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CCNP Data Center

Introduction

For network engineers who need to increase their value to employers and stay current with advances in networking knowledge and skills, the cisco CCNP DATA CENTER certification program provides the education and training required for installing, monitoring, and troubleshooting network infrastructure products designed by the industry leader in IP networking.

The CCNP DC certification validates the ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot data centre environment networks. CCNP certified professionals have the knowledge and skills to make connections to remote sites via a WAN, and mitigate basic security threats. CCNP DC training covers (but is not limited to) the use of these topics: unified fabrics , unified computing , data centre virtualization , storage networking. CCNP DATA CENTER certifications are valid for three years. The 642-999 , 642-997 , 642-998 , 642-996 , 642-035 , 642-980 CCNP exam is the composite exam associated with the CCNP DATA CENTER . This exam tests a candidate's knowledge and skills required to install, operate, and troubleshoot a small to medium-size enterprise branch network. The topics include all the areas covered under the CCNP exam.

Course Highlights

This 20 day (Weekdays - 3hrs.) OR 10-week (Sunday/Saturday) instructor led CCNP course is designed to provide professionals with extensive networking knowledge to accomplish their day to day job and CCNP certifications. The key to a high success rate is based on the program’s objectives as follows:

  • Course contents are based on CISCO guide lines
  • Dedicated Monitoring to evaluate candidates’ progress
  • Extensive hands-on lab exercises
  • Regular evaluation
  • Industry Experienced Certified instructors
  • The CCNP module is designed to meet the objective of the CCNP program.
  • The course is customized keeping in mind the ultimate aim of achieving technology expertise and CCNP certification.  
  • Assigned project manager will manage this program and drive the program from its registration stage to monitoring and tracking of the candidates’ performance.
  • Curriculum is based on CISCO course outlines
  • The Instructor-led certified course is designed for the CCNP candidates with an aim to build theoretical knowledge supplemented by ample hands-on lab exercises
  • 10 week or 20 days, of intensive training.
  • Courseware includes course kits and other reference material to enable students to prepare for CCNP certification exams.
  • Optimal balance of theory classes and practical labs every week to ensure maximum absorption of technology by participants
  • Customized tests at the end of course to be attempted by every participant
  • Stringent passing standards with progress report of each participant
  • Facility of Lab on cloud available.(based on booking)
  • Repeating of lectures allowed.
Course Objectives

After you complete this CCNP DATA CENTER 642-999 DCUCI course you will be able to:

  • Implement Cisco UCS C-Series Rack Servers
  • Manage the Cisco UCS B-Series
  • Implement Cisco UCS B-Series Connectivity
  • Provision Cisco UCS Compute Resources
  • Implement Cisco UCS Server Virtualization Features

 

After you complete this CCNP DATA CENTER 642-997 DCUFI course you will be able to:

  • Cisco Unified Fabric products in a Cisco data center network architecture
  • Select and configure the distinctive Cisco Nexus Series switch features to
  •     meet the implementation requirements and expectations in the Cisco data
  •     center architecture
  • Configure advanced features, such as Overlay Transport
  • Virtualization (OTV), Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS), Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP) , security, and quality of service (QoS)
  • Use management tools available for the Cisco Nexus switches and configure the
  • relevant  management tool to support the given design
  • Know Fibre Channel protocol, the Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) protocol, and the Data Center   Bridging (DCB) enhancements
  • Configure FCoE on the Cisco Nexus 5000, Nexus 7000, MDS Series, and Nexus 5500 Series switches

 

After you complete this CCNP DATA CENTER 642-998 DCUCD course you will be able to:

  • Evaluate the data center solution design and design process in
  •     regards to contemporary data center challenges, data center solution
  •     architecture and components.
  • Assess the requirements and performance characteristics of the data
  •     center computing solutions.
  • Employ design steps to size the Cisco UCS solution for given data center
  •     requirements.
  • Evaluate and design Cisco UCS solution LAN, SAN and virtual access layer connectivity
  • Recognize and design Cisco UCS solution server deployment.  
  • Identify the Cisco UCS solution for Unified Communications and Hadoop
  •     distributed computing applications with their specifics and Cisco UCS options that
  •     fit the application.

