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Certified Allied Telesis Technician /
Enterprise Solution
Certified Allied Telesis
Expert (CAE)
Introduction
This course addresses technicians
installing and configuring Allied Telesis
edge switches. Includes the theory
behind configuration tasks, opportunity
to try configurations and explanations
of simple networking debugging
scenarios.
Duration
Two days
Delivery format
Classroom based with hands on practice
Certification
Attendees are required to pass a Web exam
Intended Audience
Technicians who wish to install Allied Telesis x- Series
switches
Prerequisites
No prior certification is required
Key products / technology
AlliedWare Plus, x-Series switches
Certified Allied Telesis Technician - Enterprise
Certified Allied Telesis
Professional (CAP)
Valid for two years
Certified Allied Telesis
Technician (CAT)
TECHNICAL CERTIFICATION
Objectives
After successful completion
candidates will be able to:
XX Describe the differences between
Layer 2 and Layer 3 switches.
XX Understand how networks are
architecturally split into edge and
core sections.
XX Identify the key criteria for deploying
Layer 2 or Layer 3 switches in a
basic network design.
XX Understand the operation and
utilization of VLANs.
XX Understand the concepts and
implementation of RSTP.
XX Use of CLI and GUI as configuration
method.
Learn More
For more information or to
schedule your training.
alliedtelesis.eu/training
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Course Outline
Hardware Overview
Overview of the Allied Telesis product
portfolio and where the products
covered in the course fit.
Basic Switch Operations
Configuring basic switch operations
using both the Command Line
Interface (CLI) and Graphical User
Interface (GUI). Initial connection, start
up, port management and feature
licencing.
Switching Concepts
Introduction and configuration of
switching concepts such as forwarding
databases, port security / mirroring,
broadcast limiting / storm control and
Layer 2 filtering.
RSTP
Introduction of Spanning Tree protocol
and its parameters. Implementation
and configuration of Rapid Spanning
Tree Protocol.
Virtual LANs (VLAN)
VLAN theory and configuration is
discussed, including VLAN trunks and
private VLANs.
Link Aggregation
Introduction to link aggregation types
and traffic split criteria. Configuring
both static and LACP-based port
aggregation.
IP
Covers the basic concepts and
configuration of Layer 3 services in
AlliedWare Plus™ switches.
Stacking
VCStack™ introduction and
configuration, software and
configuration file synchronization,
rolling reboot, resiliency link and
managing stack members.
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Introduction to the Power over Ethernet
standard technology and configuration.
SNMP
Overview of SNMP and MIBs,
configuration and implementation.
NETWORK SMARTER
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