Classic data centers integrate many different components from many different environments, creating a very complex and decentralized approach to troubleshooting application deployment. Just as ACI allows for centralized management focused on application needs, you can troubleshoot your ACI Fabric from a centralized location with the requirements of the application in mind. This two-day course will introduce you to common ACI troubleshooting practices. You will use the ACI GUI and show commands in the CLI to identify faults. You will troubleshoot FA policies, app profiles, VMM domains, L3 OUT, and contracts, as well as analyze health scores to determine the current condition of the Fabric. You will be able to identify faults and determine current condition of faults in order to determine the appropriate next step. ??
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After completing this course you should be able to troubleshoot:
VMM domain integrations
OSPF interface policy
OSPF neighbor relationship
Contracts between tenants
Attendees should meet the following prerequisites:
Attended ICND1 or have equivalent knowledge
Server virtualisation knowledge
Attended Introduction to Cisco ACI (INTCACI )
Module 1: Discover and verify the current configured Fabric
Verify the configured ACI Fabric.
Module 2: Troubleshoot Fabric access policy
Troubleshoot interface policies.
Troubleshoot switch profiles.
Module 3: Troubleshoot application profile
Troubleshoot bridge domains.
Module 4: Troubleshoot VMM domains
Troubleshoot Vswitch policies
Troubleshoot VMM domain integrations
Troubleshoot VLAN pools
Troubleshoot VM connectivity
Module 5: Troubleshoot L2 OUT
Troubleshoot static path bindings.
Troubleshoot physical domains.
Troubleshoot VMM domains..
Module 6: Troubleshoot L3 OUT
Troubleshoot the OSPF interface policy.
Troubleshoot OSPF neighbor relationships.
Troubleshoot subnet advertisement.
Module 7: Troubleshooting contracts
Troubleshoot protocol filters.
Troubleshoot contracts between tenants.
Module 8: wrap-up lab
Identify failure points.
Where would you go in the GUI or CLI to troubleshoot?
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