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Accelerated HP Access Layer Network Technologies, Rev. 11.31 (HL042)

This accelerated course covers HP A-Series and E-Series in just one week.

This course combines the HP Access Layer Network Technologies Using Comware Software and HP Access Layer Network Technologies Using ProVision Software courses. You will be introduced to the technologies and products in the HP A-Series line of routers and switches.

You will cover the HP E-Series switches, wireless access points, controllers, and the technologies needed to begin configuring and managing these products. You will also be introduced to IPv6 and HP ProCurve Manager Plus (PCM+), the network management platform for the E-Series products.

What You'll Learn

  • Perform basic configuration and switch setup on HP switches
  • Configure Layer 2 technologies such as STP, Link Aggregation, and VLANs on HP A and E-Series switches
  • Configure basic IP Routing like static routing and RIP on HP A and E-Series switches
  • Configure IRF on HP switches
  • Provide mobility solutions to SMBs with the ProVision wireless products
  • Manage and monitor SMB networks with HP PCM+ network management

Who Needs to Attend

IT professionals who deploy SMB solutions based on HP technologies, including HP reseller systems engineers, customer IT staff, HP system engineers, and HP services field and call center support engineers


  • Getting Started with HP Wireless Networks
  • ProCurve Networking Primer (Recommended for students new to the networking industry)

Follow-On Courses

  • HP Core/Distribution Network Technologies Using ProVision Software, Rev. 10.41 (HK741)
  • HP Core/Distribution Network Technologies Using Comware Software, Rev. 11.41 (HK742)

Course Outline


1. Product Overview

  • HP A-Series portfolio
  • A-Series campus switch portfolio
  • A-Series router portfolio

2. Basic Configuration of A-Series Devices

  • Management interfaces
  • Console cable
  • Using the console port
  • Authentication modes
  • CLI command privilege levels
  • Configure console access
  • Configure Telnet access
  • Configure SSH access
  • Views (contexts) structure
  • Views in the CLI
  • A-Series CTRL
  • Saving and deleting working configurations
  • Common upgrade methods
  • A-MSR router upgrade in FTP mode
  • Boot menu: File control
  • Initial system configuration
  • Useful command reference

3. Configuring VLANs and Link Aggregation

  • Configuring switch ports
  • Display port status
  • VLANs
  • Switch VLAN port types
  • VLAN configuration: Sample setup
  • Creating VLANs
  • List VLANs
  • Defining access ports
  • Defining multiple access ports
  • Creating hybrid ports for IP phones
  • List hybrid ports
  • Defining uplinks as trunk ports
  • VLAN configuration on distribution switch
  • Define IP addresses on distribution switch
  • Link aggregation
  • Static link aggregation
  • An aggregated link is a virtual port
  • Dynamic link aggregation
  • Outbound load sharing mode
  • Display status of link aggregation

4. Configuring Spanning Tree

  • STP support
  • STP vs. RSTP/MSTP port roles
  • MSTP/RSTP port roles and states
  • Typical configuration with MSTP
  • What happens if MSTP region configuration is wrong
  • MSTP configuration steps
    • Steps 1 and 2: Enable MSTP and configure MSTP region
    • Step 3: Define root and secondary root of MSTP instances
    • Step 4: Define edge and non-edge ports
    • Step 5: Enhance STP
  • STP between MSTP regions

5. Implementing IRF

  • Advantages of IRF
  • IRF specifications
  • Basic IRF concepts
  • High availability
  • IRF application scenario
    • Increasing port density
    • Expanding system processing capabilities
    • Expanding bandwidth
  • How IRF simplifies networks
  • Advantages of this topology
  • IRF master election
  • Member IDs
  • Configuration files
  • Configuration steps
  • IRF display commands

6. Routing Basics and RIP

  • IP routes sources preferences
  • Static routes
  • RIP
  • Split horizon
  • RIP configuration
    • Verification


1. Basic Switch Setup

  • HP E8212 zl switch
  • HP E5406 zl switch
  • Port names on E8200 zl and E5400 zl switches
  • HP E3500-24G-PoE yl switch
  • Interfaces for initial configuration
  • HP E-Series switch CLI: Facilitator demonstration
  • Verifying connectivity
  • Using LLDP to learn about neighboring switches
  • SMB scenario for lab activities

2. Managing Switch Software and Configuration Files

  • Software image architecture
  • Viewing software versions
  • Installing a new image from a USB drive
  • Configuration file architecture
  • Two ways to erase the startup configuration
  • Backing up and restoring configuration files using a USB drive
  • Managing multiple configuration files
    • Using a different configuration file
  • Displaying events in the system log
  • Port status and counters

