Cisco SD-WAN Bootcamp

Course Description

This course is divided into 4 distinct sections to provide a complete knowledge transfer. This course provides students with an opportunity to get a jump start on gaining in-depth hands-on experience both from features & capabilities and deployment & provisioning of the Cisco SDWAN (Viptela) solution through a series of lab exercises. This course is built and delivered by subject matter experts (SME) who are “neck-deep” with Cisco SDWAN Solution and cover many lessons learned in this journey.

Course Type

Instructor-led course (onsite/remote)

  • Basic knowledge of IP/MPLS Technologies
  • Familiarity with Wide Area Networking Concepts


5 Day *Customized curriculums available

Course Objectives

Cisco SDWAN Bootcamp covers following topics:

  • Business Insights
    1. Business Value
    2. Competitive Landscape
    3. Solution Positioning
  • Solutions Insights
    1. Virtual Private Network (VPN)
    2. Overlay Management Protocol (OMP)
    3. Transport Locator (TLOC)
    4. Templates
    6. Policies
    7. Application Aware Routing (AAR)
  • Deployment Insights
    1. Plan
    2. Design
    3. Test
    4. Implement
    5. Validate
    6. Operate
  • Hands-on Labs
    1. Configure, Test and Validate the SDWAN Solution
         • VPN Deployment
         • Overlay Management Protocol (OMP)
         • VPN Segmentation
         • WAN Edge Deployment
         • Feature Templates Creation
        • Device Templates Creation
         • Policy Creation
              a. Hub and Spoke Topology
              b. Application Aware Routing (AAR)
              c. Direct Internet Access (DIA)
              d. Cloud OnRamp for SaaS
              e. Cloud OnRamp for IaaS
         • Common Use-case Deployment
              a. Secure Automated WAN
              b. Application Performance Optimization
              c. Secure Direct Internet Access
              d. Cloud OnRamp for IaaS
              e. Cloud OnRamp for SaaS
  • Building a BOM & SOW
    1. Scoping Questionnaire
          • Identifying Customer Requirement
          • Identifying General Requirement
    2. Bill of Material (BOM)
          • Identifying Hardware and Software
          • Identifying General Requirement
    3. Scope of Work (SOW)
          • Identifying Services Requirements
          • Building a SOW
  • Conclusion
    1. Key Takeaways
    2. Next Steps

The primary audience for this course are:

  • Sales & Systems Engineers
  • Network Architects & Engineers

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