Implementing Cisco Quality of Service Training v2.5 | Cisco QOS Training

Implementing Cisco Quality of Service Training v2.5 (QOS)


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QOS v2.5 includes several updates and aligns to a minimally updated blueprint. In comparison to the previous version, all graphics have been updated and content flow has been changed to reduce the amount of slides covered during Implementing Cisco Quality of Service Training v2.5 | Cisco QOS Training course delivery. Several topics have been removed, while some topics, such as Cisco AutoQoS, QoS monitoring, and Campus QoS have been added or expanded. Course content has been adapted to Cisco IOS Software Release 15 and technically updated. Labs were expanded and reflect an updated topology and current networking gear.

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Audience/Target Group

Pre- and post-sales technical engineers responsible for designing, implementing, or troubleshooting networks
Network architects responsible for designing multiservice networks to carry voice, video, and data traffic in enterprise or service provider environments
Advanced Unified Communications Specialization
Master UC Specialization
Master Telepresence ATP

Implementing Cisco Quality of Service Training v2.5 | Cisco QOS TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 5 days

Skilled Gained:

Explain the need for QoS, describe the fundamentals of QoS policy, and identify and describe the different models that are used for ensuring QoS in a network
Explain the use of MQC and AutoQoS to implement QoS on the network and describe some of the mechanisms used to monitor QoS implementations
Given a converged network and a policy defining QoS on the network and describe some of the mechanisms used to monitor QoS implementations
Use Cisco QoS queing mechanisms to manage network congestion
Use Cisco QoS congestion avoidance mechanisms to reduce the effects of congestion on the network
Use Cisco QoS traffic policing and traffic shaping mechanisms to effectively limit the rate of network traffic
Given a low speed WAN link, use Cisco link efficiency mechanisms to improve the bandwidth efficiency of the link
Describe the recommended best practices and methods used for end-to-end QoS deployment in the enterprise

Course Content:

Module 1 Introduction of QoS

Review Converged Networks
Understand QoS
Describe Best-Effort and Integrated Services Models
Describe the Differentiated Services Model

Module 2 Implement and Monitor QoS

MQC Introduction
Monitor QoS
Define Campus AutoQoS
Define WAN AutoQoS

Module 3 Classification and Marking

Classification and Marking Overview
MQC for Classification and Marking
NBAR for Classification
Use of QoS Preclassify
Campus Classification and Marking

Module 4 Congestion Management

Queuing Introduction
Configure WFQ
Configure CBWFQ and LLQ
Configure Campus Congestion Management

Module 5 Congestion Avoidance

Congestion Avoidance Introduction
Configure Class-Based WRED
Configure ECN
Describe Campus-Based Congestion Avoidance

Module 6 Traffic Policing and Shaping

Traffic Policing and Shaping Overview
Configure Class-Based Policing
Campus Policing
Configure Class-Based Shaping
Configure Class-Based Shaping on Frame Relay Interfaces
Configure Frame Relay Voice-Adaptive Traffic Shaping and Fragmentation

Module 7 Link Efficiency Mechanisms

Link Efficiency Mechanisms Overview
Configure Class-Based Header Compression
Configure LFI

Module 8 Deploying End-to-End QoS

Apply Best Practices for QoS Policy Design
End-to-End QoS Deployments

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