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Community Live event- Tenant Routed Multicast in VXLAN EVPN Fabric

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Community Live- Tenant Routed Multicast in VXLAN EVPN Fabric

(Live event - formerly known as Webcast-  Tuesday May 19, 2020 at 10 am Pacific/ 1 pm Eastern / 7 pm Paris)

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This event had place on Tuesday 19th, May 2020 at 10hrs PDT 

In this session you can learn the basics of Tenant Routed Multicast (TRM) in Virtual Extensible LAN (VXLAN) Ethernet VPN (EVPN) fabric and how it is implemented within Cisco NX-OS. In addition, this event also covers general aspects of VXLAN Fabric Tenant Routed Multicast implementation and its’ integration with existing Multicast Networks.


Agenda
  • Basic concepts of multicast
  • Traditional forwarding in VXLAN EVPN
  • TRM Control Plane Behavior (RP-Less)
  • TRM Packet Walk (RP-Less)
  • Where to look for drops

Featured Expert
aleksandrB.jpgAleksandr Blusenkov is a Technical Consulting Engineer for Cisco’s CX Center Data Center Routing Switching team (EMEAR). He has over 13 years of experience in the IT industry and vast knowledge in Nexus portfolio products and their integration in a customer environment. He joined Cisco in May 2011. He also has expertise in developing training focused on platforms and solutions troubleshooting. Aleksandr holds a master’s degree in telecommunications and a CCIE in Enterprise Infrastructure, and some Data Center certifications.

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This event is open to everyone, including students, instructors, Cisco customers and partners.
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