HPE LAN Switching Installation and Administration HK644S

Course data sheet
HPE LAN Switching Installation
and Administration
HK644S
HPE course number
HK644S
Course length
5 days
Delivery mode
ILT
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This five-day hands-on instructor-led training course is
designed to give students the skills required to install,
configure and support HPE Switches based on the
Comware v5 Operating System. An overview of HPE’s
switching portfolio is included to allow the participants to
know the models, components and features of these
switches. Step-by-step labs guide the students through
some of the most useful configurations on these switches.
Students work in teams to build in class networks that
simulate real world situations.
Audience
The course is for customers who
will install, configure and maintain
HPE Switches.
Prerequisites
To take full advantage of this course, it is
recommended that students have a good
understanding of:
• Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet
and 10 Gigabit Ethernet
• Ethernet Switching, including VLANs, STP,
RSTP, and MSTP
• IPv4 Basics and Routing including
RIP and OSPF
• Security Basics, including 802.1x
• Network Management basics, including
SNMP and RMON
Course objectives
Upon successful completion of this course,
students should be able to:
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• Describe the HPE Switching portfolio, its
members, and its features
• Know the Command Line Interface and
how to manage the configuration file
• Configure and maintain the following
features: basic system management,
port and port groups, link aggregation
groups, VLANs, MSTP and RRPP, IPv4
basics, routing, and multicast routing,
quality of service, security, and
network management
Benefits to you
• Gain hands-on experience with the
product and acquire a detailed
understanding of the features,
functionality and the skills needed
to install, configure and manage
the products
• Experienced instructors provide you with
a comprehensive overview, in-depth
information and practical exercises on the
products and technologies
Course data sheet
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Detailed course outline
Module 0: Introduction and Product Overview
Module 1: Comware v5 Switching Features—
System Management
Module 2: Ports and Bridge Aggregation
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HPE A-Series Switches Portfolio
Agenda
IT of the Future Will be Built on a Converged Infrastructure
HPE Networking
HPE Networking Portfolio
HPE A-Series Switches Common Features
Common Features
Comware v5
Feature Set
IPv6 Support
IRFv2
OAA Technology
IMC: Intelligent Management Center
A5500-SI Series—Introduction
A5500-SI Models
Expansion Modules
Combo Ports: Built-in flexibility
A5500-EI Series
A5500-EI Introduction
A5500-EI Models
A5500-EI Ports, Slots and Power Options
Expansion Modules
A5800 Series—Introduction
A5800 Models
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A5800 Interface Modules
Power Options
A5820X Series—Introduction
S5820X Models
S5820X Interface Modules
A7500E Series—Introduction
Chassis Models
Salience Switch and Route Processing Units
(Switch Fabrics)
Interface Modules
Power Options
A9500E Series
HPE A9500E Chassis
SRPUs for the A9500E
Interface Modules
Power Supplies (PSUs) for the A9500E
A12500 Series—Introduction
A12500—Chassis Models
S12508—Chassis View
MPU: LST1MRPNC1
Switch Fabric Modules (SFMs)
Interface Modules
Power Systems
System Management
Getting Started
User Interface and CLI
User Interfaces
Console Login
Authentication Modes
Views (contexts) structure
CLI Command Privilege Levels
User Privilege Level
Basic Configuration
Important User-view Commands
CLI Help
CLI Command History
Configuring the AUX User Interface
Configuring Local Users
Telnet
Enabling and Configuring Telnet
SSH
SSH: Secure Shell
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Configuring the SSH Server
Configuring the SSH User
