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ICMT-CT v1.0 - Implementing and Configuring Meraki Technologies v1.0 Course Outline

 (5 days)
Version 1.0

Overview
This 5-day Cisco course provide students with the skills to configure, optimize, and troubleshoot a Cisco Meraki solution. Students will learn how to install and optimize Meraki MX Firewalls, Meraki MS Switches, Meraki MR Access Points, and Meraki MV Cameras. Students will also learn how to configure the Meraki Dashboard, Meraki Insight and Meraki Systems
Manager (EMM/MDM). Student will troubleshoot and configure the Meraki environment and learn how to diagnose and resolve user and Network issues that may arise.

Objective
Following completion of this course, students will understand, Install, Configure, Monitor, and Troubleshoot the following:
Navigate and Configure the dashboard
Add MX/MR/MS/MV devices to the Dashboard
Understand and Configure Configuration Templates
Understand and Configure Group Policies
Manage/Configure/Integrate Users and Radius Policies
Configure, Monitor, and Troubleshoot MX Firewalls
Configure, Monitor, and Troubleshoot MS Switches
Configure, Monitor, and Troubleshoot MR Access Points
Configure, Monitor, and Troubleshoot MV Cameras
Configure Systems Manage (EMM/MDM)
Use Meraki Insight to Monitor Meraki Network Health
Troubleshoot devices and Connectivity

Who Should Attend
The primary audience for this course is as follows:
IT Staff and Managers
Network and systems personnel and engineers
Small to mid-sized organizations that require fundamental knowledge on networking terms/concepts and
configuration guidance for Meraki equipment.
This also includes organizations looking to implement remote sites, provide a guest wireless solution, and collect
user analytics

Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Meraki
The Meraki Mission
Cisco Meraki: Bringing the Cloud to Enterprise Networks
Cloud-Managed Networking Architecture
Benefits of a Cloud-Based Solution
The Meraki Full Stack: New and Unique Value Proposition
Meraki Deployment – How it works
Why Customers Choose Meraki
Meraki MS Switches Overview
Meraki MX Security Appliances Overview
Meraki SD-WAN Overview
Meraki MR Wireless Access Points Overview
Cisco Meraki Systems Manager Overview
Cisco Meraki MV Vision Security Cameras Overview
Meraki API Overview
Meraki Licensing
Enterprise Support
Cisco Meraki Documentation

Module 2: Cloud Management with the Meraki Dashboard
The Meraki Dashboard
Dashboard: Organizational Structure
Out-of-band Cloud Management
Loss of Connectivity to the Cisco Meraki Cloud
Meraki Dashboard Logins
Create Dashboard Accounts and Organization
MSP Logins - Manage Multiple Organizations
Modify an Organization
View Organizations Health
Meraki Dashboard Best Practices
Dashboard Search
Meraki Help
Organizational Wide Settings
Configure
Configuring Organizational Wide Settings
Using Configuration Sync to View and Copy Settings
Administrators
Configuring and Monitoring Licensing
Creating Bulk Networks
Creating and Managing Networks (sites)
Managing the Meraki Inventory
Monitor
Overview
Monitoring the Change log
Monitoring Login Attempts
Monitoring the Security Center
Using Location Analytics
Monitoring VPN Status
Scheduling and Managing Firmware
Using the Summary Report
Create and Manage Configuration Templates
Understand Configuration Templates
VLAN Templates
Attach Network to Configuration Templates
Network-Wide Settings
Configure
Configuring Network Wide General Settings
Traffic Analysis
Location and Scanning
Configuring CloudShark for Capturing Traffic
Manage the Local Status Page
Manage Syslog, SNMP, Location, and NetFlow Services
Managing Network Admins and Guest Ambassadors
Managing Network Users
Managing Port Management Privileges
Configuring Group Policies
Adding Devices to the Network
Monitoring Networks
Monitoring Clients
Monitoring Traffic Analytics
Displaying and Exploring the Meraki Topology
Performing Packet Captures
Using the event Log to Perform Troubleshooting