 

After you complete this CCNP DATA CENTER 642-996 DCUFD course you will be able to:

  • Describe the design methodology
  • Describe data center structure and modularity
  • Describe the technologies used within the data center
  • Design the core layer of a data center
  • Design the aggregation layer of a data center
  • Design the access layer of a data center
  • Design storage and SAN solution
  • Design security considerations into a data center
  • Design network management considerations into a data center

 

After you complete this CCNP DATA CENTER 642-035 DCUCT course you will be able to:

  • Describe the Cisco UCS B-Series architecture, installation, and configuration, and the processes and tools for determining related issue.
  • Describe troubleshooting processes on the standalone Cisco UCS  C-series
  • Describe the valid Cisco UCS C-Series integrated architecture and the process of determining issues related to integration of Cisco UCS C-Series server with Cisco UCS  Manager.

 

After you complete this CCNP DATA CENTER 642-980 DCUFT course you will be able to:

  • Identify and resolve issues related to VLANs and PVLANs
  • Identify and resolve issues related to Port Channels and virtual Port Channels
  • Identify and resolve issues related to Cisco FabricPath
  • Identify and resolve issues related to Overlay Transport Virtualization
  • Identify and resolve issues related to Fibre Channel interface operation
  • Identify and resolve issues related to Fibre Channel Switching when the NX-OS Switch is  used in switched mode or in N Port virtualization (NPV) mode
  • Identify and resolve issues related to Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) in the Cisco data center architecture
  • Identify and resolve issues related to the Nexus 7000
  • Identify and resolve issues specific to the Nexus 5000 family
  • Identify and resolve issues specific to the Nexus 2000 FEX
  • Identify and resolve issues specific to the Cisco MDS family of switches
Course Topics

Following Topics will be covered in  CCNP DATACENTER 642-999 DCUCI Course.

  • Implement Cisco UCS C-Series rack servers in standalone mode.
  • Boot from the local hard drive and mount the Fibre Channel SAN LUN for shared storage
  • Install Cisco R-Series rack enclosures in the data center
  • Install components in the Cisco UCS C-Series rack server prior to rack mounting
  • Install Cisco UCS C-Series rack servers in a Cisco R-Series rack
  • Use the Cisco UCS Host Upgrade Utility to upgrade or downgrade C-Series firmware to the correct versions
  • Provision SNMP and syslog, and use C-Series monitoring tools
  • Use the Cisco Integrated Management Controller to provision LAN and SAN connectivity for the C-Series server
  • Use the LSI MegaRAID web user interface to provision local hard drives into a RAID 5 array
  • Install VMware ESXi in the C-Series server local hard drives
  • Implement system management, maintenance, and high-availability services for Cisco UCS  B-Series
  • Implement local and remote authentication services to restrict privileges and delegate management authority in Cisco UCS Manager
  • List the processes for managing the firmware repository and upgrade or downgrade Cisco UCS firmware components using Cisco UCS Manager
  • Implement backup and restore capabilities in Cisco UCS Manager
  • Implement syslog, Smart Call Home, and SPAN
  • Maintain Cisco UCS in a high-availability configuration
  • Implement generation 1 and generation 2 connectivity
  • Differentiate between physical connections on the IOM and the redundant connections
  • for management and data plane over the I/O MUX and midplane
  • Install and power up Cisco UCS B-Series hardware
  • Implement LAN connectivity for Cisco UCS B-Series hardware
  • Implement SAN connectivity for Cisco UCS B-Series hardware
  • Provision servers by leveraging reusable pools, policies, and templates that allow for rapid provisioning and consistency of policy
  • Perform initial Cisco UCS cluster setup and provide management IP addresses for blade servers
  • Provision VLANs and fabric interconnect uplinks for server connectivity to the Layer 3 data center cloud
  • Provision VSANs and fabric interconnect Fibre Channel uplinks for server connectivity to the data center storage cloud
  • Provision resource pools for servers, UUIDs, MAC addresses, WWNN, WWPN, and iSCSI
  • Configure reusable server policies in Cisco UCS Manager
  • Provision service profiles with initial and updating templates
  • Implement virtualization features unique to Cisco UCS that improve performance and manageability
  • Describe Cisco VM-FEX and Cisco VM-FEX universal passthrough technologies
  • Provision Cisco VM-FEX in Cisco UCS Manager and the VMware vCenter Server
  • Provision Cisco VM-FEX universal passthrough in Cisco UCS Manager and the VMware vCenter Server

