
  • Network Wide Settings
    •  Configure
      • Configuring Network Wide General Settings
        • Traffic Analysis
        • Location and Scanning
        • Configuring CloudShark for Capturing Traffic
        • Manage the Local Status Page
        • Manage Syslog, SNMP, Location, and NetFlow Services
        • Managing Network Admins and Guest Ambassadors
        • Managing Network Users
        • Managing Port Management Privileges
        • Configuring Group Policies
        • Adding Devices to the Network
      • Monitoring Networks
        • Monitoring Clients
        • Monitoring Traffic Analytics
        • Displaying and Exploring the Meraki Topology
        • Performing Packet Captures
        • Using the event Log to Perform Troubleshooting

Module 3: Meraki Switching

  • MS Switch Platforms and Features
  • MS Feature: Multi-gigabit Ethernet
  • Cisco Meraki MS Access Switches
    • Meraki MS 120/220 Switch Family
    • Meraki MS 210/225 Switch Family
    • Meraki MS 210/225 Switch Family
    • Meraki MS 350/350X Switch Family
  • Cisco Meraki MS Aggregation Switches
    • Meraki MS 410 Switch Family
    • Meraki MS 425 10 GB Switch Family
  • Using Tags to search, monitor and configure Meraki Switches
  • Meraki Switch Configuration
    • Add a Switch to the Network
    • Configuring Switch Stacks
    • Configuring Warm Spare and VRRP
    • VLAN Configuration
    • Configuring Layer 2 and Layer 3
      • Configuring Static Routing
      • Configuring OSPF
    • Configuring Access Control Lists (ACL)
    • Configuring Access Policies (802.1X)
      • Integrating Radius and ISE with Access Policies
    • Configuring DHCP Servers on Switches
    • Configuring Spanning Tree
    • Configuring Quality of Service
    • Configuring Switch MTU
    • Configuring Multicast Routing
      • Internet Group Management Protocol
  • Port Configuration
    • Configuring Ports on a Switch
    • Configuring Ports using Ranges and Search Criteria
    • Configuring Ports on a Switch Stack
    • Configure Link Aggregation on a Switch
    • Configuring Port Schedules
    • Configuring Access Policies
    • Configure Port Mirroring
  • Meraki Switch Monitoring
    • Monitoring Switch Status
    • Monitoring Switch Port Status
    • Monitoring Real-time and Historical Data
    • Monitoring DHCP on the Switch
    • Monitoring Power
    • Monitoring DHCP and Routing
    • Monitoring Event Logs
  • Troubleshooting Tools
    • Turn on Switch Blinking for Switch Identification
    • Performing Packet Captures
    • Performing Cable Tests
    • Performing Port Reset
    • Performing Throughput Tests
    • Performing device Reboots
    • Using ARP and Route Tables for Troubleshooting
    • Troubleshoot using Ping and Traceroutes
  • Managing Firmware Upgrades

LABS

Lab 1: Configuring the Organization

  • Configure Organizational Settings
  • Add All Devices to Organization
  • Create Networks
  • Manage Network-Wide Settings
  • Create group Policies
  • Manage Firmware Upgrades
  • Create Templates
  • Manage VLAN Templates
  • Bind Templates to Networks

Lab 2: Configuring MS Switches

  • Switch Configuration
    • Configure Basic Switch Settings
    • Configure Switch Stack
    • Configure Spanning Tree
    • Create Layer 3 Interfaces
    • Configure DHCP server
    • Create a Static Route
    • Configure OSPF Routing
    • Configure ACLs
    • Create Access Policies
    • Configuring Packet Captures
    • Configure Port Policies
  • Configure Switch Using a Network Template
    • Configure Spanning Tree
    • Create Layer 3 Interfaces
    • Create a Static Route
    • Configure OSPF Routing
    • Configure ACLs
    • Create Access Policies
  • Configuring Ports
    • Configure Trunk Ports
    • Configure Access Ports
    • Set VLAN on Multiple Ports
    • Configure Link Aggregation
    • Configure Port Schedules
    • Configure Port Mirroring
  • Meraki Switch Monitoring
    • Monitoring Switch Status
    • Monitoring Switch Port Status
    • Monitoring Real-time and Historical Data
    • Monitoring DHCP on the Switch
    • Monitoring Power
    • Monitoring DHCP and Routing
    • Monitoring Event Logs
    • Summary Reports
  • Troubleshooting Tools
    • Turn on Switch Blinking for Switch Identification
    • Performing Packet Captures
    • Performing Cable Tests
    • Performing Port Reset
    • Performing Throughput Tests
    • Performing device Reboots
    • Using ARP and Route Tables for Troubleshooting
    • Troubleshoot using Ping and Traceroutes
  • Managing Firmware Upgrades

Installing and Configuring Meraki MS Switch Appliances (ICM-SA-CT)