Szkolenia Extreme Networks

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This course introduces the deployment of Layer 2 and Layer 3 features in a VDX switch Ethernet fabric. It is designed to help an administrator configure and manage the layer 3 capabilities of an Ethernet fabric-based network.

Upon completion of this course, students will have gained the working knowledge to:

  • Install and configure a VCS Fabric
  • Configure the VCS parameters to create a VCS Fabric
  • Configure features such as VLANs, Spanning Tree, vLAGs, breakout ports
  • Configure other features such as SNMP, NTP, sFLOW, AAA, 802.1x and syslog
  • Explain VCS Fabric features such as TRILL, DCB, ETS, PFC and FSPF
  • Explain traffic flow through a VCS Fabric
  • Explain the steps to upgrade firmware
  • Explain the Layer 3 processing and forwarding of traffic within a VCS fabric
  • Describe and configure Automatic Migration of Port Profiles (AMPP) in a VCS fabric
  • Describe the Layer 3 protocols supported in NOS and the various VDX switches
  • Describe and configure Layer 3 protocols in a VCS fabric using VDX switches
  • Discuss and deploy Layer 3 security and traffic control features in a VCS fabric
  • Discuss and deploy Layer 3 redundancy and dynamic routing protocols in a VCS fabric
  • Describe additional Layer 3 features including multitenancy and flow control
  • Explain and configure fault detection protocols in a VCS fabric
  • Identify the concepts and protocols used to deploy an IP Fabric on VDX switches
  • Discuss best practices when deploying a Layer 3 solution in a VCS fabric
  • Hands on labs to reinforce lecture material

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  • Introduction to VCS Fabric
  • Ethernet Fabrics
  • Distributed Intelligence
  • Logical Chassis
  • VDX Hardware
    • VDX Switch Models
    • License Options
  • VCS Fabric Technology
    • TRILL
    • TRILL Implementation in VCS Fabric
    • VCS Fabric Formation
  • Firmware Upgrade
    • Software Versions
    • Upgrade and Downgrade procedures
  • Configuring VCS Fabrics
    • VCS Fabric Modes
    • VCS Fabric Configuration
    • ISLs and Trunks
    • Principal Switch
    • Multicast Root
    • QSFP Breakout
  • Layer 2 Forwarding
    • FSPF
    • ECMP
    • Prioritisation
    • eNS
    • DCB
    • ETS
    • PFC
    • Multicast traffic in VCS
  • VLAN and Edge Port Configurations
    • Configuring VLANS
    • Configuration of edge ports
  • Spanning Tree
    • STP on VCS Fabric Edge Ports
    • RSTP, MSTP, PVST+, RPVST+ Support
    • Edge Loop Detection
    • BPDU Drop
  • Virtual Link Aggregation Groups (vLAGs)
    • vLAG configuration
    • Port Speed Settings
    • vLAG scalability
  • Monitoring, Logging, and Authentication
    • Configuring sFLOW
    • SNMP
    • Syslog
    • Radius, TACACS+, LADAP/AD
    • 802.1X
    • NTP
  • VDX VCS Architecture
    • ASICS
    • Packet Flow
  • AMPP
    • VM Mobility Challenges
    • Port Profiles
    • Port Profile states and Migration
    • AMPP Provisioning steps
    • vCentre Integration
  • Security and Traffic Control
    • Standard and Extended ACLS
    • L2 and L3 ACLs
    • PBR
    • DAI
  • Layer 3 Forwarding
    • IP Forwarding in VCS
    • L3 traffic flow in vcs Fabric
  • Layer 3 Addressing
    • PV4 and IPv6 support
    • Configuring L3 interfaces
    • Port channel configuration
    • Configuring Static Routes
    • Configuring DHCP Helper
  • Gateway Redundancy
    • VRRP vs VRRPe
    • Shortest Path Forwarding
    • Configuring VRRP and VRRPe
    • Configuring Fabric virtual Gateway
  • OSPF
    • Configuring OSPF
    • Configuring advanced features of OSPF
    • Monitoring commands
  • BGP
    • Configuring BGP
    • Configuring advanced BGP Features
    • Implementing BGP Policy Changes
    • BGP Attributes
  • Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
    • BFD Support for OSPF
    • BFD Support for BGP
    • BFD Support for Static Routes
    • Configuring BFD
  • Multitenancy
    • VxLAN
    • Virtual Fabric and FGL
    • VRF configuration
    • Routing Protocol configuration in VRF Instance
    • Route leaking configuration in VRFs
    • Route Distinguisher
    • Route Target
  • QoS
    • QoS Remarking
    • DSCP to COS Mapping
    • Flow Based QoS Configuration
  • IP Fabric
    • Datacentre trends
    • Creating IP Fabric
    • ARP/ND Management
    • VCS vs IP Fabrics
  • Multicasting
    • IGMP Configuration
    • PIM Configuration
  • Troubleshooting
    • Troubleshooting concepts
    • Data gathering
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Wymagania wstępne

Before taking this course, students should have working knowledge of:

  • VDX products
  • Networking Foundations or equivalent knowledge
  • Working knowledge of Layer2 and Layer 3 protocols
Poziom trudności
Czas trwania 4 dni
Certyfikat

The participants will obtain certificates signed by Extreme Networks.

This course prepares also for the Extreme Certified Specialist (ECS) – Data Center – VDX certification exam.

More information about Extreme Networks certification program and available certification levels you can find on the https://academy.extremenetworks.com/e_certifications/

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