Why choose JNtech Networks for CISCO SD-WAN?


It is a software-definedsolution for managing a wide area network (WAN). This is used in the industry to improve network security, application performance and business agility. The most important thing is, the total cost of the bandwidth is also reduced with a better performance. Due to this high range of possibilities, corporates and industries try to imbibe the SD-WAN tech for their firms over traditional WAN.

JNTech is a well-equipped Cisco SD-WAN training institute in Delhi NCR, which provide hands-on tech-based training to candidates both online and offline medium. We have virtual classrooms and labs giving opportunity for students to choose their training mode as per convenience.

The Course Objective

We work as per the Industry standards and offer the best possible outcome for the students as per their potential. Our SD -WAN course material however follows a fixed pattern which is tested over time to be the best practice for understanding the subject and getting the highest placements. 

Who This Course Is Made For

You can start the course with little or no knowledge also, as we can direct you in the same manner. But if you have a little extra knowledge on subjects like –

  • Understanding knowledge of WAN technology
  • Basic knowledge of Routing Protocol operations
  • Transport layer Security and IP security
  • Knowledge of software-defined networking concept for large scale

Then the process of learning will be compact and fast. You can upgrade to a next-gen cloud-based WAN technology with Cisco SD Wan Certification at JNTech Networks. The course will cover configuring, operating and monitoring the overlay routing in a secure network.

We will also teach you about the Quality of Service (QoS) in the SD-WAN overlay network and policy building for it.

How Will You Benefit From the SD-WAN Course

We can help you in many ways at JNTech Networks. These are a few of the benefits of working with us –

  • Low cost and high diversity establishing of Transport – Independent WAN
  • Service level agreement for critical businesses and real-time applications
  • Extending in the public cloud
  • End-to-end protection segmentation for protection of critical enterprise resources
  • Optimizing the user experience for SAAS applications

Opportunities for an SD-WAN Engineer

SD-WAN has rapidly grown in the near past and has most of the firms engaged in engineers. It has made a rapid stride since it came into the industry. As a survey by International Drop Corporation, SD-WAN has a market compounding to a growth of 31.2% from 2019-2024 and the market will achieve a market price of more than $5.25B in 2023.

So it won’t be wrong in saying that, it is a future technology for some reason and SD-WAN Certification Training in today’s day is very important.

Training Mode

Instructor Led Training/Online Training

Classroom Training

On Demand Training

CISCO SD-WAN Course Duration


90 Minutes/Day 
1 Month


As per candidate schedule

Training Schedule For SD-WAN Course (Weekend)


Upcoming Batches

April 2021

10th April 2021

April 2021

17th April 2021

Fee of SD-WAN Course

FeeIndian StudentsInternational Students
Course FeeRs. 20000 INR$350 USD


You have to clear New CCNA & CCNP Enterprise Infrastructure as prerequisite.

CISCO SD-WAN Course Syllabus

• Traditional WAN – Challenges
• SD-WAN Overview and definitions
• SD-WAN Benefits
• SD-WAN Key Concepts
• SD-WAN Main Components
• Describe Cisco SD-WAN Architecture and Components
• Orchestration plane (vBond, NAT)
• Management plane (vManage)
• Control plane (vSmart, OMP)
• Data plane (vEdge)
• IPsec
• vRoute
• Describe WAN Edge platform types, capabilities (vEdges, cEdges)

  • Describe controller cloud deploymen
  • Describe Controller on-Prem Deployment
  • Hosting platform (KVM/Hypervisor)
  • Installing controllers
  • Scalability and redundancy
  • Configure and verify certificates and whitelisting
  • Troubleshoot control-plane connectivity between controllers

• Describe WAN Edge deployment
• On-boarding
• Orchestration with zero-touch provisioning/plug-and-play
• Single/multi data center/regional hub deployments
• Configure and verify SD-WAN data plane
• Circuit termination/TLOC-extension
• Underlay-overlay connectivity
• Configure and verify OMP
• Configure and verify TLOCs
• Configure and verify CLI and vManage feature configuration templates

• Configure and verify control policies
• Configure and verify data policies
• Configure and verify end-to-end segmentation
• VPN segmentation
• Topologies
• Configure and verify SD-WAN application-aware routing
• Configure and verify direct Internet access

  • Configure and verify service insertion
  • Describe application-aware firewall
  • Configure and verify QoS treatment on WAN edge routers
  • Scheduling
  • Queuing
  • Shaping
  • Policing
  • Describe monitoring and reporting from vManage
  • Configure and verify monitoring and reporting
  • Describe REST API monitoring
  • Describe software upgrade from vManage


Our Lab sessions focus on practical aspects for Implementing & Troubleshooting SDWAN
operation of:

Lab 1 – Interconnecting the SD-WAN components
Lab 2 – Installing the enterprise root CA server

Lab 3 – Performing initial configurations on vManage via CLI
Lab 4 – Exploring vManage GUI mode
Lab 5 – Performing initial configurations on vBond via CLI
Lab 6 – Registering and installing certificate for vBond in vManage
Lab 7 – Performing initial configurations on vSmart via CLI
Lab 8 – Registering and installing certificate for vSmart in vManage

Lab 9 – Performing initial configurations on vEdge via CLI
Lab 10 – Registering vEdges devices in vManage
Lab 11 – Performing initial configurations on cEdge via CLI
Lab 12 – Registering cEdges devices in vManage

Lab 13 – Configuring System template
Lab 14 – Configuring Banner template
Lab 15 – Configuring VPN 0 and VPN 512 templates
Lab 16 – Configuring VPN 0 interface and VPN 512 interface templates
Lab 17 – Configuring AAA, BFD and OMP templates
Lab 18 – Configuring device template from various feature templates

Lab 19 – Adding service-side VPNs in sites using CLI and template
Lab 20 – Configuring static routing using CLI
Lab 21 – Configuring OSPF routing using CLI
Lab 22 – Configuring BGP routing using CLI
Lab 23 – Configuring routing using templates in vManage GUI
Lab 24 – Attaching routing feature template in device template
Lab 25 – Verifying the reachability between sites using CLI and vManage
Lab 26 – Configure TLOC extension for site redundancy

Lab 27 – Configure an arbitrary hub-n-spoke topology for a VPN

Lab 28 – Create a control policy for traffic engineering using TLCOs

Lab 29 – Configuring a policy for firewall service insertion

Lab 30 – Perform route-filtering for sites using control policy

Lab 31 – Configuring route-leaking between VPNs for shared services

Lab 32 – Create a data policy to set preferred transport for certain traffic
Lab 33 – Implementing application-aware firewall policy for traffic
Lab 34 – Creating a ZBF policy to inspect interesting traffic
Lab 35 – Implementing application aware policies for real-time traffic
Lab 36 – Configuring vEdges with NAT and direct internet access
Lab 37 – Configuring various QoS concepts using data policy
Verifying Day 2 Operations
Lab 38 – Using vManage GUI to explore various monitoring feature
Lab 39 – Verifying syslog and tcpdump on vEdge devices
Lab 40 – Using apidocs to create a REST API call to query vManage
Lab 41 – Performing software upgrade for controllers and edge devices

• 1 vManage, 1/2 vSmart, 1 vBond Controller
• 5 vEdges, 1 cEdge,
• 7 Cisco 7200 Router,
• 3 Cisco Catalyst Switch,
• 2 Cisco routers for Transport Connection – ISP and MPLS
• 1 Win-Host
• 1 Root CA