This Dell EMC PowerSwitch Campus: Implementation and Administration training course is designed to instruct the learner on various topics related to the theory, configuration, and troubleshooting of layer 2 and layer 3 protocols typically found in a Campus networking environment.
By attending Dell EMC PowerSwitch Campus: Implementation and Administration workshop, delegates will learn to:
- Describe the Dell EMC Campus Portfolio
- Describe networking technologies and data flows found in the campus environment
- Perform basic switch setup tasks
- Describe the basic operation of VOIP and identify the configuration requirements to support VOIP devices
- Identify the N-Series pre-defined VOIP policy and manipulate Voice VLAN to achieve desired quality of service for voice traffic
- Describe the basic operation DHCP and DHCP Relay. Configure DHCP using a N-Series switch and identify the options to secure DHCP from attacks.
- Describe the basic operation of VRRP and identify the components of VRRP
- Configure and Validate VRRP configurations
- Configure IPv4 on an interface
- Demonstrate familiarity with IP subnetting and configure static routes. Compare static routing with dynamic routing.
- Troubleshoot a problem using ARP table and Traceroute commands
- Describe the basic operation of policy based routing. Configure and Validate PBR configurations
- Identify PBR use cases
- Describe the concepts relating to IP Multicast technology and identify the steps required to configure multicasting
- Compare IGMP and PIM use cases
- Define IPv6 address types, EUI64 and ipv6 auto configuration
- Describe stacking and its benefits
- Describe the topology options (cascade vs ring), Roles (Master, Standby, Member) and hardware used for connectivity between chassis.