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EXTREME NETWORKS EDUCATION AND TRAINING

ExtremeXOS: Operation and Configuration

Course Number Level Duration

EXOC-200/5 ENA 5 days

Course Description
The ExtremeXOS: Operation and Configuration (EXOC) training course provides Extreme Networks customers with instructor-led lectures and extensive hands-on laboratory exercises. This course presents the concepts and skills required to deploy the Extreme Networks products as Layer 2 switches and as wire-speed Layer 3 routers in a variety of network situations. This course is based on ExtremeXOS 12.1. The course focuses on device management, Layer 2 configuration, Layer 3 configuration for IP networks using static routes, RIP, OSPF, universal port, and basic network troubleshooting. The course also presents an overview of the ExtremeXOS software feature set. Describe and configure different VLAN types Configure a network using the Spanning Tree Protocol Configure a network using Ethernet Automatic Protection Switching (EAPS) Configure Layer 3 routing Configure and deploy a dynamically routed network using RIP and OSPF Configure Network Login to use MAC-based authentication Describe and configure Universal Port Configure policy-based Quality of Service (QoS) Perform diagnostics on the switch Perform basic troubleshooting steps

Intended Audience
This course is designed for individuals responsible for the configuration, management, maintenance, and support of the Extreme Networks family of LAN switches.

Course Outline
Course Introduction Extreme Networks Product Overview Initial Switch Configuration Switch Management Layer 1 Configuration ExtremeXOS Stacking Layer 2 Forwarding VLAN Configuration Spanning Tree Ethernet Automatic Protection Switching (EAPS) IP Routing Configuring RIP Configuring OSPF Network Login Operation Universal Port Policy-based Quality of Service Switch Diagnostics Network Troubleshooting

Course Prerequisites
A student must have a working familiarity of LAN concepts, including Ethernet and TCP/IP networking. Experience configuring network devices is recommended.

Course Objectives
At the end of this course, the students will be able to: Describe Extreme Networks products Use the ExtremeXOS command line interface structure Configure the Extreme Networks switch for network management Configure Layer 1 and Layer 2 networking features Describe the process to setup and verify ExtremeXOS stacking operation

EXTREME NETWORKS EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Course Information and Registration


To view the most up-to-date list of Extreme Networks training offerings, a schedule of training, and links to register, visit Extreme Networks Technical Trainings Web page at: http://www.extremenetworks.com/go/training.htm.

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