Nomadix offers a classroom-based session at its headquarters. During this 2-day session, detailed instruction and hands-on training gives a complete understanding of the Nomadix Service Engine (NSE) and how to configure the Access Gateway (AG) for deployment. After completing the training, each person will know how to use the features listed in the sample agenda below and will receive a certificate acknowledging they are a Nomadix-certified user.

The session costs $1,500 and channel partners or end users can secure a seat by purchasing part number 917-1000-001 from their preferred Nomadix distributor or reseller. Class size is kept small (8 students per session) to maximize learning and student-to-teacher ratio.* For groups larger than 8, contact Nomadix to discuss cost for training at your location.

* A minimum of two persons is required to hold the class.

2017 Training dates

Date

Location

Class times

April 19-20

Agoura Hills, CA US

9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Pacific

August 16-17

Agoura Hills, CA US

9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Pacific

November 8-9

Agoura Hills, CA US

9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Pacific

Check back soon for upcoming 2018 training dates!

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Sample agenda

Classes start at 9 a.m. and attendees should plan to bring their own laptop. Covering an introduction to the basic and new Access Gateway features (i.e. DAT, Radius, PMS), configuration, port location and system and interface uses, attendees will be provided hands-on experience with:

Registration of New Access Gateway

  • First time set-up
  • License key retrieval

DHCP set up

  • Using the on board DHCP server
  • Configuring subnet-based
  • Configuring IP Upsell options

INAT

  • How INAT works
  • Configuring INAT on the Access Gateway

Authentication, Authorization & Accounting (AAA)

  • Using the various built in authentication methods
  • User name/Password authentication using the internal database
  • Group Accounts and Radius
  • Credit Card authentication
  • PMS authentication & XML
  • Portal Server options

High Availability Failover (HAF)

  • How High Availability Failover works
  • Configuring High Availability Failover

Load Balancing

  • How Load Balancing works
  • Configuring Load Balancing

Class Based Queuing

  • How Class Based Queuing works
  • Configuring Class Based Queuing

Static Port Mapping

  • How Static Port Mapping works
  • Configuring Static Port Mapping

Packet Capture

  • How Packet Capture works
  • Configuring Packet Capture

Syslogs

  • How to use Syslogs for troubleshooting

SNMP

  • Configuring SNMP
  • Using SNMP

Zone Migration

  • How Zone Migration works
  • Configuring Zone Migration