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  1. Hello Everyone, anyone here have recorded video of a new CCIE DC v3 bootcamp from khawar butt ? kindly share with us
  2. INE CCIE DCv3 [hide][Hidden Content]] re-upload
  3. Hello friends, Find below single mega link with latest INE - CCIE Data Center v2 Advanced Technologies - Virtual Extensible LAN (VXLAN) on Nexus NX-OSComplete Videos collection. Enjoy the videos & Happy Labbing [Hidden Content]
  4. I have decided to buckle down on working on my CCIE DC. I realized a lot of it is dealing with the current Nexus 7000 platform. Right now I am involved with Cisco, and they are really pushing the Nexus 9000 platform. At what point will the test reflect the Nexus 9000 platform as well as technologies like VXLAN and ACI/SDN? Is there a road map to what will be on the next test? Or when the curriculum will be updated? I would hate to finish my CCIE Written and find out the test will be invalid within 6 months after completing it. Thoughts?
  5. torrent link for epub and azw3 . 30M. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  6. Hi, Many threads asking about Using Trill books published by cisco Well here is all you need Mobi version with STUDIviewer Free & Offering PDF also [Hidden Content] Enjoy...
  7. Please share the below Webinar. We had a group buy 3 months ago. Many Thanks To the Donors. The webinar covers the following topics: The overview of VXLAN technology; Multicast-based VXLAN and its hypervisor-based implementations; Proprietary VXLAN control plane solutions; Standard scale-out VXLAN-based architectures using OVSDB and EVPN; VXLAN gateways and their integration with VXLAN controllers; VXLAN as transport method in data center fabrics. [/url] VXLAN TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW This section describes the VXLAN architectural model, packet formats and forwarding principles, including the use of IP multicast to emulate layer-2 flooding. The design guidelines presented in this section will help you integrate VXLAN-based virtual networking solutions with large-scale IP-based data center networks. MULTICAST-BASED VXLAN Initial VXLAN implementations used IP multicast to establish MAC-to-VTEP mappings in hypervisor virtual switches. This section describes the technical details of multicast-based VXLAN and two hypervisor-based implementations: Cisco’s Nexus 1000V and native vSphere 5.1 implementation included in vCloud Networking and Security (vCNS) group of products. PROPRIETARY VXLAN CONTROL PLANES Virtualization vendors quickly realized that they cannot sell a solution that depends so heavily on IP multicast, and started implementing proprietary control-plane solutions that replaced multicast-based flooding with hypervisor-based packet replication, and dynamic MAC learning with control-plane information gathering. This section describes three typical proprietary control-plane architectures: Cisco Nexus 1000V, VMware NSX for Multiple Hypervisors and VMware NSX for vSphere. STANDARDIZED SCALE-OUT VXLAN SOLUTIONS This section describes EVPN-based approaches that allow network designers to build scale-out VXLAN-based architectures. The implementations mentioned in this section include Cisco Nexus 1000V, Nuage VSP and Juniper Contrail. VXLAN GATEWAYS VXLAN segments are completely isolated from the rest of the network. You need gateway functionality if you want to link a VXLAN segment with a traditional VLAN or insert network services (routing, firewalling or load balancing) between a VXLAN segment and the rest of the network. This section lists most common gateway solutions, from VM-based products (example: vShield Edge or vASA) to hardware gateways (Arista 7150, Cisco Nexus 9300, Brocade VDX 6740), and describes various design scenarios that you can use to implement large-scale multi-tenant private- or public cloud solutions. VXLAN USE IN DATA CENTER FABRICS One could use Arista’s VXLAN implementation to build large-scale layer-2 data center fabrics. VXLAN is also a fundamental building block of Cisco’s ACI architecture. This section will describe the approaches network hardware vendors use to build overlay data center fabrics with their hardware VXLAN gateways. If part of your daily job includes VMware network connectivity, OpenStack or IaaS infrastructure, be it on the server or networking side, you simply have to attend this webinar, regardless of whether you’re a network architect, network designer, or an implementation guru. This webinar assumes familiarity with virtual networking concepts and VMware networking solutions, and basic understanding of IP routing and IP multicast. Watching Cloud Networking and Overlay Virtual Networking before attending this webinar will also help you better understand the technical details. Ivan Pepelnjak (CCIE#1354 Emeritus) has been designing, deploying, operating and troubleshooting IP-based enterprise and service provider networks since 1990. He’s the author of EIGRP and MPLS books published by Cisco Press, numerous articles and highly praised webinars, including Data Center 3.0 for Networking Engineers, VMware Networking Deep Dive andCloud Computing Networking. His blog, where you'll find numerous data center- and virtualization-relatedarticles, is usually considered one of the best technology-focused internetworking blogs. More about Ivan Pepelnjak
  8. Does anyone have the PDF files for the DC lessons topics. Please do share the links. Thanks in advance
  9. For those who may not know... Two books by Dinesh Dutt (Ex-Chief Scientist at Cumulus Networks): "BGP in the Data Center" (2017) and "EVPN in the Data Center" (2018). Published by O'Reilly and Cumulus and available behind the regwall. These books are full of theory of using eBGP as IGP protocol for underlay networks and EVPN control plane with VXLAN in Leaf and Spine DC environment. In my opinion they are quite complimentary for those who read Cisco Press book "Building Data Centers with VXLAN BGP EVPN". Configuration samples provided using open source FRR(Free Range Router). Just good to read anyway. [Hidden Content]
  10. Guys, find below single mega link with latest INE CCIE DC v2 Programmable Fabric with VXLAN Complete Videos collection. Enjoy the videos & Happy Labbing [Hidden Content]
  11. Hi Folks, Can anyone share INE vedios of Programmable Fabric with Vxlan [Hidden Content] cheers youjust
  12. Hi Guys, I'm looking for this course, if anyone has it please share the link if possible. ------------------> [Hidden Content] Thanks
  13. Dears, Appreiciate someone can share the available download links about below live sessions? Thanks [Hidden Content]
  14. Hi guys, anyone able to share INE CCIE Data Center v2 :: Cisco Programmable Fabric with VXLAN videos ?
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