Course ID 00244967
Course format WBT
Course length 4 hours
Skill level Expert
Delivery languages English
Related certifications
  • HP ASE - FlexNetwork Integrator V1
  • HP ASE - Network Architect V1 (inactive)
  • HP ASE - Network Infrastructure [2011]
  • HP ASE - Wireless Networks Implementer V1
  • HP ASE - FlexNetwork Integrator V1 - upgrade from Cisco, H3CSE or Juniper
  • HP ASE - Wireless Networks [2011] - upgrade from ASE - ProCurve 2008 and later versions (inactive)
  • HP ASE - Wireless Networks Implementer V1 - upgrade from Cisco, H3CSE, and ASE previous versions
  • HP ASE - Network Architect V1 - upgrade from Cisco, H3CSE, or ASE previous versions (inactive)
  • HP ASE - Network Infrastructure [2011] - upgrade from ASE - ProCurve 2008 and later versions
  • HP ASE - Network Infrastructure [2011] - upgrade from ASE - HP ProCurve Campus LANs [2010]/Cisco/H3C
In preparation for these exams
Selected items from this course are included in these exams:
  • Implementing HP Network Infrastructure Solutions
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Course description

This course will give you the knowledge to identify the various protocols and technologies used in service delivery.

Who should attend

Customers, partner pre- and post-sale engineers who design, install, and configure network solutions
 

Prerequisites

For specific prerequisites and requirements to achieve any of the related certifications, see the certification description on the HP ExpertOne website.

Topics

  • Internet Introduction
    • History of the Internet
    • Current and Future Trends
    • Next Generation Internet Requirements
  • IP Routing Overview
    • Control Plane/Data Plane Overview
    • Static vs. Dynamic Routing
    • Categories of Dynamic Routing Protocols
  • IS-IS Routing Overview
    • IS-IS Terminology
    • IS-IS Hierarchy and Operation
    • ISO Addressing
    • IS-IS messaging
    • Compare/Contrast IS-IS with OSPF
  • BGP Routing Overview
    • BGP Terminology and Protocol Interaction
    • BGP Use Models
    • Route Advertising Principals
    • BGP Route Attributes

Objectives

After completing this course, you should be able to do the following:
At the end of this web based training you should be able to:
• Explain the current and future trends for the Internet
• Compare and contrast the different routing protocols used in IP networks
• Highlight the key features of IS-IS protocol
• List the features of BGPv4 protocol
• Explain the benefits of using MPLS in IP networks