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Pass the HP ATP (Accredited Technical Professional) FlexNetwork Solutions V2 exams - HP0-Y49 or HP2-Z30 exam.
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Published 9/2014 English

Course Description

Start your HP networking career today!

David, your instructor has many years of networking experience and is both a CCIE and MASE.

You get downloadable videos, Command Memorizers and the HP simulator.

This course covers all the material you need for the HP ATP FlexNetwork Solutions V2 exams and includes videos, command memorizers and simulators.

This certification validates you can sucessfully follow a design, implement, and validate basic wired and wireless networking solutions for small to medium business environments based on the HP FlexNetwork Architecture. It also validates your expertise of networking technologies and solutions such as the following:

  • VLANs
  • Link aggregation
  • Static and dynamic IP routing
  • Network virtualization IRF
  • Network management with HP Intelligent Management Center (IMC).
  • Mobility

In addition, this certification verifies you have the knowledge of HP's Converged Infrastructure strategy for overcoming the challenges of segretated IT resources.

What are the requirements?

  • No requirements. But, recommend at least one year of experience deploying network solutions in small to medium size business environments.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • By the end of this course, you will be ready for the HP0-Y49 or HP2-Z30 exams
  • You should be comfortable configuring both HP ProCurve and Comware switchs and routers
  • To validate your expertise implementing basic HP Networking solutions.
  • To advance your knowledge of HP's Converged Infrastructure and the HP FlexNetwork Architecture for modern data centers.
  • To be part of the HP ExpertOne community of certified professionals for continued growth with access to valuable resources, training, and learning tools.
  • To enhance your career, job satisfaction, and value as a certified networking expert.

What is the target audience?

  • New engineers starting their careers in HP networking
  • HP Engineers wanting to upgrade their certifications
  • Cisco Network Engineers wanting to learn HP networking products
  • Anyone planning to take either the HP0-Y49 or HP2-Z30 exams
  • Networking IT professionals with at least one year of experience deploying network solutions in small to medium size business environments.

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Overview
14:55

Welcome to the course.

In this video we will discuss the course and the HP exam.

15:23

This video explains your exam options and provides tips and information to help you prepare for the exam.

04:46

You get two Command Memorizers for free as part of this course. This software helps you learn the CLI of both HP switch software:

1) HP ProVision

2) HP Comware

02:22

HP have created a free Comware simulator which you can download and install on your PC. This is free and does not require any licensing. You can practice Comware commands without buying expensive switches.

09:26

In this video, David demonstrates how to download, install and configure a basic Simware network.

Section 2: General networking and background knowledge
04:21

This video introduces the basic networking topics covered in this section.

18:22

OSI Model Part 1A (18:22)

a. Why is the OSI model used?

b. Explanation of the layers of the OSI Model

c. The encapsulation and de-encapsulation process

17:45

OSI - Part 1B (17:45)

a. The encapsulation and de-encapsulation process (continuation)

b. TCP Model versus the OSI Model

c. How traffic flows between hosts

d. How layers are referenced

e. Sniff traffic in the network using Wireshark and then look at the layers in the captured output

21:57
Binary

  • Binary is essential in any networking environment
  • Binary basics explained
  • Converting an IP address to binary
  • Converting a binary value to a decimal value
20:42

IP Addressing Part 1A (20:42)


a. A most essential skill for any network engineer

b. Overview of IP addresses

i. Network Addresses

ii. Host Addresses

iii. IP Address format explained

c. Address Classes

i. Class A

ii. Class B

iii. Class C

iv. Class D

v. Class E

vi.Class A Network Address

19:56

IP Addressing - Part 1B (19:56)


a. Address Classes

i. Class A Network Address

ii. Class B Network Address

iii. Class C Network Address

b. Special Addresses

i. Directed broadcast addresses

ii. Local broadcast addresses

iii. Local loopback addresses

iv. RFC 1918 addresses

v. IP address auto configuration

c. Network Masks

i. Class A, B, C standard masks

ii. Network Portion

iii. Host Portion

iv. Discontiguous network masks

v. /X mask notation (CIDR Notation)

