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Content Services Switch Operation and Configuration _CSSOC_ by pengxiang

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									Content Services Switch Operation and Configuration (CSSOC)

Requisitos previos

The course requires basic understanding of TCP/IP, HTTP, IP Routing, DNS and
network design/configuration.

Contenido del curso

The Content Services Switch Operation and Configuration course provides customers
with essential knowledge required for deploying content switching networks and layer
4-7 switching applications. The four-day operation and configuration class provides
customers with intensive hands-on training using Cisco 11500 Series Content Services
Switch and Content Switching Module for Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series Switch. This
course is intended for a technical audience involved in the installation, configuration
and maintenance of content switching products. Customized training is available to
emphasize the specific requirements of the customer's network and business demands.
The course is delivered in a balance of lectures, hands-on labs, and white board
discussions.

Objetivos del curso

After completing this course the student should be able to:

      Describe content switching and the challenges in optimizing web response time
       and availability.
      Describe the Cisco CSS 11500 and CSM product architecture.
      Configure a content switch for layer3 and layer 4 server load balancing.
      Configure a content switch layer5 content switching operation and client
       persistence.
      Configure a content domain that provides global load balancing of content
       between peering switches.
      Describe and configure content smart caching for proxy, transparent and reverse
       proxy cache networks.
      Manage the content switch by configuring the SNMP agent that responds to
       SNMP set, and get requests and sends trap messages and define RMON events
       and alarms.
      Increase the security of content switches by configuring and using SSH,
       TACACS+, Access Control Lists, and monitoring DoS detections
      Describe the booting sequence of the content switches, including how to
       upgrade the content switches to newer images.

Esquema del curso

      Cisco Content Switching Product Overview
      CLI and Initial Configuration
      Services
      Owners and Content Rules
      Load Balancing

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      Domain Name Services and Global Server Load Balancing
      VIP and Interface Redundancy
      Adaptive Session Redundancy
      SSL Basics
      SSL Advanced: Backend SSL and URL Rewrite
      CSM CLI, Basic Functions and Configuration
      CSM Network Design

Audiencia de este curso

      Channel Partners/Resellers, Customers




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