Course in Advanced Routing & Switching for Field Engineers

In Bangalore

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  • Course
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    1 Day

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Where and when

Starts Location
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#70/1, 2nd Floor, Dr.Brownamma Towers 2nd Cross, Mission Road, CSI Compund, Opp: HCG Hospital, 560027, Karnataka, India
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Course programme

Course Objectives

Upon completing this course, the learner will be able to meet these overall objectives:

* Define advanced capability of Cisco routers as well as switches, as well as elucidate the hardware platforms that put into practice the highly developed technologies
* Firmly manage Cisco system devices as well as monitor the system using Sys log, NTP, as well as Net Flow services
* Arrange Layer 2 as well as Layer 3 eminent accessibility on Cisco routers as well as switches, as well as hardware as well as software idleness on modular switch
* Arrange as well as trouble-shoot MPLS Virtual Private Networks

Course Content

The higher Routing as well as Switching for System Engineers (ARSFE) 2.0 course helps apprentices to organize as well as monitor advanced direction-finding as well as switching services in Cisco devices. The course starts with an overview of advanced technologies such as protection, bas well as width as well as application optimization as well as quality of service (Q o S) as implement in Cisco strategy. The most important family of Cisco routers as well as switches are Elucidated with revere to their hardware as well as software uniqueness. The course then focus on some sophisticated aspects of system management, including secure administration contact (Secure Shell [SSH]) as well as network monitoring with Sys log, Network Time Protocol, as well as Net flow services. High accessibility on Layer 2 (Ether Channel as well as Rapid Spanning Tree [RSTP]) as well as on Layer 3 (Hot Stash well as by Router Protocol, Virtual Router idleness Protocol [VRRP], as well as Gateway Load Balancing Protocol is presented through configuration example, follow by account of hardware as well as software redundancy on high-end modular switches. The itinerary concludes with extensive explanation of Multiprotocol Label Switching Virtual Private Networks , with extraordinary thought to troubleshooting aspects of this technology.

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