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Unlock the full potential of your network infrastructure with our comprehensive F5 Training Whether you are a seasoned IT professional or just starting your journey, our courses are designed to elevate your skills and empower you to harness the power of F5 BIG-IP LTM and BIG-IP DNS.

What you’ll learn in F5 Training/F5 Course

In this F5 Training, participants will acquire a comprehensive understanding of Application Delivery Fundamentals (Exam 101) and TMOS Administration (Exam 201). The course covers essential concepts such as the OSI model, F5 product roles, load balancing, high availability configurations, security models, and advanced acceleration techniques. Additionally, participants will gain hands-on experience in configuring and managing BIG-IP LTM (Local Traffic Manager), covering aspects like initial setup, traffic configuration, persistence, monitoring, and security. The training also delves into BIG-IP DNS (Domain Name System), exploring DNS resolution, configuration, acceleration, intelligent resolutions, and advanced DNS topics. Overall, participants will develop the skills needed to proficiently administer F5 solutions for effective application delivery and DNS management.

How you’ll benefit with F5 Training/F5 Course

  • Gain expertise in managing F5 solutions for application delivery and DNS services.
  • Acquire comprehensive knowledge of the OSI model and key networking concepts.
  • Learn essential skills in load balancing, high availability configurations, and security models.
  • Develop practical experience in configuring and optimizing BIG-IP LTM (Local Traffic Manager) and BIG-IP DNS.
  • Enhance proficiency in handling critical components of network infrastructure.
  • Receive industry-recognized skills that are highly sought after in the IT job market.
  • Strengthen your current role or explore new career opportunities.
  • Gain a competitive edge in the dynamic field of network and application management.

Who should enroll for F5 Training/F5 Course

The F5 Training/F5 Course is ideal for:
  • IT professionals seeking to enhance their skills in application delivery and network management.
  • Network administrators responsible for configuring and maintaining F5 solutions.
  • System engineers looking to deepen their knowledge of load balancing, security, and DNS services.
  • Individuals aiming to pursue careers in network infrastructure, cloud computing, or cybersecurity.
  • Anyone interested in acquiring expertise in F5 technologies for improved job prospects and professional growth.

F5 Training/F5 Course Prerequisites

  • Basic understanding of networking concepts, protocols, and architecture.
  • Familiarity with the fundamentals of the OSI model.
  • Familiarity of TCP/IP and related protocols.
  • Basic understanding of server and application concepts.
  • Prior experience with network devices and configurations.
  • Proficiency in using common IT tools and software.
  • It is recommended for participants to have completed relevant introductory networking courses or possess equivalent experience in the field.

F5 Training/F5 Course Details – Objectives

  • Understand the OSI model layers: grasp the functions and distinctions between them.
  • Explain address types across OSI layers: explore data link, network, transport, and application layer protocols.
  • Articulate the role of F5 products (APM, LTM, ASM, GTM): comprehend purposes, benefits, and use cases of iRules and iApps.
  • Differentiate full proxy and packet forwarding architectures: discuss high availability configurations and explore load balancing concepts, algorithms, and considerations.
  • Explain persistence concept: differentiate client and server roles, describe positive and negative security models with benefits.
  • Understand cryptographic services, authentication methods, VPN technologies: differentiate hardware and virtual application delivery platforms.
  • Explore advanced acceleration techniques for TCP and HTTP in TMOS Administration (Exam 201).
  • In TMOS Administration, explain relationships between interfaces, trunks, VLANs, self-IPs, and routes: determine expected traffic behavior and identify reasons for virtual server and pool issues.
  • Recognize network-level performance issues and reasons for load balancing failure: identify and report current device status and apply concepts for high availability management.
  • Configure management connectivity: interpret log files for events and hardware issues, apply concepts for UCS archive and software image management.
  • Identify licensed and provisioned modules: explain authentication methods and configured system services, understand config sync.
  • Modify/manage virtual servers and pools: define characteristics of a support ticket with F5, explain licensing processes.
  • Apply concepts for End User Diagnostics (EUD): generate qkview using iHealth, identify online support resources/tools.
  • In F5 Configuring BIG-IP LTM: Local Traffic Manager, perform BIG-IP initial setup, and review local traffic configuration (nodes, pools, virtual servers, profiles).
  • Load balance traffic with LTM: modify traffic behavior with persistence, monitor application health, process traffic with virtual servers and SNATs.
  • Further modify traffic behavior using profiles for optimization and acceleration: explore VLAN tagging, trunking, and network segmentation.
  • Customize application delivery with iRules and local traffic policies: secure application delivery with LTM, addressing various threats and vulnerabilities.
  • In F5 Configuring BIG-IP DNS: Domain Name System, understand DNS and its resolution flow through BIG-IP DNS.
  • Configure DNS listeners, accelerate DNS resolution, implement intelligent DNS resolutions: use LDNS probes and metrics for efficient DNS resolution.
  • Load balance intelligent DNS resolution with various methods and algorithms: monitor intelligent DNS resources and explore advanced DNS topics like DNSSEC and iRules integration.
  • Manage BIG-IP DNS sync groups for enhanced reliability and scalability.

