Cisco Network CCNA FHRP

Cisco Network CCNA FHRP Course: Learn how to deploy FHRP on Enterprise and Service Provider Networks
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Published 6/2015 English

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  • Basic networking knowledge

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  • 3+ Hours of training, 25+ video lectures, all containing CRUCIAL need-to-know info!
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  • Deploy First-Hop Redundancy Protocols on an enterprise or service provider network
  • Trouble-shoot First Hop Redundancy Protocols
  • Configure networks using First Hop Redundancy Protocols
  • And More!

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  • Network Engineers wanting to learn best practices in deploying First-Hop Redundancy Protocols
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Curriculum

Section 1: Getting Started
Introduction
Preview
03:24
Documentation
2 pages
Section 2: Gateway Load Balancing Protocol (GLBP)
03:31

In this video cheat sheet, I will be enabling GLBP. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show GLBP fastethernet0/0 123” to display the GLBP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug GLBP events all”, to see how things unfold as I enable GLBP. Then I finish with the same baseline command, “show GLBP fastethernet0/0 123”, to see what changed.

04:30
In this video cheat sheet, I will be setting priority and preemption on GLBP interfaces. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show GLBP” to display the GLBP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug GLBP events all” to see how things unfold as I change the routers priority and preemption. Then I finish with the same baseline command, “show GLBP”, to see what changed.
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04:57

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring GLBP weighting values and object tracking. I previously have configured GLBP and Router 1 is AVG. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show GLBP fastethernet0/0” to display the GLBP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug GLBP events all” to see how things unfold as I change the routers weighting values and object tracking. Then I finish with the same baseline command, “show GLBP fastethernet0/0”, to see what changed.

04:37

In this video cheat sheet, I will be setting authentication for GLBP on interface fastethernet0/0. Previously, I configured GLBP on interface fastethernet0/0 with no authentication. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show GLBP fastethernet0/0” to display the GLBP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug GLBP events all” to see how things unfold as I enable MD5 authentication using a key string on R1 and then R2. Then I finish with the same baseline command, “show GLBP fastethernet0/0”, to see what changed.

04:38

In this video cheat sheet, I will be setting authentication for GLBP on interface fastethernet0/0. Previously, I configured GLBP on interface fastethernet0/0 with no authentication. I will use MD5 Authentication Using a Key Chain for this scenario. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show GLBP fastethernet0/0” to display the GLBP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug GLBP events all” to see how things unfold as I enable authentication. Then I finish with the baseline command, “show GLBP fastethernet0/0 ”, to see what changed.

04:04

In this video cheat sheet, I will be setting authentication for GLBP on interface fastethernet0/0. Previously I have configured GLBP on interface fastethernet0/0 with no authentication. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show GLBP fastethernet0/0” to display the GLBP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug GLBP events all” to see how things unfold as I enable authentication on Router 1 and then Router 2. Then I finish with the same baseline command, “show GLBP fastethernet0/0”, to see what changed.

Reminder
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04:21

In this video cheat sheet, we will configure GLBP timers. Previously I have configured GLBP on interface FastEthernet0/0 with default timers. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show GLBP FastEthernet0/0” to display the GLBP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug GLBP” to see how things unfold as I change timers. Then I finish with the same baseline command, “show GLBP FastEthernet0/0”, to see what changed.

Section 3: Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP)
04:41

In this video cheat sheet, I will be enabling HSRP. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show standby FastEthernet0/0” to display the HSRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug standby events”, to see how things unfold as I enable HSRP. Then I finish with the same baseline command, “show standby FastEthernet0/0”, to see what changed.

04:42

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring delaying of HSRP. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show standby FastEthernet0/0” to display the HSRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug standby”, to see how things unfold as I configure delaying of HSRP. Then I finish with the same baseline command, “show standby FastEthernet0/0”, to see what changed.

04:41

In this video cheat sheet, I will be setting priority and preemption on HSRP interfaces. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show standby fastethernet0/0” to display the HSRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug standby events all” to see how things unfold as I change the routers priority and preemption. After that I am going to change priority on Router 1 and enable preempt. Finish with the same baseline command, “show standby fastethernet0/0”, to see what changed.

04:54

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring HSRP object tracking. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show standby fastethernet0/0” to display the HSRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug standby events all” to see how things unfold as I configure object tracking. Finish with the same baseline command, “show standby fastethernet0/0”, to see what changed.

04:23

In this video cheat sheet, I will be setting MD5 Key String authentication for HSRP on interface fastethernet0/0. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show standby fastethernet0/0” to display the HSRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable debugging utilizing command “debug standby events all” to see how things unfold as I enable authentication. Finish with the same baseline command, “show standby fastethernet0/0” to see what changed.

04:36

In this video cheat sheet, I will be setting MD5 Key Chain authentication for HSRP on interface fastethernet0/0. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show standby fastethernet0/0” to display the HSRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable debugging utilizing command “debug standby events all” to see how things unfold as I enable authentication on R1 and then R2. Finish with the same baseline command, “show standby fastethernet0/0” to see what changed.

