Cisco Enterprise Networks: Virtualization
This course will help you feel confident discussing, configuring, and troubleshooting network virtualization technologies.
What you'll learn
The term “virtualization” is used everywhere, but how does it apply to networking? In this course, Cisco Enterprise Networks: Virtualization, you’ll get clarity on what networking virtualization means and how it’s used to improve scalability, cost-effectiveness, and security. First, you’ll explore the relationship and difference between server virtualization and network virtualization concepts. Next, you’ll discover how to configure generic routing encapsulation (GRE) and IPsec tunnels. After that, you’ll cover how to implement IP mobility using LISP and VXLAN. Finally, you’ll learn how to create virtual routing and forwarding (VRF) instances. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll feel confident discussing, configuring, and troubleshooting network virtualization technologies.
Table of contents
- Module Introduction 1m
- Virtualization Concepts 2m
- Virtual Machines and Machine Virtualization 9m
- Virtual Machine Networking 1m
- Network Functions Virtualization 2m
- Single-root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV) 3m
- Network Overlays 2m
- GRE Tunnels 8m
- Advertising Prefixes over a GRE Tunnel 4m
- Recursive Routing 6m
- Summary 2m