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RS0124 - SDA Fabric Inter-VRF and External Connection (Part 4)

The video shows you how to configure external connection to an SDA fabric on Cisco DNAC. We will spend time configuring a fusion router device to BGP peer with a Border node for each VN. Appropriate route leaking will be performed to provide desired inter-VN connectivity. 
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RS0124 - SDA Fabric Inter-VRF and External Connection (Part 3)

The video shows you how to configure external connection to an SDA fabric on Cisco DNAC. We will spend time configuring a fusion router device to BGP peer with a Border node for each VN. Appropriate route leaking will be performed to provide desired inter-VN connectivity. 
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RS0124 - SDA Fabric Inter-VRF and External Connection (Part 2)

The video shows you how to configure external connection to an SDA fabric on Cisco DNAC. We will spend time configuring a fusion router device to BGP peer with a Border node for each VN. Appropriate route leaking will be performed to provide desired inter-VN connectivity. 
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RS0124 - SDA Fabric Inter-VRF and External Connection (Part 1)

The video shows you how to configure external connection to an SDA fabric on Cisco DNAC. We will spend time configuring a fusion router device to BGP peer with a Border node for each VN. Appropriate route leaking will be performed to provide desired inter-VN connectivity. 
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RS0123 - SDA Fabric Virtual Network (Part 3)

The video shows you how to provision a SDA fabric on Cisco DNAC. We will add network devices to the fabric, assign fabric role, create Virtual Networks, and perform port assignment. You will get to see what underlying configuration is pushed from DNAC to support the fabric as well as packet analysis of LISP and VXLAN when two endpoint communicates.
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RS0123 - SDA Fabric Virtual Network (Part 2)

The video shows you how to provision a SDA fabric on Cisco DNAC. We will add network devices to the fabric, assign fabric role, create Virtual Networks, and perform port assignment. You will get to see what underlying configuration is pushed from DNAC to support the fabric as well as packet analysis of LISP and VXLAN when two endpoint communicates.
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RS0123 - SDA Fabric Virtual Network (Part 1)

The video shows you how to provision a SDA fabric on Cisco DNAC. We will add network devices to the fabric, assign fabric role, create Virtual Networks, and perform port assignment. You will get to see what underlying configuration is pushed from DNAC to support the fabric as well as packet analysis of LISP and VXLAN when two endpoint communicates.
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SEC0264 - FlexVPN with FVRF and IVRF (Part 3)

The video introduces you to the concept of Frontdoor and Inside VRF on Cisco FlexVPN. Using FVRF and IVRF, you will be able to isolate both tunnel termination interface and decapsulated tunneled traffic for enhanced security and simplified WAN routing. We will shows you two different way for assigning IVRF: statically and via RADIUS attribute. 
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SEC0264 - FlexVPN with FVRF and IVRF (Part 2)

The video introduces you to the concept of Frontdoor and Inside VRF on Cisco FlexVPN. Using FVRF and IVRF, you will be able to isolate both tunnel termination interface and decapsulated tunneled traffic for enhanced security and simplified WAN routing. We will shows you two different way for assigning IVRF: statically and via RADIUS attribute. 
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SEC0264 - FlexVPN with FVRF and IVRF (Part 1)

The video introduces you to the concept of Frontdoor and Inside VRF on Cisco FlexVPN. Using FVRF and IVRF, you will be able to isolate both tunnel termination interface and decapsulated tunneled traffic for enhanced security and simplified WAN routing. We will shows you two different way for assigning IVRF: statically and via RADIUS attribute. 
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