Cisco SWITCH 1.0: Inter-VLAN Routing
The audience profile for SkillSofts SWITCH 1.0: Implementing Cisco Switched Networks training will be established IT professionals who have completed 640-802 Cisco Certified Network Associate, or 640-822 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 and 640-816 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2.
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When a network architect hands off a design to you, switches at the distribution layer, or in a collapsed core, will almost certainly have multiple VLANs connected to them. A switch with multiple VLANs requires a means of passing Layer 3 traffic between those VLANs. As an administrator, you must understand the process and the various methods of routing traffic from VLAN to VLAN such as using an external router or a multilayer switch. It is also important to understand how to configure features such as DHCP services and Layer 3 Etherchannel.
This course covers how to perform inter-VLAN packet transfer using an external router. It discusses the process that a multilayer switch uses to forward frames and packets. In addition, the course describes the configuration of multilayer switching, routed interfaces, DHCP services, and Layer 3 EtherChannels.
Inter-VLAN Routing in a Switched Campus
- use an external router for inter-VLAN routing
- recognize the features of a Layer 3 switch virtual interface
- recognize the commands that are used to configure an SVI
- configure a routed port on a multilayer switch
- configure Layer 3 EtherChannel links
- configure inter-VLAN routing on a multilayer switch
- configure DHCP services on a Layer 3 switch
- implement and verify inter-VLAN routing and routing protocols.
Deploying MLS with Cisco Express Forwarding
- recognize how multilayer switching operates
- identify the functions of Layer 3 switch processing
- identify the switching methods available on a Cisco switch
- configure Cisco Express Forwarding on a Cisco switch