Cisco Enterprise Networks: Design
The physical design of a network can either limit or ensure its scalability and resilience. This course will teach you to design robust and reliable Cisco enterprise and campus networks.
What you'll learn
A poorly designed network can’t be fixed with just configuration commands. In this course, Cisco Enterprise Networks: Design, you’ll learn how to design reliable and scalable Cisco enterprise and campus networks. First, you’ll explore physical network design patterns. Next, you’ll discover the different options for configuring layer 2 topologies. Finally, you’ll learn how to design and configure IP multicast. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of network design needed to plan any enterprise or campus network.
Table of contents
- Module Introduction 3m
- IP Multicast 2m
- LAN Multicast 6m
- Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP) 3m
- Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) 5m
- Configuring PIM 4m
- Simulating a Multicast Source 3m
- Reverse Path Forwarding Check 4m
- Configuring a Multicast Receiver 4m
- IP Multicast and Ethernet 4m
- Summary 1m