ENARSI: Device, SNMP, DHCP, & Syslog Troubleshooting

Cisco ENARSI
  • 4 Videos | 55m 50s
  • Includes Assessment
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What are the defaults you might find in place on your Cisco device when it comes to device management? What types of configurations should you know well enough to troubleshoot? In this course, you'll explore troubleshooting device management. Then, you'll move on to examine the different versions of SNMP, as well as the components that makeup the architecture and message types. Next, you see a typical SNMP version 3 configuration and common trouble areas. You'll learn about Syslog and how to use this powerful log data to effectively troubleshoot your device and its running services. Finally, you'll learn about common DHCP troubleshooting tactics and message information that is critical for effective enterprise troubleshooting. This course is one of a series that prepares you for the 300-410: Implementing Cisco Enterprise Advanced Routing and Services (ENARSI) certification exam.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • recognize defaults used for SSH and how to troubleshoot and configure SSH
    recognize the management protocols available on a Cisco device and their management requirements
    troubleshoot and configure transport inputs for a Cisco device
    recognize the communication, operations, and message types supported by SNMP
    recognize the differences between the SNMP components that make up the SNMP security model versions
  • distinguish between the different components of a syslog message
    identify the different syslog severity levels and their descriptive names
    configure a Cisco device to provide DHCP services as a server
    configure a Cisco device to use DHCP to get an IP address
    recognize common DHCP commands for troubleshooting and debugging DHCP on a Cisco device

IN THIS COURSE

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