New Training: Creating a Base Configuration for Cisco Devices
In this 15-video, entry-level training, CBT Nuggets trainers Jeremy Cioara and Keith Barker cover the knowledge and skills that network administrators need to create base configurations on Cisco devices — specifically focusing on preparing application-centric infrastructures.
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Most network configuration and maintenance is evolving — away from wide, application-agnostic networks and more toward networks that are custom-made for specific applications. Creating a base configuration is an essential step in preparing Cisco devices for an ACI. This Cisco-focused training will help ensure that your skills keep pace with a new generation of networking.
The two skills that comprise this training are:
Create a Base Configuration for Cisco Devices
Create a Base Configuration for Cisco Devices Hands-On Lab
The two-part series covers fundamental networking topics such as understanding the role a base configuration plays in ACI topology, negotiating Cisco ACI fabric discovery and base configurations, and employing Cisco Network Insights to troubleshoot configurations as well as:
Review of Create a Base Configuration for Cisco Devices
Configuring and Verifying Interfaces and IP Addresses Lab
Configure DNS and Router Interfaces
Telnet and SSH Implementation
Configuring Device Identification (Hostname and Banner)
Topics this training covers include:
This training includes:
2 hours of training
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