This HP ExpertOne book serves as both an exam preparation guide for the Deploying HP Enterprise Networks (HP0-Y36) Certification Exam, and as a valuable reference for implementing advanced switching and routing features required in enterprise-level networks. Not only does the book provide in-depth coverage of advanced technologies such as Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS), Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS), enterprise-level routing and multicast, and more, but it also provides guidelines for deploying these technologies effectively within large and complex, multivendor environments. Organized along the lines of the HP0-Y36 exam objectives, chapters can be studied independently or comprehensively when preparing for the HP Master Accredited Solutions Expert (MASE) – Network Infrastructure certification HP0-Y36 exam. Once you have passed the HP0-Y36 exam, this guide will continue to serve as a valuable reference to design, install, and maintain enterprise-level networks based on established core and backbone Layer 2 and Layer 3 technologies. When preparing for certification, this book is the ideal companion to the HP MASE Network Official Certification HP0-Y37 Exam Guide that covers everything you need to know for the HP Master ASE certification HP0-Y37 exam.
About the Author
Gregory Posey, Jr. is an HP Master Accredited Solutions Expert (MASE) 2011 Network Infrastructure, HP Accredited Solutions Expert (ASE), HP Accredited Integration Specialists (AIS) in Network Infrastructure, Cisco Certified Internetwork Engineer (CCIE) #7981 Routing & Switching, CCIE–Security, HP Certified Instructor (HPCI), and Cisco Certified Systems Instructor (CCSI). He also holds an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. He was the lead courseware developer for the Troubleshooting HP Networks, rev 10.41 course, as well as the MASE level Troubleshooting HP Enterprise Networks, rev 11.11 course.
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