This offer includes three DMVPN webinars:
- DMVPN: From Basics to Scalable Networks describes DMVPN technology and its configuraiton on Cisco IOS;
- New DMVPN Features in IOS Release 15.x introduces new DMVPN features introduced in recent Cisco IOS releases;
- DMVPN Designs focuses on large-scale and redundant DMVPN design scenarios and design guidelines.
Recordings of all three webinars are available for $69.99 (you save $30). To buy them click the Buy Now button below. To buy an individual recording, please click on the webinar name (above) and buy the recording from the webinar description page.
The three webinars included in the DMVPN trilogy form the intermediate/advanced part of the VPN roadmap.
DMVPN: From Basics to Scalable Networks: all you need to know about DMVPN, from principles of operation to detailed router configurations and scalable network designs. Includes over a hundred tested router configurations covering 20+ deployment scenarios.
Basic knowledge of IPsec and GRE concepts is assumed, approximately at the level of the Choose the Optimal VPN Service webinar.
DMVPN New Features in IOS Release 15.x: describes all new DMVPN features added in IOS releases 15.0M and 15.1T&M. Includes tested router configurations for every single feature described in the webinar.
The webinar assumes familiarity with DMVPN technology and router configurations which you can gain through the DMVPN: From Basics to Scalable Networks webinar.
DMVPN Designs: describes typical large-scale redundant DMVPN designs, routing protocol selection, and DMVPN integration with Internet access, MPLS/VPN and 3G networks.
The webinar assumes thorough understanding of DMVPN technology which you can gain through the DMVPN: From Basics to Scalable Networks webinar. Familiarity with new DMVPN features described in DMVPN New Features in IOS Release 15.x is highly recommended.
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