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Cisco Press David Jansen Lukas Krattiger Cisco Programmable Fabric Using VXLAN with BGP EVPN LiveLessons €25 buy download

2015
Cisco Press
David Jansen, Lukas Krattiger
9+ hours
English

Cisco Programmable Fabric with VXLAN, BGP-EVPN is a unique video title designed to teach you everything you need to understand how Data Center Networks can be built with VXLAN and BGP-EVPN. Cisco has provided a complete solution based on this VXLAN Overlay. Recent efforts in the IETF have led to the addition of a standards-based BGP control-plane to amend flood-and-learn behavior from classic Layer 2 networks to achieve better efficiency and scale. This LiveLesson is designed to provide the fundamentals of understanding Cisco’s Programmable Fabric with its related components and makes you a VXLAN superstar.
Cisco Programmable Fabric with VXLAN, BGP-EVPN contains 10 individual video lessons divided into 46 sublessons, for a total of more than 9 hours of instruction. The videos consist of screencasts, audio instruction, and hands-on demos. Each video offers detailed explanations, tips, and configuration verifications.

Lesson 1: Introduction to Programmable Fabric
Lesson 1 covers today's Data Center challenges, the Data Center network evolution, an overview of the Programmable Fabric and the road to an Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI). This lesson also touches base on the Fabric roles and terminologies, its properties, and end-host connectivity options.
Lesson 2: Introducing Programmable Fabric (VXLAN/EVPN)
Lesson 2 introduces the Virtual eXtensible LAN (VXLAN) and what we are doing with the Segment ID. This lesson features a walkthrough of the BGP-EVPN control-plane and highlights how end-hosts and networks are distributed among the control-plane. Host detection, deletion, and move are also part of this lesson.
Lesson 3: Programmable Fabric—Forwarding
Lesson 3 reviews the forwarding concept of the Programmable Fabric. The lesson explains how both multidestination traffic and ARP are handled. Further, the lesson provides a detailed look at integrated routing and bridging and how distributed routing works with an IP Anycast Gateway.
Lesson 4: The Underlay
Lesson 4 focuses on the IP Underlay Network. The lesson begins with a discussion of underlay and IP addressing considerations, and continues with examples of unicast and multicast routing. The lesson concludes with multicast-related deployment details.
Lesson 5: Unicast Forwarding
Lesson 5 is all about unicast forwarding with VXLAN and BGP-EVPN. We go through the general unicast forwarding concepts and look at inter- and intra-subnet forwarding. The lesson concludes with details about forwarding with Dual-Homed End-Point (vPC), as well as IPv6 handling.
Lesson 6: Multitenancy
Lesson 6 covers multitenancy in greater detail. In addition to the basic foundations of multitenancy, this lesson explains the Layer 2 and 3 modes of operations, as well as per-port VLAN significance.
Lesson 7: Multicast Forwarding
Lesson 7 introduces multicast forwarding in general and illustrates how Layer 2 multicast works with and without vPC.
Lesson 8: External Connectivity
Lesson 8 discusses the basics of external connectivity, beginning with a review of various connectivity options including vPC, VRF-lite, LISP, and MPLS. The lesson concludes with a discussion of inter-Fabric connectivity.
Lesson 9: Layer 4-7 Services Integration
Lesson 9 covers Layer 4-7 services integration topics including firewalls and load balancers. The lesson reviews how tenant-edge and intra-tenant firewalls are deployed, and how load balancing and service chaining can be integrated.
Lesson 10: Introducing Programmable Fabric Management, Operations, and Provisioning
Lesson 10 begins with a review of implementing Device Auto-Configuration (POAP). The lesson continues with a review of performing a cable plan consistency check and how to implement common point of fabric management. The lesson concludes with a treatment of topology, tenant, and overlay provisioning.

Lesson 1: Introduction to Programmable Fabric
Lesson 1.1: Understanding Today’s Data Center Challenges
Lesson 1.2: Data Center Network Evolution
Lesson 1.3: Fabric Technology Overview-The Road to ACI
Lesson 1.4: Understanding Programmable Fabric
Lesson 1.5: Roles and Terminology
Lesson 1.6: Fabric Properties
Lesson 1.7: Connectivity Options and Attaching End-Hosts
Lesson 2: Introducing Programmable Fabric (VXLAN/EVPN)
Lesson 2.1: Introducing IP Fabric Overlays (VXLAN)
Lesson 2.2: Using VXLAN VNI as Segment ID (Layer 2 and Layer 3 Multitenancy)
Lesson 2.3: Understanding the Fabric Overlay Control-Plane (MP-BGP EVPN)
Lesson 2.4: Using Host and Subnet Route Distribution (MP-BGP EVPN)
Lesson 2.5: Performing Host Detection, Deletion, and Move (MP-BGP EVPN)
Lesson 3: Programmable Fabric-Forwarding
Lesson 3.1: Fabric Encapsulation and Forwarding
Lesson 3.2: Distributed IP Anycast-Gateway
Lesson 3.3: VXLAN/EVPN Enhancement
Lesson 3.4: Integrated Routing and Bridging (IRB)
Lesson 4: The Underlay
Lesson 4.1: Underlay Considerations
Lesson 4.2: Unicast Routing and IP Addressing
Lesson 4.3: Underlay Deployment with Multicast Routing
Lesson 4.4: Underlay Deployment Without Multicast
Lesson 5: Unicast Forwarding
Lesson 5.1: Understanding Unicast Forwarding
Lesson 5.2: Intra-Subnet Forwarding (Bridging)
Lesson 5.3: Inter-Subnet Forwarding (Routing)
Lesson 5.4: Non-IP Forwarding (Bridging)
Lesson 5.5: Forwarding with Dual-Homed End-Point (vPC)
Lesson 5.6: IPv6 Handling
Lesson 6: Multitenancy
Lesson 6.1: Introducting Multitenancy
Lesson 6.2: Understanding Per-Port VLAN Significance
Lesson 6.3: Examining Layer 2 and Layer 3 Modes of Operation (CLI)
Lesson 7: Multicast Forwarding
Lesson 7.1: Introducing Multicast Forwarding
Lesson 7.2: Layer 2 Multicast Forwarding
Lesson 7.3: vPC and Multicast Forwarding
Lesson 8: External Connectivity
Lesson 8.1: Introducing External Connectvity
Lesson 8.2: Understanding External Layer 2 Connectivity with vPC
Lesson 8.3: Understanding External Connectivity with VRF-lite
Lesson 8.4: Understanding External Connectivity with LISP
Lesson 8.5: Understanding External Connectivity with MPLS
Lesson 8.6: Exploring Inter-Fabric Connectivity Options
Lesson 9: Layer 4-7 Services Integration
Lesson 9.1: Understanding the Tenant Edge-Firewall
Lesson 9.2: Understanding the Intra-Tenant Firewall (East-West Same VRF)
Lesson 9.3: Implementing Load Balancer Integration
Lesson 9.4: Deploying a Service Chain-Firewall and Load Balancer
Lesson 10: Introducing Programmable Fabric Management, Operations, and Provisioning
Lesson 10.1: Implementing Device Auto-Configuration (POAP)
Lesson 10.2: Performing a Cabling Plan Consistency Check
Lesson 10.3: Implementing Common Point of Fabric Management
Lesson 10.4: Understanding Topology, Tenant, and Overlay Provisioning

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