New Training: Juniper Link Aggregation
In this 18-video, intermediate training, CBT Nuggets trainer Knox Hutchinson covers the knowledge network administrators need to create a high-bandwidth trunk between two physical switches by interconnecting them with two or more links that are combined into a larger virtual link.
The benefits of link aggregation are fairly obvious: much greater bandwidth and availability. Unfortunately, the process of implementing them is less straightforward. Link aggregation requires physically connecting two switches with two or more links and combining them virtually. With multiple physical connections being treated like the same virtual link, much more data can pass through, plus the interfaces themselves are protected against failure.
This Juniper Link Aggregation training will familiarize any network administrator in how to perform link aggregation with switches developed by Juniper Devices.
The two-part series covers topics such as understanding the theory of aggregating links to form a single link layer interface, balancing traffic across member links in an ethernet bundle, and managing increased availability with redundant member links.
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The skills that comprise this series include:
Topics this training covers include:
- Deploy LACP on QFX-Series Switches
- Deploy LACP Between Cisco IOS and Junos
- Create Aggregated Ethernet Interfaces
- Introducing MC-LAG
- Deploy LACP on EX-Series Switches
This training includes:
- 1 hour of training
- 18 videos