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ECS Extreme Management Center XMC - EMGMT-1


Virtual ILT

Language: English

GMT UTC+00:00

Start date:14 Nov 2022 09:00
End date:17 Nov 2022 17:00
Duration:4 days

$ 2,600

Extreme Networks

ECS Extreme Management Center XMC - EMGMT-1


Virtual ILT

Language: French

CET UTC+01:00

Start date:21 Nov 2022 09:30
End date:24 Nov 2022 17:30
Duration:4 days

$ 3,200

Extreme Networks

ECS Extreme Management Center XMC - EMGMT-1


Virtual ILT

Language: Spanish

CET UTC+01:00

Start date:22 Nov 2022 09:00
End date:24 Nov 2022 17:00
Duration:3 days

$ 1,950


Students will be introduced to Network Management and Visibility using the Extreme Networks Management tool, Extreme Management Center, for managing network devices. Using the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) Network Management Model (NMM), students have these concepts reinforced with a hands-on lab experience working with a pre-configured network. Students will perform real world tasks around the areas of configuration, fault, performance, accounting, and security management functions.

Students should possess an understanding of network fundamentals, and general network management concepts, as well as network security concepts and technologies. In addition, Extreme Networks recommends the following course prior to enrolling in the Extreme Management Center Boot Camp course: Extreme Switching and Routing Boot Camp and/or Campus Fabric Switching and Routing or Acces Wireless

Upon completion of this course, students will have gained the working knowledge to successfully configure and manage their wired and wireless network environment as well as take the Extreme Management Center Specialist certification exam in order to achieve the ECS-EMC certification.


  • Extreme Management Center (XMC) Server requirements and licensing
  • XMC Client Server architecture
  • Accessing and navigating XMC including help and search tools
  • Application categorisation within XMC
  • Administration

  • Managing user’s authorization within XMC using groups
  • Administrative options to customize and define XMCs operational environment
  • Administration tools for basic tasks including performing backups, determining
  • XMC system resource utilization, and diagnostics

  • XMC licensing management
  • Configuration Management

  • Mechanisms and protocols used by XMC
  • Automatic discovery of devices and using site templates and scripts
  • Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP) to automate configuration
  • Manually add devices and change polling parameters
  • Utilizing device group categories and port/element groups
  • Management Tools
  • MIBs to manage devices
  • Pre-configured FlexViews to customize and create your own
  • FlexViews

  • Use scripts to deploy immediately or via scheduling
  • Maps

  • Wired and wireless network maps
  • Network details identifying MLAG, EAPS etc. configuration
  • Wireless network maps to determine:
  • Signal strength using Heat maps
  • 2.4 or 5 Gig coverage
  • Client Data Rates

  • Inventory Management

  • Upload device firmware and upgrade devices
  • Backup and upload network device configurations
  • Compare Device Configurations
  • Manage device inventory within XMC using asset tracking,
  • inventory events and reports

    Accounting Management

  • Device and interface statistics collection
  • Network interrogation to see:
  • Number of flows for each application
  • Are they a threat to your network
  • Application Analytics and application response time and
  • network response time

  • Reports for network and performance
  • Application Analytics

  • Extreme Application Analytics Deployment model
  • and configuration

  • Interface deployment modes for collecting data
  • Best Practices for Port Mirroring, GRE tunnels and Traffic
  • Domains.

  • Integration of XMC, Analytics, Extreme Control and Wireless
  • features to provide network utilization and client details

    Fault Management

  • Maps to locate devices, clients, threats
  • Compass as a search tool
  • PortView
  • FlexViews
  • Device and system alarms
  • Performance Management

  • Alarms and thresholds for system and network devices
  • Response times of Applications
  • For the application or for individual clients
  • Different flows
  • Reporting

  • Customizing your Dashboard
  • Pre-defined reports and creating custom reports
  • Report Designer for report scheduling
  • Scheduler to run reports and scripts
  • Applications and Flows to control traffic
  • Security Management

  • Policy Enabled Networks
  • What Policy is
  • Role based networks
  • Policy and QoS configuration using XMC
  • Domains
  • Save and import Policy domains
  • Traffic mirroring with Policy
  • Wireshark with Policy
  • Deploying policy via single or multiple domains
  • Network monitoring for rule hits using XMC
  • End-System Visibility

  • Managing end user network access with Extreme
  • Access Control

  • Authentication types supported
  • Managing and tracking end users on the network
  • Managing devices through Policy or RFC3580
  • Refine network access using rules and profiles
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