14:28

IP Subnetting Part 1A (14:28)


a. Reasons for subnetting

b. Subnetting method 1 - Binary Method

15:13

IP Subnetting Part 1B (15:13)

a. Subnetting method 1 - Binary Method (continuation)

b. Subnetting method 2 - Quick Method

11:36

IP Subnetting Part 2A (11:36)

a. Work out the following for a given IP address and mask using both methods

i. Subnet Address

ii. 1st Host Address

iii. Last Host Address

iv. Broadcast Address

12:00

IP Subnetting Part 2B (12:00)

a. Learn to work out the subnets for a given number of hosts or subnets

24:17

Devices, Cabling and Packet Flows - Part 1 (24:17)

a. This video covers topics from hubs to switches to routers looking at how they operate and function within the OSI model; and how they move traffic through a network. Detailed look at data flows.

b. Types of communication

i. Unicast

ii. Broadcast

iii. Multicast

c. Bus topologies

d. 10Base2

e. 10Base5

f. 10BaseT

g. MAC Addresses explained

h. CSMA/CD

i. UTP

j. Cable Categories - Cat 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5e, 6, 6a, 7, 7a

k. TIA/EIA 568-A, TIA/EIA 568-B, TIA/EIA 568-C

l. Straight Through Cables

24:20

Devices, Cabling and Packet Flows - Part 2 (24:20)

a. Cross Over Cables

b. Roll Over Cables

c. MDI / MDIX and Auto MDI/MDIX explained

d. Hubs

e. Bridges

f. Switches

g. Routers

15:00

Devices, Cabling and Packet Flows - Part 3 (15:00)

a. Routers (continuation)

b. ARP explained

c. Wireshark captures

14:59

Devices, Cabling and Packet Flows - Part 4 (14:59)

a. MAC addresses tables

b. Detailed Packet flows

c. Wireshark captures

16:15

TCP UDP - Part 1A (16:15)

a. IP Connectionless

b. OSI Model

c. UDP (User Datagram Protocol)

d. TCP (Transmission Control Protocol)

e. Socket

06:58

TCP UDP - Part 1B (06:58)

a. Comparison between TCP and UDP

b. UDP in detail

c. TCP in detail

16:15

TCP UDP - Part 2A (16:15)


a. Port numbers

i. Well known

ii. Registered

iii. Dynamic

iv. Ephemeral

b. Sockets

10:27

TCP UDP - Part 2B (10:27)

a. Session establishment

b. TCP 3 way handshake

c. SYN, ACK, RST

d. Windowing

f. Sequence Numbers

g. Flow control

23:20

TCP UDP - Part 3 (23:20)

a. TCP Acknowledgement

b. Flow control

c. TCP Seq & Ack

d. Wireshark capture

16:37

Wireless Part 1A (16:37)

a. Wireless overview

b. Similarities between WLANs & LANs

c. Differences between WLANs & LANs

d. CSMA/CA Explained

e. Hidden Node Issue

f. Wireless Issues

14:41

Wireless Part 1B (16:23)

a. Wireless Issues (continuation)

b. Radio Frequency

c. Data Rates

d. Range

e. 802.11 Topologies

f. Roaming

22:57

Wireless Part 1C (22:57)


a. Radio Frequency

b. Wireless Standards - 802.11b, 802.11a, 802.11g, 802.11n

c. Wireless channels

d. Wireless Coverage and designs

e. Wireless Organizations

f. SSIDs Explained

g. Wireless roaming

21:13

Wireless Part 2A (21:13)


a. Wireless network threats- Hacking tools

b. Mitigating threats

c. Security evolution

d. Mac filters

e. SSID Clocking

f. Preshared keys

g. 802.1X

i. Overview

ii. Cisco Leap

iii. EAP-FAST

iv. PEAP

v. EAP-TLS

15:40

Wireless Part 2B (15:40)

a. WEP

b. WPA1

c. 802.11i / WPA2

d. Basic design and implementation

e. Wireless clients

f. Common wireless issues

28:12
DHCP & DNS

  • DHCP overview
  • DNS overview
  • DHCP Mechanisms
    • Automatic allocation
    • Dynamic allocation
    • Manual allocation
  • Detailed DHCP process
  • Wireshark capture
  • DHCP configuration via the CLI
  • Detailed DNS process
  • Wireshark capture
27:04
VLAN overview

  • Broadcast, collision, security, poorly designed network issues
  • VLAN overview and advantages
  • Physical and logical topologies
  • Internal architecture of switches
  • Access ports
  • Trunking – 802.1Q, ISL
  • Native VLANs
  • Voice VLANs
20:53

Spanning Tree

  • Interconnection technologies
  • Spanning Tree (STP) overview
  • Election process
  • Path costs
  • Root ports
  • Designated ports
  • Block ports
  • Alternate ports
  • Backup ports
  • Blocking, listening, learning, forwarding, disabled, discarding states
  • Extended Bridge ID
  • Port fast
  • 802.1D
  • PVST+
  • Rapid Spanning Tree (RTSP) 802.1w
  • PVRST+ / RPVST+
  • MSTP / MST / MISTP
18:32

This video continues the discussion of Spanning Tree in HP networks.

