J. S., Framestore CFC
B. M., London Internet Exchange
Advanced HP switches training course contents
VLAN review. Tagged and untagged ports. MSTP, PVST, UDLD, BPDU guard.
Hands on: VLANs, diagnostic tools debug, LLDP, remote port mirroring.
What are L3 switches? L3 lite, IPv4 and IPv6, routing protocols, routing tables. IP address on VLAN, no ip address on VLAN, connected interfaces, RIP.
Hands on: Routing between VLANs. Configuring and troubleshooting RIP.
Default gateways, dead router detection, resilience.
Hands on: Configuring and troubleshooting VRRP.
Why use static routes? Configuring static routes, default routes.
Link state protocols, operation. Router types, LSA types, area 0.
Hands on: Configuring and troubleshooting OSPF.
Layer 2 QoS, 802.1Q, priorities, dscp mapping, rate limiting.
Filtering traffic through the switch, controlling access to the switch, enabling and disabling ACLs, standard ACLs, extended ACLs
DHCP snooping, ARP protection, STP guards, switch hardening.
Walkthrough of delegate configurations.
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