Course in Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Networks

In Bangalore

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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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#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

This comprehensive course provides detailed information and easy-to-grasp skills in design, configuration, operation, and troubleshooting of enterprise level switched networks, including converged IP data, voice, and Airespace wireless LAN (WLAN) connectivity. The course assumes only a basic understanding of networking so it provides a great deal of detail on the topics covered.

This course is ideal for certification candidates who are seeking a self-paced tool to learn the material covered in the latest BCMSN exam.

The course is divided inot different modules and lessons.

Course content:
Module 1: Network Requirements

Lesson 1: Introducing Campus Networks

* Define IIN and Cisco SONA frameworks
* Describe the Cisco enterprise architecture and how it maps to the traditional three-layer hierarchical network model
* Describe the devices in a nonhierarchical network
* Identify problems that can occur in a nonhierarchical switched network
* Identify problems that can occur in a nonhierarchical routed network
* Define multilayer switches in a nonhierarchical network
* List the issues that occur with multilayer switches and VLANs in a nonhierarchical network
* Describe the enterprise composite model, which can be used to divide the enterprise network into physical, logical, and functional boundaries
* List the benefits of the ECNM
* Describe the Campus Infrastructure module of the ECNM
* Identify the two interfaces used to configure Cisco Catalyst switches

Module 2: Defining VLANs

Lesson 1: Implementing Best Practices for VLAN Topologies

* List the issues that can occur in a poorly designed network
* Given a sample organization, explain how to designate VLANs for the organization
* Describe the different network interconnection technologies and identify their appropriate usage in a campus network
* Determine the equipment and cabling needs on the various links of VLANs in a campus network
* Map a hierarchical IP addressing scheme to the VLANs in a campus network
* Identify the most common traffic sources and their destination on a campus network

Lesson 2: Implementing VLANs

* Define an end-to-end VLAN
* Define a local VLAN
* Describe the benefits of implementing local VLANs in a campus network
* Describe the VLAN configuration modes and their functions
* Define a VLAN access port
* List the commands to implement a VLAN
* List the steps to create a VLAN and associate it with an access port

Lesson 3: Implementing Trunks
Lesson 4: Propagating VLAN Configurations with VTP

* Define a VTP domain in a campus network
* Define VTP
* Describe the three different VTP modes
* Describe VTP Pruning
Lesson 5: Correcting Common VLAN Configuration Errors

* Identify the security issues with 802.1Q native VLANs
* Describe how to resolve the security issues with 802.1Q native VLANs

Module 3: Implementing Spanning Tree

Lesson 1: Describing the STP

* Describe a transparent bridge
* Identify the traffic patterns in a bridge loop
Lesson 2: Implementing RSTP

* Describe the RSTP
* Describe the three RSTP port states
* Describe the five different RSTP port roles
* Explain an edge port
* Describe the function of the different RSTP link types

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