Learning SD-WAN with Cisco

Transform Your Existing WAN Into a Cost-effective Network
 
 
Apress
  • erschienen am 3. September 2021
  • |
  • XVII, 429 Seiten
 
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978-1-4842-7347-0 (ISBN)
 

Explore the rise of SD-WAN with CISCO and transform your existing WAN into an agile, efficient, and cost-effective network.

Learning SD-WAN with Cisco helps you understand the development of SD-WAN and its benefits to modern networks. This book starts with an exploration of the different components of SD-WAN, such as vBond for orchestration, vManage for management, vSmart for control, and the vEdge devices. From there, it moves on to building a network from the ground up using EVE-NG, focusing on how to install EVE-NG, get the required licenses via a SmartNET account, download the components, and begin to create your network by installing vManage.

Once you have this foundation, you will create the organization and certificates, and look at local users as well as single- and multi-tenancy options and clustering. As you continue to build your network, you will dig down into the overlay protocols used in SD-WAN, and then deploy your controllers and edge devices, looking at zero-touch provisioning along the way.

After building your network, you will configure and apply policies and templates to manage the control and data planes as well as VPNs, Internet access, security, and quality of service. The book also explores reporting and management using vManage, along with upgrading and troubleshooting the various components, using techniques from simple ping and trace route through to advanced techniques such as DTLS and TLOC troubleshooting and traffic simulation.

After reading this book, you will have hands-on experience working with SD-WAN. You will understand how to deploy, configure, manage, and troubleshoot it.


What You Will Learn

  • Know what SD-WAN is, how it came about, and why we need it
  • Understand troubleshooting and traffic simulation of DTLS and TLOC
  • Monitor, report, and troubleshoot the SD-WAN environment


Who This Book Is For

Network professionals with experience in Linux and Cisco devices


1st ed.
  • Englisch
  • CA
  • |
  • USA
APRESS
  • 445 s/w Abbildungen
  • |
  • XVII, 429 p. 445 illus.
  • 16,53 MB
978-1-4842-7347-0 (9781484273470)
10.1007/978-1-4842-7347-0
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Stuart Fordham, CCIE 49337, is the Network Manager and Infrastructure Team Leader for SmartCommunications SC Ltd, which is the only provider of a cloud-based, next-generation customer communications platform. Stuart has written a series of books on BGP, MPLS, VPNs, and NAT, as well as a CCNA study guide and a Cisco ACI Cookbook. He lives in the UK with his wife and twin sons.

Chapter 1: An Introduction To SD-WAN

Chapter Goal: Explore how SD-WAN evolved and why we would use it.

No of pages 20

Sub -Topics

1. What is SD-WAN and what does it do for us?

2. Cisco Viptela

3. What comprises an SD-WAN

vBond
vManage

vSmart
vEdge

Chapter 2: Deployment Overview

Chapter Goal: How we are going to deploy our lab and what resources we need

No of pages: 15

Sub - Topics

1. EVE-NG - install and basic usage

2. Smart-Net account - creating and licensing

3. Downloading the components

4. Topology

Chapter 3: Deploying vManage

Chapter Goal: To deploy the vManage server, get familiar with it and perform some basic set up

No of pages : 20

Sub - Topics:

1. Installing vManage

2. Creating our Organization

3. Creating the certificates

4. Managing images in the software repository

5. Managing users

6. Single and multi-tenancy options

7. Clustering options

Chapter 4: Understanding The Overlay

Chapter Goal: To gain a deeper understanding of the overlay mechanisms that are used in SD-WAN

No of pages: 20

Sub - Topics:

1: The OMP routing protocol

2: BFD

3: TLOC

4: VPN0

5: VPN 512

Chapter 5: Deploying vBond

Chapter Goal: Deploy the vBond server and connect it to our network

No of pages : 10

Sub - Topics:

1. Configuring vBond

2. Adding vBond to the network

3. Other vBond deployment options:

a. ESXi

b. KVM

Chapter 6: Deploying vSmart

Chapter Goal: Deploy the vSmart controller and connect it to our network

No of pages : 10

Sub - Topics:

1. Configuring vSmart controller

2. Adding the vSmart controller to the network

3. Other vBond deployment options:

a. ESXi

b. KVM

Chapter 7: Deploying vEdge

Chapter Goal: Deploy the vEdge routers locally and on AWS

No of pages : 20

Sub - Topics:

1. Configuring our vEdge routers

2. Alternative deployment options

a. ESXi

b. KVM

3. Deploying vEdge on AWS

4. Preparing vEdge for ZTP

Chapter 8: Configuring Policies

Chapter Goal: To explore localized and centralized policies

No of pages: 8

Sub - Topics:

1. About Localized and Centralized policies

2. Configuring localized policies

3. Configuring centralized policies

Chapter 9: Exploring The Configuration Templates

Chapter Goal: To walkthrough the different template options, configuring them and pushing changes to devices

No of pages: 10-15

Sub - Topics:

1. Configuring AAA

2. Configuring banners

3. Configuring DHCP

4. Configuring NTP

Chapter 10: Security And QoS

Chapter Goal: To set up security and quality of service across the SD-WAN

No of pages: 10

1. Configuring and verifying service insertion

2. Application-aware firewall

3. QoS Scheduling, Queuing, Shaping and Policing

Chapter 11: Management And Operations

Chapter Goal: To be able to perform monitoring and reporting with vManage, to be able to use the REST API and how to upgrade the devices.

No of pages: 8

1. Monitoring and reporting with vManage

Configuring email notifications

Exporting logs and data

Maintenance Windows

2. Setting up SNMP

3. Using the REST API

4. Upgrading

Chapter 12: Troubleshooting

Chapter Goal: To get an understanding of common errors and how to fix them

No of pages:20

1. Pinging devices

2. Running Traceroute

3. Performing packet captures

4. Using SNMP traps

5. Troubleshooting DTLS connection failures

6. Troubleshooting TLOC issues

7. Simulating traffic

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