QOS - Implementing Cisco Quality of Service On-Site Training
QOS - Implementing Cisco Quality of Service
This Authorized Cisco 5-day course gives you the knowledge and skills required to design, implement, and troubleshoot Quality of Service (QoS) on a network. The course addresses the essential QoS technologies and applications for both Service Provider and Enterprise networks. Successful implementation of the techniques taught in this course will have a dramatic impact on critical network application performance.
What You'll Learn
Who Should Attend
Network professionals interested in deploying state-of-the-art QoS techniques to support multimedia traffic would benefit from this course.
ICND or equivalent experience.
1. Introduction to IP QoS
2. The Building Blocks of IP QoS
3. Introduction to Modular QoS CLI and AutoQoS
4. Classification and Marking
5. Congestion Management
6. Congestion Avoidance
7. Traffic Policing and Shaping
8. Link Efficiency Mechanisms
9. QoS Best Practices
100% Enhanced Hands-On Labs
Our QoS labs are based on real VoIP and data rather than on simulated traffic. Cisco IP phones are used for voice calls in the classroom.
Lab 1: QoS Lab Setup and Initialization
Initial router and switch configuration; familiarization with the lab environment.
Lab 2: Baseline QoS Measurement
Network performance testing with and without application traffic loads.
Lab 3: Classification and Marking Using MQC
Configure MQC classification using ACLs. Configure and monitor Class-Based Marking.
Lab 4: Classification Using NBAR
Configure NBAR protocol discovery. Configure MQC Classification via NBAR.
Lab 5: LAN-Based Packet Classification and Marking
Configure Catalyst trust boundaries and COS-to-DSCP mapping. Configure MQC classification and marking on Catalyst switch.
Lab 6: Configuring QoS Pre-Classify
Configure QoS pre-classify on a router using a GRE tunnel. Monitor the operation of QoS pre-classification.
Lab 7: Configuring Basic Queuing
Configure FIFO queuing on WAN routers. Configure WFQ queuing on WAN routers. Measure and analyze network performance.
Lab 8: Configuring LLQ
Configure LLQ on a WAN router to provide bandwidth and latency guarantees. Measure and analyze the results.
Lab 9: Queuing on Catalyst Switches
Configure COS-to-queue mapping on the Catalyst 2950 switch. Configure and monitor WRR queuing on the Catalyst 2950.
Lab 10: Configuring DSCP-Based WRED
Configure and monitor DSCP-Based CB-WRED. Add Explicit Congestion Notification (ECN).
Lab 11: Configuring Class-Based Policing
Configure CB-Policing and analyze the results.
Lab 12: Configuring Class-Based Shaping
Configure CB-Shaping and analyze the results.
Lab 13: Configuring Class-Based Header Compression
Configure and monitor Class-Based RTP header compression on a PPP WAN link.
Lab 14: Configuring LFI
Configure and monitor link fragmentation and interleaving on a PPP WAN link.
Lab 15: Configuring QoS with AutoQoS for VoIP
Configure AutoQoS on WAN routers and monitor the results. Configure AutoQoS on Catalyst access switches and monitor the results.
Lab 16: Exclusive - Auto QoS for the Enterprise (Optional)
Use the Auto QoS for the Enterprise feature on Cisco routers to automatically configure QoS for data, voice, and video applications.
Lab 17: Exclusive -< Catalyst Inline Power (Optional)
Lab 18: Clean Up
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