DCCOR: VACP and vPC
Cisco CBROPS | Intermediate
- 2 Videos | 37m 7s
- Includes Assessment
- Earns a Badge
In this course, you'll learn how the Link Aggregation and Control Protocol is used to create bundles of Ethernet links and how these bundles can trick Spanning Tree Protocol into not blocking links between devices. You'll also learn how LACP makes it simple to form the EtherChannel itself. You'll then move on to explore Virtual Port Channels, including how they are an opportunity to eliminate STP from your network and how you can create a port channel between three devices instead of just two. This course is one in a collection that helps prepare learners for the 350-601 Implementing Cisco Data Center Core Technologies (DCCOR) certification exam.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
identify the command to configure ports with LACPidentify the Nexus command to view the status of a port channelrecognize dynamic protocols used to create an EtherChannel
identify the command to configure a vPC peer linkidentify the command to group Nexus devices into a logical grouping of vPC peersrecognize port channel features of a Nexus device
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