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ASR 5000 TTG System Administration (TTG)

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Course Schedule

  • 3 Days Course
    Mobile Internet Technology

    Classroom + Online

    Course Details

    Overview

    This course provides detailed instruction on how to configure and monitor the Cisco® ASR 5000 to function as a tunnel termination gateway (TTG) in a 3G Wi-Fi offload network environment. The TTG provides interworking between a wireless LAN (WLAN) and a 3G mobile packet core (MPC).

    Objectives

    Upon completion of this course, you should have a thorough understanding of the following aspects of the platform:

    • Performing basic service configuration and monitoring of the eWAG
    • Monitoring the system for proper subscriber session establishment
    • Basic debugging of initial attachment failure

    Outline

    • Day 1: Morning Session
      • Discussion: Course Objectives and Schedule
      • Lesson 1: Getting Started with 3G Wi-Fi Offload
        • Client versus clientless devices
        • Trusted versus untrusted devices
        • TTG and Wi-Fi infrastructure
        • Role of wireless LAN controller (WLC)
        • SSIDs and VLANs
        • EAP-based WLAN authentication
        • Portal-based WLAN authentication
        • Handoffs between Wi-Fi and cellular network
        • Attachment to mobile packet core via the TTG
      • Lesson 2: Hardware overview of the ASR 5000
        • Viewing card status
        • Viewing port status
        • Basics of link aggregation
        • Lunch
    • Day 1: Afternoon Session
      • Lesson 3: Software Overview of the ASR 5000
        • Software tasks on TTG
        • Session recovery basics
        • Software licensing
        • System file system management
      • Lesson 4: Terminology
        • Logical interfaces
        • Bindings
        • Services
        • APNs
        • AAA server groups
    • Day 2: Morning Session
      • Review of Day One, Question-and-Answer Session
      • Lesson 5: Configuring the ASR 5000 for TTG Operation
        • Wu interface
        • IPSec transforms and policies
        • Wm AAA interface
        • Packet data gateway (PDG) service
        • GGSN service
        • SGTP service
    • Day 2: Afternoon Session
      • GPRS tunnel (GTP) interface
      • IP pools
      • APN config
      • Lab: Configuring for TTG operation
      • Tracing user sessions
    • Day 3: Morning Session
      • Review of Day Two, Question-and-Answer Session
      • Lesson 6: Monitoring and Troubleshooting TTG Operation
        • Viewing subscriber sessions
        • Tracing subscriber sessions
        • Role of DNS
        • Protocol monitor
        • Obtaining TTG information and statistics
        • Examining the SGTP service
    • Day 3: Afternoon Session
      • Lesson 7: Logging on the ASR 5000
        • Viewing system logs
        • Configuring runtime logging
        • Redirecting logging output
        • Logging a subscriber session
        • Configuring a syslog server
        • Crash logging
      • Lesson 8: Threshold Crossing Alarms (TCAs)
        • Alert versus alarm model
        • Displaying threshold crossing alarm settings
        • Configuring threshold crossing alarms
        • Viewing alarms that have fired

    Target Audience

    This course is designed for participants from any of the following disciplines who are responsible for the planning, configuration, and management of the ASR 5000:

    • Network engineering
    • Network consulting
    • Customer support
    • Field engineering

    Prerequisites

    Following are the prerequisites for this course:

    • Participants must also have a thorough understanding of IP routing, networking protocols, and a basic working knowledge of applicable Wi-Fi network operation.

     

    Participant Material Requirements

    • Participants are required to bring the following materials to this training course:
    • Laptop or notebook computer with:
      • Terminal emulation program (such as PuTTY, available at http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/) capable of Telnet or SSH
      • 10/100BASE-T Ethernet interface

    Participants are responsible for all travel and expenses.