Posted by: Mudassir Ali | June 1, 2010

Cisco Trainings

IP Routing Switching Security Security Voice Network Management QoS
Basic IP Routing Concepts

Routing Information Protocol (RIP)

Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)

Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)

Moving traffic using Access Lists

BGP Introduction and Basics

BGP Path Selection

Controlling the Flow of BGP Updates

BGP Multipath and Conditional Advertisement

BGP Load Sharing in Single and Multihomed Environments: Sample Configurations.

BGP Challenge Labs

Securing Cisco Routers (SECR) v1.0

IP Routing – Introduction

IP Routing Access Lists

Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System Routing Protocol (IS-IS)

Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)

Fundamental Configuration and Verification of EIGRP

Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) Network Types

Adjacencies

Introducing BGP Confederations

Introducing Route Reflectors

Understanding BGP Path Attributes

Cisco MPLS Concepts

Introducing MPLS VPNs

Configuring Small-Scale Routing Protocols Between PE and CE Routers

Understanding MPLS Traffic Engineering Concepts

Introduction to LAN Switches QLM

Understanding VLANS by Understanding MAC Table Operation

Securing Cisco LAN Switches (SECL) 1.0

LAN Switching Technologies: Catalyst 6500 Switches

Packet Cable Networks

Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliance VPN Clustering

Cisco on Cisco: MPLS VPN

Cisco on Cisco: Security

Cisco on Cisco: Virtual Private Network (VPN)

Cisco Secure Desktop Software

Cisco Secure Services 5.1

Cisco SMB Class E-Tour

Cisco SSL VPN Client for WebVPN (or Thick SSL Client)

CiscoSecure ACS:Primer/Tutorial v4.0

Configuring Basic Features on the Cisco ASA 5505

Configuring Event Action Rules (IPS-QLM2)

Configuring The Easy VPN Hardware Client feature on the Cisco ASA 5505

Configuring the L2TP/IPSEC feature on the Cisco ASA

Configuring the Meta Event Generator (IPS-QLM4)

Cost of data breaches keeps rising

Diffie-Hellman (D-H) Key Exchange Calculations

Employees think they have right to download applications at work

Express 5.0

High Availability for the Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliance, Part II: Active/Active Failover

Intrusion Prevention Services in ASA 5500

LAN Switch Security – Part 1.

Migrating from PIX 500 to ASA 5500

Modular Policy Framework on PIX 500 and ASA 5500

QoS for Security

Secure Network Analysis Essentials with Case Studies

Securing Cisco LAN Switches (SECL) 1.0

Securing Cisco Routers (SECR) v1.0

Securing Hosts Using Cisco Security Agent (HIPS) v3.1

Simplifying Access Control Policies on PIX 500 and ASA 5500

Spyware New Champ among IT Security Worries

Things That Go Bump In The Night – When a Security Disaster Hits Will You Have What It Takes?

Understanding and Configuring Inline IPS (IPS-QLM1)

Understanding and Configuring In-Line VLAN IPS

Upgrading a Sensor to IPS 5.0 (IPS-QLM3)

Using Cisco Secure Desktop to Provide Endpoint Security for SSL VPN

Using the Set command in CSA 5.0

Using the Trusted QoS Feature in CSA 5.0

Utilizing the Packet Tracer Feature on the Cisco ASA

ASA5500

ASA Jumpstart Lab Walk-thru and Discussion

ASA Pix to ASA and Basic SSL VPN Lab Walk-thru and Discussion

NAC In-Band Lab Walk-thru and Discussion

NAC Out-of-Band Lab Walk-thru and Discussion

MARS Jumpstart Lab Walk-thru and Discussion

MARS 6.0 NPI Jumpstart Lab Walk-thru and Discussion

SSL VPN JumpStart – Browser-Based (Clientless) SSL VPN
SSL VPN JumpStart – Client-Based SSL VPN (AnyConnect SSL VPN Client)

SSL VPN JumpStart – CSD SSL VPN Access Controls

SSL VPN JumpStart – Identity and Authentication Policy Inheritance

SSL VPN JumpStart – Posture Assessment NAC Features and Integration

ACS 5.1 Product Introduction

ACS 5.1 Best Practices

Migrating from PIX 500 to ASA 5500

Utilizing the Packet Tracer Feature on the Cisco ASA

Simplifying Access Control Policies on PIX 500 and ASA 5500

Intrusion Prevention Services in ASA 5500

Configuring The Easy VPN Hardware Client feature on the Cisco ASA 5505

Configuring the L2TP/IPSEC feature on the Cisco ASA

Using Cisco ASA 5500 Series SSL VPN for Clientless Access (WebVPN)

