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Campus Fabric Switching and Routing

Building and managing 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.

Objectifs

  • 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

Prérequis

  • Students should possess a solid grasp of LAN concepts, including advanced Ethernet and TCP/IP skills

Programme de la formation

  • 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