ArubaOS-CX Switching Fundamentals

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Leer de fundamentele vaardigheden die nodig zijn om moderne, op open standaarden gebaseerde netwerkoplossingen te configureren en te beheren met behulp van Aruba’s OS-CX routing en switching technologieën.

Deze training leert u de fundamentele vaardigheden die nodig zijn om moderne, op open standaarden gebaseerde netwerkoplossingen te configureren en te beheren met behulp van Aruba’s OS-CX routing en switching technologieën. Deze cursus bestaat uit ongeveer 60% theorie en 40% hands-on laboefeningen om u te leren hoe u kleine tot middelgrote bedrijfsnetwerkoplossingen kunt implementeren en valideren. Deze 5-daagse training bereidt netwerkprofessionals voor op het Aruba Certified Switching Associate examen.

In deze training leren de deelnemers onder andere over ArubaOS-CX switch technologieën: Virtual Local Area Networks (VLAN’s), beveiligde toegang met behulp van functies zoals dynamische segmentatie, redundantie technologieën zoals Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP), link aggregatie technieken inclusief Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP), en switch virtualisatie met Aruba’s Virtual Switching Framework (VSF). U leert ook over IP Routing inclusief statische en dynamische IP routing met Open Shortest Path First (OSPF).


Ideale kandidaten zijn IT-professionals die kleinschalige bedrijfsnetwerkoplossingen inzetten op basis van Aruba producten en technologieën.


Lijst van onderwerpen

  • Network Fundamentals
    What is a network?
    What is a Protocol?
    OSI Reference Model
    Encapsulation, frames, packets, segments
    Layer 2 to Layer 7 headers
    Media, cabling, Ethernet/wifi headers
    Binary/Hex/Decimal theory and conversion
    TCP/IP Stack (IP addressing & Transport Protocols TCP/UDP)
    Types of traffic: Unicast, Broadcast, Multicast
  • TCP/IP Stack
    Ethernet frames
    IPv4 Header
    TCP Header – Three-way Handshake
    TCP Header – Sequence Numbers
    TCP Header – Port Numbers
    TCP Header
    UPD Header
  • Basic Networking with Aruba Solutions
    Networking devices: Switches, Routers, Multilayer Switches, APs, Mobility Controllers, Firewalls, Servers (HTTP, DHCP, DNS, Telnet, FTP)
    2-Tier vs 3-Tier hierarchy
    Switching Portfolio (AOS switches & AOS-CX switches) is this introducing both portfolio on a couple of slide and few slides on AOS-CX hardware architecture, software architecture and intro to NAE high level.
    Introduction to AOS-CX and feature set
    Port numbering
    Accessing Aruba OS-CX CLI
    Prompt modes/levels and navigation
    Context sensitive help
    Show logs, configuration, interfaces, transceivers, flash, version
    Hostname/interface name, enabling interfaces
    Link Layer Discovery Protocol
    ICMP and reachability testing tools: Ping and Traceroute
    PoE (standards one slide and what we support and one or two slide on configuration and verifications.)
  • VLANs
    Broadcast/collision domains
    VLAN benefits
    VLAN creation
    DHCP server configuration in switches (optional)
    802.1Q tagging
    Switchports vs. Routed ports
    MAC address table
    ARP table
    Packet Delivery part 1
  • Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
    Redundant network
    L2 loops
    Common Spanning Tree
    802.1w overview
    802.1w load balancing
    802.1w region configuration
  • Link Aggregation
    Static Aggregation
    Load Balancing
  • IP Routing – Part 1
    Default Gateway
    DHCP IP Helper Address
    IP Routing Service
    Inter-VLAN routing
    Packet Delivery Part 2
    Need for layer 3 redundancy
    Introduction to VRF
  • VRRP
    VRRP overview
    VRRP basic operation
    VRRP failover and preempt
    VRRP and MSTP coordination
  • IP Routing – Part 2
    Static routes
    Administrative Distance
    Floating routes
    Scalability issues
  • IP Routing – Part 3
    IGP vs EGP
    Distance Vector vs Link State
    OSPF Router-ID and Hello Messages
    Passive interfaces
    DR and BDR
    LSDB: LSA 1 and 2
    Path selection and convergence
    Using cost to manipulate routes
  • Stacking
    Control Plane, Management Plane, and Data Plane
    Introduction to Stacking technologies
    Stacking Benefits
    Centralized control and management plane
    Distributed Data Plane and Distributed Link Aggregation
    VSF requirements
    VSF Link and member roles
    VSF member IDs and port numbers
    VSF Configuration
    VSF Provisioning use cases
    Tracing Layer 2 traffic: Unicast
    Tracing Layer 2 traffic: Broadcast, Multicast, and Unknown Unicast
    VSF Failover and OSFP Graceful-Restart
    VSF Link failure without MAD
    VSX Introduction
  • Secure Management and Maintenance
    OOBM port
    Management VRF
    Secure Management Protocols: AAA, SSH, HTTPS, RBAC
    Radius-based management auth (VSA)
    Web interface
    Configuration file management (Backup, restore, checkpoint and roll back)
    Operating System image management (backup and restore)
    Factory default/password recovery
  • AOS-CX Management tools
    Intro to NetEdit
    NetEdit installation
    Basic monitoring with NetEdit
    AOS-CX Mobile App


Aruba Certified Switching Associate (ACSA)

Vereiste voorkennis

Een minimum van zes maanden ervaring in het uitrollen van kleinschalige netwerkoplossingen.


Date Location Duration Time of Event Seats Reminder
07/03/2022 Schiedam & Virtueel 5 dagen + Google | + Ical

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