Cisco BCMSN 3.0: Defining Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANS)

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To identify how various technologies are best implemented within the Campus Infrastructure module and configure VLANs on access switches to confine traffic to individual VLANs in accordance with the Campus Infrastructure module design

Target Audience

Network administrators, network engineers, network managers, systems managers, or network designers.

Prerequisites

Completion of the course Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices (ICND)

Expected Duration

130 min.

Course Objectives

Cisco BCMSN 3.0: Defining Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANS)

  • recognize the issues that can occur in a poorly designed network and identify the best practice for designating VLANs for an organization.
  • distinguish between network interconnection technologies and identify the equipment and cabling needs when altering infrastructure.
  • distinguish between traffic types and recognize the traffic paths within a campus network.
  • identify the characteristics of end-to-end and local VLANs and the benefits of implementing local VLANs in an enterprise campus network.
  • recognize VLAN configuration modes and their functions and identify the features of VLAN access ports.
  • recognize the commands to configure a VLAN and associate it with an access port.
  • configure a VLAN and associate it with an access port.
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