You probably have heard the word “Datacenter” in your career. It is a place where most critical servers and network devices are hosted. You also understand the fact that these server and network devices provide 100% uptime to clients. Now, the point to understand is that what kinds of Network devices are configured in these datacenter.
The real simple reason is Cisco Nexus Devices such as Nexus 7000, Nexus 5000 and Nexus 2000. So, this course will give you very good understanding and insight about the configuration and Implementation of Cisco Nexus Devices.
Following Topics are covered in this Cisco Nexus Training Course.
- NX-OS Basic Operations
- NX-OS Functionality
- Licenses detailed explanation
- Features and Feature-Set
- Initial Setup of Cisco Nexus 5000 and Reload
- Cisco Fabric Services ( CFS)
- Virtual Device Context ( VDC)
- VDC concepts explanation
- VDC creation and Deletion
- Port movement between VDCs
- VDC Combined Name Options
- Cisco Nexus 2000 ( FEX )
- Labs on Fabric Extenders
- FEX Troubleshooting
- vPC ( Virtual Port Channel)
- Understanding vPC
- Configuring vPC Peer Keepalive
- Configuring vPC Peer Link
- Configuring Port Channels
- Simple vPC Lab
- Multiple vPC Lab ( Double vPC)
- vPC between 5K and 2K
- Case Studies of Link Down
- Fabric Path in Cisco Nexus 7000 & 5000
- Fabric Path Overview
- Traditional MAC Learning
- Conversational MAC Learning
- Initial Configuration
- Switch ID in Fabric Path
- Understanding vPC+ in FabricPath
- vPC+ Lab
- Verification and Troubleshooting Labs of vPC+
- FHRP ( First Hop Redundancy Protocols)
- HSRP Configuration in Cisco Nexus Environment
- Securing HSRP
- Lab on VRRP
- Lab on GLBP
- Routing Protocols
- EIGRP Lab
- Additional Labs
- Setting up Checkpoints
- Setting up Rollbacks
- PVLAN in Cisco Nexus
- RPVST+ Configuration
- Altering Timers in STP
Many more Labs will be added whenever I get opportunity. As you can see that it has more than 1000+ students and count increasing every day. It has rating of 4.3 which is rated as very good by udemy.
Here are some of the users who appreciated the course with below comments
Ajaz Ahmed – One of the finest course on Udemy for learning Cisco Nexus Devices, the Instructor ( Ashish ) used his best way to explain everything about Nexus which you can find in Production Networks. I was just a beginner when I started this, but after completing this course, I got a very good grip / Knowledge on Nexus Family. The instructor is always ready to clear your doubts. I insist ,if anyone wants to learn about Cisco Nexus, then this course is FOR YOU!!Thanks Ashish for the course, the way you explain it just OUTSTANDING.
Justin Swanson – Exceptional course put on by Ashish. I just started having to configure some Nexus switches at work; mainly 3500 series but the concepts, etc. are the same. I gave 4 stars at first as some of the drawings/handwriting using MS paint are a bit messy, but after continuing through the course, the content far outweighs this. I especially like in the vPC portion that he doesn’t just go over a configuration once and the subsequent expects you remember it all already; he really drills into your head all the necessary steps. I would whole heartedly recommend for anyone interested in learning NX-OS and its features.
Cyrus Ramirez – Excellent detail.. Real world information. I’ve used these videos to help me with my day to day work in my nexus environment. Thank you
Sandeep Prajapati – It’s a Good Overview course of nexus 5K, 7K learning. Trainer is skilled pretty good & enough.
I wish this could have been in more details. But over all it’s a nice one for grabbing a fair understanding to pick up the other advanced learning materials comfortably.
Ron Ferriolo – I thought the course was very good. It was much more than just an overview of Nexus. It contained theory, detailed configuration, and numerous show command outputs from beginning-to-end including many real world scenarios such as installing, updating, and backing up license files. There was a lot of emphasis on vPC & FabricPath configuration and troubleshooting which will be the focus of any interview. There were also several “show” commands that I never encountered in my CCIE Data Center studies. I would recommend this course to anyone, whether they have studied Nexus previously or not. If you have access to Nexus physical or virtual devices, the course will be even that much more valuable. Hopefully there will be more to follow.
Tim Pastick – Love it have been working on Nexus switches for 6 months now in a production environment and never had one show me so much useful information behind the scenes. Normally just adding port-profiles etc.
Darby Weaver – Excellent Review Course. Clear Essentials. Much needed. Thanks Darby Weaver The Cisco Network Architect
Devinder Sharma – Excellent course at great price. The OS version used is bit old based on what is best available to him ,and instructor can add a slide lecture, without actual configuration tutorial, highlighting the new features in versions 7 and 8 as well as mention newer platforms like 7700 and 9000 and new line cards. Overall great product.
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