Managing Enterprise Networks with Cisco Prime Infrastructure (MENPI) v4.1 Training

Managing Networks with Cisco Prime Infrastructure (NMENPI) Certification Training Course Overview

Managing Networks with Prime Infrastructure training (NMENPI) v2.2 course has been designed to explain the techniques to manage Cisco Prime Infrastructure solutions. The Cisco Prime Infrastructure course focuses on the management of devices, network, users and applications from a single point thereby streamlining the wireless and wired network management.  The product infrastructure, software enhancements are primary training highlights of the NMENPI v2.2 certification course delivery.
The Cisco Prime Infrastructure training imparts skills to design, operate, install and optimize a Prime Infrastructure product. On course completion, learners will gain strong working knowledge of maintaining the entire range of wired and wireless Cisco infrastructure while exploring the control capabilities and application visibility of the infra through troubleshooting and monitoring enterprise networks. The Cisco Prime Infrastructure certification and training covers the Lifecycle management approach that lets learners create maps and sites, install configurations, set alarms, conduct device discover and troubleshoot applications as well as network issues.

This NMENPI v2.2 Cisco Prime training is meant for individuals who need to manage networks using Prime Infrastructure solutions.

Who Should Do Cisco Prime Infrastructure Course?

Cisco Prime Infrastructure course training is beneficial for the following professionals:
  • Network Engineers
  • Network Administrators
  • Technicians
  • Installers
  • Designers
  • Compliance Managers
  • Anyone in charge of IT Operations such as troubleshooting tasks

Cisco Prime Infrastructure Course Objectives

  • Explain network management concepts & features of Prime Infrastructure
  • Describe to use the Cisco Prime Infrastructure for managing the inventory
  • Network mapping with available tools
  • Describe to manage the tasks, devices and function
  • Manage Cisco Prime Infrastructure devices and configuration archives
  • Using different tools to deal with Cisco QoS, AVC, and IWAN services
  • Deployment of Cisco TrustSec identity services with this Cisco Prime Infrastructure training
  • Use Cisco Prime training to learn to track and troubleshoot the network
  • Execute Cisco network and system administration tasks
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Course Modules

Module 1: Cisco Prime Infrastructure 2.2 Overview
  • Lesson 1: Defining Network Management Topic
  • What is Network Management? Topic
  • What is FCAPS? Topic
  • Benefits of Network Management
  • Lesson 2: Exploring the Network Management Process Topic
  • Network Management Process Topic
  • Standards for Information - MIB Topic
  • Standards for Communication - SNMP
  • Lesson 3: Introducing Cisco Prime Infrastructure 2.2
  • Topic 1: Unified Access Networks Management
  • Topic 2: The Cisco Prime Infrastructure Vision
  • Topic 3: Device Integration and Management
  • Topic 4: Cisco Prime Infrastructure Licensing Model
  • Topic 5: A Case Study as a Guideline
  • Lesson 4: Installing Cisco Prime Infrastructure 2.2 Topic
  • Installation Task Flow Topic
  • Deployment Options Topic
  • VMware Deployment and Configuration Steps Topic
  • Troubleshoot the Installation
  • Lesson 5: Getting Started with Cisco Prime Infrastructure
  • Topic 1: Overview of the CLI Interface
  • Topic 2: Overview of the GUI Interface
  • Topic 3: The Getting Started Menu
  • Lesson 6: Configuring Initial Server Settings
  • Topic 1: Basic System Settings
  • Topic 2: License Management
  • Topic 3: Manage External Servers
  • Lesson 7: Managing Virtual Domains and Users
  • Topic 1: Virtual Domain Management
  • Topic 2: Users, Roles, and AAA
  • Topic 3: User Management
Module 2: Inventory Management
  • Lesson 1: Discovering the Network Topic
  • Topic 1 : Inventory System Settings
  • Topic 2 : Discover the Network
  • Lesson 2: Managing the Network Inventory
  • Topic 1: Credential Profiles
  • Topic 2: Add One Device
  • Topic 3: Bulk Import Devices
  • Topic 4: Verify Device Credentials
  • Topic 5: View Network Device Reports
  • Lesson 3: Managing Groups
  • Topic 1: Virtual Domain Group Assignment
  • Topic 2: Location and Device Groups
  • Topic 3: Port Groups
  • Lesson 4: Managing Compute Devices
  • Topic 1: Physical Servers
  • Topic 2: Cisco UCS Servers
  • Topic 3: User Defined UCS
  • Lesson 5: Managing Network Device Software Images
  • Topic 1: Populating the Software Image Repository
  • Topic 2: Use the Image Dashboard
  • Topic 2: Perform Upgrade Analysis
  • Topic 3: Distribute Software Images
  • Topic 4: Verify Software Image Upgrades
Module 3: Map the Network
  • Lesson 1: Managing Wireless Maps
  • Topic 1: Wireless Maps Overview
  • Topic 2: Manage Sites Maps
  • Topic 3: Automatic Hierarchy Creation
  • Topic 4: Google Earth
  • Lesson 2: Managing Network Topology Maps
  • Topic 1: Network Topology Overview
  • Topic 2: Location Groups
  • Topic 3: User Defined Groups
  • Topic 4: Topology Maps Management
  • Topic 5: Customize Topology Maps
  • Topic 6: Unmanaged Device Elements
Module 4: Configuration Management
  • Lesson 1: Modifying Configuration Archive Settings
  • Topic 1: Configuration System Settings
  • Topic 2: Configuration Archive System Settings
  • Lesson2: Managing the Configuration Archive
  • Topic 1: Schedule Configuration Archive Collections
  • Topic 2: Modify Configurations for a Single Device
  • Lesson 3: Managing Templates for Wired Devices
  • Topic 1: Wired Templates Overview
  • Topic 2: Feature and Technologies Templates
  • Topic 3: Shared Policy Objects
  • Topic 4: Composite Templates
  • Topic 5: Configuration Groups
  • Topic 6: Deploy Configuration Templates to Multiple Devices
  • Lesson 4: Managing Templates for Wireless Devices
  • Topic 1: Wireless Templates Overview
  • Topic 2: Lightweight Access Point Templates
  • Topic 2: Autonomous Access Point Templates
  • Topic 3: Autonomous AP Migration Templates
  • Topic 4: Controller Configuration Groups
  • Topic 5: Switch Location Templates
  • Lesson 5: Working with Wireless Technologies
  • Topic 1: Chokepoints
  • Topic 2: WiFi TDOA Receivers
  • Topic 3: Access Points Radios
  • Lesson 6: Using Plug and Play
  • Topic 1: Bootstrap
  • Topic 2: Initial Device Setup
  • Topic 3: Controller Auto Provisioning
  • Topic 4: Profiles
  • Topic 5: Status
Module 5: Monitor and Troubleshoot
  • Lesson 1: Working with Dashboards
  • Topic 1: Introduction to Dashboards
  • Topic 2: Overview Dashboards
  • Topic 2: Wireless Dashboards
  • Topic 3: Performance Dashboards
  • Topic 4: Manage Dashboards and Dashlets
  • Lesson 2: Monitoring and Troubleshooting Devices and Users
  • Topic 1: Network Devices
  • Topic 2: Compute Devices
  • Topic 3: Manage Monitoring Policies
  • Topic 4: Alarms and Events
  • Topic 5: Clients and Users
  • Topic 6: Wireless Technologies
  • Topic 7: Tools
  • Lesson 3: Generating Reports
  • Topic 1: Reports Launch Pad Overview
  • Topic 2: Create and Customize Reports
  • Topic 3: Schedule Reports using Templates
  • Lesson 4: Managing Services
  • Topic 1: Network Services
  • Topic 2: Routed Virtual Containers
  • Topic 3: Mobility Services
  • Topic 4: Application Visibility & Contro
Module 6: System Administration
  • Lesson 1: Managing the Server
  • Topic 1: Admin Dashboard
  • Topic 2: Logging
  • Topic 3: Users, Roles & AAA
  • Topic 4: Virtual Domains
  • Topic 5: User Preferences
  • Topic 6: Software Update
  • Topic 7: Settings
  • Topic 8: Licenses Topic 9: Health Rules
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Course Prerequisites
  • A basic understanding or previous training in network administration, management and troubleshooting is recommended.
  • Some understanding of Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and syslog network management components will be helpful.
  • One of the important prerequisites of the Cisco Prime Infrastructure 3.0 training is a knowledge of networks and networking terminology such as CCNA Routing & Switching v3.0 or an equivalent training.
  • It will help you attempt the Cisco Prime 3.0 training course, if you have knowledge of wireless networks and wireless networking terminology like CCNA Wireless or equivalent.