Module 3: Meraki MX Security
Benefits of a Cloud Managed Security Solution
Threat Management Solution
Advanced Security Licenses
Reliable, Cost Effective Connectivity with Meraki SD-WAN
Site-to-Site VPN (Auto VPN)
High Availability and Path Redundancy
Application-Aware Intelligent Path Control
Traffic Monitoring and Analytics
Integrating Active Directory
Cisco Meraki MX Models and Features
MX 64/65/84/100/200/250/400/600 Models
Virtual MX for Amazon Web Services & Microsoft Azure
Teleworker Z1/Z3
Configuring the Local Status Page
Adding Appliance to Network
Device Configuration
Configuring the Warm Spare Feature
Device Tags & Notes
Configuring Addressing & VLANs
Pass-Through or VPN Concentrator Mode vs NAT Mode
Creating VLANs
Creating Layer 3 Interfaces
Creating Static Routes
Using Dynamic Routing Protocols
OSPF and BGP
DHCP Server Configuration and Options
Meraki Firewall Configuration
Firewall Basics
Layer 3 vs Layer 7 Firewall
Firewall Outbound Rules
Cellular Firewall Failover Rules
Security Appliance Services
Layer 7 Firewall Rules
Content Filtering
Adult Content Filtering
Gaming Content Filtering
Social Site Content Filtering
Geo-IP Based Firewalling
Nat Configuration
Bonjour Forwarding
Meraki Site-to-Site VPN
What is VPN
Site-to-Site Hub Configuration
Hub Configuration
Hub Configuration with an Exit Hub
Spoke Configuration
Split Tunnel vs Full Tunnel
Non-Meraki VPN Peers
VPN Firewall Rules
Monitor VPN Status
One Arm VPN Concentrator Configuration
OSPF Configuration
BGP Configuration
Meraki Client VPN
Enable Client VPN
Configure Client VPN
Client VPN Authentication Methods
VPN Clients
Meraki Active Directory Integration
Active Directory Authentication
Active Directory integration with Group Policy
Meraki Access Control
Radius (2)
Facebook
Third Party (Google)
Meraki Splash Page Configuration
Configuring Access Policies
Teleworker VPN / L3 Roaming

Module 4: Meraki Switching
MS Switch Platforms and Features
MS Feature: Multi-gigabit Ethernet
Cisco Meraki MS Access Switches
Meraki MS 120/220 Switch Family
Meraki MS 210/225 Switch Family
Meraki MS 210/225 Switch Family
Meraki MS 350/350X Switch Family
Cisco Meraki MS Aggregation Switches
Meraki MS 410 Switch Family
Meraki MS 425 10 GB Switch Family
Using Tags to search, monitor and configure Meraki Switches
Meraki Switch Configuration
Add a Switch to the Network
Configuring Switch Stacks
Configuring Warm Spare and VRRP
VLAN Configuration
Configuring Layer 2 and Layer 3
Configuring Static Routing
Configuring OSPF
Configuring Access Control Lists (ACL)
Configuring Access Policies (802.1X)
Integrating Radius and ISE with Access Policies
Configuring DHCP Servers on Switches
Configuring Spanning Tree
Configuring Quality of Service
Configuring Switch MTU
Configuring Multicast Routing
Internet Group Management Protocol
Port Configuration
Configuring Ports on a Switch
Configuring Ports using Ranges and Search Criteria
Configuring Ports on a Switch Stack
Configure Link Aggregation on a Switch
Configuring Port Schedules
Configuring Access Policies
Configure Port Mirroring
Meraki Switch Monitoring
Monitoring Switch Status
Monitoring Switch Port Status
Monitoring Real-time and Historical Data
Monitoring DHCP on the Switch
Monitoring Power
Monitoring DHCP and Routing
Monitoring Event Logs
Summary Reports
Troubleshooting Tools
Turn on Switch Blinking for Switch Identification
Performing Packet Captures
Performing Cable Tests
Performing Port Reset
Performing Throughput Tests
Performing device Reboots
Using ARP and Route Tables for Troubleshooting
Troubleshoot using Ping and Traceroutes
Managing Firmware Upgrades

