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NMENPI - Managing Enterprise Networks with Cisco Prime Infrastructure (NMENPI)

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Cisco Prime Infrastructure is a unified solution that allows students to manage the network, devices, applications, and users from one place thus simplifying the management of both wired and wireless networks. This five day course is designed to establish a strong foundation in managing the full range of Cisco wired and wireless infrastructure using Prime Infrastructure v3.1.

During this course students will explore the Application Visibility and Control capabilities of Prime Infrastructure through monitoring and troubleshooting problems on the network. This course puts the student in the context of a realistic customer scenario and covers every aspect of Cisco Prime Infrastructure Lifecycle management approach. Students will create sites and maps, deploy configurations, perform device discover, as well as set alarms and troubleshoot network and application issues.

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Prerequisites


In order to fully benefit from this course, it is strongly recommended that students have the following prior to enrollment:
  • Experience in wired and wireless network management
  • Experience with wired and wireless network management terminology
  • CCNA-Wireless and CCNA-Route/Switch level knowledge
  • Previous training in and/or experience with CiscoWorks, Network Control System (NCS), or Wireless Control System (WCS)

Detailed Class Syllabus


Module 1: Cisco Prime Infrastructure 3.1 Overview


Lesson 1: Defining Network Management
Lesson 2: Exploring the Network Management Process
Lesson 3: Introducing Cisco Prime Infrastructure 3.1
Lesson 4: Installing Cisco Prime Infrastructure 3.1
Lesson 5: Getting Started with Cisco Prime Infrastructure
Lesson 6: Configuring Initial Server Settings
Lesson 7: Managing Virtual Domains and Users

Module 2: Inventory Managementc


Lesson 1: Discovering the Network
Lesson 2: Managing the Network Inventory
Lesson 3: Managing Groups
Lesson 4: Managing Compute Devices
Lesson 5: Managing Network Device Software Images

Module 3: Map the Network


Lesson 1: Managing Wireless Maps
Lesson 2: Managing Network Topology Maps

Module 4: Configuration Management


Lesson 1: Modifying Configuration Archive Settings
Lesson 2: Managing the Configuration Archive
Lesson 3: Managing Templates for Wired Devices
Lesson 4: Managing Templates for Wireless Devices