HP Networking Interoperability - Rev. 11.12
Exam(s): HP0-Y32 - Designing & Troubleshooting Open Standards Networks
only available as a "Troubleshooting HP Networks and Interoperability Bootcamp"
The HP Networking Interoperability course helps network engineers design and implement multivendor networks that include HP A-Series, HP E-Series, and Cisco switches. The course focuses on the key differences between platforms, such as VLAN configuration, Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), Open Shortest Path First (OSPF), link aggregation, and Network Address Translation (NAT). Network engineers will learn how to identify compatibility problems and evaluate the pros and cons of each possible solution for a given network environment.
Professionals who design, implement, and maintain network solutions based on HP and Cisco technologies, including systems engineers, systems designers, customer IT staff, HP services field and call center support engineers.
Implementing HP E-Series Networks or Implementing A-Series Networks, or Cisco CCNP level training.
HP Networking Interoperability outlines the key differences between HP A-Series, E-Series, and Cisco switches and helps network engineers understand the issues that can arise when these switches are operating on the same network. By designing solutions in class and practicing implementation through hands-on labs, network engineers learn how to design and configure highly functional multivendor networks. They also learn how to identify and resolve problems on existing multivendor networks.
Our trainings are designed to prepare you for the HP Certified Professional certification exams with lectures and intense hands-on lab exercises. Certification will ensure validation of the technical competencies and expertise needed to plan, deploy, support, and service HP technology solutions.
Areas of interoperability on multivendor networks:
- Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP)
- Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
- Differences between Per VLAN Spanning Tree Plus (PVST+) and MSTP
- Management of HP A-Series, HP E-Series, and Cisco switches
- VLAN configuration on HP A-Series, HP E-Series, and Cisco switches
- Aggregated links between HP switches and Cisco switches
- Network Address Translation (NAT)
- Quality of service (QoS) for proper traffic prioritization
- Host Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) and Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)