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2008 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. ExtremeXOS Operation and Configuration, Version 12.1.

1. Part number DOC-00919.


Introduction and
Orientation
ExtremeXOS

Operation and
Configuration, Version 12.1
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Module Content
Introduction
Instructor/Student introductions
Facilities
Student kit
Administrative
Course prerequisites
Student objectives
Agenda
Introduction to Extreme Networks certification program
Summary
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Introductions
Instructor
Name
Company
Job title
Experience
Students
Name/company
Job title/responsibility
Network experience (number of years)
Extreme Networks product exposure
Course expectations
Recreational activities
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Facilities
Restrooms
Emergency exits
First aid stations
Lunch and break rooms
Parking
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Student Kit
Training manual
Pen and marker
Note pad
Course evaluation form
Certificate
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Administrative
Class roster/sign-in sheet
Questions in class
Lecture
Lab exercises
Lunch breaks
Morning and afternoon breaks
Silence cell phones
Emergency procedures
Non-smoking policy
Course evaluation
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Course Knowledge Prerequisites
LAN fundamentals
TCP/IP, IP addressing, and subnet masking
Switching, bridging, and routing concepts
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High-Level Student Objectives
Upon completion of this course, the successful student will be able to:
Describe Extreme Networks switching products, and software
products.
Define Extreme Networks hardware and software features.
Define the ExtremeXOS and command-line Interface structure.
Configure the switch for management access, navigate the
command interface, and save the switch configuration.
Configure port parameters, Layer 2 forwarding, and port load
sharing.
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High-Level Student Objectives (Continued)
Describe different VLAN types.
Create and configure port-based, protocol-based, and tagged
VLANs.
Configure a Spanning Tree Protocol network.
Configure an Ethernet Automatic Protection Switching ring.
Configure static IP forwarding and IP routing functions.
Configure and deploy a dynamically routed network using RIP and
OSPF.
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Day 1 - Agenda
Module 1 Introduction and Orientation
Module 2 Extreme Networks Product Overview
Module 3 Initial Switch Configuration
Initial Switch Configuration Lab
Module 4 Switch Management
Switch Management Lab
Module 5 Layer 1 Configuration
Layer 1 Configuration Lab
Module 6 XOS Stacking
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Day 2 Agenda
Module 7 Layer 2 Forwarding
Layer 2 Forwarding Lab
Module 8 VLANs
Port-based VLAN Configuration Lab
Tagged VLAN Configuration Lab
Protocol-based VLAN Configuration Lab
Module 9 Spanning Tree
Spanning Tree Configuration Lab
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Day 3 Agenda
Module 10 Ethernet Automatic Protection Switching
Basic EAPS Configuration Lab
Module 11 IP Unicast Routing and Configuration
Static Routing Configuration Lab
Module 12 Configuring RIP
RIP Configuration Lab

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Day 4 Agenda
Module 13 Configuring OSPF
OSPF Configuration Lab
Module 14 Netlogin with Local MAC Authentication
Netlogin Configuration Lab
Module 15 Universal Port
Universal Port Configuration Lab


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Day 5 - Agenda
Module 16 QoS
QoS Lab
Module 17 Switch Diagnostics
Switch Diagnostics Lab
Module 18 Network Troubleshooting
Network Troubleshooting Lab
Course Wrap-Up
Certificate of Attendance
Course Evaluation
ENA Certification
2008 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. ExtremeXOS Operation and Configuration, Version 12.1. Part number DOC-00919.
Introduction to the
Extreme Networks
Certification
Program
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The Certification Levels
Extreme Networks Associate (ENA)
Extreme Networks Specialist (ENS)
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Extreme Networks Associate (Level 1)
Foundation for Extreme Networks certification program.
Focuses on the configuration and management of the Extreme
Networks family of switch products.
Facilitated by Authorized Training Partners (ATPs).
Full 5-day attendance in ECF class to obtain certification
Price is included with ECF class
Alternatively, take an 80-question, 2-hour, multiple-choice exam
Price is equal to one day of training or one training voucher if test is
purchased separately
Minimum required score to pass is 75%
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Extreme Networks Specialist (Level 2)
Exam verifies advanced skills:
Redundancy
Routing
Security
Multicast routing
First-level TAC bypass with ENS certification
Direct access to Tier 2 Technical Assistance Center with service contract
Bypass Level 1 TAC
Certification valid for two years.
To register for the ENS level of certification, you must complete the
Extreme Networks Associate Certification.
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Extreme Networks Specialist Exam
Scheduling ENS exam
Use website www.extremenetworks.com/education and select an Authorized
Training Partner in your region
Price is a one-day training voucher
Theoretical knowledge and practical skills are tested in a
combination of multiple choice questions and hands-on exam
Exam consists of two parts:
Multiple choice written exam
Hands-on practical exam
Minimum required score 75%
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Extreme Networks Course Curriculum
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Extreme Networks Specialist Curriculum
ENS Level Courses
ExtremeXOS - Accelerated Extreme Networks Specialist (ENS)
Certification
(EANS-300/5)
ExtremeXOS - Implementing Advanced Security
(EISN-300/3)
ExtremeXOS - Implementing Redundant Networks
(EIRN-300/2)
ExtremeXOS Implementing Multicast Routing
(EIMR-300/2)
ExtremeXOS - Implementing Advanced OSPF Networks
(EIAO-300/2)
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Supportive Curriculum
EPICenter 5.0 Tutorial
Extreme IPv6 Fundamentals
Summit WM Fundamentals
Sentriant AG
Sentriant NG
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Certification and Curriculum Updates
Disclaimer
Always visit our website for the most up-to-date information about the
Extreme Networks certification program and course curriculum:
www.extremenetworks.com/education/training
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Summary
Introduction
Instructor/student introductions
Facilities
Student kit/documentation
Administrative
Course prerequisites
Course objectives
Agenda
Extreme Networks certification program
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2008 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. ExtremeXOS Operation and Configuration, Version 12.1. Part number DOC-00919. 2008 Extreme Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. ExtremeXOS Operation and Configuration, Version 12.1. Part number DOC-00919.