Using Cisco Secure Desktop to Provide Endpoint Security for SSL VPN

SSL VPN Client Access on ASA 5500

Using Citrix™ with SSL VPN Clientless Access on ASA 5500

VPN Clustering for ASA 5500

Cisco ASA 5500 Series Content Security and Control SSM (CSC-SSM): Installation, Setup and Activation

Configuring the ASA 5500 Series with the CSC-SSM

Monitoring the ASA 5500 Series CSC-SSM

Configuring the Base License Features of the CSC-SSM in the ASA 5500 Series

Modular Policy Framework on PIX 500 and ASA 5500

Active/Active Failover for ASA 5500

Active/Standby Failover for ASA 5500

Securing VoIP applications using the enhanced features of the Cisco ASA

Configuring Basic Features on the Cisco ASA 5505

Demystifying Unified Communications Manager Partitions and Calling Search Spaces

Troubleshooting Common VoIP Problems

CCBU Serviceability and Security Enhancements

Voice Centric Technology for Small Business

Cisco IP Communicator v2.0

Cisco IP Phones Basics

SP – TCP/IP, IP Addressing & Subnetting

Unified Communications Migration Challenge

Cisco Unified Communications System Release 5.1 System Overview

Cisco Unified Communications System Release 5.1 Installation and Upgrade

Cisco Unified Communications System

CTT-TAC: Introduction to Basic Analog Voice over IP

CTT-TAC: Analog Voice Internetworking with E&M Signaling

CTT-TAC: Basic Analog-to-Digital Voice over IP

CTT-TAC: Link Efficiency Mechanisms

CTT-TAC: Queuing Techniques

Securing VoIP applications using the enhanced features of the Cisco ASA

Designing and Implementing Cisco IPVC Rich Media Communications

Cisco IPC Rockin’ Retailer Game

Cisco Learning Game Trilogy

Configuring Cisco CallManager Time-of-Day Routing

Establishing an On-Cluster Call with Cisco Call Manager (CMONC) v1.0

Telephony Troubleshooting Topics (TTOPS)

Communication for the Open-minded (UC/Collaboration solutions)* *

Deploying IPv6 Networks – Part 1

VoIP Performance Management and Optimization – Part 1

VoIP Performance: Management and Optimization – Part 2

Enterprise Adoption of Hosted VoIP to Grow Exponentially

UC500

Cisco ACE XML Gateway

Cisco Unity Trainings & Tools

Connection 1.1 Training

Connection 1.2 Training

Connection 2.0(1) Training

Connection 7.0(1) Training

Connection 7.1(1) Training

Connection 8.0(1) Training

Unity 4.0(1) Training

Unity 4.0(3) Training

Unity 4.0(4) Training

Unity 4.0(5) Training

Unity 4.1 Training

Unity 4.2 Training

Unity 5.0(1) Training

Unity 7.0(1) Training

Unity 8.0(1) Training

Unity Exchange 2010 Training

Cisco Network Analysis Module (NAM) 4.1 E-learning

Introduction t Cisco Unified Communications Management Suite (CUCMS)

CiscoWorks LAN Management Solution (LMS) 3.1 Tutorial Overview

CiscoWorks LAN Management Solution (LMS) 3.1 Tutorial – Chapter 2 (New Features)

CiscoWorks LAN Management Solution (LMS) 3.1 Tutorial – Chapter 3 (Scenarios)

CiscoWorks LAN Management Solution (LMS) 3.1 Tutorial – Chapter 2 (Sys Admin)

CiscoWorks LAN Management Solution (LMS) 3.1 Tutorial – Chapter 2(Reference.

Cisco Configuration Assurance Solution (CCAS) Video Demonstration

Cisco NAPAS: Performance Visibility Manager 1.0 Deployment Guide

CiscoView Tutorial v6.1

CiscoWorks Common Services Tutorial v3.0

CiscoWorks LMS Campus Manager Tutorial v4.0

CiscoWorks LMS Device Fault Manager Tutorial v2.0

CiscoWorks LMS IPM Tutorial v2.6

CiscoWorks LMS Resource Manager Essentials Tutorial v4.0

Network Management: Accounting and Performance – Part 1

Network Management: Accounting and Performance – Part 2

Defense-In-Depth and Incident Management – Part 1

Defense-In-Depth and Incident Management – Part 2

CiscoWorks LAN Management Solution (LMS) 3.1 Tutorial – Chapter 1

Take this small questionnaire (25) to evaluate your knowledge on QoS.

Introducing QoS

Introduction to Modular QoS CLI

Class-Based Weighted Fair Queuing (CBWFQ) and Low Latency Queuing (LLQ)

Congestion Management Configuring CBWFQ and LLQ

Congestion Avoidance Introducing RED and WRED

QoS for Security

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