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This book introduces you to Nortel's Ethernet Routing Switch (ERS) platforms, including ERS 8600, ERS 8300, ERS 5500, ERS 4500, and ERS 2500. This book is divided into two parts; each will help you prepare for a Nortel Professional Certification exam. The first part of this book introduces the Nortel Converged Campus Architecture. Three standard...
This book introduces you to Nortel's Ethernet Routing Switch (ERS) platforms, including ERS 8600, ERS 8300, ERS 5500, ERS 4500, and ERS 2500. This book is divided into two parts; each will help you prepare for a Nortel Professional Certification exam. The first part of this book introduces the Nortel Converged Campus Architecture. Three standard designs, encompassing different sizing and feature requirements, are discussed in detail. For each design, you will learn the ERS product placement and the Nortel recommended best practices. You will be introduced to the latest features of the ERS 8600 5.0 software, including network virtualization, Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS), and the IPVPN solution. In addition, you'll learn how the ERS 8300 4.1 software expands its capability as a core switch by adding Routed Split MultiLink Trunking (RSMLT). You will learn how these latest features of ERS Campus core products compliment and extend your network design solutions. Detailed discussion of the underlying ERS technologies that provide performance, scalability, quality of service (QoS), and resilience are also included. This part can also help you gain the necessary knowledge to design small, medium, and large converged campus solutions following the Nortel best practices design recommendations. The first part of this book will help prepare you for the Nortel Certified Design Specialist (NCDS) Nortel Converged Campus ERS Solution (920-220) Nortel Professional Certification exam. The second part of the book builds upon part one and explores the installation process for Nortel ERS, including licensing and Power over Ethernet (PoE) configurations. This part discusses the processes involved in the implementation of Nortel's small, medium, and large converged campus solutions. Hardware resiliency, power considerations, and physical links are discussed along with Ethernet switching technologies, including link detection/protection, link resiliency, Layer 2 and Layer 3 security, Layer 3 routing, and QoS. Both part one and part two of this book will help prepare you for the Nortel Certified Support Specialist (NCSS) Nortel Converged Campus ERS Installation & Configuration (920-221) Nortel Professional Certification exam. Key Topics covered: -Converged Network Architecture -Nortel Ethernet Routing Switch Portfolio -Layer 1 Physical Media Types and Power over Ethernet -Designing Virtual Local Area Networks and Layer 2 Considerations -Designing a Layer 3 Routed Network -Link Aggregation -Nortel Split MultLink Trunking -Layer 3 Redundancy: Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol and Routed Split MultLink Trunking -Quality of Service for the Enterprise -Designing for IP Multicasting -Converged Campus Solution Design Overview -Converged Campus Ethernet Routing Switch Solutions -ERS 8600, 8300, 5500, 4500 and 2500 Installation and Configuration -Small, Medium and Large Campus Core Solution -Small, Medium and Large Campus Edge Solution
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