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Module 2: Defining VLANs

2.1 Implementing Best Practices for VLAN Topologies
2.1.1 Describing Issues in a Poorly Designed Network
2.1.2 Grouping Business Functions into VLANs
2.1.3 Describing Interconnection Technologies
2.1.4 Determining Equipment and Cabling Needs
2.1.5 Considering Traffic Source to Destination Paths
2.1.6 Describing End-to-End VLANs
2.1.7 Describing Local VLANs
2.1.8 Benefits of Local VLANs in Enterprise Campus Networ
2.1.9 Mapping VLANs in a Hierarchical Network
2.2 Implementing VLANs
2.2.1 VLAN Configuration Modes
2.2.2 Explaining VLAN Access Ports
2.2.3 Describing VLAN Implementation Commands
2.2.4 Implementing a VLAN
2.3 Implementing Trunks
2.3.1 Explaining VLAN Trunks
2.3.2 Describing ISL Trunking
2.3.3 Describing 802.1Q Trunking
2.3.4 Explaining 802.1Q Native VLANs
2.3.5 Explaining VLAN Ranges
2.3.6 Describing Trunking Configuration Commands
2.3.7 Configuring Trunking
2.4 Propagating VLAN Configurations with VLAN Trunking
2.4.1 Explaining VTP Domains
2.4.2 Describing VTP
2.4.3 VTP Modes
2.4.4 Describing VTP Pruning
2.4.5 Describing VTP Operation
2.4.6 Describing VTP Configuration Command
2.4.7 Configuring a VTP Management Domain
2.4.8 Adding New Switches to an Existing VTP Domain
2.5 Correcting Common VLAN Configuration Errors
2.5.1 Describing Issues with 802.1Q Native VLANs
2.5.2 Resolving Issues with 802.1Q Native VLANs
2.5.3 Describing Trunk Link Problems
2.5.4 Resolving Trunk Link Problems
2.5.5 Common Problems with VTP Configuration
2.5.6 Best Practice for VTP Configuration
2.6 VLAN Lab Exercises
2.6.1 Lab 2-0 Clearing a Switch
2.6.2 Lab 2-1 Catalyst 2960 and 3560 Series Static VLANS, VLAN Trunking, and VTP Domain and Modes
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