15:25

This third video continues the discussion of Spanning Tree in HP networks.

25:55

Routing Review Part 1 (25:55)


a. Routing versus routed protocols

b. Static versus dynamic routing protocols

c. Distance vector routing protocols

d. Link state routing protocols

e. Autonomous Systems

f. Interior Gateway Protocols (IGPs)

g. Exterior Gateway Protocols (EGPs

26:27

Routing Review Part 2 (26:27)


a. Types of Routing Protocol

b. Administrative Distance

c. Classful routing protocols

d. Classless routing protocols

e. Distance vector routing protocols

f. Counting to infinity

g. Simple Split horizon

18:21

Routing Review Part 3 (18:21)


a. Split horizon with poison reverse

b. Route poisoning

c. Hold down timers

d. Triggered updates

05:56

This video shows the configuration of OSPF in a single area on Comware switches using Simware.

25:24

This video explains the various OSPF network types:

1) Backbone area

2) Normal area

3) Stub area

4) Totally stubby area

5) NSSA

6) Totally NSSA

14:19

VPNs Part 1A (14:19)


a. VPN overview

b. VPN components

c. Cryptography Terminology

d. Data confidentiality

e. Data origin authentication

f. Anti-replay protection

g. Key space

14:45

VPNs Part 1B (14:45)


a. Symmetric algorithms

b. DES, 3DES, AES

c. Asymmetrical algorithms

d. RSA

e. Diffie Hellman (DH)

14:59

VPNs Part 2A 14:59


a. Diffie Hellman (DH) (continuation)

b. Data Integrity

c. MD5, SHA

d. HMAC

e. Preshared Key

f. Digital Signature

18:14

VPNs Part 2B (18:14)


a. Certificate of Authority (CA)

b. IPSec

c. Transport, tunnel modes

d. Site to site, remote access, SSL VPNs

Section 3: Converged Infrastructure
17:06
Product Overview

  • http://www.hp.com/networking products menu
  • Procurve Switch information
  • Comware Switch information
  • Care Packs
  • HP Switch Selector tool
  • Fully Managed versus Smart Managed versus Unmanaged switches
  • Routing and Switching explained on HP switches (L2, L3 lite, L3 RIP, L3 Advanced)
  • HP Networking Online Configurator
  • HP Product Bulletin
  • HP Reference Library
  • IRIS
03:29

Converged Infrastructure Divers (03:29)


a. Data Center Consolidation and Cloud Computing

b. Application, Architecture and Virtual Clients

c. Unified Communication and Collaboration Traffic

06:02

Converged Infrastructure - Part 1 (06:02)


a. FlexFabric Overview

b. FlexCampus Overview

c. FlexBranch Overview

d. FlexManagement Overview

e. Benefits of HP FlexNetwork Architecture

08:53

Converged Infrastructure - Part 2 (08:53)


a.HP Networking

b. Software-Defined Networks (SDN)

c. FlexFabric

d. FlexCampus

04:45

Converged Infrastructure - Part 3 (04:45)

This video discusses Converged Infrastructure and HP's vision:

a. Cloud Computing

b. Data Center Consolidation

27:25

In this video we discuss the emerging SDN technology and how it is changing networking as we know it.

We discuss the various definitions of SDN including the OpenFlow protocol.

23:01

This video demonstrates OpenFlow integration between the HP VAN SDN Controller and Mininet. The HP Controller is an SDN controller that supports OpenFlow version 1.0 and 1.3. Mininet allows for easy learning and testing of and OpenFlow network emulated on a PC. This is similar in concept to GNS3 or HP Simware.