 

Following Topics will be covered in  CCNP DATACENTER 642-997 DCUFI Course.

DESCRIBE THE CISCO UNIFIED FABRIC PRODUCTS IN A CISCO DATA CENTER NETWORK ARCHITECTURE:

  • Describe the Cisco data center network architecture from a Cisco Nexus Series Switch point of view
  • Describe the Cisco SAN network architecture from a Cisco MDS SAN Switch point of view
  • Describe Fibre Channel over Ethernet
  • Describe the Cisco Nexus product family
  • Describe the key high-availability features of Cisco NX-OS
  • Describe the key unified fabric features of Cisco NX-OS
  • Describe the key scalability features of Cisco NX-OS
  • Describe the features and benefits of the major Cisco Nexus line card modules
  • Describe the network infrastructure connection to the Cisco UCS platform

IMPLEMENT SECURITY ON CISCO UNIFIED FABRIC PRODUCTS IN A CISCO DATA CENTER ARCHITECTURE:

  • Implement CTS
  • Implement integrated security features
  • Implement AAA
  • Implement RBAC
  • Implement zoning

MANAGE THE UNIFIED FABRIC IN A CISCO DATA CENTER ARCHITECTURE:

  • Implement CMP
  • Manage the Unified Fabric using DCNM SAN
  • Manage the Unified Fabric using DCNM LAN
  • Upgrade EPLD
  • Implement SNMP in the Unified Fabric environment
  • Implement xml
  • Implement DeviceManager
  • Implement netflow
  • Implement SPAN
  • Implement Callhome
  • Implement EEM
  • Implement licensing
  • Implement cfs
  • Implement scheduler

IMPLEMENT HIGH AVAILABILITY FEATURES ON CISCO UNIFIED FABRIC PRODUCTS IN A CISCO DATA CENTER ARCHITECTURE:

  • Implement FHRP
  • Implement Graceful Restart
  • Implement non-stop forwarding
  • Implement Port-channels
  • Implement vPC
  • Implement FabricPath
  • Upgrade NX-OS using ISSU

IMPLEMENT CISCO UNIFIED FABRIC NETWORK FEATURES AND FUNCTIONALITY IN A CISCO DATA CENTER ENVIRONMENT:

  • Implement QoS
  • Implement L2 functionality
  • Implement L3 functionality
  • Implement multicast functionality
  • Implement LISP
  • Implement OTV
  • Implement MPLS

IMPLEMENTING NETWORK VIRTUALIZATION IN CISCO DATA CENTER ENVIRONMENT:

  • Implement VDC
  • Implement adapter-fex
  • Implement vm-fex
  • Integrate Nexus with vCenter manager
  • Implement vn-link

IMPLEMENT STORAGE FEATURES IN A CISCO DATA CENTER ENVIRONMENT:

  • Implement zoning
  • Implement npiv
  • Implement npv
  • Implement vsans
  • Implement FCoE
  • Implement multihop FCoE
  • Describe shared vs. dedicated ports
  • Describe the FibreChannel protocol
  • Implement DCB features
  • Implement CFS (Cisco Fabric Services)

Following Topics will be covered in  CCNP DATACENTER 642-998 DCUCD Course.

