Cisco ONS 15454 Carrier Packet Transport (CPT20)

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Cisco ONS 15454 Carrier Packet Transport (CPT20)
  • Cisco ONS 15454 Carrier Packet Transport (CPT20)

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    5 Days Course

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    Course Details

    Operational Foundations for Cisco Service Provider Core Networks (OFCN) 1.0

    The Cisco® ONS 15454 Carrier Packet Transport Release 9.5.12 Version 1 instructor-led course offered by High-Touch Delivery Learning Services is a lab-intensive course that introduces you to the Cisco Carrier Packet Transport (CPT) network. You will learn about the M6 and M2 shelf hardware installation, power connections, and network connection. You will learn about the CPT 600, CPT 200, and CPT 50 Satellite. The course covers the four kinds of Ethernet virtual circuits (EVCs: Ethernet private line, Ethernet virtual private line, Ethernet private LAN, and Ethernet virtual private LAN).

    There is a section on how to install connections to an external router network and how to configure EVCs to it. You will learn how to set up the network for Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) Transport Protocol (TP) and install MPLS-TP tunnels, Ethernet pseudowires and virtual private LAN services (VPLS), which are multipoint pseudowire. New to this version of the course are how constant bit-rate services, such as T1 and T3, are carried via EVC and pseudowire and how SyncE is configured in the CPT network. The last section covers integrated dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM), where DWDM is configured in the same chassis with CPT.

    Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

    • Connect and configure a Cisco ONS 15454 M6 chassis
    • Install the fanout group connection to the CPT 50 Satellite
    • Install provisionable patch cords between CPT600/200 nodes
    • Configure generic communication channel (GCC) between nodes
    • Create EVCs
    • Install node settings for MPLS-TP
    • Create MPLS-TP tunnels and Ethernet pseudowires
    • Install and test quality of service in the CPT network
    • Create VPLS circuits
    • Install interfaces to external router network
    • Install SyncE in the CPT network
    • Configure T1 circuits using EVC and pseudowire
    • Install integrated DWDM and create satellite links over DWDM network
    • Examine license information in the CPT-50 Satellite
    • Troubleshoot the CPT network

    Course Outline

    • Module 1: CPT Hardware Fundamentals
    • Module 2: CPT Software Fundamentals
    • Module 3: Network Configuration Spans, PPCs and GCCs
    • Module 4: Configuration for EVCs
    • Module 5: Configuration for MPLS-TP
    • Module 6: Installing MPLS-TP Tunnels and Pseudowires
    • Module 7: Quality of Service for CPT
    • Module 8: CPT Virtual Private LAN Service
    • Module 9: CPT Router Interface
    • Module 10: SyncE and Constant Bit-Rate Circuits
    • Module 11: Embedded Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing
    • Module 12: Verifying Satellite License Information
    • Module 13: Operations Administration and Maintenance
    • Module 14: CPT Troubleshooting

    Lab Outline

    • Lab 1: CTC Setup
    • Lab 2: CPT Setup
    • Lab 3: EVC Circuits
    • Lab 4: Network Settings for MPLS-TP
    • Lab 5: MPLS-TP Tunnels and Ethernet Pseudowires
    • Lab 6: Quality of Service
    • Lab 7: MPLS-TP Virtual Private LAN Services
    • Lab 8: Interface to External Router Network
    • Lab 9: SyncE Installation
    • Lab 10: T1 over EVC and Pseudowire
    • Lab 11: Integrated CPT and DWDM
    • Lab 12: Examining Satellite Port License
    • Lab 13: CPT Troubleshooting

    This course is for technical professionals who are responsible for installation, deployment, and maintenance of the Cisco 15454 CPT network. Network operations, planners, and designers will also benefit.

    Following are the prerequisites for this course:

    • Familiarity with the Cisco ONS 15454 family
    • Knowledge of packet switching
    • Knowledge of Ethernet basics
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