Modern data center design is becoming increasingly reliant on layer-3 routing technologies. This course will teach you how to configure and troubleshoot routing protocols and IP services using a large-scale network topology.
Leaf/spine architectures have exploded in popularity within data centers and enterprise campus networks. In this course, Cisco Advanced Routing: Leaf/Spine Data Centers, you’ll learn to design, configure, and manage a multi-site data center interconnected via layer-3 links. First, you’ll expand your OSPF knowledge by learning about special area types and virtual links. Next, you’ll discover using internal BGP for scalable distribution of IP prefixes within a data center fabric. Finally, you’ll learn how to optimize the network using a subset of common IP services relating to management, monitoring, and security. Most of these topics are discussed using both IPv4 and IPv6 in the context of dual-stacking. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of Cisco layer-3 data center networking needed to deploy complex routing designs in your work environment.
Course Overview [Autogenerated] Hi everyone. My name is Nick Russo and welcome to my Cisco advanced routing leaf spine data centers. Course, shifting focus from traditional enterprise and service provider networks to data centers is a great way to explore technologies in a new light. I've built a brand new 20 no topology to illustrate the following multi area SPF with special area types and complex redistribution B G P traffic engineering for when routing optimization, securing data center interconnect overlays using IP ____ scaling BdP using route reflection within a data center and various IP services such as http sys, log and file transfer protocols. After completing this course, you'll know how to design, operate and maintain a complex multi site network in production. Before beginning this course, I'd recommend the following prerequisite training. The Cisco enterprise core learning path is a great resource to provide intermediate networking skills. You don't have to watch all of it. But I suggest selecting a few courses to improve your weakest areas at a minimum. I'd recommend these two courses as they introduce the core protocols seen in this course. It's a good way to gauge your skills before starting my advanced training. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn about Cisco advanced routing techniques for leaf spine data centers at Pluralsight Yeah. Mm.