H0LK6S Deploying the Mobile-First Campus using ArubaOS-Switches

This course introduces network professionals to the basic features of modern networks such as VLANs, redundancy technologies such as MSTP, Backplane Stacking, link aggregation technologies like LACP, static IP routing, and dynamic routing with OSPF, ACL's, Multicast, and an introduction to BGP. The learner will experience both theory and hands on experience utilizing real hardware for lab exercises through our remote lab facility. The learner will configure and monitor ArubaOS-Switch products using open standard technologies. You will work with layer 2 technologies, such as Multiple Instance Spanning Tree (MSTP) and Link-Aggregation (Trunks). You will also learn about Backplane Stacking. Layer 3 technologies, such as static routes, Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) with Multi-Area implementations, and Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), along with multicast solutions leveraging Protocol independent Multicast (PIM) both dense and spare modes.
Prior to taking this course, students should possess experience with networking and common LAN protocols.
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for IT professionals who will deploy and manage networks based on HPEs ArubaOS-Switches.
  • Introduction
  • Basic Setup
  • Protecting Management Access
  • Management of Software and Configurations
  • IP Services
  • Spanning Tree
  • Link Aggregation
  • Backplane Stacking
  • IP Routing
  • OSPF (Multi-area and external area)
  • ACLs
  • QoS
  • BGP
  • Multicast

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