Cisco ENSLD (Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks)


Participants are expected to have a good understanding of network fundamentals, experience in implementing LANs and LAN connectivity, and familiarity with basic network design principles.

Course Description:

ENSLD training focuses on enterprise network design, covering a wide range of topics including advanced addressing and routing solutions, WAN, security services, network services, and an introduction to SD-Access and software-defined networking. The course aims to provide you with the knowledge to design networks that meet business and technical requirements.

Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion, you'll be able to design networks utilizing EIGRP, OSPF, and IS-IS routing protocols, understand and apply BGP in enterprise networks, and design LAN and WAN solutions based on specific customer needs. The course also covers QoS design, IP addressing strategies, including IPv6, and an overview of network programmability and APIs like YANG, NETCONF, and RESTCONF. Additionally, it explores Cisco SD-Access Fabric Design and Cisco SD-WAN solutions.

Ideal For:

This course is targeted at network design engineers, network engineers, and system administrators involved in designing and implementing enterprise networks.

Course Outline:

Key topics include designing internal routing with EIGRP, OSPF, and IS-IS, network design based on customer requirements, BGP and MP-BGP address families, designing LAN and WAN, Cisco SD-Access and SD-WAN architecture, VPN designs, and considerations for QoS and multicast. The course provides comprehensive insights into designing robust, scalable, and secure enterprise networks.

Course Duration:

     5 Days (30 Hours total)(6 hours per day including breaks)


Course Price:

     €1,000 per participant  (maximum 7 participants)