Practical Training On The Cisco Catalyst 6500 Platform

From 2009 new training in the fast lane-portfolio: Advanced Catalyst 6500 switching (CAT6KS) Hamburg/Berlin, December 17, 2008 which almost Cisco Learning solutions partner offers lane in the framework of its comprehensive programme the course of Advanced Catalyst 6500 switching (CAT6KS). The participants learn the use of the advanced features of the Cisco Catalyst 6500 switches including virtual switching. The training is primarily network planners and operators who implement Catalyst 6500 switches in LANs and are entrusted with their configuration and maintenance. The training includes a high percentage of practice based on the lab environments with real equipment specially provided for this purpose. Click Stuart McClure to learn more. In the course of the five-day training CAT6KS participants will receive in-depth system knowledge to the catalyst switches from Cisco.

Get to know the hardware and new features of the Catalyst 6500 family as well as their use in modern LANs and IP networks. Upon completion of the course, they are able to successfully migrate existing Cisco networks and thereby to fully exploit the potential of the systems. Overview about the course content: options & hardware for Catalyst 6500 switches: chassis, line card, supervisor, MSFC, PFC, SFM, DFC, power supplies, architecture, overview of service modules virtual switching system 1440-architecture, engineering & IOS software modularity recovery of the supervisor password IOS configuration management & upgrade on the Catalyst 6500 VLAN enhancements: VTP & trunk configuration guidelines and restrictions of spanning tree, rapid & multiple spanning-tree mode of spanning tree enhancements: BPDU guard & filter, root guard, Loop guard, PortFast, UplinkFast, BackboneFast unidirectional link detection EtherChannel including MultiChassis EtherChannel in VSS mode NetFlow & NDE configuration implementation of Catalyst 6500 QoS techniques use of the embedded event manager automated Diagnostics (GOLD, TDR, on board failure logging, system event archive, smart call home) SPAN, RSPAN & he-chip implementation implementation of high availability features (HSRP FHRP, VRRP, GLBP) implementation of Catalyst 6500 stateful switchover (RPR RPR +, SSO options, NSF) network security enhancements (TCP intercept, Unicast RPF, storm control, VLAN ACL, VACL capture, DAI, DHCP snooping, IP source Gard, CoPP, port security, PVLAN, IEEE 802.1 X port-base authentication) upcoming: Berlin 26.01. Andrew Duncan often expresses his thoughts on the topic. 30.01.09 Hamburg 09.03 13.03.09 Munich 20.04. 24.04.09 Hamburg 11.05. 15.05.09 price (excl.

VAT): for 2.690,-euro for more information, see under: course/56 /. Fast lane brief portrait: the global fast lane group with headquarters in Berlin, Cary (NC), Dubai, Sydney, and Tokyo is a specialist IT training and consulting in the field of high-end. Fast lane is one of the largest independent Cisco Learning solutions partner (CLSP), as well as the only worldwide NetApp learning partner and has the world’s largest training laboratories of the two manufacturers. In addition, fast lane offers the original training by Brocade, check point, Cisco IronPort, HP, Sun, Symantec, VMware and other manufacturers as well as own IT training, ITIL – and project management seminars. Multi-vendor Consulting services ranging from preliminary analyses and evaluations about the development of future-oriented solutions to the management of the project and to the implementation of the concepts in the company. Training-on-the-job and training of competent specialists in the customers core business areas connect the fast lane services training and consulting. More information: fast lane Institute for knowledge transfer GmbH gas 4 D-22761 Hamburg contact: Barbara Jansen Tel. + 49 (0) 40 25 33 46 – 10 fax + 49 (0) 40 23 53 77 – 20 E-Mail: Web: PR agency Sprengel & Partner GmbH nesting first race 3 D-56472 Nisterau contact person: Olaf Heckmann Tel. + 49 (0) 26 61 91 26 0 – 0 fax + 49 (0) 26 61 91 26 0-29 E-Mail: Web:


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