CI-SWITCH Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks

Questo corso appartiene alla linea: Routing and Switching
Durata: 5 Giorni
Costo: € 2.500,00
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Data Sede
02-10-2017 Milano
12-02-2018 Milano
05-03-2018 Bologna
16-04-2018 Roma
28-05-2018 Milano
04-06-2018 Bologna
16-07-2018 Roma
17-09-2018 Milano
22-10-2018 Bologna
03-12-2018 Roma

A chi è rivolto il corso?
The course is appropriate for enterprise network engineers with at least one year of job experience who are ready to advance their skills and work independently on complex network solutions.


This course is part of the official Cisco CCNP® curriculum and covers the skills that are required for CCNP certification. Students will learn to plan, configure, and verify the implementation of complex enterprise switching solutions using Cisco Enterprise Campus Architecture. The course also covers secure integration of VLANs, WLANs, voice, and video into campus networks. Comprehensive labs emphasize hands-on learning and practice to reinforce configuration skills. It is part of the official CCNP curriculum and covers the same skills that are validated in the CCNP certification exams. This course replaces Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks (CI-BCMSN) CONTENUTO DETTAGLIATO

1. Analyzing Campus Network Designs Enterprise Campus Architecture Cisco SONA Benefits of the enterprise campus architecture Function of the core layer Impact of traffic types on the network infrastructure Cisco Lifecycle Services and Network Implementation The PPDIOO lifecycle approach PPDIOO implementation planning Lab 1-1 Debrief

2. Implementing VLANs in Campus Networks Applying Best Practices for VLAN Topologies VLAN segmentation models Given an enterprise VLAN network design, information needed to create an implementation plan, choices that need to be made, and the consequences of those choices Given an enterprise VLAN network design that contains end-to-end VLANs and trunks, create an implementation and verification plan then successfully execute that plan Given an enterprise VLAN network design that contains VTP, create an implementation and verification plan then successfully execute that plan Configuring Private VLANs (PVLANs) PVLANs Configure isolated PVLANs Configure community PVLANs Given an enterprise VLAN network design that contains PVLANs, create an implementation and verification plan then successfully execute that plan Configure PVLANs across multiple switches Configuring Link Aggregation with EtherChannel Benefits of EtherChannel Compare the PAgP and the LACP Given an enterprise VLAN network design that contains Layer 2 EtherChannel links, create an implementation and verification plan then successfully execute that plan Given an enterprise VLAN network design that contains load balancing among the ports included in an EtherChannel, create an implementation and verification plan, and then successfully execute that plan Lab 2-1 Debrief Lab 2-2 Debrief Lab 2-3 Debrief

3. Implementing Spanning Tree Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Enhancements STP standards STP operations Implement and configure PVRST+ RSTP port roles Verify RSTP configurations MSTP Implement and configure MSTP STP Stability Mechanisms Protect the operation of STP Configure BPDUGuard Configure BPDUFilter Configure RootGuard Configure LoopGuard Configure UDLD to detect and shut down unidirectional links Optimize STP operations by using the right combination of STP stability features Lab 3-1 Debrief Lab 3-2 Debrief

4. Implementing Inter-VLAN Routing Routing Between VLANs Configure and verify inter-VLAN routing in a Layer 2 topology using an external router, a switch SVI, or a switch-routed interface Configure both a switch and router to accommodate inter-VLAN packet transfer using an external router Layer 3 SVI Commands that are used to configure an SVI A routed port on a multilayer switch Commands that are used to configure a routed port on a multilayer switch Configure Layer 3 EtherChannel links Configure inter-VLAN routing on a multilayer switch Configure DHCP services on a Layer 3 switch Deploying Multilayer Switching with Cisco Express Forwarding Configure and verify inter-VLAN routing in a Layer 2 topology using multilayer switching with Cisco Express Forwarding Process of multilayer switching and how it differs when you are performing Layer 2 vs. Layer 3 switching Packet and frame header rewriting performed by a multilayer switch Layer 3 switch processing Switching methods available on a Cisco switch Configure Cisco Express Forwarding on a Cisco switch Lab 4-1 Debrief Lab 4-2 Debrief

