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Webcast: Introduction to VXLAN EVPN


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The main focus of this session is to provide a better understanding of how Virtual Extensible LAN (VXLAN) / VXLAN Ethernet Virtual Private Network (EVPN) works and the best practices to deploy a Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) EVPN fabric. Data centers are complicated to manage and troubleshoot, particularly when they are related to VXLAN. Nevertheless, after BGP implementation for VXLAN emerged, the use of BGP EVPN for deployment and manageability has become much simpler. The Cisco Nexus 9000 has the capability to deploy VXLAN fabric with BGP EVPN. This event includes a live demonstration of this solution. 



  • VXLAN overview
    • Flood-and-Learn
    • Ingress replication
  • VXLAN EVPN overview
  • Configuration
  • Demonstration


Featured Speaker

VinitJain_low.jpgVinit Jain is a technical leader with the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) and provides escalation support in areas of routing and data center technologies. He is an author of the Cisco Press titles “Troubleshooting BGP” and “Troubleshooting Cisco Nexus Switches and NX-OS”, and also for the Live lesson video series “BGP Troubleshooting”. Vinit is a distinguished speaker at various networking forums, which include global Cisco Live events on various topics. Before he joined Cisco, Vinit worked as a CCIE trainer and a network consultant. In addition to his CCIEs (No. 22854), he holds multiple certifications on programming and databases. Vinit has obtained a Bachelor of Mathematics degree and a Master’s degree in Information Technology in India. 


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