A hands on course covering the product specifics of HP ProCurve switches. Installation, configuration, maintenance and troubleshooting are all covered in a practical oriented way
Anyone working with HP ProCurve switches. Particularly aimed at engineers and technicians supporting HP ProCurve switches
How Ethernet works with hubs and switches. Installing HP ProCurve switches. Hands on: Building a network with a hub, building a network with a HP ProCurve switch
The HP ProCurve switch range, LEDs, cabling issues, system resets, default settings. Hands on: Building a network with multiple HP ProCurve switches
Console port access menus, CLI, telnet, web based access, SNMP, saving configurations, NVRAM, switch stacks. Hands on: Console access, IP address configuration, telnet
Privilege levels, passwords, the menus, menu options, online help, CLI commands, show, basic troubleshooting. Hands on: Setting a password, displaying the switch configuration, status and counters. The configuration editor, command types, enable, secret and other passwords. Hands on: CLI configuration
HP Toptools, Web access, basic format, Getting started. Hands on: Web based configuration
Common port configuration tasks, port aggregation, Hands on: Configuring ports
What is STP? Configuring STP. Hands on: Enabling and disabling STP, configuring STP
What are VLANS? 802.1Q, tagged/untagged, creating VLANS, applying VLANS. Hands on: Setting up VLANS, setting up 802.1Q, Inter VLAN traffic
TFTP, software upgrades, downloading configurations. Hands on: Software upgrade, downloading a configuration
SNMP configuration, HP OpenView. Hands on: Using SNMP to manage a HP ProCurve switch, putting it all together: troubleshooting
If you need training for 3 or more people, you should ask us about onsite training. Putting aside the obvious location benefit, content can be customised to better meet your business objectives and more can be covered than in a public classroom. It's a cost effective option.
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