CISCO DATA CENTER SOLUTION ARCHITECTURE AND COMPONENTS IDENTIFYING DATA CENTER SOLUTIONS:

  • Recognize the elements of data center computing solutions
  • Identify consolidation as a relevant data center trend
  • Identify virtualization as a relevant data center trend
  • Evaluate the business challenges of the contemporary data center solutions
  • Evaluate the environmental challenges of the contemporary data center solutions
  • Describe the technical challenges of the contemporary data center solutions

LESSON 2: IDENTIFYING DATA CENTER APPLICATIONS

  • Describe common data center applications
  • Describe server virtualization characteristics
  • Describe desktop virtualization characteristics

LESSON 3: IDENTIFYING CLOUD COMPUTING

  • Evaluate the cloud computing solution, terms and general characteristics
  • Recognize cloud computing deployment models
  • Compare cloud computing service delivery categories, the responsibilities demarcation and their applicability
  • Recognize the aspects of cloud computing services and solutions

LESSON 4: IDENTIFYING CISCO DATA CENTER ARCHITECTURE AND COMPONENTS

  • Describe the Cisco Data Center architectural framework
  • Describe the Cisco Data Center architectural framework unified fabric component
  • Describe the Cisco Data Center network equipment
  • Describe the Cisco Data Center architectural framework compute component
  • Describe Cisco Validated Designs

MODULE 2: ASSESS DATA CENTER COMPUTING REQUIREMENTS

LESSON 1: DEFINING A CISCO UNIFIED COMPUTING SYSTEM SOLUTION DESIGN

  • Describe the design process for the Cisco UCS solution
  • Evaluate the design process phases for the Cisco UCS solution
  • Assess the deliverables of the Cisco UCS solution

LESSON 2: ANALYZING COMPUTING SOLUTIONS CHARACTERISTICS

  • Identify performance characteristics
  • Assess server virtualization performance characteristics
  • Assess desktop virtualization performance characteristics
  • Assess small VMware vSphere deployment requirements
  • Assess small Hyper-V deployment requirements
  • Assess VMware VDI deployment requirements

LESSON 3: EMPLOYING DATA CENTER ANALYSIS TOOLS

  • Evaluate reconnaissance and analysis tools
  • Discuss general steps of running an analysis with the selected tool
  • Perform existing computing solution analysis with VMware Capacity Planner
  • Perform VMware vSphere analysis with VMware CapacityIQ
  • Perform existing computing solution analysis with Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit
  • Evaluate the Cisco UCS TCO/ROI Advisor tool

MODULE 2: ASSESS DATA CENTER COMPUTING REQUIREMENTS

LESSON 1: SIZING THE CISCO UCS C-SERIES SERVER SOLUTION

  • Recognize general steps for Cisco UCS C-Series server selection
  • Identify the requirements of Cisco UCS C-Series integration with Cisco UCS Manager
  • Select proper Cisco UCS C-Series server hardware based on the requirements for a given small VMware vSphere environment
  • Select proper Cisco UCS C-Series server hardware based on the requirements for a given small Hyper-V vSphere environment

LESSON 2: SIZING THE CISCO UCS B-SERIES SERVER SOLUTION

  • Recognize the general Cisco UCS B-Series server hardware sizing aspects
  • Describe an example of gathering requirements for a given VMware View desktop virtualization solution

LESSON 3: PLANNING UNIFIED COMPUTING DEPLOYMENT

  • Recognize the Cisco Power Calculator tool
  • Propose a physical deployment plan

MODULE 4: DESIGN CISCO UNIFIED COMPUTING SOLUTIONS

LESSON 1: DESIGNING THE UNIFIED COMPUTING NETWORK

  • Recognize the network operational modes of the Cisco UCS 6200 Series Fabric Interconnects
  • Understand Cisco UCS network connectivity
  • Recognize Layer 2 disjoint domain concepts and implications
  • Define the network high-availability mechanisms for Cisco UCS network connectivity
  • Define the VM-FEX requirements for the Cisco UCS B- and C-Series