27:52

In this video David demonstrates the configuration of OpenFlow on physical HP switches. Both Comware and ProVision configuration are explained. The switches are integrated with the HP VAN SDN Controller which updates the flow tables on the switches. David explains the OpenFlow flow tables on both the Controller and the switches. The switches used in the demonstration are HP 3800 and 5900 series switches. This is an example of Open SDN and OpenFlow in a physical switch environment.

23:54

In this video David explains RSdoc, which provides semi-automated interactive RESTful API documentation. It offers a useful way to interact with REST APIs on the HP VAN SDN Controller, updating OpenFlow flow tables on switches.

07:16

Introduction to Intelligent Management Center (IMC)

a. Understand the components of IMC
b. Understand how to install IMC
c. Understand how to access IMC
d. Implement a basic configuration using IMC

16:14

IMC Part 2 - Demo (16:14)

In this video David demonstrates the installation of the IMC software.

Section 4: Provision (Procurve / E-Series)
28:45

Procurve Intial Switch Setup Part 1 (28:45)

a. How to physically connect to the console of switches and routers

    1. Two types of console cables (RJ-45 / DB9)
    2. Console ports on Procurve and Comware devices

b. Power cable options (Kettle leads)

c. USB to Serial converter (USB / COM port)

d. Putty (terminal emulation software) download and setup

e. How to find the COM port under device manager in windows

f. How to erase the saved configuration on a switch

g. CLI Overview options

    1. ?, tab, exit, con,
    2. Operator mode, manager mode, configuration mode
    3. Command syntax

h. Configuration of basic settings

i. DHCP and telnet

j. CDP and LLDP

k. Interaction of CDP and LLDP with Cisco devices

24:06

Procurve Intial Switch Setup Part 2 (24:06)

a. Device naming

b. Telnet configuration

c. Save configuration

d. Show config

e. Show run

f. Show ARP

g. Show IP

h. Show VLANs

i. Show interface

j. Speed and Duplex settings

k. Cross over and straight cables. MDI / MDIX

l. Show history

m. Command repitition

n. Procurve Menu


19:02

Procurve software upgrade (19:02)

a. Software images

b. Primary and secondary flash

c. Download software from HP (select the right operating system)

d. Configure a TFTP server for switch upgrade

e. Back up configuration

f. Boot options

g. Configuration files – act, pri, sec

h. Show config files

i. Startup-default config

j. Event log interpretation


26:53

VLAN configuration on Procurve Switches (26:53)

a. Practical demonstration of the configuration of VLANs on Procurve switches

b. Tagged and Untagged ports

c. Default gateway configuration

d. IP Routing

15:37
VLANs and IP services configuration on Procurve Switches (15:37)


a. Practical demonstration of the configuration of VLANs on Procurve switches Part 2

b. Backup configurations to a TFTP server

c. Show tech command

16:05

Device Access Security configuration on Procurve Switches (16:05)

    a. Practical demonstration of the setup of security options on Procurve switches

    b. Operator and manager username and password configuration

    c. HTTP and HTTPS/SSL configuration of a procurve switch

15:51

Device Access Security configuration on Procurve Switches Part 1B (15:51)


a.SSH configuration on Procurve switch

b.Management VLAN

c.Management subnet

26:51
Link Aggregation / Trunking configuration on Procurve switches (26:51)


a. Practical demonstration of the configuration of Trunking or link aggregation on HP Procurve switches. This is known as trunking or bridge / link aggregation or etherchannel.

b. TRK configuration and setup

c. Tagging of trk interfaces

d. Load balancing explained on Trunks

20:37

Lesson 60 STP - Part 1A (20:37)


a. Practical demonstration of the configuration of spanning tree on HP Procurve switches

b. Configuration of multiple spanning tree (MSTP)

c. Configuration of root and secondary root

d. Spanning Tree priority

19:35

Lesson 60 STP - Part 1B (19:35)


a. Draw a network showing forwarding and blocking of ports

b. Root Bridge, Root Ports, Designated Ports, Blocking ports explained and demonstrated

c. Path costs

23:48

Spanning Tree configuration on Procurve switches Part 2 (23:48)


a.Practical demonstration of the configuration of spanning tree on HP Procurve switches (Part 2)

b.Optimization of spanning tree

c.Configuration of multiple spanning tree (MSTP)

d.Configuration of root and secondary root

e.Spanning Tree priority

f.Draw a network showing forwarding and blocking of ports

g.Root Bridge, Root Ports, Designated Ports, Blocking ports explained and demonstrated

