Virtual Routing and Forwarding is an excerpt from NX-OS Configuration Fundamentals LiveLessons Video Course: http://www.ciscopress.com/store/nx-os-configuration-fundamentals-livelessons-9781587205644
11+ Hours of video instruction
More than 11 hours of video instruction on NX-OS technologies and configuration, including Layer 2 and Layer 3, Multicast, Security, LISP, MPLS, United Fabric and more.
NX-OS Configuration Fundamentals LiveLessons is a unique video product that provides a solid understanding of NX-OS technologies across five product families. The video lessons guide the viewer from an introduction to the product families and operating system, through Layer 2 and 3 capabilities, before delving into multicast and security. Next, the lessons examine high availability, unique embedded serviceability features, Unified Fabric, and the Nexus 1000v. The final lessons cover QoS, Overlay Transport Virtualization (OTV), Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS), and Locator ID Separator Protocol (LISP).
NX-OS Configuration Fundamentals LiveLessons contains 13 individual video lessons, divided into 94 sub-lessons, for a total of nearly 12 hours of instruction. The videos consist of audio instruction, animations, and video screencasts. Each video lab presents detailed objectives, lab diagrams, and video captures. Audio instruction throughout offers detailed explanations, tips, and configuration verifications.
The 13 video lessons cover the following topics:
--Lesson 1: Introduction to NX-OS
--Lesson 2: Layer 2 Support and Configuration
--Lesson 3: Layer 3 Support and Configuration
--Lesson 4: NX-OS Multicast
--Lesson 5: NX-OS Security
--Lesson 6: High Availability
--Lesson 7: Embedded Services
--Lesson 8: Unified Fabric
--Lesson 9: Nexus 1000v
--Lesson 10: Quality of Service (QoS)
--Lesson 11: Overlay Transport Virtualization (OTV)
--Lesson 12: Layer 3 Virtualization and MPLS
--Lesson 13: Locator ID Separator Protocol (LISP)
What You Will Learn
--Layer 2 and Layer 3 Support and Configuration
--Quality of Service
--Overlay Transport Virtualization (OTV)
--Layer 3 Virtualization and MPLS
--Locator ID Separator Protocol (LISP)
Who Should Take This Course
Primary audience: The target audience for this book is the network engineer or operator.
Secondary audience: Help desk analysts or network administrators as well as data center certification candidates. The students should be intermediate to expert level.
These LiveLessons assume common knowledge of Cisco IOS and network switching and routing theory. The typical student should have at least a CCNP certification and should be responsible for configuration and day-to-day operations of enterprise-level data center switches. The student could also be responsible for planning the interconnect strategy for data center devices.