Cisco

Overlay Transport Virtualization (OTV) On NX-OS

Brian McGahan
Brian McGahan
CCIEx4 #8593, CCDE #2013::13

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Course Description
Join the world’s most highly respected and experienced team of CCIE instructors for 3+ hours of comprehensive Data Center v2 video training. This online course is taught by Brian McGahan, CCIEx4 #8593 (Routing & Switching, Data Center, Security, Service Provider), CCDE #2013::13 (Design). Follow along as Brian explains and demonstrates the technologies related to Cisco’s Nexus Switching - OTV, and how it fits into Cisco’s modern Data Center v2 design. This course is part of the CCIE Data Center v2 Bundle.
  • Course
    • OTV Course Overview
      • Course Introduction
      • Why Use OTV?
      • OTV vs Other DCIs
      • How OTV Works
      • OTV Terminology
      • OTV Control Pane
      • OTV Data Plane & Adjacency Server
    • Configuring OTV
      • OTV Prerequisites
      • OTV Order of Operations
      • Verifying OTV
      • Common OTV Verifications
    • OTV with Multicast Transport
      • OTV with Multicast Transport :: Part 1
      • OTV with Multicast Transport :: Part 2
      • OTV with Multicast Transport :: Part 3
      • OTV with Multicast Transport :: Part 4
      • OTV with Multicast Transport :: Part 5
    • OTV with Unicast Transport
      • OTV with Unicast Transport :: Adjacency Server Topology
      • OTV with Unicast Transport :: Adjacency Server Configuration
    • OTV High Availability
      • OTV HA Considerations & AED Node High Availability
      • Recovering from AED Node Failure
      • Tuning AED Node Failure Detection
      • Layer 3 Multicast HA for AEDs & Adjacency Server HA
    • OTV & First Hop Redundancy Protocols (FHRP) Localization
      • OTV & First Hop Redundancy Protocols (FHRP) Localization :: Part 1
      • OTV & First Hop Redundancy Protocols (FHRP) Localization :: Part 2
      • OTV & First Hop Redundancy Protocols (FHRP) Localization :: Part 3
    • Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP)
      • Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP) :: Overview
      • What Is LISP?
      • Why LISP?
      • LISP Terminology
    • Implementing LISP on Cisco NX-OS
      • Implementing LISP on Cisco NX-OS :: Part 1
      • Implementing LISP on Cisco NX-OS :: Part 2
      • Implementing LISP on Cisco NX-OS :: Part 3
      • Implementing LISP on Cisco NX-OS :: Part 4
    • ACI to VXLAN BGP EVPN Over OTV with LISP Mobility
      • ACI to VXLAN BGP EVPN Over OTV with LISP Mobility :: Part 1
      • ACI to VXLAN BGP EVPN Over OTV with LISP Mobility :: Part 2
      • ACI to VXLAN BGP EVPN Over OTV with LISP Mobility :: Part 3
Course Outline:
  • Course
    • OTV Course Overview
      • Course Introduction
      • Why Use OTV?
      • OTV vs Other DCIs
      • How OTV Works
      • OTV Terminology
      • OTV Control Pane
      • OTV Data Plane & Adjacency Server
    • Configuring OTV
      • OTV Prerequisites
      • OTV Order of Operations
      • Verifying OTV
      • Common OTV Verifications
    • OTV with Multicast Transport
      • OTV with Multicast Transport :: Part 1
      • OTV with Multicast Transport :: Part 2
      • OTV with Multicast Transport :: Part 3
      • OTV with Multicast Transport :: Part 4
      • OTV with Multicast Transport :: Part 5
    • OTV with Unicast Transport
      • OTV with Unicast Transport :: Adjacency Server Topology
      • OTV with Unicast Transport :: Adjacency Server Configuration
    • OTV High Availability
      • OTV HA Considerations & AED Node High Availability
      • Recovering from AED Node Failure
      • Tuning AED Node Failure Detection
      • Layer 3 Multicast HA for AEDs & Adjacency Server HA
    • OTV & First Hop Redundancy Protocols (FHRP) Localization
      • OTV & First Hop Redundancy Protocols (FHRP) Localization :: Part 1
      • OTV & First Hop Redundancy Protocols (FHRP) Localization :: Part 2
      • OTV & First Hop Redundancy Protocols (FHRP) Localization :: Part 3
    • Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP)
      • Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP) :: Overview
      • What Is LISP?
      • Why LISP?
      • LISP Terminology
    • Implementing LISP on Cisco NX-OS
      • Implementing LISP on Cisco NX-OS :: Part 1
      • Implementing LISP on Cisco NX-OS :: Part 2
      • Implementing LISP on Cisco NX-OS :: Part 3
      • Implementing LISP on Cisco NX-OS :: Part 4
    • ACI to VXLAN BGP EVPN Over OTV with LISP Mobility
      • ACI to VXLAN BGP EVPN Over OTV with LISP Mobility :: Part 1
      • ACI to VXLAN BGP EVPN Over OTV with LISP Mobility :: Part 2
      • ACI to VXLAN BGP EVPN Over OTV with LISP Mobility :: Part 3