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RS0132 - SDA Assurance Sensor (Part 3)

The video shows you how to setup SDA assurance sensor on Cisco DNAC using 802.11AC Wave 2 access point. We will go through creating sensor-driven test profile and review some samples test results. This will help you realize the benefits of proactive monitoring capability of DNA Assurance. 
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RS0132 - SDA Assurance Sensor (Part 2)

The video shows you how to setup SDA assurance sensor on Cisco DNAC using 802.11AC Wave 2 access point. We will go through creating sensor-driven test profile and review some samples test results. This will help you realize the benefits of proactive monitoring capability of DNA Assurance. 
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RS0132 - SDA Assurance Sensor (Part 1)

The video shows you how to setup SDA assurance sensor on Cisco DNAC using 802.11AC Wave 2 access point. We will go through creating sensor-driven test profile and review some samples test results. This will help you realize the benefits of proactive monitoring capability of DNA Assurance. 
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RS0131 - SDA Assurance Telemetry (Part 3)

The video demonstrates wired and wireless Assurance on Cisco DNAC. We will first go through necessary configuration to enable DNA Assurance. The remaining part of the videos reviews data displayed on DNAC Assurance dashboard including network and client health monitoring to understand the level of visibility, troubleshooting capabilities, and benefits of the feature.
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RS0131 - SDA Assurance Telemetry (Part 2)

The video demonstrates wired and wireless Assurance on Cisco DNAC. We will first go through necessary configuration to enable DNA Assurance. The remaining part of the videos reviews data displayed on DNAC Assurance dashboard including network and client health monitoring to understand the level of visibility, troubleshooting capabilities, and benefits of the feature.
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RS0131 - SDA Assurance Telemetry (Part 1)

The video demonstrates wired and wireless Assurance on Cisco DNAC. We will first go through necessary configuration to enable DNA Assurance. The remaining part of the videos reviews data displayed on DNAC Assurance dashboard including network and client health monitoring to understand the level of visibility, troubleshooting capabilities, and benefits of the feature.
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RS0130 - SDA Multicast (Part 3)

The video shows you how to support multicast traffic on Cisco Software Defined Access fabric. We will go through configuration on DNAC and try to understand how multicast packets are delivered with packet capture. We will attempt having multicast source both on and off the fabric. The video finishes with extending multicast to fabric-enabled wireless.
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RS0130 - SDA Multicast (Part 2)

The video shows you how to support multicast traffic on Cisco Software Defined Access fabric. We will go through configuration on DNAC and try to understand how multicast packets are delivered with packet capture. We will attempt having multicast source both on and off the fabric. The video finishes with extending multicast to fabric-enabled wireless.
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RS0130 - SDA Multicast (Part 1)

The video shows you how to support multicast traffic on Cisco Software Defined Access fabric. We will go through configuration on DNAC and try to understand how multicast packets are delivered with packet capture. We will attempt having multicast source both on and off the fabric. The video finishes with extending multicast to fabric-enabled wireless.
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RS0129 - SDA Wireless Guest (Part 3)

The video shows two ways that you can design guest fabric-enabled wireless on Cisco DNAC. The first method is treat guest like any other VN and have traffic exit regular border node. The second method is to have guest traffic tunnelled to a dedicated guest border node in a DMZ. We will take Wireshark packet capture and perform analysis. The video ends with demonstration that anchored guest traffic is also applicable to wired guest.
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