LESSON 2: DESIGNING UNIFIED COMPUTING STORAGE

  • Recognize SAN operational modes of Cisco UCS 6200 Series Fabric Interconnects
  • Understand SAN connectivity design aspects
  • Define the SAN high-availability mechanisms for Cisco UCS 6200 Series Fabric Interconnects

LESSON 3: DESIGNING THE VIRTUAL ACCESS LAYER

  • Identify and describe the Cisco Nexus 1000V
  • Identify and describe Cisco Nexus 1000V integration with VMware vCenter

MODULE 3: SIZE CISCO UNIFIED COMPUTING SOLUTIONS

LESSON 1: SIZING THE CISCO UCS C-SERIES SERVER SOLUTION

  • Recognize general steps for Cisco UCS C-Series server selection
  • Identify the requirements of Cisco UCS C-Series integration with Cisco UCS Manager
  • Select proper Cisco UCS C-Series server hardware based on the requirements for a given small VMware vSphere environment
  • Select proper Cisco UCS C-Series server hardware based on the requirements for a given small Hyper-V vSphere environment

LESSON 2: SIZING THE CISCO UCS B-SERIES SERVER SOLUTION

  • Recognize the general Cisco UCS B-Series server hardware sizing aspects
  • Describe an example of gathering requirements for a given VMware View desktop virtualization solution

LESSON 3: PLANNING UNIFIED COMPUTING DEPLOYMENT

  • Recognize the Cisco Power Calculator tool
  • Propose a physical deployment plan

MODULE 4: DESIGN CISCO UNIFIED COMPUTING SOLUTIONS

LESSON 1: DESIGNING THE UNIFIED COMPUTING NETWORK

  • Recognize the network operational modes of the Cisco UCS 6200 Series Fabric Interconnects
  • Understand Cisco UCS network connectivity
  • Recognize Layer 2 disjoint domain concepts and implications
  • Define the network high-availability mechanisms for Cisco UCS network connectivity
  • Define the VM-FEX requirements for the Cisco UCS B- and C-Series

MODULE 5: DESIGN CISCO UNIFIED COMPUTING SOLUTIONS SERVER DEPLOYMENT

LESSON 1: DESIGNING CISCO UCS SERVER DEPLOYMENT

  • Identify the aspects of the server deployment
  • Define the common naming convention for given solutions
  • Define the UUID addressing for given solutions
  • Define the MAC addressing for given solutions
  • Define the WWN addressing for given solutions
  • Define the common policies for hosts of a given solution

LESSON 2: DESIGNING UNIFIED COMPUTING MANAGEMENT

  • Define the Cisco UCS management access
  • Define the organizational hierarchy within Cisco UCS configuration
  • Define the remote management connectivity characteristics

MODULE 6: CISCO UNIFIED COMPUTING SOLUTION APPLICATIONS

LESSON 1: DESIGNING CISCO UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS ON CISCO UCS

  • Recognize Cisco Unified Communications solutions
  • Assess Cisco Unified Communications characteristics
  • Describe the two options for deploying Cisco Unified Communications on Cisco UCS

LESSON 2: DESIGNING DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING ON CISCO UCS

  • Recognize distributed computing solutions and applications
  • Understand general Hadoop architecture
  • Assess general Hadoop performance characteristics
  • Design Cisco UCS for the Greenplum MR Hadoop solution

Following Topics will be covered in  CCNP DATA CENTER DCUFD Course.

