1 - Course Outline
Introducing Cisco IP Fabric for MediaMedia over IP StandardizationDesigning Cisco IPFM SolutionBuilding Cisco IP Fabric for MediaExploring Non-Blocking Multicast in Cisco IPFMDescribing Cisco DCNMIntroducing Cisco DCNM PowerOn Auto Provisioning (POAP) ProcessImplementing Cisco DCNM Flow and Host PoliciesPrecision Time ProtocolCisco IPFM Operations, Administration, and ManagementCisco IPFM High AvailabilityMonitoring and Troubleshooting Cisco IPFM Operation
2 - Lab Outline
Implement IPFM Without DCNM Media ControllerImplement POAP Using Cisco DCNMDeploy Flows Through Cisco DCNM Media ControllerDeploy Host Policies Through Cisco DCNM Media ControllerConfigure PTPOperate and Administer Cisco DCNMImplement Cisco IPFM High AvailabilityTroubleshoot Cisco IPFM Operation
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
This course is designed for broadcast engineers.
It might also be of interest to technical solution architects, network engineers, and network administrators.
We recommend but do not require that you have the following knowledge and skills before taking this class:
Understanding of broadcast industry requirements and standardization
Understanding of data center network architectures
Understanding of virtualization concepts
Understanding of Ethernet functions and standards
Understanding of TCP/IP networks
Understand and configure basic unicast and multicast routing
Understanding of Cisco Nexus® Command Line Interface (CLI)
Use of basic Linux commands