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DC0028 - ACI VMM with AVS (Part 3)

The video walks you through a process of installing and configuring Application Virtual Switch (AVS) in Cisco ACI. We will prep the configuration on ACI before proceeding to AVS installation using Cisco VUM. You will get to see similarities and differences compared to VMware DVS with VMM integration, while we also highlight some of the advantages of AVS.
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DC0028 - ACI VMM with AVS (Part 2)

The video walks you through a process of installing and configuring Application Virtual Switch (AVS) in Cisco ACI. We will prep the configuration on ACI before proceeding to AVS installation using Cisco VUM. You will get to see similarities and differences compared to VMware DVS with VMM integration, while we also highlight some of the advantages of AVS.
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DC0028 - ACI VMM with AVS (Part 1)

The video walks you through a process of installing and configuring Application Virtual Switch (AVS) in Cisco ACI. We will prep the configuration on ACI before proceeding to AVS installation using Cisco VUM. You will get to see similarities and differences compared to VMware DVS with VMM integration, while we also highlight some of the advantages of AVS.
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DC0026 - ACI VMM with VMware DVS (Part 2)

The video shows how to configure VMM integration on Cisco ACI. VMM integration allows for a tighter collaboration between ACI and a virtual machine environment by allowing ACI to push EPG in a form of port-group to vCenter. This will be demonstrated with our WEB and APP EPG, and validated with vMontion at the end of the lab.
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DC0026 - ACI VMM with VMware DVS (Part 1)

The video shows how to configure VMM integration on Cisco ACI. VMM integration allows for a tighter collaboration between ACI and a virtual machine environment by allowing ACI to push EPG in a form of port-group to vCenter. This will be demonstrated with our WEB and APP EPG, and validated with vMontion at the end of the lab.
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DC0014 - ACI L2Out (Part 3)

The video shows two methods to extend L2 subnets and broadcast domains from Cisco ACI to an external network namely EPG Extension and Extended Bridged Network (L2OUT). We will looks at both scenarios of having a subnet default gateway in ACI and an external network. At the end of the lab, we will demonstrate a server migration from the external network into ACI using the L2 extension we created.
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DC0014 - ACI L2Out (Part 2)

The video shows two methods to extend L2 subnets and broadcast domains from Cisco ACI to an external network namely EPG Extension and Extended Bridged Network (L2OUT). We will looks at both scenarios of having a subnet default gateway in ACI and an external network. At the end of the lab, we will demonstrate a server migration from the external network into ACI using the L2 extension we created.
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DC0014 - ACI L2Out (Part 1)

The video shows two methods to extend L2 subnets and broadcast domains from Cisco ACI to an external network namely EPG Extension and Extended Bridged Network (L2OUT). We will looks at both scenarios of having a subnet default gateway in ACI and an external network. At the end of the lab, we will demonstrate a server migration from the external network into ACI using the L2 extension we created.
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WL0027 - WLC Local Device Profiling and Policies (Part 3)

The videos demonstrates the use of Local Profiling and Local Policy features on Cisco Wireless LAN Controller to provide granular control of network access to wireless devices. We will first look at how device profiling works and then leverage this information in access policy. We will extend our policy conditions to user AD group via RADIUS role attribute and location in order to enforce differentiate level of access.
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WL0027 - WLC Local Device Profiling and Policies (Part 2)

The videos demonstrates the use of Local Profiling and Local Policy features on Cisco Wireless LAN Controller to provide granular control of network access to wireless devices. We will first look at how device profiling works and then leverage this information in access policy. We will extend our policy conditions to user AD group via RADIUS role attribute and location in order to enforce differentiate level of access.
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