CCIPFM - IP Foundation for Broadcast Engineers


The IP Foundation for Broadcast Engineers (CCIPFM) v1.0 course introduces you to IP networking and the Cisco® IP Fabric for Media (IPFM) solution. The course is designed for broadcast engineers who will use IP technologies to replace Serial Digital Interface (SDI)-based deployments. No prior IP networking knowledge is required. You will learn the basic principles of IP technologies, including Ethernet functions and standards, IP, the TCP/IP stack, and other technologies used in modern networks. You will also learn about Cisco IPFM deployment, operation, and troubleshooting.

The course also covers the Cisco Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) Media Controller, a core component of the Cisco IPFM solution. Lab exercises focus on how to configure basic IP functionality on switches and servers, how to build IP fabric as a baseline for a complete IPFM solution, and how to deploy and troubleshoot the DCNM Media Controller to control flows through the fabric.

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This course is designed for broadcast engineers.


After taking this course, you should be able to:

Describe Ethernet communication functions and standards
Describe the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) and TCP/IP models
Describe IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
Describe TCP and User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
Explain packet delivery between end hosts
Explain the port channel features on Cisco Nexus® switches
Describe basic routing functionalities
Understand IP multicast technologies
Describe the overall IPFM solution
Understand initial sizing and capacity
Understand how Non-Blocking Multicast (NBM) and multicast function in IPFM
Understand and verify Precision Time Protocol (PTP) clocking
Describe the DCNM Media Controller
Demonstrate the DCNM Media Controller configuration and verification
Explain how to deploy the IPFM solution in a high-availability manner
Use the DCNM Media Controller to monitor fabric and to troubleshoot basic connectivity and performance issues
Understand the approach and basic steps involved in responding to alarms and other notifications

Pré Requisitos

We recommend but do not require that you have the following knowledge and skills before taking this class:

Understanding of broadcast industry requirements and standardization
Use of basic Linux commands

Conteúdo Programatico

Describing Ethernet Functions and Standards

Describing the OSI and TCP/IP Models

Describing IP Routing

Introducing IP Multicast

Introducing Cisco IP Fabric for Media

Building Cisco IP Fabric for Media

Cisco IPFM Operations, Administration, and Management

Orchestrating Flows with DCNM Media Controller

Cisco IPFM Scalability and Availability

Monitoring and Troubleshooting Cisco IPFM Operation

Lab outline

Configure VLANs and Trunks
Configure Multilayer Switching and IP Addressing
Configure OSPF
Multicast on Cisco Nexus Switches
Implement IPFM Without DCNM Media Controller
Administer and Maintain the IPFM
Orchestrate Flows with Cisco DCNM Media Controller
Orchestrate Flows in Highly Available IPFM
Monitor and Troubleshoot Cisco IPFM Operation