04:43

In this video cheat sheet, I will be setting text authentication for HSRP on interface fastethernet0/0. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show standby fastethernet0/0” to display the HSRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable debugging utilizing command “debug standby events all” to see how things unfold as I enable authentication. Finish with the same baseline command, “show standby fastethernet0/0” to see what changed.

04:38

In this video cheat sheet, I will configure HSRP timers on interface fastethernet0/0. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show standby fastethernet0/0” to display the HSRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug standby” to see how things unfold as I configure HSRP timers. Then I will finish with the same baseline command, “show standby fastethernet0/0”, to see what changed.

06:06

In this video cheat sheet, I will configure HSRP multiple groups for load balancing. I will start configuring multiple groups and utilize show command “show standby fastethernet0/0” to display the state of HSRP on interface. Then I am going to configure routes for load balancing. Finish with the “traceroute” command to see what is changed.

05:34

In this video cheat sheet, I will configure HRSP Virtual Mac Address. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show standby fastethernet0/0” and “show IP ARP” to display the HSRP status of the interface. Then I am going to configure MAC address using “BIA” and manually configuring. Finish with the same baseline command, “show standby fastethernet0/0” and “show IP ARP” to see what changed.

04:38

In this video cheat sheet, I will configure HRSP version 2. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show standby fastethernet0/0” to display the HSRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable debugging utilizing command “debug standby” to see how things unfold as I change HSRP version. Finish with the same baseline command, “show standby fastethernet0/0” to see what changed.

04:16

In this video cheat sheet, I will configure HSRP IP Redundancy Clients to Groups. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show standby fastethernet0/0” to display the HSRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug standby” to see how things unfold as I configure HSRP IP Redundancy Clients to Groups. Then I will finish with the same baseline command, “show standby fastethernet0/0”, to see what changed.

04:26

In this video cheat sheet, I will configure HSRP ICMP Redirect Messages on interface fastethernet0/0. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show standby fastethernet0/0” and “show standby redirect fastehernet0/0” to display the HSRP status. Then I am going to disable HSRP ICMP Redirect Messages. Finish with the same baseline command, “show standby fastethernet0/0” and “show standby redirect fastehernet0/0” to see what changed.

Section 4: Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)
04:32

In this video cheat sheet, I will be enabling VRRP. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show VRRP interface fastethernet0/0” to display the VRRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug VRRP events”, to see how things unfold as I enable VRRP. Then I finish with the same baseline command, “show VRRP interface fastethernet0/0”, to see what changed.

04:37

In this video cheat sheet, I will be setting priority and preemption on VRRP interfaces. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show VRRP interface fastethernet0/0” to display the VRRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug VRRP events all” to see how things unfold as I change the routers priority and preemption. Finish with the same baseline command, “show VRRP interface fastethernet0/0”, to see what changed.

04:40

In this video cheat sheet, I will be disabling VRRP Group on an interface. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show VRRP interface fastethernet0/0” to display the VRRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug VRRP events”, to see how things unfold as I disable VRRP Group. Then I finish with the same baseline command, “show VRRP interface fastethernet0/0” and “show running-config” to see what changed.

05:31

In this video cheat sheet, I will be configuring VRRP object tracking. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show VRRP interface fastethernet0/0” to display the VRRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug VRRP” to see how things unfold as I configure object tracking. Finish with the same baseline command, “show VRRP interface fastethernet0/0”, to see what changed.

04:31

In this video cheat sheet, I will be setting MD5 Key String authentication for VRRP on interface fastethernet0/0. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show VRRP interface fastethernet0/0” to display the VRRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable debugging utilizing command “debug VRRP events” to see how things unfold as I enable authentication. Finish with the same baseline command, “show VRRP interface fastethernet0/0” to see what changed.

04:40

In this video cheat sheet, I will be setting MD5 Key Chain authentication for VRRP on interface fastethernet0/0. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show VRRP interface fastethernet0/0” to display the VRRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable debugging utilizing command “debug VRRP events” to see how things unfold as I enable authentication. Finish with the same baseline command, “show VRRP interface fastethernet0/0” to see what changed.

04:15

In this video cheat sheet, we will configure VRRP timers on interface fastethernet0/0. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show VRRP interface fastethernet0/0” to display the VRRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug VRRP” to see how things unfold as I configure timers. Then I will finish with the same baseline command, “show VRRP fastethernet0/0”, to see what changed.

05:23

In this video cheat sheet, we will configure VRRP timers on interface fastethernet0/0. I will start off with the baseline show command, “show VRRP interface fastethernet0/0” to display the VRRP status of the interface. Then I am going to enable a debug command of “debug VRRP” to see how things unfold as I configure timers. Then I will finish with the same baseline command, “show VRRP fastethernet0/0”, to see what changed.

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