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Cisco SDA Design Guidance and Best Practices

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Cisco® Software-Defined Access (SD-Access) enables customers to ease their network management worries, it gives you a single network fabric, from the edge to the cloud. You can set policy-based automation for users, devices, and things. Provide access to any application, without compromising on security. All while gaining awareness of what is hitting your network. And with automatic segmentation of users, devices, and applications, you can deploy and secure services faster.

 

The slides in this discussion is focused around how to design and implement a SDA network for a customer with small, medium and large networks. This also includes information on scale and best practices considerations for a network.

 

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RuthRussell7604
Beginner

I've chosen the following components for create a network- wire& wireless (Academic, practice), would like to know about proficiency, stability. What is the best choices if need to be updated.

Topology and Routers (C931-4P- Configuration for Wire and Wireless), second part Wiring connect Items (Cables & Connectors (CAT-E 6-with RJ455), Proposed Networking and internet working Devices (Firewalls (Firepower 2110)), and WAN design(Access point devices- Aironet 3800e AP-Wire and Wireless adapters), and  at the last part hardware (Dell- Precision 3430 computers).

The size of this network is medium , various rooms , about (7), users total = 200

Thanks for your help.

RRussell

 

marek.golha
Beginner

Hello,

isnt there also a video to the slides? It would be very helpful.

Thanks.

Marek

Adis Cato
Beginner

It would be awesome if this document could be updated with current features and details. I understand that the design approach is similar, but the DNA-C and ISE versions described here are obsolete, and there are several new features that need to be described...