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HP Fast Track for Network Technologies using Comware Software (HL320)

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  • Prerequisites
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Course Overview

Course Duration 5 days.
HP Fast Track for Network Technologies using Comware Software This course is an accelerated combination of HP Access Layer Network Technologies using Comware Software  (HK652_00646170) and The HP Core/Distribution Network Technologies using Comware Software (HK742_ 00646344)  courses. This course introduces network technicians to the technologies and products in the HP Comware based line of  routers and switches.

Who Should Attend

  • Professionals who deploy SMB and enterprise-edge solutions based on HP technologies, including HP Reseller Systems Engineers, Customer IT  Staff, HP System Engineers, HP Services Field & Call Center Support Engineers.

Course Certifications

This course is part of the following Certifications:

Prerequisites

  • Getting Started with HP Switching and Routing v. 10.41 (WBT) Getting Started with HP Wireless Networks v. 10.41 (WBT)

 

Course Objectives

  • HP Comware Networking Technologies will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to configure HP Comware products in the contemporary enterprise network. The course provides hands-on experience with comware switches and introduces the comware routers and switches.

Course Content

  • Describe the Comware networking products and technologies
  • Configure basic setup parameters
  • Update software for Comware switches and routers
  • Save and backup configuration files for Comware switches and routers
  • Configure and verify VLANs
  • Configure ports for trunk, access, or hybrid mode to support various VLAN configurations
  • Configure device-access security features such as passwords, privilege levels, and SSH
  • Configure and verify link aggregation
  • Configure Spanning Tree
  • Configure IP static routes
  • Designing, implementing, and troubleshooting routed and bridged networks using industry-standard protocols, focusing on OSPF, VRRP, and MSTP.
  • Designing and implementing “triple play” networks using HP prioritization and QoS features.
  • Designing and implementing networks via the following multicasting technologies; IGMP, PIM Dense, and PIM Sparse.
  • Designing and implementing IRF.
  • Designing and implementing IPv6 and OSPFv3.

 

Course ID: HL320


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