What you would learn in How Networks Really Work LiveLessons course?
A network system can include hosts, virtual hosts, and routers. It also includes routing protocols, discovery protocols, routing protocols, and other elements. Each protocol and each device, whether virtual or physical, is usually considered an independent thing. It is uncommon to think of all these components as a part of a system that carries traffic through a network. This video course demonstrates how all of these parts work together to create a complete system. It includes a series of walkthroughs showing the processing involved in different network events and how control planes use them to build the information necessary to transport traffic through a network. Russ White, an internetworking expert, draws on his years of experience building large-scale networks for companies like Cisco, Linked In, and Juniper. He will share a proven method that will help you understand how networking technologies work. This course will help you understand the problems and why they are being solved. It also explains how solutions relate to each other. This valuable information will help you understand the pros and cons of common solutions and protocols. It will also allow you to make better decisions about how to implement them.
This course starts with discovering what information a host requires to send traffic and then the forwarding process within the network device. Although the first walkthrough is straightforward, it will increase in complexity until traffic is carried in an overlay via a hardware-optimized forwarding plan is explained. The four main problems that a control plane must address will be explained along with common solutions. Once the basics are covered, advanced situations such as network resilience and fast routing techniques will be discussed.
Learn about the challenges and solutions involved in transporting packets over networks.
Routing protocol basics
Examples of control planes and convergence
Control plane resilience
1 How Networks Really Work – Introduction 2 Learning objectives 3 Host Traffic 4 One Hop IPv4 5 One Hop IPv6 6 Switching Process 7 Tunnels 8 MPLS 9 Segment Routing 10 Host Packet Path 11 VxLAN VPLS Packet Path Example 12 eVPN Packet Path Example 13 DNS 14 TLS 15 Learning objectives 16 Loop-Free Paths 17 Distance-Vector 18 Dijkstra 1 19 Dijkstra 2 20 Dijkstra 3 21 Control Plane Distribution 22 Learning objectives 23 Basic Theory 24 Abstraction in Routing 25 Leaky Abstractions 26 Fate Sharing 27 Learning objectives 28 IS-IS on Point-to-Point Links 29 IS-IS on Multiaccess Links 30 IS-IS Aggregation 31 BGP Loop-Free Paths 32 BGP Intra-AS Models 33 Four Things Review 34 Learning objectives 35 Convergence Basics 36 IS-IS Convergence 37 IS-IS Convergence With Flooding Domains 38 BGP Convergence–Part 1 39 BGP Convergence–Part 2 40 Learning objectives 41 Convergence Steps 42 Resilience Theory 43 Redundancy 44 Fast Hellos 45 BGP Resilience 46 Link State Resilience 47 Graceful Restart 48 Loop-Free Alternate 49 How Networks Really Work – Summary
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