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NSP Classic Management NFM-P: Multi-Area Scaling

Course Number: OS01003-V-1900
Course Duration: 3 days (including lectures and hands-on lab exercises)
 

Course overview

The content in this training is intended to develop a good understanding of the technologies and principles to configure, monitor, and troubleshooting multi-area scaling and path management in an SR OS -based IP/MPLS transport network, including: Admin Groups and SRLG; soft pre-emptive LSP; scaling multi-area IRP routing domains; CSPF_on_loose_hop; and, LDP over RSVP. This course is a combination of theoretical discussion and hands-on practical exercises using the NFM-P Rel 17 as the primary management interface, though CLI (Command Line Interface) will be used where necessary.

Course objectives

The learner will be able to:

  • Describe RSVP-TE path selection process
  • Explain and configure CSPF path selection attributes
  • Explain and configure soft preemptive LSP
  • Explain and configure need for multi-domain IP network
  • Explain and configure route redistribution policy
  • Describe MPLS data plane and control plane
  • Explain and configure LDP over RSVP
  • Explain and configure CSPF loose hop

Couse contents

  • 1 - Managing Path Selection
    • 1.1 - Influencing RSVP-TE Path Selection: Overview
    • 1.2 - Administrative Groups Workflow
    • 1.3 - Shared Risk Link Groups (SRLG) Workflow
    • 1.4 - TE Metrics Workflow
    • 1.5 - Bandwidth AllocationDiffServ Architecture
    • 1.6 - Bandwidth AllocationDiffServ Architecture Workflow
    • 1.7 - Soft Preemptive
    • 1.8 - Soft Preemptive Workflow
  • 2 - Multi-domain IP Networks
    • 2.1 - Scaling IP Networks: Overview
    • 2.2 - Basic of OSPF
    • 2.3 - Multi-Area OSPF Workflow
    • 2.4 - Basic of IS-IS
    • 2.5 - IS-IS Autonomous System Levels Workflow
    • 2.6 - Route Redistribution and Filtering
    • 2.7 - Route Redistribution and Filtering Workflow
  • 3 - MPLS in Multi-domain Networks
    • 3.1 - Principle of MPLS
    • 3.2 - LDP over RSVP
    • 3.3 - LDP over RSVP Workflow
    • 3.4 - CSPF-on loose hop
    • 3.5 - CSPF-on loose hop Workflow

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