Module 5: Meraki MR Wireless
Meraki MR Wireless Overview
Meraki 2.5G Multigigabit (MGig) Wireless
Meraki Mesh Routing
Meraki’s solution for RF Environments
Securing Guest Wireless
Bluetooth Integrated Analytics
Meraki Location Heatmap
High Density Wireless
Zero-Touch Provisioning for Wireless
Dedicated Scanning Radio for Rouges and Interference
Mounting indoor and Outdoor Antennas
Meraki MR Licensing
IEEE 802.11 Wireless LAN Standards
802.11b/g 2.4 Spectrum
802.11b/g 2.4 Channel Plan
802.11a/ac 5 GHz
Site Survey & Design for ensuring connectivity and user experience
Channel Planning
Meraki AP Models Overview
Meraki Legacy APs
Meraki Indoor APs, Antennas, and Radiation Patterns
Meraki Outdoor APs, Antennas, and Radiation Patterns
Meraki MGig APs
Meraki AP External Power options
Configuring Meraki APs
Connecting APs to the Network
Configuring Basic information including Tags
Configuring Layer 3 Roaming
Configuring ISE Integration with Access Policies
Configuring Access Policies for Wireless
Configuring Wireless RF Radio Settings
Auto RF
Transmit Power Control
Channel Selection
Band Steering
Client Balancing
Configuring Bluetooth for Analytics
Guest Self-Registration
Configuring Splash Pages
Configuring Floor Plans
Placing APs on the FloorPlans
Configuring RF Channel and Power Settings
Configure Air Marshall to Isolate Rougue APs and Clients
Configuring SSIDs
Provisioning SSIDs
Open with Splash Pages
Click-Through
Systems Manager Sign-in
Facebook Sign-in
Google Sign-in
SMS Authenticated
Billing Configuration for SSIDs
Using Preshared Keys with WPA2
Using WPA2-Enterprise SSIDs with 802.1X
RADIUS
Cisco ISE
MAC-based Access Control Filtered SSIDs
Firewall & Traffic Shaping Configuration for Wireless
Block local network for Guests
Layer 3 Firewall Rules
Block Applications
Traffic Shaping Rules per SSID
Monitoring Meraki APs
Monitoring AP Status
Using Meraki Wireless Health
Monitoring Clients
Monitoring RF Metrics
Monitoring the RF Spectrum
Monitoring SSID Availability
Trouble Shooting
Using Heatmaps to Troubleshoot RF Issues
Identify Problematic Areas
Signal Attenuation
Ping and Traceroute
Reboot Device
Blink LEDs
Throughput
Checking PCI Compliance
Using the Event Log for Troubleshooting

Module 6: Meraki System Manager
Device Management Overview
Mobile Device Management
Mobile Application Management
Mobile Identity
Meraki Sentry
Deployment Considerations
Systems Manager Licensing
SM Supported Devices
Meraki SM Features
Creating a Network for Systems Manager
Setup device Enrollment
Apple Device Enrollment with Certificates
Android for Work Enrollment
Chrome OS Device Enrollment
Windows Enrollment
Cisco ISE Integration
SM Profiles
Settings Restrictions
Active Sync
Setting Passcodes on Devices
Setting Backgrounds
Setting Wireless Settings
Setting VPN Settings
Managing Clients
Monitoring Clients

