The macmon training course is spread across three days, that build on each other. Each day tries to convey and deepen the participants knowledge of macmon. We emphasise on a practical approach, which is achieved by providing a virtual lab to each participant. Concise facts and the macmon NacBook will aide to understand the product on a more profound level.
This course is aimed at network administrators and like-minded takers that are familiar with terms like IP address, ARP, DNS, DHCP, VLAN. The macmon training course takes place at our headquarters in Berlin and will be conducted by one of our engineers.
The fee includes drinks and a joint lunch each day. If the compendious way of teaching during the course does not fully gratify your expectations, we encourage you to let us know!
Time: 10 am - 5 pm
We will undertake a basic configuration of macmon. Each participant will install their own macmon appliance in the virtual lab. The goal for the day is to end up with a deployable setup.
- Introduction & organisational issues
- Overview and objective of macmon
- Setup of a macmon appliance
- A network base configuration
- Topic: identity stores
- macmon’s rules engine
- Setup of 802.1X
Time: 9 am - 5 pm
Day 2 will cover advanced features of macmon, but also user-specific adjustments. The day’s goal will be to configure a personalised appliance, as it is common practise with most deployments. A Q&A to address questions from the first day, is included as well.
- Questions & Answers / day 1 recap
- Advanced Security
- User-defined notifications
- Rules engine samples
- Compliance module
- Interfaces to 3rd Party products (API)
- Guest portal
- Reports & dashboard
Time: 9 am - 4 pm
On day 3 we will learn how to troubleshoot macmon and also practise common product scenarios. Another Q&A wants to help deepen what was learned, as well as discuss matters that are of most interest to the group.
- Questions & Answers / day 2 recap
- Troubleshooting macmon
- macmon cluster
- Rules engine exercises
- API exercises
- Open questions & conclusion