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Implementing Cisco Multicast

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  • Duración 5 días
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This course covers the fundamentals of IP multicasting. These fundamentals include multicast applications, sources, receivers, group management, and IP multicast routing protocols (such as Protocol Independent Multicast [PIM]) used within a single administrative domain (intradomain). The issues of switched LAN environments and reliable IP multicasting are covered as well. The course provides technical solutions for simple deployments of IP multicast within a provider or customer network. The curriculum provides the configuration and troubleshooting guidelines for implementation of IP multicast on Cisco routers. The labs provide students with the hands-on experience that is needed to successfully deploy IP multicast.


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    • Método de Impartición: Aprendizaje Virtual
    • Fecha: 02-06 septiembre, 2024

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    • Sede: Aula Virtual
    • Idioma: Inglés
    • Versión: 2.0


    • Método de Impartición: Aprendizaje Virtual
    • Fecha: 02-06 diciembre, 2024
    • Sede: Aula Virtual
    • Idioma: Inglés
    • Versión: 2.0


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This course is intended for pre and post-sales technical engineers responsible for designing, implementing, and/or troubleshooting basic IP multicast enabled networks within a single domain.

  • Network professionals, including systems engineers
  • Channel Partners
  • Customers

Objetivos del Curso

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After you complete this course you will be able to :

  • Introduce IP multicast services, to evaluate the functional model of IP multicasting and the technologies present in IP multicasting, acknowledge IP multicast benefits and associated caveats, and determine various types of multicast applications in order to understand the IP multicast conceptual model and its implementation prerequisites
  • Identify IP multicast issues on a data link layer, explain the methods of mapping network layer multicast addresses to data link layer addresses, and list the mechanisms for constraining multicast streams in a LAN environment
  • Introduce Protocol Independent Multicast sparse mode (PIM-SM) as the most current scalable IP multicast routing protocol to learn the principles of protocol operation and details, become familiar with the determinism built into sparse mode multicast protocols, and configure and deploy PIM-SM in complex IP multicast network deployments

    Module 1. IP Multicast Concepts and Technologies

    • Introducing IP Multicast
    • Understanding the Multicast Service Model
    • Defining Multicast Distribution Trees and Forwarding
    • Reviewing Multicast Protocols

    Module 2. Multicast on the LAN

    • Mapping Layer 3 to Layer 2
    • Working with Cisco Group Management Protocol
    • Using IGMP Snooping

    Module 3. PIM Sparse Mode

    • Introducing Protocol Independent Multicast Sparse Mode
    • Understanding PIM-SM Protocol Mechanics
    • Using PIM-SM in a Sample Situation
    • Configuring and Monitoring PIM-SM

    Module 4. Rendezvous Point Engineering

    • Identifying RP Distribution Solutions
    • Implementing Auto-RP
    • Using PIMv2 BSR
    • Using Anycast RP and MSDP

    Module 5. PIM Sparse Mode Protocol Extensions

    • Introducing Source Specific Multicast
    • Configuring and Monitoring SSM
    • Reviewing Bidirectional PIM
    • Configuring and Monitoring Bidirectional PIM

    Module 6. Multiprotocol Extensions for BGP

    • Introducing MP-BGP
    • Configuring and Monitoring MP-BGP

    Module 7. Interdomain IP Multicast

    • Examining Dynamic Interdomain IP Multicast
    • Explaining Multicast Source Discovery Protocol
    • Using MSDP SA Caching
    • Configuring and Monitoring MSDP

    Module 8. IP Multicast Security

    • Introducing IP Multicast and Security
    • Securing a Multicast Network

    Module 9. Multicast Optimization and High-Availability Features

    • Using Multicast Optimization and High-Availability Features

    Module 10. Applications of Multicast

    • Exploring IP Multicast and Video Applications
    • Using IP Multicast in Mission-Critical Environments
    • Exploring How Enterprise IT Uses IP Multicasting Globally


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    It is recommended, but not required, that students have the following knowledge and skills:

    • Work experience and configuration skills for Cisco routers and LAN switches
    • CCNA Routing and Switching Certification
    • Attended the Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE) Training Course

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    Recommended preparation for exam(s):

    • No exam currently relates to this course
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