h.Path costs

16:58

Static Routing configuration on Procurve switches (16:58)


a. Practical demonstration of the configuration of static routes on HP Procurve switches

b. IP route command – static routes and default routes

c. DNS configuration

d. Loopback configuration

05:58
RIP configuration on Procurve switches (05:58)

a. Practical demonstration of the configuration of RIP on HP Procurve switches

b. Router rip / ip rip / show ip route commands

25:28
Wireless configuration on Procurve wireless access points

  • Practical demonstration of the configuration of Procurve wireless access points using autonomous mode
  • How to power the AP
  • How to connect to the AP directly, via a switch, using a DHCP server
  • Default IP address of AP
  • Configuration of wireless security, VSC, VLANs and other setup
Section 5: Comware (A-Series)
18:35

Initial configuration of HP Comware Routers and Switches Part 1 (18:35)


a. Console connections

b. Hardware overview

c. AUX port

d. Routed versus Bridged ports

e. Flash card

f. Router boot process

g. Command Line overview

h. Contexts explained

i. Privilege Levels

j. Authentication modes

25:41

Initial configuration of HP Comware Routers and Switches Part 2 (25:41)


a. Telnet configuration

b. SSH configuration

c. Boot loader

d. Boot ware menu

e. Main and backup operating systems

23:04

HP Comware switch initial configuration and Link Aggregation configuration

  • Network topology setup
  • Link aggregation configuration
14:09

HP Comware switch initial configuration and Link Aggregation configuration Part 1B (14:09)

a. Link aggregation configuration

29:56
HP Comware switch VLAN configuration Part 1 (29:56)


a. VLAN configuration

b. Access ports

c. Trunk ports

d. RIP routing configuration on Comware and Cisco devices

e. Ping

f. Tracert

g. Default route injection

13:04
HP Comware switch VLAN configuration Part 2 (13:04)


a. LLDP

b. Procurve and Comware VLAN configuration

c. Interoperability with Cisco

23:58
    Spanning Tree configuration on HP Comware switches (23:58)


    a. Basic STP configuration

    b. Issues with STP

    c. Root and backup root configuration

    d. MSTP configuration

    e. STP optimization

    f. Interoperability of STP between Comware and Provision

17:23

RIP configuration on Comware devices

a. Overview of routing protocols on Comware devices

b. Configuration of RIP on comware

c. Interopability with other vendors

17:27

IRF part 1: IRF overview (17:27)


    a. Spanning Tree issues

    b. VMware VMotion and related issues

    c. InterVLAN routing

    d. Routed Interfaces and related issues

    e. VRRP / HSRP and related issues

15:18

IRF part 2 (15:18)


    a. STP and VRRP issues continued

    b. IRF logical layout

    c. Removal of VRRP and STP

    d. Removal of routed interfaces

14:46

IRF part 3 (14:46)

    a. IRF Master / Slave

    b. IRF Member numbers

    c. IRF port numbering

    d. IRFv1 and IRFv2

    e. IRF physical ports

    f. IRF logical ports

    g. IRF Ring topology

15:51

IRF part 4 (15:51)

    a. IRF Configuration explained

    b. IRF master, slave, logical ports, physical ports configuration

    c. IRF MAD introduction

14:03

IRF part 5 (14:03)


a. IRF MAD explained

b. LACP-MAD

c. BFD-MAD

d. ARP-MAD

e. ISSU



21:31
IRF configuration of Comware switches (21:31)

a. Step by step demonstration on how to set up IRF on Comware switches

01:07

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Instructor Biography

David Bombal, CCIE #11023, Cisco Instructor (CCSI #22787), HP MASE

David Bombal (CCIE #11023 Emeritus) passed his Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert Routing and Switching exam in January 2003 and is one of a small percentage of Cisco Engineers that pass their CCIE labs on their first attempt.

David is also a Cisco Certified Systems Instructor (CCSI #22787) and has been training Cisco courses for over 15 years and has delivered instructor led courses in various countries around the world covering a wide range of Cisco topics from CCNA to CCIE.

He has also personally developed Cisco engineer utilities such as the VPN Config Generator, software, training materials, EBooks, videos and other products which are used throughout the world.

David has designed, implemented and managed networks ranging from single sites to those that span 50 countries.

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