Brocade Course

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This training course provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to help them become proficient with Brocade Gen 6 and Gen 5 Fibre Channel products and Fabric OS v8.0.1 features.


Each participant will leave with a recognised certificate


  • Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
  • Identify the SAN Brocade product line and physical Layer SAN components, including Brocade 16 and 32 Gbps hardware
  • Describe and implement features related to Fabric OS v8.0.1.
  • Install, configure, and verify Brocade switch functionality
  • Perform maintenance tasks that include downloading firmware, validating firmware download, and backing up switch configurations
  • Discuss Fibre Channel concepts
  • Configure, verify, administer, and describe Brocade zoning
  • Configure the Monitoring Alerting Policy Suite (MAPS) feature
  • Describe Layer 2 fabric routing and trunking functionality
  • Discuss distance solutions
  • Perform basic troubleshooting processes and use Brocade error messages, commands, and diagnostics
  • Identify management tools used to manage Brocade fabrics, such as Brocade Network Advisor, Web Tools, and the CLI

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