The Cisco ASR 9000 Series IOS XR 64-Bit Software Migration and Operational Enhancements course covers the migration from classic 32-bit Cisco IOS XR software to Cisco IOS XR 64-Bit software on the Cisco ASR 9000 Series Aggregation Services Routers. You will examine the software architecture, boot process, and auto-provisioning of the Cisco IOS XR 64-bit software and learn how to install Cisco IOS XR and third-party software packages. Data models are investigated and the implementation of telemetry, model-driven programmability, and application hosting services are explored.
Individuals who need to understand how to migrate an ASR 9000 Series router from classic Cisco IOS XR software to Cisco IOS XR 64-Bit software
After completing this course you should be able to:
Describe the Cisco IOS XR 64-Bit software architecture and Linux system fundamentals
Describe the major differences between classic Cisco IOS XR software and Cisco IOS XR 64-Bit software on the ASR 9000 Series routers
Migrate an ASR 9000 Series router from classic IOS XR software to Cisco IOS XR 64-Bit software
Perform and explain Cisco IOS XR 64-Bit software installations
Configure and describe Cisco IOS XR 64-Bit software features
Attendees should meet the following prerequisites:
Familiarity with implementing routing protocols on Cisco IOS XR software-based network devices
Experience working with Cisco IOS XR Command-Line Interface (CLI)-based network devices
Completion of the Introduction to IOS XR (IOSXR100) and Cisco Aggregation Services Router 9000 Series Essentials (ASR9KE) courses.
Software Architecture and Linux Fundamentals
Cisco IOS XR 64-Bit Software Fundamentals
Cisco ASR 9000 Series IOS XR 64-Bit Software vs. Classic 32-Bit Software
Exploring Linux Fundamentals
Creating User Profiles
Cisco IOS XR 64-Bit Software Installation
Examining Resource Allocations and Media Mappings
Migrating to Cisco IOS XR 64-Bit Software
Examining the Boot Process
Performing Disaster Recovery
Installing Software Packages
Cisco IOS XR 64-Bit Software Features
Investigating Data Models
Exploring Model-Driven Programmability
Employing Application Hosting
Using Basic Linux Commands and Creating User Profiles
Installation of Cisco IOS XR Packages
Configuring Model-Driven Telemetry
Configuring Devices by Using Model-Driven Programmability
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