• Comware initial device access
  • Management interfaces
  • CLI navigation
  • Compare User-view and System-view
  • Help and command auto-completion
  • Comware basic configuration
  • Interface configuration and verification
  • DNS configuration
  • NTP and manual time configuration
  • Securing device access
  • Role-based access control
  • Local user accounts
  • AAA with RADIUS
  • Configure SSH access
  • Managing software images
  • Understanding the Comware boot proces
  • Comware password recovery procedurę
  • Flash file system management
  • Upgrade the OS on a Comware device
  • Managing system configuration files
  • Save running configuration
  • Specify the configuration to be used at boot up
  • Delete, rename, and copy configuration files
  • Basic troubleshooting commands
  • Link Layer Discovery Protocol
  • View LLDP neighbor information
  • LLDP—CDP interoperability
  • Comware information center
  • Info-center severity levels
  • Customizing info-center operation
  • Static VLANs
  • VLAN terminology
  • Port types
  • Static VLAN configuration syntax
  • VLAN verification
  • IP configuration
  • IP default settings
  • IP interface verification
  • VLAN routing
  • DHCP support on HPE Comware switches
  • DHCP relay
  • DHCP server
  • Dynamic VLANs
  • Compare VTP and GVRP
  • Compare single- and multiple-instance STP
  • History and overview of Spanning Tree protocols
  • HPE-Cisco options for interoperability
  • Compare STP/RSTP with PVST+/Rapid PVST+
  • Compare PVST+/Rapid PVST+ with MSTP
  • Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP) overview
  • MST instances
  • MSTP regions
  • Spanning tree interconnecting different MSTP regions
  • MSTP BPDUs
  •  MSTP interoperability
  • Root bridge selection
  • Configure edge ports
  • Compare MSTP path cost methods
  • Spanning Tree protection functions
  • MSTP verification
  • Region configuration verification
  • Verify port states
  • Troubleshooting
  • Symptoms of MSTP misconfiguration
  • Failure to activate region changes
  • HPE-Cisco PVST interoperability
  • Required and optional configuration steps
  • Display PVST information
  • IRF virtualization overview
  • IRF analogy and advantages
  • Compare ring and chain topologies
  • Master election - member ID and priority
  • IRF resilience
  • Logical IRF ports
  • IRF topology and forwarding traffic
  • Detecting a split stack condition
  • 9Planning IRF fabric deployment
  • IRF access layer best practices
  • IRF distribution best practices
  • IRF core layer best practices
  • Combine IRF with link aggregation
  • IRF configuration procedures
  • Options for local and remote devices
  • Configure load sharing on aggregated IRF ports
  • Configure methods for detecting split stack
  • Configuration file synchronization
  • In Service Software Upgrade (ISSU)
  • Verify IRF configuration and status
  • Identify and resolve connectivity problems with IRF configuration
  • Link aggregation overview
  • Load-sharing limitations of STP
  • Link aggregation interoperability
  • Load sharing options
  • Link aggregation modes
  • Static/Manual link aggregation
  • Dynamic link aggregation
  • LACP operational modes
  • Link aggregation configuration
  • Static link aggregation
  • Dynamic link aggregation
  • Comware load-sharing mode
  • Verify link aggregation status
  • Troubleshooting link aggregation
  • Review basic OSPF
  • Establishing adjacency
  • LSAs and Link State Database
  • Network types: Broadcast, MBNA, PtoP
  • OSPF Multiple-area overview
  • Area Border Router
  • Inter-area routes
  • Route aggregation and filtering between areas
  • OSPF external routes
  • Autonomous System Boundary Router
  • AS External summary routes
  • Aggregating AS External routes
  • Type 1 and Type 2 metric for external routes
  • Using Stub and Totally Stub area types to summarize
  • Using Not-so-stubby area type
  • Compare EIGRP and OSPF
  • Peer relationships
  • Route selection
  • Route summarization
  • Design considerations
  • Choosing an EIGRP-to-OSPF migration method
  • Overlay method
  • Redistribution method
  • Plan for migration
  • Identify factors that might cause downtime
  • Peering and authentication
  • Area boundaries and address summarization scenarios
  • BGP use cases
  • Multi-home BGP subscriber
  • Small ISP
  • Large ISP
  • BGP overview
  • Session establishment
  • Advertising and receiving prefixes
  • Route attributes
  • Configure BGP on HPE Comware and CiscoCreate a connection
  • Control route generation and redistribution
  • Advertisement and reception filters
  • BGP scaling features
  • Peer groups
  • Communities
  • Route reflector and confederation
  • Redistribution and filtering
  • Identify and resolve problems that may occur in production migratio

This course gives network engineers an opportunity to plan for and implement migration from Cisco proprietary protocols to industry-standard protocols and interoperability with HPE Comware devices. Participants will develop plans for migrating Layer 2 and Layer 3 protocols.

For why?

Network or systems administrators, network engineers, and consultants who plan to integrate HPE Comware 7 switches into an existing Cisco environment, or migrate to HPE Comware from a Cisco environment.

Specifications:

  • This course is recommended for students who have practical experience with Cisco switches.
  • Basic fundamental LAN/WAN networking knowledge
  • Theoretical knowledge of the following WAN protocols & services: Routing and Switching Fundamentals, OSPF, BGP, VRR

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Securely manage HPE Comware switches
  • Configure HPE Comware and Cisco switches to interoperate using Rapid PVST and MSTP
  • Configure a combination of HPE Comware and Cisco switches to operate as edge devices connecting to an IRF fabric
  • Migrate an existing Cisco EIGRP network to open standards using OSPF
  • Configure HPE Comware and Cisco switches to interoperate using BGP
  • 6Troubleshoot connectivity issues with HPE Comware and Cisco devices using open standards

W cenę szkolenia wliczony jest:

  • Autoryzowany certyfikat producenta
  • Autoryzowane materiały szkoleniowe w formie elektronicznej bądź papierowej
  • Materiały szkoleniowe, notatnik, długopis
  • Kawa, herbata, słodki poczęstunek 
  • Obiad

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5200.00 zł
Czas trwania: 4 d,32 h
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