ASR 5000 TTG System Administration (TTG)

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ASR 5000 TTG System Administration (TTG)
  • ASR 5000 TTG System Administration (TTG)

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    ASR 5000 TTG System Administration (TTG)

    This course provides detailed instruction on how to configure and monitor the Cisco® ASR 5000 to function as a tunnel termination gateway (TTG) in a 3G Wi-Fi offload network environment. The TTG provides interworking between a wireless LAN (WLAN) and a 3G mobile packet core (MPC).

    Upon completion of this course, you should have a thorough understanding of the following aspects of the platform:

    • Performing basic service configuration and monitoring of the eWAG
    • Monitoring the system for proper subscriber session establishment
    • Basic debugging of initial attachment failure

    At the completion of this course, all participants receive a certificate of completion.

    Course Outline

    • Day 1: Morning Session
      • Discussion: Course Objectives and Schedule
      • Lesson 1: Getting Started with 3G Wi-Fi Offload
        • Client versus clientless devices
        • Trusted versus untrusted devices
        • TTG and Wi-Fi infrastructure
        • Role of wireless LAN controller (WLC)
        • SSIDs and VLANs
        • EAP-based WLAN authentication
        • Portal-based WLAN authentication
        • Handoffs between Wi-Fi and cellular network
        • Attachment to mobile packet core via the TTG
      • Lesson 2: Hardware overview of the ASR 5000
        • Viewing card status
        • Viewing port status
        • Basics of link aggregation
        • Lunch
    • Day 1: Afternoon Session
      • Lesson 3: Software Overview of the ASR 5000
        • Software tasks on TTG
        • Session recovery basics
        • Software licensing
        • System file system management
      • Lesson 4: Terminology
        • Logical interfaces
        • Bindings
        • Services
        • APNs
        • AAA server groups
    • Day 2: Morning Session
      • Review of Day One, Question-and-Answer Session
      • Lesson 5: Configuring the ASR 5000 for TTG Operation
        • Wu interface
        • IPSec transforms and policies
        • Wm AAA interface
        • Packet data gateway (PDG) service
        • GGSN service
        • SGTP service
    • Day 2: Afternoon Session
      • GPRS tunnel (GTP) interface
      • IP pools
      • APN config
      • Lab: Configuring for TTG operation
      • Tracing user sessions
    • Day 3: Morning Session
      • Review of Day Two, Question-and-Answer Session
      • Lesson 6: Monitoring and Troubleshooting TTG Operation
        • Viewing subscriber sessions
        • Tracing subscriber sessions
        • Role of DNS
        • Protocol monitor
        • Obtaining TTG information and statistics
        • Examining the SGTP service
    • Day 3: Afternoon Session
      • Lesson 7: Logging on the ASR 5000
        • Viewing system logs
        • Configuring runtime logging
        • Redirecting logging output
        • Logging a subscriber session
        • Configuring a syslog server
        • Crash logging
      • Lesson 8: Threshold Crossing Alarms (TCAs)
        • Alert versus alarm model
        • Displaying threshold crossing alarm settings
        • Configuring threshold crossing alarms
        • Viewing alarms that have fired

    This course is designed for participants from any of the following disciplines who are responsible for the planning, configuration, and management of the ASR 5000:

    • Network engineering
    • Network consulting
    • Customer support
    • Field engineering

    Following are the prerequisites for this course:

    • Participants must also have a thorough understanding of IP routing, networking protocols, and a basic working knowledge of applicable Wi-Fi network operation.

    Participant Material Requirements

    • Participants are required to bring the following materials to this training course:
    • Laptop or notebook computer with:
      • Terminal emulation program (such as PuTTY, available at http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/) capable of Telnet or SSH
      • 10/100BASE-T Ethernet interface

    Participants are responsible for all travel and expenses.