CISCO DATA CENTER DCUCD 642-996 :

MODULE 1:DESCRIBE THE DESIGN METHODOLOGY

  • Describe developing business trends
  • Identify business requirements driving the Data Center design
  • Determine the requirements needed to create a Data Center solution
  • Describe the tools/process to characterize an existing Data Center
  • Describe the top down approach to network design

MODULE 2:DESCRIBE DATA CENTER STRUCTURE AND MODULARITY

  • Describe network architectures for the Data Center
  • LAN
  • SAN
  • Describe the Modular Approach in Network Design
  • Describe the data center core layer
  • Describe the data center aggregation layer
  • Describe the data center access layer
  • Identify Design Considerations for connectivity between Data Centers
  • Identify the environments that use a Cisco data center virtualization solution
  • Identify the migration plan from existing to new infrastructure

MODULE 3:TROUBLESHOOTING STORAGE AREA NETWORK IN A CISCO DATA CENTER

  • Describe switching protocols used in a data center network
  • Describe IPv4/IPv6 Addressing
  • Identify Routing Protocol Considerations in an Data Center
  • Describe how various data center protocols impact the design of a data center network
  • Describe data center server deployment topologies
  • Describe how traffic flows may impact the design of a data center network
  • Describe methods for deploying an Energy Efficient Data Center
  • Describe Data Center virtualization technologies
  • Determine when to use each technology within a Data Center solution
  • Describe high availability design in the data center

MODULE 4:DESIGN THE CORE LAYER OF A DATA CENTER

  • Select the appropriate platforms and modules for use in the data center core layer
  • Identify scalability, availability, performance and connectivity requirements in the data center core layer
  • Design for traffic flows in the data center core layer
  • Design for a collapsed data center core layer

MODULE 5: DESIGN THE AGGREGATION LAYER OF A DATA CENTER

  • Select appropriate platforms and modules in the data center aggregation layer
  • Identify scalability, availability, and performance requirements in the Data Center aggregation layer
  • Design for traffic flows in the data center aggregation layer
  • Design virtualization into the data center aggregation layer

MODULE 6: DESIGN THE ACCESS LAYER OF A DATA CENTER

  • Select appropriate platforms and modules in the data center access layer
  • Identify scalability, availability, performance and connectivity requirements in the Data Center access layer
  • Design for traffic flows in the Data Center access layer
  • Design a cabling plan and topology for the Data Center access layer
  • Design virtualization into the data center access layer

MODULE 7: DESIGN STORAGE AND SAN SOLUTION

  • Consult with internal leading storage vendor experts for design criteria for proper LUN sizing and data protection.
  • Given a particular set of data center applications and servers, identify the storage requirements to create a Cisco virtualized data center solution.
  • Describe block vs. filter
  • Describe different SAN topologies
  • Describe and select SAN Services
  • Describe Data replication
  • Connect the SAN Unified Fabric

MODULE 8:DESIGN SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS INTO A DATA CENTER

  • Identify Cisco technologies to mitigate security vulnerabilities
  • Secure Data center network connectivity
  • Secure the Data center infrastructure

MODULE 9: DESIGN NETWORK MANAGEMENT CONSIDERATIONS INTO A DATA CENTER

  • Describe the common industry and Cisco-specific data center network management tools
  • Design a network data collection strategy for a data center

 

Following Topics will be covered in  CCNP DATA CENTER DCUCT Course.

CISCO DATA CENTER DCUCT 642-035 :

MODULE 1:TROUBLESHOOTING UCS ARCHITECTURE AND SYSTEM INTERNALS  

  • Extract diagnostic data i.e., collecting dumps and core files
  • Extract diagnostic data i.e., collecting dumps and core files
  • Troubleshoot boot issues
  • Identify using CLI/GUI defective hardware
  • Troubleshoot management KVM IP overlap issues  

MODULE 2:TROUBLESHOOTING UCS INSTALLATION, CONFIGURATION, AND STARTUP

  • Configure and troubleshoot RBAC
  • Configure and troubleshoot modes and perform reboots
  • Configure and troubleshoot power consumption, power availability, and power policies
  • Manage service profiles
  • Understand and troubleshoot the UCSM upgrade process

