INE – Implementing Inter-Vlan Routing
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Category: Cisco E-learning Networking
Most companies utilize switches in their networks because they need the implementation of VLANs to isolate broadcast domains. But unless you want those broadcast domains/VLANs to be completely isolated from all other networks you will need to utilize some form of inter-VLAN routing. This course, taught by INE instructor Keith Bogart, will teach you about the two most popular ways of implementing inter-VLAN routing in your network…"Router-On-A-Stick", and using "Switched Virtual Interfaces". Through a combination of lecture and hands-on demonstrations you will learn about these two popular techniques, their "pros and cons" as well as common mistakes people make when implementing these methods.
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