Implementing Aruba Campus Switching Solutions, Rev. 17.41 - 1095999 - EU

This course teaches you how to implement and operate enterprise-level�Aruba campus switching solutions. Hand-on labs give you�experience with ArubaOS-Switches, including securing access,�redundancy technologies such as Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol�(MSTP), link aggregation techniques including Link Aggregation�Protocol (LACP) and switch virtualization with HPE�s Virtual Switching�Framework (VSF). You will also learn to configure dynamic routing with�Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) and Border Gateway Protocol (BGP),�network optimization via Quality of Service (QoS), IP multicast routing�leveraging Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM), and protecting the�network using Access Control Lists (ACLs). This course is�approximately 30% lecture and 70% hands on lab exercises.
Suggested prerequisites Aruba Switching Fundamentals For Mobility V1
40 Hours
Typical candidates for this course are IT Professionals who will deploy and manage networks based on HPE�s ArubaOS-Switches.
After you successfully complete this course, expect to be able to:Implement spanning tree protocol and loop protectionsEnsure redundancy for a network�s default gateway by configuring VRRP on Aruba switchesImplement and manage an VSF fabricDeploy ArubaOS switches in single-area and multi-area OSPF systemsUse Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) to optimize forwarding of multicasts within VLANsImplement PIM-DM to route multicast trafficEstablish and monitor BGP sessions between your routers and ISP routersDefine ACLs and identify the criteria by which ACLs select trafficConfigure ACLs on ArubaOS switches to select given trafficImplement 802.1X on ArubaOS switch portsConfigure captive portal authentication on ArubaOS switches to integrate them with an Aruba ClearPass solutionConfigure tunneled-node on ArubaOS switchesConfigure ArubaOS switches to select traffic, apply the appropriate QoS marking, and place the traffic in the proper priority queuesImplement DHCP snooping and ARP protection to defend networks against DHCP exploits, ARP snooping, and ARP poisoning attacksImplement the proper port security measures for various use casesImplement connection rate filtering to provide a first layer of protection against viruses and worms

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