Cisco – Trainings and Certifications

Cisco Trainings and Certifications overview

Cloud CCNA Cloud CCNP Cloud
Collaboration CCNA Collaboration CCNP Collaboration CCIE Collaboration
Cybersecurity Operations CCNA Cyber Ops
Data Center CCNA Data Center CCNP Data Center CCIE Data Center
Design CCENT CCDA CCDP CCDE CCAr
Industrial CCNA Industrial
Routing and Switching CCENT CCNA Routing and Switching CCNP Routing and Switching CCIE Routing and Switching
Security CCENT CCNA Security CCNP Security CCIE Security
Service Provider CCNA Service Provider CCNP Service Provider CCIE Service Provider
Wireless CCENT CCNA Wireless CCNP Wireless CCIE Wireless

Cisco UCS Networking

Cisco UCS Networking, Physical network architecture

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Cisco UCS Networking, Infrasctructure Virtualization

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Cisco UCS Networking, Switching modes of the Fabric Interconnect

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Cisco UCS Networking, Upstream connectivity for SAN

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Cisco UCS Networking, Appliance Ports and NAS direct attach

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Cisco UCS Networking, Fabric Failover with Hyper-V and bare metal OS

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Cisco UCS Networking, Fabric Failover with VMware

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Cisco UCS Networking, End Host mode pinning

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Cisco UCS Networking, Upstream LAN Connectiviry

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Cisco UCS Networking, Inter-Fabric Traffic and Recommemded LAN Topologies

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Cisco UCS Networking, Disjointed L2 Domains

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Cisco UCS Networking, Gen2 Adapters

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Cisco UCS Networking, Cisco VIC (Palo) QoS

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Cisco UCS Networking, SPAN, IPv6

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CISCO – Spanning Tree Enhancements

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Loop Guard

This feature prevents a port from erroneously transitioning from blocking state to forwarding when the port stops receiving BPDUs. The port is marked as being in loop-inconsistent state. In this state, the port does not forward packets. The possible values are Enable or Disable.

TCN Guard

Enabling the TCN Guard feature restricts the port from propagating any topology change information received through that port. This means that even if a port receives a BPDU with the topology change flag set to true, the port will not flush its MAC address table and send out a BPDU with a topology change flag set to true.

Auto Edge

Enabling the Auto Edge feature allows the port to become an edge port if it does not see BPDUs for some duration.

BPDU Filter

When enabled, this feature filters the BPDU traffic on this port when STP is enabled on this port.

BPDU Flood

When enabled, the BPDU Flood feature floods the BPDU traffic arriving on this port when STP is disabled on this port.

Ref: cisco training online