Troubleshooting HP Enterprise Networks (HK661S)

Course overview

The Troubleshooting HP Enterprise Networks course focuses on the advanced switching and routing features required in enterprise level networks. It teaches based on an established troubleshooting methodology support engineers and network engineers how to troubleshoot enterprise level networks based on established core and backbone Layer 2 and Layer 3 technologies such as MPLS and BGP4.

This course is equivalent to The Learning Center 00270055 Troubleshooting HP Enterprise Networks course from the ExpertOne program

Prerequisites

Required:

HP ASE – Network Infrastructure [2011]

Recommended:

HP MASE – HP Enterprise Networks course

Audience

Professionals, who maintain and troubleshoot network solutions based on HP Networking A-Series products in large enterprise environments, including systems engineers, customer IT staff, HP services field and call center support engineers

Certifications and Related Examinations
  • HP Master ASE – Network Infrastructure [2011]
  • HP0-Y37: Migrating & Troubleshooting Enterprise Networks
Next steps

Migrating to an Open Standards Network (HK660/00301927)

Benefits to you

After successful completion of Troubleshooting HP Enterprise Networks course, learners will have acquired the concepts and the skills necessary to maintain and troubleshoot an HP enterprise level network.

Course outline

Topics Covered

  • High End HP Networking A-Series Switches and Routers
  • Enterprise Routing Features
  • BGPv4
  • Enterprise Multicast Features
  • MPLS, L2VPN and L3VPN
  • RRPP
  • IRF
  • VPLS

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