Huawei Courses

HU-HCIE R & S

Huawei Certified Internetwork Expert - Routing and Switching Training

Price:
United Arab Emirates:
USD 0.00 excl. VAT

Duration: 5 Days

Who should attend:

  • Those who hope to become an internetwork expert
  • Those who hope to obtain HCIE-RS certificate
Dates
An individual course planning is possible for this course.
Associated Certificates

Huawei Certified Internetwork Expert

Prerequisites
  • HCNP-RS(HCDP) certification or similar knowledge
  • Five years experiences on building and maintaining the large scope enterprise network
Course Description

This is a 5-day lab-intensive course that focuses on advanced routing and switching technologies. This course consists of hands-on exercises only without touching on any theory. This course is suitable for trainees that want to turn knowledge into application or simply need more hands-on experience with Huawei technologies. Trainees will demonstrate a comprehensive and thorough understanding of large networks, including technologies used in complex large and medium-sized networks, and the ability to design various enterprise networks independently and implement those designs using Huawei routing and switching devices.

Course Objectives

On completion of this program, the participants will be able to:

  • Understand the large and medium-sized complex networks
  • Design a variety of complex network independently
  • Implement networks with Huawei routing and switching devices
  • Maintain different networks with a variety of routers and switches
  • Solve complex connectivity problems
  • Use technical solutions to increase bandwidth, shorten the corresponding time, maximize performance, strengthen security and support global applications
  • Troubleshoot complex networks
  • Analyze complex requirements of applications on the network
Course Objectives
  • Module 1 – RIP

1.       RIP Principles
2.       RIPv2 Enhanced Features
3.       Split Horizon and Poison Reverse
4.       Multi-process and Multi-instance
5.       RIP and BFD Association
6.       Configuring RIP

  • Module 2 – IS-IS

1.       IS-IS Basic Concepts and Principles
2.       IS-IS Authentication
3.       IS-IS Reliability
4.       IS-IS Host Name Mapping
5.       IS-IS Route Management
6.       IS-IS IPv6
7.       IS-IS Multi-process and Multi-instance
8.       Configuring IS-IS 

  • Module 3 – OSPF

1.       OSPF Overview
2.       OSPF  (GTSM,VPN,NSSA, GTSM, IP FRR,  & GR)
3.       OSPF Smart-discover
4.       OSPF Fast Convergence
5.       Advertising Host Routes
6.       OSPF BGP & LDP Association
7.       OSPF Mesh Group
8.       Configuring OSPF

  • Module 4 – BGP

1.       BGP Concepts & Principles
2.       Interaction Between BGP and an IGP
3.       BGP Security, Route Selection Rules, and Load Balancing
4.       Configuring BGP

  • Module 5 – VLAN

1.       VLAN Basic Concepts and Principles
2.       VLAN Assignment & Aggregation
3.       MUX VLAN
4.       Configuring VLAN

  • Module 6 – Layer 2 Ethernet Technologies

1.       ARP
2.       MAC Address Tables
3.       Link Aggregation
4.       GVRP

  • Module 7 – Layer 2 WAN Technologies

1.       PPP
2.       MP
3.       PPPoE
4.       Frame Relay

  • Module 8 – STP

1.       STP/RSTP
2.       MSTP Principles
3.       STP Configuration

  • Module 9 – Multicast

1.       IP Multicast Basics
2.       IGMP
3.       Layer 2 Multicast
4.       Multicast Route Management 

  • Module 10 – IPv6

1.       Addresses & Packet Format
2.       ICMPv6
3.       Neighbor Discovery and PATH MTU
4.       IPv6 over IPv4 & IPv6 Tunnel
5.       RIPng
6.       OSPFv3
7.       MP-BGP

  • Module 11 – MPLS VPN

1.       MPLS Basics
2.       MPLS LDP
3.       BGP/MPLS IP VPN
4.       Configuration Example

  • Module 12 – Other Technologies

1.       BFD
2.       URPF
3.       IPSG
4.       ARP Security
5.       QoS Technology Description
6.       SNMP
7.       NQA
8.       NTP
9.       Examples for Configuring Other Technologies

Further information

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