This book focuses on helping you to prepare for the Migrating & Troubleshooting Enterprise Networks (HP0-Y37) exam. To pass the exam, you will need to demonstrate that you can troubleshoot complex, enterprise-level network solutions based on HP A-Series products and open-standard technologies. In addition to assessing your general troubleshooting skills, the exam verifies that you can implement complex Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) solutions, and HP’s Rapid Ring Protection Protocol (RRPP). You will also need sufficient experience with Cisco proprietary protocols to understand how those protocols interact with open-standard protocols and to follow best practices to migrate those protocols to their open-standard equivalents.
About the Author
Gregory Posey, Jr. is certified in HP Master ASE Network Infrastructure, HP Accredited System Engineers (ASE), HP Accredited Integration Specialists (AIS) in Network Infrastructure, CCIE #7981 Routing & Switching, CCIE–Security, M.S EE, HPCI, and CCSI. 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.
Jean Maurice Merel is an HP Master Accredited System Engineers (MASE) 2011, HP Accredited System Engineers (ASE) and HP Accredited Integration Specialists (AIS) in Network Infrastructure and Cisco Certified Internetwork Engineers (CCIE). He has worked as a network engineer, consultant, systems engineer, HP Certified Instructor (HPCI), Cisco instructor (CCSI), and course developer. He was the lead courseware developer for the HP Networking Interoperability, rev 10.41 course, as well as the MASE level Migration to an Open Standards Network, rev 11.11 course.
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