ECS – Campus Fabric Switching & Routing

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ECS – Campus Fabric Switching & Routing

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ECS – Campus Fabric Switching & Routing
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4 päivää
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The Campus Fabric Switching and Routing (CFSR) course provides you with the skills to build and manage networks utilizing the Extreme Networks Campus Fabric networking environment. This knowledge will be reinforced through actual hands-on experience with networking equipment in a lab environment, where students will perform real world tasks.

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

  • To integrate and implement Extreme Networks Fabric Networking core and complex solutions based on reference architectures from Extreme Networks customer scenarios
  • Take the ECS Fabric Switching & Routing Exam

Fabric Connect Introduction

  • Shortest Path Bridging based network including Backbone Edge Bridge (BEB) and Backbone Core Bridge (BCB)
  • User Network Interfaces (UNI) and Network to Network Interfaces(NNI) in an SPB network
  • SPB forwarding plane using shortest path trees and the role of IS-IS routing
  • B-VLAN and B-MAC in the SPB core

Product Overview

  • Extreme Networks products that support Fabric Connect and Fabric Attach
  • Product features, scaling, and license requirements
  • Extreme Networks products in Fabric deployments

Fabric Connect Infrastructure

  • IS-IS routing protocol link state database and shortest path
  • Reverse Path Forwarding Check (RPFC) and Simple Loop Prevention Protocol (SLPP) to prevent loops
  • SPB implementation following best practices

Operations, Administration, Management

  • Connectivity Fault Manager (CFM) providing ping, traceroute, and trace-path tools at Layer 2
  • Configuring CFM on a SPB network

Implementing Layer 2 VSN

  • Fabric Connect services using Layer 2 Virtual Service Networks

Implementing Inter-VSN Routing

  • Inter-VSN Routing over Fabric Connect

Implementing IP Shortcuts

  • Fabric Connect services using IP Shortcut Routing

Implementing Layer 3 VSN

  • Layer Three Virtual Service Networks over Fabric Connect

IS-IS Accept Policies and Route Redistribution

  • IS-IS and other routing protocols

Fabric Services for Security Products

  • Fabric services to provide security

EFO, COM Plus and VPFM Plus

  • • Extreme Fabric Orchestrator, COM Plus, and VPFM Plus.

Switch Clustering

  • Switch Clustering including Inter-Switch Trunking and Virtual Inter-Switch Trunking.
  • Loop Prevention and Link Health
  • Best practices for link health and loop prevention using SLPP, SLPP Guard and VLACP

ToR Switching

  • Top-of-Rack switching in the Data Center

Extreme Management Center Introduction

  • Extreme Networks Management Center to:
    • Monitor the network health
    • Use of automated tools
    • Visibility of end user devices
    • Remote management of devices

Extreme Management Center Configuration

  • Manage your network using the following tools within the Extreme Management Center:
    • SNMP
    • CLI Credential
    • Site Template
    • Adding Devices

Implementing Multicast over SPB

  • IP Multicast in a Fabric Connect solution

Quality of Service

  • Quality of Service (QoS) in the Fabric Connect network

Fabric Extend

  • Fabric Extend and Open Network Adapter

Fabric Attach

  • Fabric Attach and SPB Fabric

This course is designed for individuals responsible for the configuration, management, maintenance, and support of the Extreme Networks family of switches.

Before attending the Campus Fabric Switching and Routing course, students should possess a solid grasp of LAN concepts, including advanced Ethernet and TCP/IP skills.

The Campus Fabric Switching and Routing (CFSR) course provides you with the skills to build and manage networks utilizing the Extreme Networks Campus Fabric networking environment. This knowledge will be reinforced through actual hands-on experience with networking equipment in a lab environment, where students will perform real world tasks.

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

  • To integrate and implement Extreme Networks Fabric Networking core and complex solutions based on reference architectures from Extreme Networks customer scenarios
  • Take the ECS Fabric Switching & Routing Exam

Fabric Connect Introduction

  • Shortest Path Bridging based network including Backbone Edge Bridge (BEB) and Backbone Core Bridge (BCB)
  • User Network Interfaces (UNI) and Network to Network Interfaces(NNI) in an SPB network
  • SPB forwarding plane using shortest path trees and the role of IS-IS routing
  • B-VLAN and B-MAC in the SPB core

Product Overview

  • Extreme Networks products that support Fabric Connect and Fabric Attach
  • Product features, scaling, and license requirements
  • Extreme Networks products in Fabric deployments

Fabric Connect Infrastructure

  • IS-IS routing protocol link state database and shortest path
  • Reverse Path Forwarding Check (RPFC) and Simple Loop Prevention Protocol (SLPP) to prevent loops
  • SPB implementation following best practices

Operations, Administration, Management

  • Connectivity Fault Manager (CFM) providing ping, traceroute, and trace-path tools at Layer 2
  • Configuring CFM on a SPB network

Implementing Layer 2 VSN

  • Fabric Connect services using Layer 2 Virtual Service Networks

Implementing Inter-VSN Routing

  • Inter-VSN Routing over Fabric Connect

Implementing IP Shortcuts

  • Fabric Connect services using IP Shortcut Routing

Implementing Layer 3 VSN

  • Layer Three Virtual Service Networks over Fabric Connect

IS-IS Accept Policies and Route Redistribution

  • IS-IS and other routing protocols

Fabric Services for Security Products

  • Fabric services to provide security

EFO, COM Plus and VPFM Plus

  • • Extreme Fabric Orchestrator, COM Plus, and VPFM Plus.

Switch Clustering

  • Switch Clustering including Inter-Switch Trunking and Virtual Inter-Switch Trunking.
  • Loop Prevention and Link Health
  • Best practices for link health and loop prevention using SLPP, SLPP Guard and VLACP

ToR Switching

  • Top-of-Rack switching in the Data Center

Extreme Management Center Introduction

  • Extreme Networks Management Center to:
    • Monitor the network health
    • Use of automated tools
    • Visibility of end user devices
    • Remote management of devices

Extreme Management Center Configuration

  • Manage your network using the following tools within the Extreme Management Center:
    • SNMP
    • CLI Credential
    • Site Template
    • Adding Devices

Implementing Multicast over SPB

  • IP Multicast in a Fabric Connect solution

Quality of Service

  • Quality of Service (QoS) in the Fabric Connect network

Fabric Extend

  • Fabric Extend and Open Network Adapter

Fabric Attach

  • Fabric Attach and SPB Fabric

This course is designed for individuals responsible for the configuration, management, maintenance, and support of the Extreme Networks family of switches.

Before attending the Campus Fabric Switching and Routing course, students should possess a solid grasp of LAN concepts, including advanced Ethernet and TCP/IP skills.

    Kurssiaikataulu
  • ` Dec 12 - Dec 15, 2022
  • ` Jan 9 - Jan 12, 2023
  • ` Feb 6 - Feb 9, 2023
  • ` Mar 6 - Mar 9, 2023
  • ` Apr 3 - Apr 6, 2023
  • ` May 1 - May 4, 2023