MODULE 3:TROUBLESHOOTING UCS SAN/LAN/VLAN CONNECTIVITY

  • Configure and capture SPAN traces
  • Troubleshoot fiber channel services
  • Troubleshoot L2 issues
  • Troubleshoot link-level issues
  • Configure and troubleshoot jumbo frames
  • Troubleshoot dynamic vNIC

MODULE 4:UCS COMPUTE TROUBLESHOOTING

  • Troubleshoot CIMC GUI and CLI remote access methods
  • Using CLI/GUI Troubleshoot packet flow from server to the fabric
  • Identify the steps that need to be performed on a rack standalone prior to integration into the UCSM
  • Describe the various methods to update the server BIOS/CIMC/adapters/array controllers
  • Troubleshoot OS driver issues
  • Troubleshoot memory issues
  • Troubleshoot boot issues
  • Troubleshoot redundant paths
  • Troubleshoot different adapters
  • Describe the process for password recovery

MODULE 5:UCS C-SERIES STANDALONE TROUBLESHOOTING  

  • Troubleshoot using CIMC GUI and CLI remote access methods
  • Use CIMC utilities for performance validation and data gathering activities
  • Update the server with the various methods
  • BIOS
  • CIMC
  • Adapters
  • Array Controllers
  • LOM
  • Troubleshoot OS driver issues
  • Troubleshoot memory issues
  • Troubleshoot boot issues
  • Troubleshoot Local Disk and RAID controller
  • Troubleshoot FCoE Connectivity
  • Describe the process for password recovery

 

Following Topics will be covered in  CCNP DATA CENTER DCUFT Course.

CISCO DATA CENTER DCUFT 642-980 :

MODULE 1:TROUBLESHOOTING LAYER 2 CONNECTIVITY ISSUES IN A CISCO DATA CENTER NETWORK

  • Identify and resolve Ethernet port-channels issues
  • Identify and resolve vPC issues
  • Identify and resolve FabricPath issues
  • Identify and resolve PVLAN issues

MODULE 2:TROUBLESHOOTING FCOE ISSUES IN A CISCO DATA CENTER NETWORK

  • Identify and resolve performance issues
  • Identify and resolve DCBX issues

MODULE 3:TROUBLESHOOTING STORAGE AREA NETWORK IN A CISCO DATA CENTER

  • Identify and resolve Fabric merge issues
  • Identify and resolve npv/npiv issues
  • Identify and resolve SAN port-channels/trunk issues

MODULE 4:TROUBLESHOOTING DCI ISSUES IN A CISCO DATA CENTER NETWORK

  • Identify and resolve OTV issues
  • Identify and resolve HSRP issue in a DCI

MODULE 5:TROUBLESHOOTING PLATFORM SPECIFIC ISSUES IN A CISCO DATA CENTER NETWORK

  • Identify and resolve cfs issues
  • Identify and resolve Config-Sync Issues
Lab Topics

Following hands-on labs sessions will be provided to CCNP students.