SSH Configuration Example
SSH Configuration Example (Server)
SSH Configuration Example (PuTTY Client)
Managing the Configuration File
File System Command
Storage Devices
Example
Configuration File
Learning check
A-Series CTRL keys
TFTP and FTP
Configuring the TFTP Client
Configuring the FTP Server
Software Upgrade
Upgrading Software
Upgrading Software—Example
Ports and Bridge Aggregation
Ports and Link Aggregation
Port Groups and Port Configuration
Configuring Port Groups
Configuring Basic Port Parameters
Maintaining and Displaying an Ethernet Port
MAC Address Table
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Link Aggregation
Architecture
Link Aggregation Modes
Configuring a Static Aggregation Group
Configuring a Dynamic Aggregation Group
Learning check
Course data sheet
Module 3: VLANs
Module 4: Layer 2 Topology Protocols
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VLANs
VLAN Types
Port-based VLANs
VLAN Technology Overview
Port Based VLANs
802.1Q Ethernet frame
IEEE 802.1p
VLAN Tagging Mechanism
Port Link Type
Default VLAN
Packet Handling: Access Ports
Packet Handling: Trunk and Hybrid Ports
Creating VLANs
Configuring Trunk Ports
Configuring Hybrid Ports
Hybrid Ports Application
Layer 2 Topology Management Technologies
RSTP
RSTP Review
RSTP: Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
RSTP Goal
IDs and Priorities
Bridge Roles
RSTP Port Roles
Configuration Messages and Priority Vectors
RSTP Roles
RSTP Active Topology Calculation
Root Bridge
Root Ports
Designated Bridge and Designated Port
Alternate Ports and Backup Ports
Edge Ports
Port States
Configuring RSTP
MSTP
RSTP: Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
Regions
MSTP Trees
MSTIs
Single Region Configuration (common parameters)
Single Region Configuration (individual settings)
Other useful commands
Link speed vs. path cost
Learning Check
SmartLink
Agenda
Overview
Smart Link Group
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Protocol Based VLANs
Encapsulation-Protocol Template
Examples
IP-subnet-based VLANs
MAC-address-based VLANs
Configuring MAC-Address-Based VLANs
Assigning MAC-Address-Based VLANs
Voice VLAN
Configuring the OUI list
Security Mode:
Configuring an Auto-Voice VLAN
Auto-Voice VLAN—Example
Basic QinQ
QinQ
Basic QinQ
Learning check
Flush Messages
Transmit and Receive Control VLANs
Protected VLAN and Load Sharing
SmartLink Configuration Prerequisites
Steps
Example 1: Network requirements
Example 1: Configuration procedure
Example 2: Network Requirements
Example 2: Switch C and E
Example 2: Switch B and D
Example 2: Switch A
Example 3: Network Requirements
Example 3: Switch C/Part 1
Example 3: Switch C/Part 2
Example 3: Switch C/Part 3
Example 3: Switch C/Part 4
Example 3: Switch A, B and D
RRPP
RRPP: Rapid Ring Protection Protocol
RRPP Node Modes
RRPP Control VLAN
RRPP Port
Single Ring
Tangent Rings
Single-domain intersecting rings
Dual-homed Rings
RRPP Mechanisms
Configuring RRPP
Configuring Master and Transit Node
Configuring Edge Node
Configuring Assistant Edge Node
Displaying and Maintaining RRPP
Course data sheet
Module 5: IPv4 Services
Module 6: IPv4 Routing
Module 7: IPv4 Multicast
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IPv4 Services
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IPv4 Routing
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IPv4 Multicast
IPv4 Interfaces
Configuring IPv4 Interfaces
• DHCP Client Configuration
• Configuring DHCP Server
• Configuring DHCP Relay Agent
DHCP
Initial Note: Tracert in Comware v5
Static Routes
Configuring a Static Route
Default Route
OSPF
Configuring OSPF
Autonomous Systems and ASBR
Areas and ABRs
Transit Areas and Virtual Links
AS, Areas and Roles
Configuring OSPF
Configuring Area Parameters
Configuring other OSPF Parameters
Configuring OSPF Route Redistribution
OSPF Configuration Example
VRRP
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VRRP Parameters
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IGMP Snooping Mechanism
