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Advanced Data Center Switching

14.a

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Student Guide

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Contents

Chapter 1:

Course Introduction

 

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1-1

Chapter 2:

Next Generation Data Centers

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Chapter 3:

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IP Fabric Routing

 

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IP Fabric Scaling

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Configure an IP Fabric

 

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Lab: IP Fabric

 

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Chapter 4:

VXLAN

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4-1

Layer Connectivity Over a Layer 3 Network

 

4-3

VXLAN Using Multicast Control Plane

 

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VXLAN Configuration

 

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Lab: VXLAN

 

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Chapter 5:

EVPN

 

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The

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Lab: EVPN Control Plane for VXLAN

 

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Chapter 6:

Data Center Interconnect

 

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DCI

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MPLS VPN Review

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Lab: Data Center Interconnect

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Acronym List

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ACR-1

Course Overview

This two-day course is designed to introduce various QFX5k and MX/vMX features including, but not limited to, IP Fabric,

Virtual eXtensible Local Area Network (VXLAN) Layer 2 and Layer 3 Gateways, VXLAN with Ethernet VPN (EVPN) signaling,

Data Center Interconnect (DCI) for a VXLAN overlay. Students will learn to configure and monitor these features that exist

on the Junos operating system running on the QFX5100 and vMX Series platform.

Through demonstrations and hands-on labs, students will gain experience configuring, monitoring, and analyzing the

above features of the Junos OS. This course is based on software Release 14.1X53.

Intended Audience

This course benefits individuals responsible for configuring and monitoring switching features that exist on the Junos OS

running on the QFX5k and MX Series platforms, including individuals in professional services, sales and support

organizations, and the end users.

Course Level

Advanced Data Center Switching (ADCX) is an advanced-level course.

Prerequisites

The following are the prerequisites for this course:

• Understanding of the OSI model;

• Junos OS configuration experience—the Introduction to the Junos Operating System (IJOS) course or

equivalent;

• Advanced routing knowledge—the Advanced Junos Enterprise Routing (AJER) course or equivalent; and

• Intermediate switching knowledge—the Junos Enterprise Switching Using Enhanced Layer 2 Software

(JEX-ELS) and Data Center Switching (DCX) courses or equivalent.

Objectives

After successfully completing this course, you should be able to:

• Describe the benefits and challenges of the traditional multitier architecture.

• Describe the new networking requirements in a data center.

• Describe the various data center fabric architectures.

• Explain routing in an IP Fabric.

• Describe how to scale an IP Fabric.

• Configure an EBGP-based IP Fabric.

• Explain why you would use VXLAN in your data center.

• Describe the control and data plane of VXLAN in a controller-less overlay.

• Describe how to configure and monitor VXLAN when using multicast signaling.

• Describe the benefits of using EVPN signaling for VXLAN.

• Describe the operation of the EVPN protocol.

• Configure and monitor EVPN signaling for VXLAN.

• Define the term Data Center Interconnect.

• Describe the control and data plane of an MPLS VPN.

• Describe the DCI options when using a VXLAN overlay with EVPN signaling.

Course Agenda

Day 1

 

Chapter 1:

Course Introduction

Chapter 2:

Next Generation Data Centers

Chapter 3:

IP Fabric

 

Lab: IP Fabric

 

Chapter 4:

VXLAN

 

Lab: VXLAN

Day 2

 

Chapter 5:

EVPN

 

Lab: VXLAN with EVPN Signaling

 

Chapter 6:

Data Center Interconnect

Lab: Data Center Interconnect

Document Conventions

CLI and GUI Text

Frequently throughout this course, we refer to text that appears in a command-line interface (CLI) or a graphical user

interface (GUI). To make the language of these documents easier to read, we distinguish GUI and CLI text from chapter

text according to the following table.

Style

Description

Usage Example

Franklin Gothic

Normal text.

Most of what you read in the Lab Guide

 

and Student Guide.

Courier New

Console text:

• Screen captures

• Noncommand-related

syntax

GUI text elements:

• Menu names

• Text field entry

commit complete

Exiting configuration mode

Select File >

Configuration.conf in the

Filename text box.

Open, and then click

Input Text Versus Output Text

You will also frequently see cases where you must enter input text yourself. Often these instances will be shown in the

context of where you must enter them. We use bold style to distinguish text that is input versus text that is simply

displayed.

Style

Description

Usage Example

Normal CLI

No distinguishing variant.

Physical interface:fxp0,

Normal GUI

Enabled

View configuration history by clicking

Configuration > History.

CLI

Input

Text that you must enter.

lab@San_Jose> show route

GUI

Input

Select File > Save, and type

config.ini in the Filename field.

Defined and Undefined Syntax Variables

Finally, this course distinguishes between regular text and syntax variables, and it also distinguishes between syntax

variables where the value is already assigned (defined variables) and syntax variables where you must assign the value

(undefined variables). Note that these styles can be combined with the input style as well.

Style

Description

Usage Example

CLI

Variable

Text where variable value is already

policy my-peers

GUI

Variable

assigned.

Click my-peers in the dialog.

CLI

Undefined

Text where the variable’s value is

Type set policy policy-name .

 

the user’s discretion or text where

the variable’s value as shown in

ping 10.0.x.y

GUI

Undefined

the lab guide might differ from the

Select File > Save, and type

value the user must input

according to the lab topology.

filename in the Filename field.

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You can obtain information on the latest Education Services offerings, course dates, and class locations from the World

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About This Publication

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Advanced Data Center Switching Chapter 1: Course Introduction

Advanced Data Center Switching

Chapter 1: Course Introduction

Advanced Data Center Switching Chapter 1: Course Introduction

Advanced Data Center Switching

Advanced Data Center Switching We Will Discuss: • Objectives and course content information; • Additional Juniper

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• Additional Juniper Networks, Inc. courses; and

• The Juniper Networks Certification Program.

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Advanced Data Center Switching Introductions The slide asks several questions for you to answer during class

Introductions

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Advanced Data Center Switching

Advanced Data Center Switching Course Contents The slide lists the topics we discuss in this course.

Course Contents

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Advanced Data Center Switching

Advanced Data Center Switching Prerequisites The slide lists the prerequisites for this course. www.juniper.net Course

Prerequisites

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Advanced Data Center Switching General Course Administration The slide documents general aspect s of classroom

General Course Administration

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Advanced Data Center Switching Training and Study Materials The slide describes Education Services materials that are

Training and Study Materials

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Advanced Data Center Switching

Advanced Data Center Switching Juniper Networks Education Services Curriculum Juniper Networks Education Services can help

Juniper Networks Education Services Curriculum

Juniper Networks Education Services can help ensure that you have the knowledge and skills to deploy and maintain

cost-effective, high-performance networks for both enterprise and service provider environments. We have expert training

staff with deep technical and industry knowledge, providing you with instructor-led hands-on courses in the classroom and

online, as well as convenient, self-paced eLearning courses. In addition to the courses shown on the slide, Education

Services offers training in automation, E-Series, firewall/VPN, IDP, network design, QFabric, support, and wireless LAN.

Courses

Juniper Networks courses are available in the following formats:

• Classroom-based instructor-led technical courses

• Online instructor-led technical courses