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CISCO WAAS training

CISCO WAAS training

Introduction of CISCO WAAS training:

CISCO WAAS training stands for CISCO Wide Area Application Services training. CISCO Wide Area Application Services (WAAS) is powerful application acceleration and WAN optimization solution that accelerates the performance of any TCP-based application over the WAN. The Cisco WAAS solution dramatically reduces total cost of ownership (TCO), improves application performance, enables more efficient use of the WAN, and integrates transparently with the network, is easy to deploy, and provides secure, centralized management and control.

Global Online Trainings provides CISCO Wide Area Application Services training. And it is providing classroom training at client premises Noida, Bangalore, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Delhi, and Pune. If you have any queries please contact Global Online Trainings helpline.

Mode of training:  Backbone Js Online training/backbone Js corporate training/Backbone Js classroom training.

Duration of course: 30 hrs

Do you provide materials: Yes, If you register with Global online trainings, the materials will be provided.

course fee:  After register with Global online trainings, our coordinator will contact you.

Trainer experience: 15 years+

Batch Type: Regular, weekends and fast track.

Cisco WASS Training Course Content:

CISCO WAAS training course content

Overview of CISCO WAAS training:

Cisco WAAS training is deployed as a machine or network module incorporated with the branch router, It allowing customers to combine exclusive branch office servers and storage space into the data center and centrally organize new applications while still providing remote users with near-LAN performance. Cisco WAAS provides the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) and ease of integration for branch office and data center deployments through network transparency, reliable voice and data interoperability, and highest overall security. 

What is CISCO WAAS training?

The CISCO WAAS system consists of a set of plans called wide area application engines (WAEs). To optimize the TCP traffic over the network the CISCO WAAS training consist of WAEs work simultaneously.

When the client and server application attempts to communicate with each other, the network intercepts and redirects this traffic to the WAEs, so that they can act on behalf of the client application and the target server. To determine whether to optimize the traffic or allow it to pass through the network, built-in application policies are used. The WAEs is used to examine the traffic.

Cisco WAAS training is an industry-leading, easy-to-use solution that combines application acceleration technology with WAN optimization technology to address the dilemma in application implementation, drive the integration of distributed servers and storage, and get better the performance of existing centralized services. Maintain the performance level of services that have been centralized.

Uses of CISCO WAAS training:

Organizations can use Cisco WAAS to accomplish their primary IT goals:

  • Centralize application and storage in the data center while maintaining application performance similar to LAN.
  • Improve enterprise throughput, application implementation and application data to maintain or increase user productivity and efficiency
  • Efficiently leverage accessible WAN connections to reduce the high cost of upgrading WAN bandwidth.
  • Reduce the overall floor space used by branch office equipment while implementing locally hosted IT services.

Test topology of CISCO WAAS training:

The simplified network topology used for testing is based on methods from the remote site to the core site. The left side of the figure is the remote site, consisting of a Cisco 2851 Integrated Services Router with two modules:

A network module running Cisco WAAS software (Cisco NME-502) and a 3G high-speed WAN interface card (HWIC) that provides wireless connectivity to the Internet.  The router and installed modules enable wireless connectivity and WAN optimization in a single chassis, reducing overall connectivity. 

The Microsoft Windows XP client is the final component of the remote site and is the endpoint for all measurements. On the right is the core site to which the remote site will connect.

 The core site uses the Cisco 3845 Integrated Services Router to provide an Internet connection, but instead of using a module, it uses a standalone Cisco WAAS appliance, the Cisco WAE-612 Wide Area Application Engine. 

The second Cisco WAE-612 acts as a central manager, providing management services for the core Cisco WAE and the Cisco NME at the remote site. Finally, Microsoft Windows 2003 Server is used to provide Common Internet File System (CIFS) file services, Microsoft Active Directory, FTP, HTTP, Domain Name System (DNS), and Network Time Protocol (NTP).

The remote site does not have an outgoing physical connection and relies on the HWIC to provide connectivity to the service provider’s 3G wireless network. The service provider terminates the wireless module at the gateway and then routes interchange over the Internet to the WAN interface of the core site router. Because the remote site and the core site use personal addresses, a Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) tunnel is recognized between the two routers to encapsulate traffic flowing through the Internet.

Traffic flowing from the client to the remote router uses Web Cache Traffic Protocol version 2 (WCCPv2) to intercept all TCP traffic and send it to the Cisco WAAS module. Traffic is optimized and then sent over the WAN link to the core router, which also uses WCCPv2 to intercept the optimized traffic and send it to the Cisco WAE on that side. 

The Cisco WAE at the core side de-optimizes traffic and sends it to the server. The data returned from the server is transmitted in the reverse path, and so on. In real-world scenarios, security needs to be considered, so some types of encryption should be added to the tunnel.

 This can be done by the router using IP security (IPsec) on the GRE interface or by using an external VPN solution between the two Cisco WAASs. Both ends of the router are running Cisco IOS Software Release 12.4(15) T7 and Cisco WAAS Software version 4.1.1.

Third generation optimization by CISCO WAAS training:

CISCO WAAS training is used to optimize the third generation wireless networks. As wireless networks speed up and amplify reliability, they provide a viable alternative to traditional wired WAN solutions that can serve as the primary right to use link or backup link for wired services.

Third-generation (3G) wireless solutions are designed to provide relatively low cost and high speed for use in areas where it is difficult or impossible to obtain wired connections. However, 3G wireless networks are not perfect, and their disadvantages include relatively high latency, asymmetric bandwidth limitations, and packet loss. 

 Each test is performed using data and applications under real-world applications to illustrate the overall experience improvements that users can achieve after optimizing and accelerating the link. In all cases, a 3G wireless link can achieve substantial performance improvements as long as Cisco WAAS is deployed.

CISCO WAAS training advantages:

Branch infrastructure integration
  • Consolidate branch office servers into corporate data centers.
  • Reduce branch operating expenses, capital usage and bandwidth expenses.
  • Improve data availability, manageability, and policy consistency.
  • Centralize data protection and simplify storage management.
Fast application access       
  • Provide LAN-like performance for centralized applications on the WAN.
  • Extend application coverage to increase employee productivity, sharing and collaboration.
  • Reliably provide application content (Web, files, video, ERP, CRM, etc.) for all branch offices.
Improve WAN utilization
  • Decrease the cost of WAN bandwidth at the same time as civilizing end-user performance.
  • Integration with the network architecture ensures that the best service levels are provided for network traffic based on business requirements.
Designed for business
  • Part of a total architectural solution that is part of a branch office.
  • Enterprise-class scalability, ease of deployment, and reliability.
  • Transparent integration with existing IP networks.
  • Have global Cisco advanced services and support.

Conclusion of CISCO WAAS training:

Global online trainings will provide best corporate training on CISCO wide area application services training by corporate trainers. CISCO WAAS is used in the optimization of third generation of wireless networks. In this CISCO WAAS training, the system consists of a set of devices. Global Online Trainings provides CISCO WAAS training with in depth knowledge.  The average package of CISCO WAAS training is 2 -3 lakhs per annum.