Price: 8.00 USD | Size: 6.10 GB | Duration : 7.20+ Hours



Price: 8.00 USD | Size: 6.10 GB | Duration : 7.20+ Hours
Learn Cisco Nexus vPC with Step-by-Step Lab Workbook

What you’ll learn
vPC – virtual Port Channel Fundamentals
vPC – virtual Port Channel Configuration
vPC – virtual Port Channel Components
vPC – virtual Port Channel Device Role
vPC – virtual Port Channel Deployment Scenarios
vPC – Single-Sided virtual Port Channel
vPC – Double-Sided virtual Port Channel
vPC System MAC and Local MAC Address
Type1 & Type2 Consistency Checks
Cisco Fabric Services
Cisco Nexus vPC & NIC Teaming
Introduction to Stack Wise, VSS, and vPC
vPC Failure Scenarios
vPC with Firewall
vPC Peer-Gateway Feature
Basic Knowledge of Simulation Software EVE-NG.
Personal Computer with 16GB of RAM.
CCNA Routing & Switching Knowledge.
General understanding of network fundamentals.
Working knowledge of networking technology.
vPC is a virtualization technology that presents paired or two Nexus devices as a unique Layer 2 logical node to the access layer devices or endpoints. vPC belongs to Multi chassis EtherChannel[MCEC] family of technology. A virtual port channel (vPC) allows links that are physically connected to two different Cisco Nexus 7000/5000/9000 Series devices to appear as a single port channel to a third device. The third device can be a switch, server, firewall, load balancer or any other networking device that supports link aggregation technology.VPC or Virtual Port Channel is a Cisco proprietary feature available on the Nexus platform. Two switches of the same model can be combined into a VPC pair, which can establish a single EtherChannel, also known as a link aggregate or a port channel, across both switches to a third switch or server. This peering device doesn’t know that it is connected to two different switches, and it just needs to support link aggregation either statically or using Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP). MultiChassis EtherChannel (MCEC) or MultiChassis Link Aggregation (MLAG) terms refer to the technique of bundling links across more than 1 device. VPC is Cisco’s implementation of MCEC/MLAG on the Nexus line of switches. Similarly, Cisco Catalyst switches support Virtual Switching System (VSS) or StackWise-based MLAGs.
Section 1: Cisco VPC
Lecture 1 Intro to Nexus OS & Switches
Lecture 2 Workbooks, Links & EVE-NG Topologies
Lecture 3 Intro to StackWise, VSS and vPC
Lecture 4 Introduction to vPC
Lecture 5 Virtual Port Channel Summary
Lecture 6 vPC Components
Lecture 7 Upload 5K & 7K Images to EVE-NG
Lecture 8 Upload Nexus 9K Images to EVE-NG
Lecture 9 Boot Loader Prompt for Nexus 9K
Lecture 10 vPC Deployment Types
Lecture 11 Single-Sided vPC Steps
Lecture 12 Single-Sided vPC with Switch Lab
Lecture 13 Single-Sided vPC with NIC Teaming Lab
Lecture 14 Double-Sided vPC Steps
Lecture 15 Double-Sided vPC Lab
Lecture 16 vPC Device Role
Lecture 17 System & Local MAC Address
Lecture 18 Consistency Checks
Lecture 19 Consistency Checks Lab
Lecture 20 Cisco Fabric Services
Section 2: vPC Failure Scenarios
Lecture 21 vPC Failure Scenarios
Lecture 22 vPC Keep-Alive Link is Down
Lecture 23 vPC Peer Link is Down
Lecture 24 vPC Member Port are Down
Lecture 25 vPC Peer Switch is Down
Lecture 26 Peer-Link Failure, Followed by Keep-Alive
Lecture 27 Keep-Alive Failure, Followed by Peer-Link
Section 3: vPC Features
Lecture 28 vPC Peer-Gateway Feature
Lecture 29 Peer-Gateway Feature Lab
Lecture 30 vPC Peer-Switch Feature
Lecture 31 Peer-Switch Feature Lab
Section 4: Bonus
Lecture 32 vPC with Firewall Lab
Lecture 33 Deployment Scenarios
Network administrators,Network support technicians,Help desk technicians.,System Engineer and Security Engineer


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