There are several benefits of doing a Cisco Prime training and some of these include:

  • You will learn data center management through FCAPS which is an ISO Telecommunications Management Network model and an acronym for Fault, Configuration, Accounting, Performance, Security.
  • Perform device discovery and configuration tasks and monitor and troubleshoot problems on the network that will help you perform well in your network management responsibilities.
  • The Cisco Prime Infrastructure 3.0 training will validate your skills in Network Management and help you land jobs from large enterprises who are specifically looking for certified experts to manage such critical IT functions.
Give an edge to your career with Cisco certification training courses Students can join the classes for Managing Networks with Cisco Prime Infrastructure V2.2 Course Certification Training at Koenig Campus located at New Delhi, Bengaluru, Shimla, Goa, Dehradun, Dubai & Instructor-Led Online.
 
 

FAQ's


Yes, fee excludes local taxes.
You need to contact an authorized test delivery partner in your area.
The Cisco Prime training will train you on how to map a network, system administration, role-based access control, monitoring and troubleshooting networks, and management of inventory and services, and configuration management.
Beginning the day after the failed attempt, you need to wait for 5 calendar days before attempting this exam again.
Electronic Certificate is usually sent to the registered email address in 3-5 business days.
The Cisco Prime Infrastructure course simplifies the management of wired and wireless networks. Two primary products integrated into the Prime Infrastructure include Prime LAN Management Solution (LMS) and Network Control System (NCS). The NMENPI training will teach you how to improve operational efficiency, eliminate/reduce errors through simple network management.
Some of the new features in Cisco Prime Infrastructure 2.2 includes; • New Wireless Support – This includes NBAR protocol pack update, IWAN support and configuration workflow, WLC 8.0, and Wireless AVC; • Operations Center – This new version has improvements in device and inventory grouping, network topology, job handling, virtual IP improvements amongst many other things; • Data Center Assurance – Effectively monitor faults and identify the main reason behind it, basic device management of Nexus 9000, and inventory support for UCS B and C
An interesting new change in the NMENPI v2.2 certification training is that Prime Infrastructure now supports native internet explorer browsers i.e. versions 10 and 11. It has a converged menu option now and there is no need to install additional Flash or Chrome plug-ins. Even the dashboard is neatly organized now and has become more user-friendly. You can easily access “topology” and “maps” from the top level and other options such as report, administration, configuration, and inventory are easily accessible.