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Certified Meraki Networking Operator

  • Référence CMNO
  • Durée 1 Jour

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CMNO is a virtual, one-day course lasting eight hours. In the first 6 hours of the course, participants are trained in core concepts in operating and troubleshooting the Meraki platform. The final two hours of the course include an open lab period and time for participants to take the online CMNO exam. The course format includes both trainer-presented content and virtual self-paced lab learning. The self-Paced training labs support and reinforce the instructor delivered content and provide additional insights into the capabilities and functionality of the Meraki platform.The training should prepare attendees to take the CMNO certification exam which is a 45 minute assessment of 20 questions taken at the end of the class.

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Cisco Engineers looking to achieve the Certified Meraki Networking Operator Certification

Objectifs de la formation

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After completing this course you should be able to:

  • Operate and troubleshoot Meraki Solutions.
  • Take and pass the CMNO Exam.

Programme détaillé

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Module 1.0 Cloud Architecture

1.1 Describe out-of-band control plane

  • 1.1.a M-tunnel, management/control plane

1.2 Describe cloud-based solution benefits

  • 1.2.a Security, scalability, reliability, future proofing
  • 1.2.b Common question, objections

Self-Paced Lab Period #1 

Module 2.0 Administration 

2.1 Describe the Dashboard organizational structure

  • 2.1.a Account, organization, networks, licensing/inventory administration

2.2 Design proper Dashboard segmentation and permissions

  • 2.2.a Leveraging tags to manage and separate deployments
  • 2.2.b MSP portal

2.3 Describe licensing and co-termination

  • 2.3.a What a license includes, interacting with Meraki Support, warranty
  • 2.3.b Co-termination calculations, grace period

2.4 Describe and design a full Meraki network deployment workflow

  • 2.4.a Dashboard layout, navigation
  • 2.4.b Setting up organization and network dependencies
  • 2.4.c Claiming devices, claiming licenses, building configurations, managing devices 

Self Paced Lab Period #2

3.0 Product Features and Services

3.1 Security appliance platform (MX)

  • 3.1.a Configure Auto-VPN
  • 3.1.b Design and configure traffic shaping
  • 3.1.c Design and configure SD-WAN
  • 3.1.d Configure content filtering rules
  • 3.1.e Configure AMP and ISP/IPS

3.2 Switching platform (MS)

  • 3.2.a Configure MS switches using virtual stacking and flex tables
  • 3.2.b Configure L3 routing using OSPF

3.3 WLAN platform (MR)

  • 3.3.a Design and configure traffic shaping
  • 3.3.b Configure multiple SSIDs
  • 3.3.c Configure and securing guest wireless networks

3.5 Endpoint management platform (SM)

  • 3.5.a Configuring management profiles
  • 3.5.b Describe the various MDM live tools

3.6 Security cameras platform (MV)

  • 3.6.a Configure recording retention/storage
  • 3.6.b Configure video wall

Module 4.0 Operation and Troubleshooting

4.1 Describe and troubleshoot using visibility and monitoring tools

  • 4.1.a Topology
  • 4.1.b Local status page
  • 4.1.c Status indicators (LEDs, Dashboard UI elements)
  • 4.1.d Event logs, change logs
  • 4.1.e Summary reports

4.2 Configure firmware upgrades

  • 4.2.a Managing and auditing

4.3 Describe and configure a scalable network using automation tools

  • 4.3.a Meraki APIs
  • 4.3.b Managing large deployments with templates

4.4 Configure and troubleshoot networks using live troubleshooting tools

  • 4.4.a Cloud configuration to device sync
  • 4.4.b Real-time tools including packet capture, cable test, cycle port, ping
  • 4.4.c Troubleshoot application performance issues using Meraki Insight

4.5 Describe and troubleshoot through engaging Meraki Support

  • 4.5.a Best practices

Self-Paced Lab Period #3

Certification Exam  - 45 minutes, 20 question assessment. 


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Attendees should meet the following prerequisites:

  • CCNA (ICND1 and ICND2)  or equivalent networking knowledge



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Recommended as preparation for the following exams:

  • CMNO - Certified Meraki Network Operators Certification - The exam is taken at the end of the class.
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