  • Lab 1. Perform Initial C-Series Implementation
  • Lab 2. Update Cisco UCS C-Series Firmware from the Cisco UCS
    • Host Upgrade Utility
  • Lab 3. Implement LAN and SAN Connectivity
  • Lab 4.   Install VMware ESXi on the Local RAID and Verify SAN
    • Connectivity
  • LAB 5.   Provision Initial B-Series Configuration
  • LAB 6.   Provision Cisco UCS Ethernet Connectivity and Management IP Pools
  • LAB 7.   Configure RBAC
  • LAB 8.   Back Up and Restore Cisco UCS Manager Database Objects
  • LAB 9.   Configure Logging in Cisco UCS
  • LAB 10. Provision Identity and Resource Pools
  • LAB 11. Provision Mobile Service Profiles from Updating Templates
  • LAB 12. Test High Availability
  • LAB 13. Provision VMware Integration
  • LAB 14. Provision M81-KR Cisco VM-FEX
  • LAB 15. Provision M81-KR Cisco VM-FEX Universal Pass-Through
  • Lab 16. Explore the Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switch
  • Lab 17. Configure Layer 2 Switching
  • Lab 18. Configure Cisco FabricPath
  • Lab 19. Configure Layer 3 Switching
  • LAB 20. Configure OTV
  • LAB 21. Configure QoS
  • LAB 22. Configure Security Features
  • LAB 23. Explore the Cisco Nexus 5000 Switch
  • LAB 24. Configure the Cisco Nexus 2000 Fabric Extender
  • LAB 25. Configure vPCs
  • LAB 26. Configure FCoE
  • LAB 27. Configure NPV
  • LAB 28. Configure System Management
  • LAB 29. Implement Cisco Data Center Network Manager for LAN
  • Lab 30. Analyze the Existing Computing Solution
  • Lab 31.  Size the Cisco UCS C-Series Solution
  • Lab 32.  Size the Cisco UCS B-Series Solution
  • Lab 33.  Plan the Physical Deployment
  • LAB 34.  Design Microsoft Hyper-V R2 Deployment on Cisco UCS
  • LAB 35.  Design VMware vSphere Deployment and Integration with Cisco UCS
  • LAB 36.  Design VMware vSphere Deployment on Cisco UCS and Cisco Nexus 1000V
  • Lab 37. Discover Network Infrastructure Topology
  • Lab 38. Explore Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switch VDC
  • Lab 39. Explore Fabric Virtualization
  • Lab 40. Design Data Center Topology with vPC and FEX
  • LAB 41. Design DCI with OTV
  • LAB 42. Designing Layer 3 High Availability
  • Lab 43. Cisco UCS Network Baseline Documentation
  • Lab 44. Cisco UCS Management and Service Profile Deployment
  • Lab 45. Troubleshoot Cisco UCS B-Series Server Boot from SAN
  • Lab 46. Troubleshoot LAN Connectivity
  • LAB 47. DesiTroubleshoot Failover Connectivity
  • LAB 48. Troubleshoot Cisco UCS C-Series Server Boot from SAN
  • LAB 49. Troubleshoot Network Connectivity
  • Lab 50. Troubleshoot vPCs
  • Lab 51. Troubleshoot Cisco FabricPath
  • Lab 52. Troubleshoot OTV Issues
  • Lab 53. Troubleshoot FC Interfaces
  • LAB 54. Troubleshoot FC VSANs, Zones, and Domain Services
  • LAB 56. Troubleshoot NPV Mode
  • LAB 57. Troubleshoot FCoE: Part 1
  • LAB 58. Troubleshoot FCoE: Part 2
  • LAB 59. Troubleshoot Virtual Device Contexts (VDCs)
  • LAB 60. Troubleshoot Cisco Fabric Services (CFS)
  • LAB 61. Troubleshoot the Fabric Extender

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Virtual Classroom

  • Instructor led online training is an ideal vehicle for delivering training to individuals anywhere in the world at any time.
  • This innovative approach presents live content with instructor delivering the training online.
  • Candidates will be performing labs remotely on our labs on cloud in presence of an online instructor.
  • Rstforum uses microsoft lync engine to deliver instructor led online training.
  • Advances in computer network technology, improvements in bandwidth, interactions, chat and conferencing, and realtime audio and video offers unparalleled training opportunities.
  • Instructor led online training can helps today’s busy professionals to perform their jobs and upgrade knowledge by integrating self-paced instructor led online training in their daily routines.

Miscellaneous

  • Minimum batch size required for batch is 10 participants in the this course.
  • The RST Forum reserves the right to cancel/postpone the class.
  • Course schedule will be provided before commencement of the course.
  • Certificate of participation will be awarded to participants with a minimum 90% attendance.
  • All attendees are to observe the Copyright Law on intellectual properties such as software.
  • and courseware from respective vendors.
  • The RST Forum reserves the right to include external participants in the program either for the entire course or individual courses.
  • The RST Forum reserves the right to change/alter the sequence of courses. RST FORUM published Book would be given at 50% discounted rate to the forum students.