F5 Training/F5 Course -Detailed

Application Delivery Fundamentals (Exam 101)

  • Explain, compare, and contrast OSI layers
  • Describe functions of each OSI layer
  • Differentiate between OSI layers
  • Describe address types at different layers
  • Explain data link layer protocols and technologies
  • Explain network layer protocols and technologies
  • Explain transport layer protocols and technologies
  • Explain application layer protocols and technologies
  • Articulate the role of F5 products
  • Explain APM, LTM, ASM, GTM purposes and benefits
  • Explain iRules purpose, advantages, and use cases
  • Explain iApps purpose, advantages, and use cases
  • Explain full proxy and packet forwarding architectures
  • Explain high availability (HA) configurations
  • Discuss load balancing purpose, use cases, and considerations
  • Explain load distribution across servers
  • Determine appropriate load balancing algorithm
  • Explain the concept of persistence
  • Differentiate between client and server roles
  • Compare positive and negative security models
  • Describe benefits of positive and negative security models
  • Explain cryptographic services, signing, encryption, certificates
  • Distinguish between private/public keys
  • Explain authentication purpose, advantages, and types
  • Describe IPsec and SSL VPN purpose, advantages, and use cases
  • Describe hardware and virtual machine application delivery platforms
  • Explain when each solution is appropriate
  • Explain advanced acceleration techniques
  • Describe advanced acceleration techniques for TCP and HTTP

TMOS Administration (Exam 201)

  • Explain relationship between interfaces, trunks, VLANs, self-IPs, routes
  • Determine expected traffic behavior based on configuration
  • Identify reasons for virtual server and pool issues
  • Determine resource utilization (CPU, Disk, Memory)
  • Identify different virtual server types
  • Identify network-level performance issues
  • Identify reasons load balancing is not working
  • Identify and report current device status
  • Apply concepts for high availability management
  • Identify management connectivity configurations
  • List log files for events and hardware issues
  • Apply concepts for UCS archive management
  • Apply concepts for software image management
  • Identify licensed and provisioned modules
  • Explain authentication methods
  • Identify configured system services
  • Explain config sync
  • Apply concepts to modify and manage virtual servers
  • Apply concepts to modify and manage pools
  • Define characteristics of a support ticket with F5
  • Explain licensing processes and modifications
  • Apply concepts for End User Diagnostics (EUD)
  • Apply concepts to generate a qkview and use iHealth


  • Introducing the BIG-IP System
  • Initially Setting Up the BIG-IP System
  • Archiving the BIG-IP Configuration
  • Leveraging F5 Support Resources and Tools
  • Reviewing Nodes, Pools, and Virtual Servers
  • Reviewing Address Translation
  • Reviewing Routing Assumptions
  • Reviewing Application Health Monitoring
  • Reviewing Traffic Behavior Modification with Profiles
  • Reviewing the TMOS Shell (TMSH)
  • Reviewing Managing BIG-IP Configuration Data
  • Exploring Load Balancing Options
  • Using Priority Group Activation and Fallback Host
  • Comparing Member and Node Load Balancing
  • Reviewing Persistence
  • Introducing Cookie Persistence
  • Specifying Default and Fallback Persistence
  • Introducing SSL Persistence
  • Introducing SIP Persistence
  • Introducing Universal Persistence
  • Introducing Destination Address Affinity Persistence
  • Using Match Across Options for Persistence
  • Differentiating Monitor Types
  • Customizing the HTTP Monitor
  • Monitoring an Alias Address and Port
  • Monitoring a Path vs. Monitoring a Device
  • Managing Multiple Monitors
  • Using Application Check Monitors
  • Using Manual Resume and Advanced Monitor Timer Settings
  • Understanding the Need for Other Virtual Server Types
  • Forwarding Traffic with a Virtual Server
  • Understanding Virtual Server Order of Precedence
  • Path Load Balancing
  • Overview of SNATs
  • Using SNAT Pools
  • SNATs as Listeners
  • SNAT Specificity
  • VIP Bounceback
  • Additional SNAT Options
  • Network Packet Processing Review
  • Profiles Overview
  • TCP Express Optimization
  • TCP Profiles Overview
  • HTTP Profile Options
  • HTTP/2 Profile Options
  • OneConnect
  • Offloading HTTP Compression to BIG-IP
  • Web Acceleration Profile and HTTP Caching
  • Stream Profiles
  • F5 Acceleration Technologies
  • VLAN, VLAN Tagging, and Trunking
  • Restricting Network Access
  • SNMP Features
  • Segmenting Network Traffic with Route Domains
  • Getting Started with iRules
  • Understanding When iRules are Triggered
  • Deploying iRules
  • Constructing an iRule
  • Testing and Debugging iRules
  • Exploring iRules Documentation
  • Getting Started with Local Traffic Policies
  • Configuring and Managing Policy Rules
  • Understanding Today’s Threat Landscape
  • Integrating LTM Into Your Security Strategy
  • Defending Your Environment Against SYN Flood Attacks
  • Defending Your Environment Against Other Volumetric Attacks
  • Addressing Application Vulnerabilities with iRules and Local Traffic Policies
  • Detecting and Mitigating Other Common HTTP Threats


  • Exam Code: 300-410 ENARSI
  • Exam Name: Implementing Cisco Enterprise Advanced Routing and Services
  • Exam Duration: : 90 minutes
  • Available languages: English, Japanese
  • Exam Location: This exam is conducted at Pearson Vue Centers.
  • Vendor Name: Cisco Systems
  • Exam Cost: $300 USD, plus tax
  • Exam Code: 350-401 ENCOR
  • Exam Name: Implementing and Operating Cisco Enterprise Network Core Technologies
  • Exam Duration: : 120 minutes
  • Available languages: English, Japanese
  • Exam Location: This exam is conducted at Pearson Vue Centers.
  • Vendor Name: Cisco Systems
  • Exam Cost: $400 USD, plus tax
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