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IPNGN - Deploying Cisco Prime IP NGN aka Prime Carrier Management (IPNGN)

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  • Certifications
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  • Objectives
  • Content
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Course Overview

Course Duration: 5 Days

The Cisco Prime Internet Protocol Next-Generation Network (IP NGN) course is an introduction course to the CCNA-SP and CCNA-SP training and certification.

The course is a 5-day Instructor Lead Training course that provides network engineers and Technicians with the basic knowledge and skills necessary to support a service provider network. The course provides knowledge of the major components of a network and helps learners to understand how service provider networks function. The course introduces IP Next-Generation Network architecture that helps service providers to build modern, scalable and reliable networks. The course also includes classroom activities with remote labs that are useful to gain practical skills for deploying basic Cisco IOS / IOS XE and Cisco IOS XR software features to operate and support service provider network.

Who Should Attend

Course Certifications

This course is part of the following Certifications:


  • In order to successfully deliver this training, customers are required to work with Trainocate with the relevant software and licenses to ensure smooth delivery.

Course Objectives

Cisco Prime Central and Fault Management 1.3

  • 1. Working with the Cisco Prime Central portal

  • 2. Managing Users

  • 3. Monitoring the Suite

  • 4. Managing Inventory

  • 5. Managing Faults (Prime Fault Management)


Administering Cisco Prime Network 

  • 1. Setting Up Prime Network and Using Prime Network with Cisco Prime Central

  • 2. Managing Prime Network Components: Gateways, Units, and AVMs

  • 3. Configuring Device VNEs and Troubleshooting VNE Problems

  • 4. Managing Prime Network Components: Gateways, Units, and AVMs

  • 5. Controlling Device Access and Authorization Using Device Scopes

  • 6. Managing System Security

  • 7. Configuring Devices So They Can Be Properly Modeled and Managed by Prime Network


Using Cisco Prime Network 4.1

  • 1. Setting Up the Prime Network Clients

  • 2. Setting Up Change and Configuration Management

  • 3. Setting Up Vision Client Maps

  • 4. Setting Up Fault Management

  • 5. Viewing Devices, Links, and Services in Maps

  • 6. Drilling Down into an NE s Physical and Logical Inventories and Changing Basic NE Properties

  • 7. Managing Device Configurations and Software Images

  • 8. Managing Tickets with the Vision Client


Cisco Prime Performance Manager 1.5

  • 1. Prime Performance Manager Overview

  • 2. Managing Gateways and Units Using the Command Line Interface

  • 3. Managing the Web Interface 

  • 4. Discovering Network Devices

  • 5. Managing Users

  • 6. Managing Reports and Dashboards

  • 7. Managing Network Devices

  • 8. Managing Network Alarms and Events

  • 9. Managing Thresholds


Cisco Prime Provisioning 6.6

  • 1. Prime Provisioning GUI Overview

  • 2. Before Setting Up Prime Provisioning

    • a) Setting Up Resources

    • b) Interface Access Domains

    • c) Resource Pools

    • d) Route Targets

    • e) VPNs Overview (Theory)

    • f) Managing Ethernet Virtual Circuit (EVC) Services (Theory)

    • g) Managing MPLS VPN Services (Theory)

    • h) Managing MPLS Traffic Engineering Services (Theory)

    • i) Managing Service Requests (Theory)

    • j) Monitoring: Task Manager (Theory)


Course Content

  • Module 1 : Cisco Prime Central 1.3

  • Module 2 : Cisco Prime Performance Manager 1.5 

  • Module 3 : Cisco Prime Provisioning 6.6

  • Module 4 : Cisco Prime Network 4.1

Course ID: IPNGN

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