آموزش Cisco LAN Switching
این آموزش تصویری شما را با نحوه کانفیگ سوئیچ های سیسکو (Cisco switches) آشنا می کند.
این دوره آموزشی محصول موسسه Cisco Press می باشد.
سرفصل های دوره آموزشی:
- معرفی دوره
- پیکربندی Interface
- راه اندازی VLAN
- استفاده از VLAN Trunking
- کار کردن با Spanning Tree Protocol
- توپولوژی تغییر STP
- راه اندازی Multilayer Switching
- استفاده از Access Control Lists
- استفاده از Port Security
- و ...
لیست سرفصل های دوره آموزشی:
Prepare for your CCNP Exam with this CCNP training course on how to configure Cisco switches.
Develop and Enhance your hands-on skills!
Cisco LAN Switching Video Mentor provides:
20 videos and over six hours of instruction on how to configure a Cisco switch from best-selling author and network engineer David Hucaby.
Dave walks you through common Cisco® Catalyst switch configuration and troubleshooting tasks.
Each 10 to 30 minute video CCNP training guides you through how to configure Cisco switches and shows you how to verify that network is working correctly.
Who Should attend this CCNP Training course?
Cisco CCNP candidates or anyone interested in an introduction to LAN switching concepts
"The LAN Switching Video Mentor is an excellent CCNP training course that shows how to configure Cisco switches. Dave's videos are outstanding in their conciseness and relevance of content. They hit the nail on the head every time!"
-Geoff Tagg, President, INDT Ltd. </p>
What am I going to get from this course? Over 20 lectures and 5.5 hours of content!
SECTION 1: My First Section 1 Lesson 1: Interface Configuration 21:19
This lab demonstrates how a switch interfaces can be configured to support connected devices. The command line interface (CLI) is used while the computer is connected to the switch console. 2 Lesson 2: Setting Up VLANs 16:47
This lab takes a look at Layer 2 switching and covers how to configure virtual networks within a switch. 3 Lesson 3: Setting Up Trunk Links 13:53
This lab explores how VLANs are carried over trunk links between switches. 4 Lesson 4: Using the VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) 16:13
In this lab, VTP is leveraged to automate VLAN configuration across multiple switches in a network. 5 Lesson 5: Working with the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) 21:31
This lab covers STP operation and how it maintains a loop-free Layer 2 switching topology. STP Root Switch configuration is also covered. 6 Lesson 6: STP Topology Changes 16:43
This lab explores Per-VLAN STP Plus (PVST+) operation and how STP reacts to a variety of topology changes within a VLAN. 7 Lesson 7: Leveraging Rapid PVST+ 12:18
In this lab, Rapid PVST+ operation and configuration is covered, along with its behavior under several types of topology changes. 8 Lesson 8: Scaling STP with Multiple Spanning Tree (MST) 15:23
This lab explores MST and how it can be configured and used to simplify STP operation in a network. 9 Lesson 9: Protecting the STP Topology 13:15
This lab covers several features that can be used to stabilize the loop-free Layer 2 switching topology. Root Guard, BPDU Guard, Loop Guard, and Unidirectional Link Detection are demonstrated. 10 Lesson 10: Scaling Bandwidth with Etherchannel 24:14
This lab demonstrates how multiple switch interfaces can be bundled together into a single logical EtherChannel interface. EtherChannels can increase available bandwidth and redundancy. 11 Lesson 11: Setting Up Multilayer Switching 15:41
This lab moves beyond Layer 2 switching to cover Layer 3 switching and routing. 12 Lesson 12: First Hop Redundancy with HSRP 20:07
In this lab, the Layer 3 interface used for multilayer switching is made more redundant for devices within an IP subnet. The Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) is demonstrated by configuring multiple switches to work together and share a common gateway IP address. 13 Lesson 13: First Hop Redundancy with GLBP 13:41
This lab explores the Gateway Load Balancing Protocol (GLBP) to provide robust gateway redundancy for devices within an IP subnet 14 Lesson 14: Private VLANs 09:25
In this lab, the normal rules of Layer 2 VLANs are stretched to provide new forms of isolation by configuring Private VLANs. 15 Lesson 15: Using Access Control Lists (ACLs) to Control Traffic 11:43
This lab covers several types of ACLs that can be configured and applied within a switch to control or restrict traffic movement. 16 Lesson 16: Using Port Security 08:45
In this lab, the Port Security feature is leveraged to control access to switch interfaces. 17 Lesson 17: Preventing Spoofing Attacks 12:05
This lab demonstrates DHCP Snooping, IP Source Guard, and Dynamic ARP Inspection, which all work to detect and mitigate attempts to spoof network information for malicious purposes. 18 Lesson 18: Quality of Service Part 1 23:13
This lab provides an overview of the many Quality of Service (QoS) features available on Catalyst switches. It also demonstrates how many of the features can be configured to identify and handle types of traffic according to QoS policies. 19 Lesson 19: Quality of Service Part 2 13:41
This lab explores how packets put into and taken out of queues at switch interfaces. It also looks at congestion avoidance methods that keep interface queues from becoming too congested 20 Lesson 20: Monitoring Traffic 15:22
In this lab, the Switch Port Analyzer (SPAN) family of features are demonstrated. By using one of the SPAN features, a switch can copy or mirror traffic from a source to a destination--either on the same switch or to a different switch. Monitored traffic is normally sent to an external network or protocol analyzer or to the Mini Protocol Analyzer, found within a switch itself.
عنوان دوره: Cisco Press - Cisco LAN Switching Video Mentor حجم فایل: 510MB