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  1. Fibre Channel: A Comprehensive Introduction Since it first appeared, Fibre Channel: A Comprehensive Introduction has been accepted as the de facto reference manual for the industry. In this one convenient resource book, an exciting new area of technology is explained and illustrated - for beginners and experienced professionals alike. With more 400 figures, tables and illustrations, Fibre Channel: A Comprehensive Introduction provides both a cohesive overview of Fibre Channel technology and practical details for professional application. It provides information and explanations not found in the industry standards, and can broaden the understanding of even the most skilled Fibre Channel user. From the Fibre Channel basics to the physical interface, data encoding and framing protocol, Fibre Channel: A Comprehensive Introduction is the must-have resource for every user. [Hidden Content]
  2. Hey Fella's, I would like to start a group to work here on this forum rather than working in skype group's where people make solution's and sell them in the name of cciedat***.com. All these guys are fake.They just fetch information from group member's and create labs and sell them. These guys don't even have a rack.So don't trust them.They are running a local institute in Mumbai in a tacky apartment bearing a space which is less than even my doggy's room. I don't want to disclose the name of that institute.These 2 instructor's are multiple CCIE's but they don't even know how to configure a console router. Anyways below is the first question from the lab. ========================================== SECTION I: Nexus DC-1: ==== A.Layer 2: >>>Create VLAN's in DC-1 devices as per the Table 1. >>>Configure Port Channel 1 on Trunk links between DC1-N7K-3 and DC1-N7K-4 and also use Bridge Assurance. >>>Configure DC1-N7K-3 as root for all VLAN's. You are not ALLOWED to change VLAN Priority on any switch to achieve this task. >>>Configure Trunk Link on DC1-N7K-3 and DC1-N7K-4 for DMZ. >>>Allow VLAN 50 on DMZ trunks and enable Spanning tree portfast. >>>Configure L2 Link from DC1-N7K-3 to DC1-N7K-1. >>>Allow only VLAN 80 & 90 on the L2 link. B.Layer 3: >>>Core Network is already configured. >>>Configure Layer 3 links from DC1-N7K-3 and DC1-N7k-4 towards Backbone. >>>Configure OSPF area 1 on DC1-N71K-3 &DC-N7K1-4. >>>Router ID for OSPF process should be loopback 0 only. >>>Physical interface should not participate in the DR/BDR election process. >>>The MTU of the physical interface need to be 9100. >>>Create interface VLAN 30, interface VLAN 40 and advertise them to OSPF area 1. C.Gateway Fault Tolerance: >>>Configure HSRP on DC1-N7K-3 & DC1-N7K-4 >>>Use the .1 host IP address as the default gateway for this network segment. >>>Create HSRP group 0 for VLAN 30. >>>Create HSRP group 0 for VLAN 40. >>>After HSRP is established, make sure that DC1-N7K-3 should be primary for VLAN 30 & 40 D. Virtual Port Channel: >>>Create Multi-Chassis Link Aggregation Groups on DC1-N7K-3 and DC1-N7K-4. >>>Use Switch Domain-ID as 100. >>>Bundle Ethernet 3/37-38 on DC1-N7k-3 and Ethernet 3/47-48 on DC1-N7K-4 as peer link >>>Use a dedicated SVI with IP addressing in the subnet of 198.18.5.0/24 to send keep alive messages between switches with domain-id 100. >>>Ensure that the keep alive messages are not using the global IP routing table. >>>Make sure DC1-N7K-3 is the Active vPC. >>>VLAN 50 needs to be pruned from the vPC. >>>Configure VPC peer link with MTU 9100. >>>Traffic from UCS should prefer to go to DC1-N7K1-3 . >>>Configure E 1/34-35 as port channel 10 towards FI-A. >>>Allow VLAN's 30 & 40 on port channel 10. >>>Configure E 1/44-45 as port channel 20 towards FI-B. >>>Allow VLAN's 30 & 40 on port channel 20. Hope forum member's will help in contribution for the forum rather than helping some idiotic guys to build labs and sell them
  3. Hello, Please can you share the "CCNA Cloud CLDFND 210-451 Official Cert Guide "
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