3. Configuring VLANs and IP Services

  • VLANs on each switch
  • Steps to configure VLANs
  • Steps to configure IP interfaces on router
  • Commands to confirm VLAN and IP interface configuration
  • Configuring IP services
    • DHCP
    • Syslog
    • SNTP
    • DNS
    • Back up to TFTP server
  • Copying command output to a TFTP server
    • Using show tech
  • Exploring remote management
  • Troubleshooting connectivity
    • Tools
    • Commands
    • Process

4. Configuring Device Access Security

  • Management users
  • Local or remote authentication
  • Configuring passwords on the switch (local)
  • Remote authentication
    • Advantages and disadvantages
    • Access level
    • Method of authentication
    • Authentication server settings on the switch
  • Disable the Clear and Reset buttons
    • Password recovery
    • Disable USB Port
  • Save security settings in configuration files
    • Include credentials command
  • Limit managers by IP address
  • Secure management VLAN
  • Enabling SSH
  • Disabling Telnet
  • Configuring SSL
    • Disabling HTTP
  • Configuring STFP
  • SNMP overview
    • SNMP reference
  • Configure SNMPv2c
  • Enable SNMPv3 and create a username
  • Assign the username to an SNMPv3 group

5. Configuring Link Aggregation

  • Configuring port trunking
    • Choosing a trunking protocol
    • HP E-Series trunking support
  • How port trunking affects VLAN membership
  • Viewing trunk status
  • Examining load sharing

6. Configuring Spanning Tree

  • Steps in single-instance configuration
  • Setting Bridge Priority
  • Enabling Spanning Tree
  • Spanning Tree details for Root Bridge
  • Spanning Tree details for non-Root Bridge
  • Steps in MSTP configuration
  • MST configuration parameters
  • Bridge Priority for MST instances
    • Viewing MST configuration
  • MSTP enhancement in E-Series switches
  • Viewing MST instance forwarding paths
  • Troubleshooting MSTP

7. Configuring IP Routing

  • Configuring static routes
  • Using Wireshark
  • Dynamic routing
  • Types of dynamic routing protocols
    • HP E-Series support
  • RIP and OSPF comparison
  • RIP update example
    • Split horizon and poison reverse
  • Redistributing routes
  • Implementing RIP
    • RIP versions
  • Enabling RIP on Router_1 and Router_2
  • Options for show ip rip
  • show ip rip for Router_1
  • show ip route for Router_1

8. Providing Mobility to SMBs

  • Assess the mobility solution requirements
    • Scenario
  • Configuring PoE
    • Other uses for PoE
  • Accessing a new HP E-MSM AP
    • Direct connection at the default IP address
    • Indirect connection at the default IP address
    • Indirect connection at a DHCP-assigned IP address
    • Logging in to the web browser interface
  • Converting the HP E-MSM AP to standalone mode
  • Completing the HP E-MSM AP initial configuration
  • Configuring VLANs
  • Creating a VSC

9. Managing and Monitoring SMB Networks with HP PCM

  • Why use PCM+
  • What PCM+ is
  • PCM+ vs. PCM features
    • Discovery
    • Device management
    • Monitoring, analysis, and troubleshooting
  • PCM+ plug-ins
    • HP Mobility Manager 3.0
    • Identity Driven Management (IDM) 3.0
    • Network Immunity Manager (NIM) 2.0
  • PCM+ architecture
  • Maximum supported devices
  • Use model
  • Installation requirements
  • Installing the PCM+ server
    • Installation considerations
  • Installing remote PCM+ agents
    • Run the installation
  • Installing remote PCM+ clients
    • Open firewalls and install the PCM+ client
    • Allow the client to access the server
    • Allow a client without a fixed IP address to access the server
  • Logging in to PCM+
  • Monitor and manage devices
    • Navigate the interface
    • View device status
    • Manage devices
  • PCM+ device discovery
  • PCM+ discovery methods
    • Neighbor discovery
    • ARP discovery
    • Ping sweep
    • Device attribute discovery
    • Discovered devices
  • Configuring discovery settings
  • Managing PCM+ users

10. Introduction to Network Design

  • Name that device!
  • HP E-Series product matrix
  • Key differentiator: Scalability
  • Key design feature: 10-GbE connectivity
  • Network design examples


A Series

Lab 1: Initial Router and Switch Configuration

Lab 2: VLANs and Link Aggregation

Lab 3: Spanning Tree

Lab 4: Configuring IRF (Optional)

LLab 5: RIP

E Series

Lab 1: Basic Switch Setup

Lab 2: Managing Switch Software Images and Configuration Files

Lab 3: Configuring User VLANs and IP Services

Lab 4: Securing Management Access

Lab 5: Configuring Link Aggregation

Lab 6: Configuring Single-Instance Spanning Tree

Lab 7: Configuring Multiple Spanning Tree (MSTP)

Lab 8: Configuring IP Static Routing

Lab 9: Configuring Dynamic IP Routing with RIP

Lab 10: Providing Mobility for SMBs

Lab 11: Getting Started with HP PCM+

Group Activity: Designing Networks with HP E-Series Switches

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