J. S., Framestore CFC
B. M., London Internet Exchange
Netgear switches training course contents
How Ethernet works with hubs, How Ethernet works with switches. Installing Netgear switches.
Hands on: Building a network with a hub, building a network with a Netgear switch.
The Netgear switch range, LEDs, cabling issues, factory resets, default settings.
Hands on: Building a network with multiple Netgear switches.
Managed vs. unmanaged switches, Console port access, telnet, web based access, SNMP, saving configurations, NVRAM, switch stacks, stacking ports.
Hands on: Accessing the switch using the console, IP address configuration, telnet.
Password protection, the menus, menu options.
Hands on: Setting a password, displaying the switch configuration.
Web based interface
Getting started, basic format.
Hands on: Configuring the switch using the web interface.
Common port configuration tasks, port trunking.
Hands on: Configuring ports.
What is STP? Configuring STP.
Hands on: Enabling and disabling STP, configuring STP
What are VLANS? 802.1Q, tagged/untagged, creating VLANS, applying VLANS.
Hands on: Setting up VLANS, setting up 802.1Q, Inter VLAN traffic.
Hands on: Boot from net.
SNMP configuration, NMS’s.
Hands on: Using SNMP to manage a Netgear switch, putting it all together: troubleshooting.
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