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The Core DDI Configuration & Administration Course (CDCA) combines instructor-led training and interactive labs to build a working in-depth knowledge of how to configure and manage Infoblox network appliances running Infoblox NIOS operating system.
Network fundamentals such as forward and reverse mapping DNS zones, DNS views; DHCP networks, custom options, ranges and fixed addresses; and visually manage the IP space using IPAM; performing Grid management, including system and protocol level monitoring, remote authentication, and NIOS upgrades all provide a solid understanding of how integrate and maintain Infoblox’s Core DDI product. Implementation of advanced NIOS features are also covered including dynamic DNS with TSIG and GSSTSIG, DNSSEC zone signing and validation, DNS Anycast, and DHCP failover.
The CDCA course is intended for anyone responsible for the implementation, administration, operations, maintenance, support, and day-to-day management of an Infoblox Core DDI product. This includes system administrators, network administrators, installers, sales engineers, systems engineers, professional services engineers (presales and post sales), and technical support professionals.
Anyone planning on taking the Core DDI Advanced Troubleshooting course (CDAT) are required to complete this course before attending the CDAT course.
1. Who is this course designed for?
This course is designed for Infoblox administrators with six months of practical experience to provide skills in respect of troubleshooting
2. What are the main subjects covered?
Troubleshooting Infoblox Grid, DNS, Dynamic DNS, DNS Security Extensions and DHCP
3. What are the main skills, knowledge or capabilities that course participants will take away? In other words, what will they be able to do afterwards that they couldn’t do before?
The students are provided with skills on how to troubleshoot an Infoblox Grid
4. Will course participants gain certification by completing the course?
The students will obtain the CDAT certification which allows the user to raise cases with Infoblox subject to their organisation’s support agreement
5. What are the main benefits to businesses whose employees complete this course?
Student Comment “The course has been very useful to gain a deep understanding of how to troubleshoot DNS and DHCP on an Infoblox Grid”
6. Why choose this course and course provider?
Student Comment “.., as always was superb! Cannot give him enough credit for his knowledge and the way he presents the class”
The Infoblox Core DDI Advanced Troubleshooting course takes two days to complete.
This is an advanced level course that will benefit anyone who is responsible for the management of an Infoblox Core DDI product, or someone who will be offering technical support for NIOS appliances. Course Benefit – CDAT certified engineers can raise support cases with Infoblox.
Yes, we offer instructor-led classroom learning in Alton.
This course is only available as a classroom-based course.
This course includes an exam voucher for the Core DDI Advanced Troubleshooting exam, which will gain you the Core DDI Advanced Troubleshooting accreditation. The CDAT exam can be taken during the four-day course.
You should have six months of experience supporting Infoblox Core DDI products and have attended a Core DDI Configuration and Administration course. You should also have Core DDI Configuration and Administration accreditation status.
This course will provide you with the knowledge of troubleshooting Infoblox Core DDI products to carry your role out successfully.