Cisco Network Assurance Proficiency (Advanced Level)

  • 17m
  • 17 questions
The Cisco Network Assurance Proficiency benchmark will measure your ability to recognize key terms and concepts related to Cisco network assurance. You will be evaluated on troubleshooting tools, system logging, NetFlow, SPAN, IP SLA, SDN, and remote device configuration. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have the skills related to understanding key Cisco network assurance terminology and concepts.

Topics covered

  • configure a Cisco device to use DHCP to get an IP address
  • configure and use SPAN to monitor an interface on a Cisco device
  • configure NetFlow for logging to a remote device
  • distinguish between the different components of a syslog message
  • identify the needed configuration to establish a NetFlow
  • recognize Cisco DNA Center capabilities and management areas
  • recognize how to configure Control Plane Policing
  • recognize how to configure IP SLA on a Cisco device
  • recognize IPv6 First Hop Security mechanisms
  • recognize the benefits and purpose of Unicast Reverse Path Forwarding
  • recognize the communication, operations, and message types supported by SNMP
  • recognize the functionality provided by the Cisco DNA Centre controller used for life cycle management of Cisco devices
  • recognize the result of different AAA configuration options on Cisco devices
  • troubleshoot and configure transport inputs for a Cisco device
  • use the troubleshooting tool ping to identify if a host is reachable
  • work with NETCONF and RESTCONF on a network
  • work with the IP SLA feature to start and control a test