Module 7: Meraki MV Camera
Meraki MV Security Cameras Product Family
Indoor Cameras
MV12
MV21
Outdoor Cameras
MV71
MV Camera Warranty
MV Camera Licensing
MV Camera Video Encryption
MV Video and Audio Recording
Configuring User/admin Security
Configuring Camera Settings
Configuring Video Settings
Configuring Camera Analytics
Configuring MV NightMode
Create Recording Schedule
Motion Based Recording
Configuring Camera Retention
View Camera Events
Cloud Proxy Viewing
Direct Streaming
Searching Video for Events
Creating Configuring Video Wall Boards
Troubleshooting Camera Connectivity
Using the Event Log for Camera Events
Labs Lab 1: Configuring the Organization
Configure Organizational Settings
Add All Devices to Organization
Create Networks
Manage Network-Wide Settings
Create group Policies
Manage Firmware Upgrades
Create Templates
Manage VLAN Templates
Bind Templates to Networks
Lab 2: Configuring MX Appliances and Z3 Teleworker Devices
Configure MX Appliance and Configure Z3 Appliance
Setup VLANs and Layer 3 Interfaces
Setup a VPN Concentrator
Setup and Manage DHCP Settings
Configure Layer 3 Firewall Settings
Configure Layer 7 Firewall Settings
Configure Content Filtering
Configure Traffic Shaping
Configure SDWAN Feature and traffic Distribution
Configure Site-to-site VPN
Configure Client VPN
Integrate Active Directory with Group Policy Settings
Create Traffic Shaping Policies
Configure Access control with Radius and ISE
Create and Configure Splash Pages
MX Appliances and Z3 Verification and Troubleshooting
Verify and Trouble Shoot Appliance Status
Verify and Trouble Shoot Site to Site VPN
Verify and Trouble Shoot Firewall Settings
Check the Routing Table
Use the Tools
Trouble shooting with Packet Capture
Lab 3: Configuring MS Switches
Switch Configuration
Configure Basic Switch Settings
Configure Switch Stack
Configure Spanning Tree
Create Layer 3 Interfaces
Configure DHCP server
Create a Static Route
Configure OSPF Routing
Configure ACLs
Create Access Policies
Configuring Packet Captures
Configure Port Policies
Configure Switch Using a Network Template
Configure Spanning Tree
Create Layer 3 Interfaces
Create a Static Route
Configure OSPF Routing
Configure ACLs
Create Access Policies
Configuring Ports
Configure Trunk Ports
Configure Access Ports
Set VLAN on Multiple Ports
Configure Link Aggregation
Configure Port Schedules
Configure Port Mirroring
Meraki Switch Monitoring
Monitoring Switch Status
Monitoring Switch Port Status
Monitoring Real-time and Historical Data
Monitoring DHCP on the Switch
Monitoring Power
Monitoring DHCP and Routing
Monitoring Event Logs
Summary Reports
Troubleshooting Tools
Turn on Switch Blinking for Switch Identification
Performing Packet Captures
Performing Cable Tests
Performing Port Reset
Performing Throughput Tests
Performing device Reboots
Using ARP and Route Tables for Troubleshooting
Troubleshoot using Ping and Traceroutes
Managing Firmware Upgrades
Lab 4: Meraki MR Wireless
Configuring Meraki APs
Connecting APs to the Network
Configuring Basic information including Tags
Configuring SSIDs
Provisioning SSIDs
Open with Splash Pages
Click-Through
Systems Manager Sign-in
Facebook Sign-in
Google Sign-in
SMS Authenticated
Billing Configuration for SSIDs
Using Preshared Keys with WPA2
Using WPA2-Enterprise SSIDs with 802.1X
Cisco ISE
MAC-based Access Control Filtered SSIDs
Block local network for Guests
Layer 3 Firewall Rules
Block Applications
Traffic Shaping Rules per SSID
Configuring Layer 3 Roaming
Configuring ISE Integration with Access Policies
Configuring Access Policies for Wireless
Configuring Wireless RF Radio Settings
Auto RF
Transmit Power Control
Channel Selection
Band Steering
Client Balancing
Configuring Bluetooth for Analytics
Guest Self-Registration
Configuring Splash Pages
Configuring Floor Plans
Placing APs on the Floor Plans
Configuring RF Channel and Power Settings
Configure Air Marshall to Isolate Rogue APs and Clients
Monitoring AP Status
Using Meraki Wireless Health
Monitoring Clients
Monitoring RF Metrics
Monitoring the RF Spectrum
Monitoring SSID Availability
Using Heatmaps to Troubleshoot RF Issues
Identify Problematic Areas
Signal Attenuation
Ping and Traceroute
Reboot Device
Blink LEDs
Throughput
Checking PCI Compliance
Using the Event Log for Troubleshooting
Firewall & Traffic Shaping Configuration for Wireless
Monitoring Meraki APs
Trouble Shooting
Lab 5: Meraki MV Cameras
Adding Cameras to a dedicated Network
Connecting APs to the Network
Configuring Basic information including Tags
Configuring Users
Configure admins
Configuring Camera Settings
Configuring Video Settings
Configuring Camera Analytics
Configuring MV NightMode
Create Recording Schedule
Motion Based Recording
Configuring Camera Retention
Cloud Proxy Viewing
Direct Streaming
View Camera Events
Searching Video for Events
Creating Configuring Video Wall Boards
Troubleshooting Camera Connectivity
Using the Event Log for Camera Events
Configure Wall Boards
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