Master / backup
Load Balancing
Configuring VRRP
BFD: Bidirectional Forwarding Detection
BFD
BFD Authentication Methods
BFD Session Establishment Operation Modes
BFD Session Establishment
BFD Detection Modes
BFD Session Modes
BFD Session Maintenance and Fault Detection
BFD Fault Detection
BFD and OSPF Configuration Example
Configuration Example Configure OSPF basic functions
Configuration Example Configure BFD Parameters
Configuration Example Verification and Debugging
VRRP: Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol
Multicast
Multicast Overview
IP Multicast Technology
Multicast IP Addresses
Multicast Flow
IGMPv2
IGMPv2: Internet Group Management Protocol
IGMPv2 Packets
Multiple Routers
Configuring IGMP
IGMP Snooping
IGMP Snooping Related Ports
Configuring IGMP Snooping
Multicast VLAN
Configuring Multicast VLANs
PIM-DM
PIM: Protocol Independent Multicast
RPF: Preventing Duplication
SPT: Multicast Distribution Tree in PIM-DM
SPT: Graft
Assert Mechanism
Configuring PIM-DM
Multicast Protocols in Comware v5
Course data sheet
Module 8: Quality of Service
Module 9: Security
Module 10: Network Management
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Quality of Service
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Security
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Network Management
Priority Mapping
Local and Drop Precedence
Port Priority
Trust Modes
dot1p—ld/dp Mapping Table
dscp—lp/dp/dscp Mapping Table
Displaying Port Priority Mapping
Bandwidth and Congestion Management
Bandwith Management
Congestion Management
Configuring Congestion Management
Example: SP+WRR
Traffic Policies
Traffic Classifiers
ACLs: Access Control Lists
ACL Types
ACLs Match Order
Creating a Time Range
Configuring Basic IPv4 ACLs
Auto Match Order in Basic ACLs
Device Security
Securing the Console
Securing Telnet
ACLs for Telnet and SSH: example
Securing SNMP
AAA-Radius
AAA: Authentication, Authorization and Accounting
Configuring AAA Domains
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Configuring Advanced IPv4 ACLs
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802.1X: Authentication
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Enabling and Configuring SNMP v1 or v2c
Auto Match Order in Advanced ACLs
Configuring Ethernet Frame Header ACLs
Auto Match Order in Ethernet Frame Header ACLs
Configuring Classifiers
Traffic Behaviors
Actions
Behavior Support by Module Type
Configuring Traffic Behaviors
QoS Policies
Creating and Applying Traffic Policies
QoS Applications
Traffic Statistics
Traffic Filtering
Traffic Mirroring
Traffic Redirection
Traffic Remark—example
VLAN and QoS Processing
VLAN and QoS Processing Summary
Ingress Process for VLAN and QoS
Egress Process for VLAN and QoS
802.1X: Automatic Resource Assignement
Configuring 801.2X
AAA, RADIUS and 802.1X Configuration Example
MAC Authentication
MAC Authentication Username Types
Configuring Local MAC Authentication
Configuration Example—User Mode: MAC Address
Configuration Example
802.1X
Local Port-Mirroring
Configuring Local Port Mirroring
Remote Port Mirroring
Configuring the Source Device
Configuring the Destination Device
Remote Port Mirroring Example
SNMP
Configuring Traps
LLDP
LLDP Architecture
LLDP Frame Format
LLDP Operation
Transmit mode
Receive mode
Course data sheet
Module 11: IRF Intelligent Resilient Framework
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IRF Intelligent Resilient Framework
Agenda
IRFv2—Overview
Advantages of IRF
IRFv2—Members, Roles and Topology
IRFv2—Overview (2)
Operational Planes in Standalone Switches
Operational Planes in IRFv2
IRFv2—IRF Connections
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Building and Maintaining IRF
Steps to Build an IRF
IRF Merge: Master Election
Configuration files
IRF Split: MAD
MAD Detection Protocols
MAD: Collision Handling and Failure Recovery
IRF display commands
Learning check
IRFv2—Feature Comparison Summary
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