5. Implementing a Highly Available Network High Availability Evaluate the uses, requirements, benefits, and performance expectations of high availability in a given enterprise network design Resiliency for high availability Design the network for optimal redundancy Implementing High Availability Implement high availability at the switch level Use Cisco StackWise technology on access switches Evaluate the impact of too little redundancy Assess the impact of uplink failure Implementing Network Monitoring Implement network monitoring Configure IP SLA technology Lab 5-1 Debrief

6. Implementing Layer 3 High Availability Configuring Layer 3 Redundancy with HSRP Routing issues Router redundancy process Configure HSRP operations Fine-tune HSRP Troubleshoot HSRP Configuring Layer 3 Redundancy with VRRP and GLBP VRRP VRRP operations process Configure VRRP GLBP GLBP operations process Configure GLBP Lab 6-1 Debrief Lab 6-2 Debrief

7. Minimizing Service Loss and Data Theft in a Campus Network Switch Security Issues Switch and Layer 2 security as a subset of an overall network security plan How a rogue device gains unauthorized access to a network Categorize switch attack types and list mitigation options How a MAC flooding attack works to overflow a CAM Campus Backbone Layer table How port security is used to block input from devices based on Layer 2 restrictions Procedure for configuring port security on a switch Methods that can be used for authentication using AAA Port-based authentication using 802.1X Protecting Against VLAN Attacks How VLAN hopping occurs and why it is a security vulnerability Procedure for configuring a switch to mitigate VLAN hopping attacks VACLs and their purpose as part of VLAN security Procedure for configuring VACLs Protecting Against Spoofing Attacks DHCP spoofing attacks Prevent attacks using DHCP snooping Configure DHCP snooping ARP poisoning Protect against ARP spoofing attacks with DAI Securing Network Services Cisco Discovery Protocol and LLDP vulnerabilities Telnet protocol vulnerabilities Configure SSH Configure vty ACLs Configure Cisco IOS secure HTTP server Switch security considerations Lab 7-1 Debrief

8. Accommodating Voice and Video in Campus Networks Planning for Support of Voice in a Campus Network Components of a VoIP network and the components of IP telephony Uniform bandwidth consumption of voice traffic vs. the intermittent bandwidth consumption of data traffic Compare video bandwidth consumption to voice and data bandwidth consumption based on video application types Solution for latency, jitter, bandwidth, packet loss, reliability, and security for voice and video traffic integration into a data network Integrating and Verifying VoIP in a Campus Infrastructure Plan for VoIP requirements Voice VLANs Configure and Verify Voice VLANs Plan PoE requirements and configure PoE Provide additional services required by VoIP devices Create a Test Plan for VoIP integration Working with Specialists to Accommodate Voice and Video on Campus Switches High availability applied to VoIP or video traffic Build an integrated voice/video/data campus network The need for QoS for VoIP and video integration Configure basic QoS for voice and video VLANs Lab 8-1 Debrief

9. Integrating Wireless LANs into a Campus Network Comparing WLANs with Campus Networks WLANs Compare wired and wireless LAN Main wireless LAN topologies Settings specific to WLANs, such as SSIDs, and WLAN-to-VLAN mapping Assessing the Impact of WLANs on Campus Networks WLAN implementations Compare WLAN solutions Assess traffic flow in an autonomous AP configuration and its impact on the campus LAN Assess traffic flow in an controller-based configuration and its impact on the campus LAN Preparing the Campus Infrastructure for WLANs Best placement for APs and controllers Configure switches for WLAN devices Gather WLAN requirements Plan WLAN integration Create a test plan Lab 9-1 Debrief

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